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Matera

  Naples, Pompeii, Sicily, the Amalfi Coast–all familiar names in culturally rich Southern Italy. But Matera? This city of pale gold limestone, once dubbed “the shame of Italy,” is now energized with new life. David T. Gies, Commonwealth Professor of Spanish Emeritus, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Virginia, […]

UVA Foundation–Serving the University’s Needs

The University of Virginia‘s evolving landscape of new buildings and green spaces depends on the availability of real estate beyond central Grounds. Tim Rose, Chief Executive Officer of the University of Virginia Foundation, explains how the Foundation’s acquisitions and gifts have helped to further the University’s mission.   UVA Foundation—Serving the University’s Needs With the […]

Trees on the Lawn

  June in Charlottesville brings a sense of quiet beauty, with spring rains transitioning to verdant summer foliage. Helen A. Wilson, Senior Landscape Architect at the University of Virginia, offers a look at the trees that grace the Grounds in her article “Trees on the Lawn.” Ms. Wilson holds a BS in Architecture and a Master […]