Chocolate

April is National Poetry Month, and Lifetime Learning is pleased to celebrate the talents of UVA faculty. Enjoy our April poetry series! Rita Dove is the Henry Hoyns Professor of Creative Writing in the Department of English in the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at the University of Virginia. She is a […]

Words Heal

April is National Poetry Month, and Lifetime Learning is pleased to celebrate the talents of UVA faculty. Enjoy our April poetry series! Dr. Daniel Becker is a professor emeritus of general medicine in the School of Medicine at the University of Virginia. His “un-retirement” has included support of COVID-19 management at UVA. Dr. Becker’s 2020 […]

Inland Sea

April is National Poetry Month, and Lifetime Learning is pleased to celebrate the talents of UVA faculty. Enjoy our April poetry series! Debra Nystrom is a professor in the Department of English‘s Creative Writing Program in the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at the University of Virginia. Her poetry collections include Night […]

It Is OK Not to Feel OK

“We make the situation worse when we punish ourselves for feeling sad or anxious or angry,” says Bethany Teachman of how we have managed our emotions during the past year. Teachman is a professor, the director of clinical training, and the director of the Program for Anxiety, Cognition, and Treatment (PACT) in the Department of […]

End-of-Life Care in Latino Communities

End-of-life and palliative care can be problematic in communities that lack well-established networks or easily accessible health resources. Lee Ann Johnson shares a study that addresses health care disparities that can lead to unnecessary suffering in emerging Latino populations. Johnson is an assistant professor in the Acute & Specialty Care department in the School of […]

Discover the Secret Music of Glaciers With Matthew Burtner

The intricate song of glaciers generates “a rich complex of interwoven voices” that can “affect us emotionally,” says Matthew Burtner, composer and eco-acoustician. Burtner is the Eleanor Shea Professor of Music in the McIntire Department of Music in the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and co-director of the Coastal Futures Conservatory at […]

Montane Wonders in a Land of Change: The Canadian Rockies

Gazing at the dramatic views of the Canadian Rockies is a study of Earth’s response to climate change. Follow H.H. “Hank” Shugart as he shares his trip photos and describes his 2018 Alumni and Parent Travel adventure through the eyes of a scientist. Shugart is the W.W. Corcoran Professor of Natural History (Emeritus) in the […]

J-Term: Slavery as a Sociotechnical System

Students in Kathryn Neeley’s January Term, or J-Term, course studied historical narratives about slavery to understand its evolution, legacy effects, and relevance today. Neeley is an associate professor in the Science, Technology & Society Program in the School of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Virginia. Lifetime Learning is pleased to share a […]

Landscapes of Iceland

Ready for an adventure? Marvel at the magnificence of Iceland with Howard E. Epstein, professor and chair of the Department of Environmental Sciences at the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at the University of Virginia. Epstein and a group of alumni and friends traversed rocky coasts and lava fields with UVA’s Alumni & […]

J-Term: Economic Sanctions and Foreign Policy

Students used their advocacy and negotiation skills to understand key lessons of Andrew Hayashi’s January Term, or J-Term, course on the use of economic power to pursue foreign policy goals. Hayashi is the Class of 1948 Professor of Scholarly Research in Law and director, Virginia Center for Tax Law at the University of Virginia‘s School […]