Letters et cetera
Readers respond to past issues of Arts & Sciences magazine.
Computer science for College students
Arts & Sciences undergraduates now can pursue an interdisciplinary bachelor of arts degree in computer science.
With an important funding goal met, plans move toward the construction phase.
Digital resources bring history to the computer screen.
John Grant combines technology with the everyday gifts of nature to make magical images.
Just-graduated ’Hoos return to high school to help increase the number of Virginians heading to higher education.
What Robin Krimm thought was an identity-theft ploy turned out to be something else altogether.
Lost in translation?
Not if Julian Connolly has anything to say about it.
Education is a mainstay in Jessie Woolley-Wilson’s life.
To commission artwork for federal buildings, Jennifer Gibson begins at the beginning.