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FEATURED STORY |September 19, 2017

Preserving Life On a Sandbar

Fighting coastal erosion is one of many sustainability efforts conducted by University of Virginia researchers with the Virginia Coast Reserve Long Term Ecological Research program on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. Capitalizing on UVA’s strong environmental sciences research and sustainability programs, the University this year established a multi-disciplinary Environmental Resilience Institute, directed by environmental scientist Karen McGlathery.

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    With the $5 million of funding from IES, Pianta and his team will conduct a school division-wide study of the policies and practices that support learning in PK-3 classes. Their research will take place in the Fairfax County Public School (FCPS) division.

  • January 20, 2016

    The Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) at the University of Virginia initiated the first Leadership Academy last week, as part of the VPI+ Initiative.

  • November 11, 2015

    For two days, members of the Virginia House of Delegates joined state and national education experts to discuss a variety of education topics such as early childhood education, higher education, public charter schools, educational leadership.

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Natural Resources

  • February 15, 2017

    University of Virginia faculty members are helping Virginia’s coastal communities rise to the challenge of encroaching seas – especially in heavily populated areas. The Hampton Roads region faces some of the highest sea-level rise rates in the world.

  • February 07, 2017

    Before the 1990s, the rusty-patched bumblebee could be found in 28 states throughout the Midwest and the New England region. Then, it vanished mysteriously.

  • August 29, 2016

    Citizens living in the Chesapeake Bay watershed who want to live and eat healthy while helping the health of the bay now have a handy online tool with which to better understand how individual lifestyle decisions cascade into the environment.

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