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The Fund's trustees (pictured) chose the Equity Center this year due to their work in supporting COVID-19 relief efforts.
New column by Deliberative Media Lab Director Siva Vaidhyanathan in Wired.
Miller Center CEO and Director William Antholis and UVA student Emma Murphy co-authored an essay on U.S.-China relations for Democracy: A Journal of Ideas.
Just more than 200 years ago, three U.S. presidents gathered to lay the cornerstone for the University of Virginia, a place they hoped would educate the future leaders of their fledgling democracy.
$2.95 million to support the Democracy Initiative, an interdisciplinary teaching, research and engagement effort announced last year to bring together a diverse range of scholars, government leaders and practitioners.
Politics professor Todd Sechser and media studies professor Siva Vaidhyanathan will direct the two newest labs for interdisciplinary research sponsored by the University of Virginia’s Democracy Initiative.