Charlottesville photojournalist and University of Virginia employee Ézé Amos was among the hundreds of community members who experienced firsthand the trauma and chaos of the deadly Unite the Right
The Walter N. Ridley Scholarship Program, committed to strengthening the University of Virginia by attracting and supporting the nation’s most meritorious Black students, has awarded full scholarships
Men and Women of Color, Honor, and Ambition, or MOCHA/WOCHA, as the program is more commonly referred to, is the brainchild of Kevin McDonald, Vice President for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and
by Gary Nimax, Assistant Vice President for Compliance; Chair, LGBT Committee
As someone who has been part of the UVA community for many years, I'm honored to talk about the strides we've made at
The Equity Center is proud to welcome a new class of changemakers to the Center’s Community Fellows program.
“For UVA to continue being a good partner in the Charlottesville community, it is
May 17, 2022 — The University of Virginia Division for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion condemns the recent anti-Black violence in Buffalo, NY. Our hearts and thoughts are with the grieving families