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RECENT NEWS

Costa to appear on With Good Reason in February

Professor Tom Costa will appear on With Good Reason to discuss his research on advertisements for runaway slaves.

Forgiveness and Affirmation Project begins at UVa-Wise

Jimson Weed accepting submissions for spring 2015 issue

By Dalena Adams

Jimson Weed, UVa-Wise’s bi-annual editorial journal, is now accepting submissions for its spring 2015 edition. All submissions are due by Feb. 16 and can be sent to Damean Mathews at dm7dm@uvawise.edu, Gillian Huang-Tiller at gch7u@uvawise.edu or by dropping them off at the Jimson Weed office located on the third floor of the C. Bascom Slemp Student Center or in Zehmer 131.

UVa-Wise student investigates potential of copper use for medicinal purposes

Kelsey Webb
Kelsey Webb

Sophomore chemistry major Kelsey Webb spent weeks at The University of Virginia’s College at Wise working through research and testing the properties of copper before concluding that her research did not su

Three UVa-Wise students recall Richmond visit

 

Office of Chancellor to sponsor Symphony of the Mountains Chamber Ensemble concert

The Symphony of the Mountains Chamber Ensemble will perform in the Chapel of All Faiths at 6 p.m. on Feb 22 in a concert sponsored by the Office of the Chancellor.

Three UVa-Wise artists featured at William King Museum of Art

UVa-Wise artists Eric Smith, Ray Stratton and Misty Stratton are among several artists featured in an upcoming exhibit at the William King Mustum of Art in Abingdon.
 
Called "Mapping the Cosmos: Jan Hurt and a Constellation of Artists," the multi-media exhibition includes more than two dozen artists from the region.The exhibit begins on Feb. 5.
 
For more information, visit the museum website at

UVa-Wise to celebrate Black History Month

UVa-Wise student documents rich multi-cultural Appalachian history

Evan Couch
Evan Couch

After looking through the John Cook Wyllie Library Special Collections and Archives, Evan Couch, a senior history major at The University of Virginia’s College at Wise, decided to research the multi-cultural past of Appalachian coal camp w

Scouts to fly quadcopter drones in first-ever indoor drone flight competition

The buzz of a hundred micro-drones will fill the air at the University of Virginia's College at Wise Convocation Center on Saturday, February 21st beginning at 9 AM as the first of its kind flight competition is held among participating Girl and Boy Scouts and other youth from throughout Southwestern Virginia and East Tennessee to measure the "Top Guns."