The University of Virginia announced Monday that Kenyon Bonner, vice provost for student affairs at the University of Pittsburgh, has been appointed as vice president and chief student affairs officer.
The University of Virginia announced on Wednesday the appointment of Kelly P. Doney to serve as its next vice president and chief information officer.
Christa Davis Acampora joined the University of Virginia on Sept. 1 as the new dean of the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences.
Acampora, a Virginia native, comes to UVA from Emory University in Atlanta, where she served as deputy provost and professor of philosophy. Prior to Emory, she was a full professor at Hunter College and the City University of New York’s Graduate Center and served as Hunter’s associate provost for faculty affairs and research.
Marianne Baernholdt returned to the University of Virginia’s School of Nursing to take the dean’s reins on Aug. 1, but has been a leader from her earliest nursing days.
Like many children growing up in the 1960s, Richard Chylla was fascinated by the United States space program and dreamed of becoming an astronaut.
Chylla never did, but his love for everything that landing on the moon signified – science, exploration, pushing boundaries – stayed with him throughout high school and college, and even into his professional career.
Protecting basic research and the federal policies that enable it to flourish at universities like UVA is a driving force for Julia Smith.
Richard Chylla, Ph.D., of Michigan State University Named Executive Director of the University of Virginia Licensing & Ventures GroupJanuary 4, 2022
Richard Chylla, Ph.D., Executive Director of Michigan State University Technologies, has been named Executive Director of the University of Virginia Licensing & Ventures Group (UVA LVG) effective January 24, 2022.
Designed to highlight the inner workings of UVA, this week’s episode is a first, in that it features an alumna. Previous episodes have featured members of Ryan’s administration and the student chair of the Honor Committee.
The newest episode of “Inside UVA,” the podcast hosted by the president of University of Virginia, dives into one of the University’s most revered traditions: the honor code.
“We provide and care for dining, facilities [management,] safety, security, paychecks … We really are the operational support to the teaching, research and patient care mission” of the University, Davis said in the fifth episode of President Jim Ryan’s podcast, “Inside UVA.”
In the third episode of his podcast, “Inside UVA,” University of Virginia President Jim Ryan hosts Liz Magill, the school’s first female provost, who breaks down what it’s like to be UVA’s chief academic officer and how exercising helps her manage the busiest of schedules.
In the second episode of “Inside UVA,” a new podcast hosted by UVA President Jim Ryan, Hadley described the “magical” and sometimes terrifying experience of going to college and her abiding passion for “helping young people.”
“My hope is that listeners will have a better understanding of how UVA works and a deeper appreciation of the remarkably talented and dedicated people who make UVA the institution it is.”