Sixteen public health professors are urging a D.C. court to overturn a federal initiative allowing states to impose work requirements on Medicaid users.
The Office of the Vice President for Research will transition to an electronic research compliance system.
Health care providers across the country can now receive counsel from faculty about how to offer medical guidance to LGBTQ cancer patients.
Part-time mental health care will soon expand to the Virginia Science and Technology Campus following a lobbying effort by nursing school faculty and students.
A proposed bill would require the University president to review all reported sexual misconduct claims involving employees.
The University began a pilot program earlier this month to send food trucks to the Virginia Science and Technology Campus.
International students say University-run Title IX trainings don’t go far enough in helping them overcome language and cultural barriers.
Officials said the work will create a common space for nursing students to gather – giving the isolated campus a greater sense of community.
While the campus benefits from its location, officials say developing a clear mission for the campus has proven to be a vexing task.
Greek councils are holding 19 “new member days” over the course of the fall semester, designed to teach potential new members about the community.