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COVID’s Silver Lining for American Families

The trials and tribulations of the pandemic have given many of us hopes for a stronger family future, according to two University of Virginia researchers. Bradford Wilcox is a professor in the Department of Sociology in the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and director of UVA’s National Marriage Project. Victoria Spiotto is […]

The Project on Lived Theology: Walking the Walk

Theology matters in advancing a more just and compassionate world, suggests Charles Marsh and Kim Curtis of the Project on Lived Theology at the University of Virginia. Marsh is a professor in the Department of Religious Studies in the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and director of the Project on Lived Theology. […]

Corvidae Madrigal

April is National Poetry Month, and Lifetime Learning is pleased to celebrate the talents of UVA faculty. Enjoy our April poetry series! Lisa Russ Spaar is a professor and director of Creative Writing and director of the Area Program in Poetry Writing in the Department of English in the College and Graduate School of Arts […]

Last In Person One Year Ago

April is National Poetry Month, and Lifetime Learning is pleased to celebrate the talents of UVA faculty. Enjoy our April poetry series! Stephen Cushman is the Robert C. Taylor Professor of English in the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at the University of Virginia. His poetry collections include Hothead: A Poem, The […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Food and Justice in Virginia

One week after the inauguration of President Joe Biden, Lifetime Learning, in partnership with Morven Farm, hosted the program “Food and Justice in Virginia“ as part of the 2021 Community MLK Celebration. The panel addressed several of the many dimensions of food justice, including questions of food access, treatment of agricultural workers, and the continuing […]