Thank you to all those who attended the Class of 1963, Class of 1958, Class of 1953 and Thomas Jefferson Society Reunion!
The reunion was a great success, with over 550 in attendance. Wonderful speakers, local excursions and tours, athletic outings and social events filled the days back on Grounds. The Thomas Jefferson Society welcomed the Class of 1963 into the Society and looks forward to celebrating this wonderful event with the class each year.
Please Save-The-Date for next year’s reunion on Monday-Wednesday, May 12-14, 2014!
Listen to Our Speakers
Larry Sabato and His Crystal Ball
Listen to the wit and insight that only politics professor Larry Sabato (Col ’74) can provide. Sabato is the founder of the U.Va. Center for Politics, which is dedicated to the proposition that government works better when politics works better, and the author of more than 20 books on the American political process.
Sabato spoke at the Aquatics & Fitness Center during Reunions Weekend 2013.
James Madison: The Untold Story
Fourth president of the United States, “Father of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights,” author of more than a third of the Federalist Papers and the second rector of the University of Virginia after Thomas Jefferson, James Madison was among the most significant thinkers and writers of our Founding Fathers. Listen as Coy Barefoot takes us on an unforgettable journey into the life of Mr. Madison.
The Role of Ethics in Modern Medicine
Professor Jim Childress, John Allen Hollingsworth Professor of Ethics and Professor of Medical Education, discusses how our ethics affect us in this modern age, particularly in the field of medicine.
Wireless body sensor networks have emerged in recent years to address a significant and persistent challenge in health care and the continuous, non-invasive collection of high-quality patient data allows for personalized health care. John Lach, professor and chair of the Charles L. Brown Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, discusses how these sensors have been engineered to answer some of the biggest questions in the health care industry and how the information gathered from the devices can enhance patient care.