The report calls for increased representation of both faculty and the academic programs the University offers focused on Asian/Asian Pacific Americans.
Aug. 11 rally organizer Richard Spencer, among others, will not be allowed on Grounds for the next four years.
During a Title IX flash seminar — a one-time “mini-class” organized by students and faculty — University officials discussed the process behind Title IX complaints.
The proposed policies focus on improving admissions efforts and institutional, academic and financial support for Hispanic and Latinx students.
“I see a community that opens wide the door to opportunity for first-generation, low- and middle-income students,” University President Jim Ryan said while outlining the policy.
University President Jim Ryan will be inaugurated Friday as U.Va.'s ninth president, with a number of events planned throughout the weekend.
The letter includes calls for increased Hispanic/Latinx representation among faculty and expanded support staff in Multicultural Student Services.
U.Va.’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors is objecting to the reappointment of the School of Law Prof. Mimi Riley as the non-voting faculty member of the University’s Board of Visitors, the group said in a press release Tuesday.
After recent off-Grounds crimes did not result in the issuance of timely warnings or community alerts, some students are asking what warrants a notification.
At its Tuesday meeting, Student Council heard an overview of the University’s $1.8 billion budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year.
This gift from Chris and Carrie Shumway — graduates of the Commerce School — will progress collaboration efforts between the McIntire School of Commerce and the University’s School of Medicine.
The event featured a presentation by designers working on the Memorial to Enslaved Laborers.
Renovations will take away shelving space from the interior of Alderman stacks, but there is disagreement as to the quantity.
Student Council, University Democrats and College Republicans have been pushing for no exams — and eventually, classes — on Election Day.
Ryan outlined his priorities in an interview with The Cavalier Daily earlier this month.
The new degree programs remain subject to approval by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia.
Former University administrator Betsy Ackerson filed the lawsuit in February 2017.