Why Virginia?

The University offers graduate and first-professional degrees through ten of its 11 schools. Of the 21,000 students enrolled at the University, over 6,500 are students in a graduate or first-professional (law and medicine) degree program. UVa offers 81 master’s degrees in 65 fields, 53 doctoral degrees in 55 fields, six education specialist degrees, and first-professional degrees in law and medicine. UVa is one of the top universities in the nation, ranked twenty-fourth overall - and second among public institutions - by U.S.

Graduate Studies at U.Va.

Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Programs in the Office of the Vice President for Research is dedicated to creating a University-wide focus on graduate education and postdoctoral training by establishing good communication and working relationships with graduate schools, departments, and graduate students. We collaborate on efforts to develop intellectually-stimulating environments for research, teaching, and service and to recruit, mentor, retain, and graduate a talented and diverse community of graduate students.

Environmental Resilience Fellowships

Graduate Environmental Resilience Fellowships

Sponsored by the Jefferson Trust

 
In support of the pan-university initiative on Resilience, the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs is soliciting applications for graduate students engaging in cross-disciplinary work in the area of environmental resilience.  The Resilience Fellowships will provide the nucleus for a community of students engaged in the science, politics, economics, culture and ethics of environmental change. 
 

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