Lecture: Geoffrey Skelley, "Gerrymandering Virginia: The Past, Present, and Future of Redistricting in the Old Dominion"
Hear lecturer Geoffrey Skelley speak on the past, present, and future of Gerrymandering in Virginia.
Enjoy happy hour in the sky at the Commonwealth SkyBar.
Join us to hear our very own Don Detmer, Professor Emeritus and Professor of Medical Education, explore the possibilities of an ever evolving technology and its impact on healthcare as we know it.
Bicentennial Lecture Series: Caroline E. Janney presents, "Wahoos in Blue & Gray: The University of Virginia During the Civil War”
We are pleased to host Caroline E. Janney as she presents an introductory lecture to a five-part series that will examine the University of Virginia within the context of the Civil War. RVSP required.
We are pleased and proud to host a tour featuring the Fralin Museum of Art’s exhibit, Unexpected O’Keeffe: The Virginia Watercolors and Later Paintings led by Art Director Matthew McLendon, Professor with the McIntire Department of Art Elizabeth Hutton Turner, and Research Assistant Johnathan Chance. Join us for an opportunity to explore the masterful watercolors created by O’Keeffe during her time at the University of Virginia.
BICENTENNIAL LECTURE: Leslie Greene Bowman presents, “Women in Jefferson's retirement: Martha Jefferson and her aunt, Sally Hemmings”
We are pleased and proud to host the President of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Leslie Greene Bowman in the culminating Bicentennial Lecture for 2018.
Bicentennial Lecture & Exhibit Tour: Richard Guy Wilson presents "From the Grounds Up: Thomas Jefferson’s Architecture & Design"
Members are invited to the opening of the new University Bicentennial Exhibition curated by our very own Richard Guy Wilson at the Fralin Museum of Art. The reception will take place on Thursday, January 25th, 2018 from 6-8pm. If you cannot attend the opening, we encourage you to stop by and tour before the exhibit’s conclusion on April 21th, 2018.
More information on the exhibit can be found on the Fralin Art Museum’s website here.