Lifetime Learning

Enriches the intellectual life of UVA's alumni, parents and friends through faculty lectures and online resources. Contact Us.

Upcoming Lifetime Learning Programs

The Origin of Almost Everything

September 28, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

McCormick Observatory

Register Now (SOLD OUT wait list available)

with Astronomy Faculty Find Out More >

UVA Engineering: Accelerating Discovery in UVA’s Third Century

October 13, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Alumni Hall, Ballroom (see rain site info)

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with School of Engineering panelists Find Out More >

Children’s Memories of Previous Lives

October 27, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Alumni Hall, Ballroom (see rain site info)

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with Jim Tucker Find Out More >

Landscape of College Athletics

November 10, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Alumni Hall, Ballroom (see rain site info)

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with Carla Williams Find Out More >

Lifetime Learning Programs

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This lecture series presents notable faculty members in thought- provoking talks, seminars, workshops and forums in an effort to share the University’s vast knowledge with the entire community.

reunions

A unique educational experience during Reunions Weekend in Charlottesville. Selected seminars are free and open to the public.

On the mornings of home football games, hear some of UVA’s top minds. Lifetime Learning partners with the Alumni Association in offering these faculty lectures. All talks are free, open to all and held at 10 am in Alumni Hall.

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One-Day UVA is a day-long, in-depth learning experience designed to educate, provoke thought and encourage dialogue among its audiences. This program brings together experts, knowledgeable leaders and others who are passionate about the particular topic.

oxford

In a continuation of UVA’s long-standing relationship with Oxford University, Lifetime Learning offers a week-long educational adventure.

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A vibrant academic program that reflects on Thomas Jefferson’s ideals and life stories. Held on Grounds in Charlottesville.

Thomas Jefferson called Paris home for five years. There he explored its culture, architecture, art, theater, bookstores, foods, wines, language and much more.  Join the Jefferson in Paris Seminar where you will learn about Jefferson’s Paris—the museums, statues, culture, history and much more.