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Never Too Old for Medical School

“We don’t care where you start. We care where you finish.” UVA’s Post Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program’s motto welcomes students pursuing medical careers via non-traditional paths. Susan Salko is the director, Jillian Golaszewski is the assistant director, and Dr. Robert Powers is a lecturer and medical advisor of this one-year program in the School of Continuing […]

Students Are Making Their Mental Health a Priority–and That’s a Good Thing

“Over the past several years, college students seem to be emerging from the shadows of past generations’ stigma regarding mental illness,” reports Nicole Ruzek of UVA’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). Ruzek is the director of CAPS in the Department of Student Health and Wellness at the University of Virginia. She recently hosted “Meditation on […]

My Students Today

Herbert “Tico” Braun, an associate professor in the Corcoran Department of History, teaches an Engagements course on the individual and society in the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences’ New Curriculum at the University of Virginia. In Fall 2019 he will serve as the director of Valencia First, UVA’s new study abroad immersion […]