Teresa A. Sullivan is unanimously elected to be the University of Virginia's eighth president by the Board of Visitors (January 11, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.

The University of Virginia is ranked No. 1 for the second year in a row among 50 "best value" public colleges and universities, according to The Princeton Review and USA Today (January 12, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley.

Pavilion X receives a Jefferson restoration (January 13, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.

Fourth-year guard Monica Wright scores 20 points against Maryland to pass Dawn Staley as the women's all time ball scoring leader with a total of 2,140 points (January 11, 2010). Read more. Photo by Matt Riley.
Andrew Salmon (Col '11) wins first place in a nationwide Berlin Wall art competition for his sculpture, "Without Walls" (January 11, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. Sgt. Ted Roach, Officer Keith Berry, and Officer Jeffrey Maddra receive life-saving awards at the University of Virginia Police Department's first commendation luncheon in Newcomb Hall (January 21, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.
Hannah Hartig (Col '12) and Samantha Powers enjoy Barcelona Montserra (January 18, 2010). Photo by Christina Williams. Students of the Media Studies Department meet comedian Stephen Colbert in New York City (January 15, 2010). Photo by Denise Linn (Col '10).
Matt McLean (Col '11) and three other swimmers set pool records in the dual meet against Duke. (January 22, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jim Daves. U.Va. English Professor Lisa Russ Spaar receives a 2010 Outstanding Faculty Award from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia and the Dominion Foundation (January 27, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.
The Cooper Center's Demographics and Workforce group hosts a delegation of 25 professionals from the China Population and Development Research Center (January 26, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. Wu Man, internationally acclaimed pipa virtuoso, performs a solo recital in Old Cabell Hall (January 24, 2010). Photo by J. William Adkins, submitted by Emma Pierce (Arch '13).
Second-year Vincenzo Chiariello breaks Virginia's all-time program record in the weight throw on the opening day of the Hokie Invitational field and track meet. (January 22, 2010) Cassandra Fraser, professor of chemistry, and Guoqing Zhang, Ph.D. student in chemistry, discover a light-emitting compound and create collaborations across the University and with local businesses (February 15, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.
Casey Enders (Col '12) and Katherine Raber (Engr '12) enjoy snowfall on the Rotunda steps (January 30, 2010). Photo by Robert MacGregor (Engr '12). U.Va. astronomers, led by Roger Chevalier, use a radio telescope to find a rare supernova explosion (January 28, 2010). Read more. Photo by Bill Saxton, NRAO/AUI/NSF.
The Department of Computer Science celebrates its 25th anniversary with Vinton Cerf, vice president and chief Internet evangelist for Google, who co-designed the TCP/IP protocols and the architecture of the Internet (February 1, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley. The University Chapel in winter (January 30, 2010). Photo by Raghav Mathur (Col '12).

President John T. Casteen III delivers his final State of the University address (February 9, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley.

Lawn resident Katherine Peabody (Col '10) attends an event to honor A. Leroy Willis (Col '62), the first African-American graduate of the College of Arts & Sciences and the first African-American student to live on the Lawn (February 9, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.
Classes are canceled and students enjoy the snowfall on the Lawn (February 6, 2010). Read more. Photo by Cole Geddy. Sophomore guard Ariana Moorer and the women's basketball team defeat North Carolina in double overtime, 82-78 (February 15, 2010). Read more.
David Foster (Law '81) is sworn in as a new member of the Virginia Board of Education (February 15, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley. The Department of Drama performs "The Seagull" at the Culbreth Theatre (February 18, 2010). Photo by Michael Bailey.
Award-winning "Dateline NBC" correspondent Sara James delivers the keynote speech during the Women in Leadership Conference (February 19, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. Former Virginia Gov. Douglas Wilder speaks to students in Larry Sabato's introductory government class about gun laws, the Obama administration, and the state's future (March 3, 2010). Read more. Photo by Angela Wu, Cavalier Daily.
Grammy Award-winning musician John Mayer performs at John Paul Jones Arena (March 16, 2010). Photo by Dan Addison. Author Lee Smith speaks at the Virginia Festival of the Book, sponsored by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities. (March 20, 2010). Photo by Ashley Twiggs.
The Miller Center of Pubic Affairs hosts a debate, "Does the U.S. Need to Ration Costly End-of-Life Care?" (March 24, 2010). Read more. Photo by Stephanie Gross. Selam Asihel (Col '11) and Razan Osman (Col '11) receive a 2010 Davis Projects for Peace award for their program to bring together Muslim and Coptic Christian orphans in Egypt (April 7, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.
Kevin R. Lynch, professor of pharmacology, and Timothy L. Macdonald, professor of chemistry, receive the 2010 Edlich-Henderson Inventors of the Year award (April 5, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. Award-winning singer Taylor Swift performs at the John Paul Jones Arena (March 20, 2010). Photo by Dan Addison.
Thomas Jefferson Medals President John T. Casteen III, Gina Fletcher, family members, friends, and colleagues gather on the Lawn for a tree-planting ceremony honoring the late Mark E. Fletcher (April 13, 2010). Photo by Dan Addison. Mark E. Fletcher tree planting Joseph Neubauer, chairman and chief executive officer of ARAMARK, Janet Napolitano (Law '83), U.S. secretary of homeland security, and Edward O. Wilson, Harvard University environmentalist, scientist, and ethicist, receive the 2010 Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medals (April 14, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.
A student plays the Chesapeake Bay Game (April 9, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley. Sophomore Sean Keveren shatters the 3000m meet record at the Lou Onesty Invitational cross country meet. (April 10, 2010). Read more. Photo by Andrew Shurtleff.
The Leander McCormick Observatory celebrates 125 years (April 13, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. IMP Alli McKee (Col '09, McIntire '10) gives President John T. Casteen III a painting of Carr's Hill at the Picnic on the Lawn honoring John and Betsy Casteen (April 21, 2010). Photo by Dan Addison.
Members of the Jefferson Scholars Foundation cut the ribbon to officially dedicate the new Jefferson Fellows Center on Maury Avenue (April 19, 2010). Read more. Photo courtesy of the Jefferson Scholars Foundation. The Jefferson Public Citizens program launches the first edition of its academic journal "Public" at the second annual public service conference (April 19, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley.
The University of Virginia wins their 100th ACC championship title (April 26, 2010). Read more. Photo courtesy of VirginiaSports.com. Nina Morris is named to lead U.Va.'s sustainability outreach efforts (April 20, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.
Donald Hunt, professor of chemistry and pathology; Rick Horwitz, the Harrison Distinguished Professor of Cell Biology and Timothy Wilson, the Sherrell J. Aston Professor of Psychology receive the University's 2010 Distinguished Scientist Awards (April 23, 2010). Read more. The U.Va. community unites to comfort and support one another at a candlelight vigil in honor of Yeardley Love (Col '10) (May 5, 2010). Photo by Andrew Shurtleff.
Karen Van Lengen, Willam R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Architecture, is elected to the prestigious College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects (May 5, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. President-elect Teresa A. Sullivan and President John T. Casteen III at Finals (May 16, 2010). Photo by Dan Addison.
President John T. Casteen III delivers the 2010 Finals Commencement Address (May 16, 2010). Photo by Dan Addison. The Class of 2010 (May 16, 2010). Photo by Cole Geddy.
Ben Chrisinger (Arch '10) receives the 2010 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award (May 19, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. Courtney Mallow (Col '10) receives the 2010 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award (May 19, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.
Swimming and diving coach Mark Bernardino receives the 2010 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award (May 19, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. Alumni return to Grounds for Reunions Weekend (June 8, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Grogan.
Leonard W. Sandridge, executive vice president and chief operating officer, receives commendation from the Virginia General Assembly (May 19, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. Kathryn Cordell Thornton (Engr '79), associate dean of graduate programs in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, is inducted into the Astronaut Hall of Fame (June 5, 2010). Photo by Camille Cline.
Student orientation leaders welcome a group of incoming first-year students during Summer Orientation (June 28, 2010). Photo by Jane Haley. Tree damage at the IMP house after a strong thunderstorm (June 24, 2010). Read more. Photo by Betty Wooding.
John T. Casteen III officiates his final public event as president at the dedication of Bavaro Hall (July 19, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. An eight-member delegation from Winneba, Ghana, attends a luncheon at the Curry School of Education (August 3, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley.
College Dean Meredith Jung-En Woo (center) and Provost Dr. Arthur Garson (right) converse with Jianhua Lin, executive vice president and provost of Peking University, about creating a joint institute for research and teaching (August 18, 2010). Read more. Photo by Tom Cogill. Student greeters assist first-years during Move-In Day (August 21, 2010). Photo by Cole Geddy.
The Charlottesville Community Drum Choir dancers lead a fun-loving crowd during Man Ray Day at the Art Museum (August 21, 2010). Photo by Sharon Hughes. Students sing the Good Old Song during Convocation (August 22, 2010). Photo by Cole Geddy.
U.Va. launches the new "Virginia App" (August 30, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. Faculty members at the Curry School of Education receive $6.4 million in grant money from the U.S. Department of Education to improve K-12 teaching and learning (August 30, 2010). Read more. Photo by Tom Cogill.
Rotunda columns are veiled in black to coincide with the Day of Dialogue on September 24. The work of Sanda Iliescu, associate professor of architecture and art, "Lines of Darkness and Light" aims to "bring people together in the shared experience of human grief and loss" (September 16, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. The University Chamber singers perform at the Day of Dialogue (September 27, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.
The Office of Emergency Preparedness participates in the Day of Dialogue Resource Fair on the Lawn (September 24, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. U.Va. English professor Michael Suarez speaks at the Day of Dialogue (September 24, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.
Coach Mike London encourages his players from the sidelines during the U.Va. vs. USC football game (September 11, 2010). Photo by Dan Addison. Virginia beats Miami, 24-19 (October 30, 2010). Read more. Photo courtesy of VirginiaSports.com.
Hjailmar W. Hannesson, Iceland's ambassador to the United States, kicks off the annual Ambassadors' Speakers Forum (September 16, 2010). Read more. Photo by Cole Geddy. The Center for Politics commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy-Nixon debates at Newcomb Hall on September 30, featuring Larry Sabato, political analyst Bill Schneider, and CNN contributor Alex Castellanos (September 30, 2010). Photo by Cole Geddy.
The program celebrates its fifth anniversary with a dinner at Newcomb Hall (September 28, 2010). Read more. Photo by Cole Geddy. U.Va. launches a sustainability pledge for employees and students (October 20, 2010). Read more. Photo by Cole Geddy.
U.Va. finished ninth out of 79 schools participating in the Game Day Challenge, which measures the effectiveness of recycling at home football games (December 7, 2010). Read more. Photo by Cole Geddy. College Dean Meredith Woo; John T. Casteen III, president emeritus; Elizabeth Turner, vice provost for the arts; Mortimer (Col' 37) and Ruth Sacks Caplin, and President Teresa A. Sullivan break ground for the Ruth Caplin Theatre (October 21, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley.
Sheila Johnson's mother, Marie Crump, speaks at the Curry School of Education's dedication of the Sheila C. Johnson Center for Human Services (October 26, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley. Co-chairs, Sarah Nash (McIntire '11) and Liz Diemer (Col '11) help out at the Pancakes for Parkinsons fund-raising event on the Lawn (October 16, 2010). Photo by Cole Geddy.
Construction continues on the South Lawn Bridge (March 18, 2010). Photo by Dan Addison. The South Lawn is complete. (August 20, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.
David E. Gibson (Col '62) and John L. Nau III (Col '68) perform the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the dedication of the South Lawn (October 22, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley. The South Lawn is ready for a new school year (August 20, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison.
Lawrence E. Kochard is named chief operating officer of University of Virginia Investment Management Company (October 26, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley. Fall colors on the Grounds (October 26, 2010). Photo by David Galbraith.
The University's Office of Equal Opportunity Programs honors employees with its annual Champion Awards (October 29, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley. Muse performs at the John Paul Jones Arena (October 27, 2010). Photo by Cole Geddy.
U.Va. and the Charlottesville community enjoy trick-or-treating on the Lawn (October 31, 2010). Photo by Cole Geddy. President Teresa A. Sullivan emphasizes the importance of the student and teacher relationship at Fall Convocation (November 5, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley.
Dr. Richard L. Guerrant, director of the Center for Global Health and John L. Colley Jr., Almond R. Coleman Professor at the Darden School of Business, are honored with the 2010 Thomas Jefferson Awards at Fall Convocation (November 5, 2010). Read more. Photo by Jane Haley. Astronomy professors Mike Skrutskie, John Wilson, Fred Hearty and Steven Majewski (left to right), examine the high-resolution, infrared-sensitive spectrograph they are building for the Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment (November 3, 2010). Read more. Photo by Peggy Harrison.
The Center for Politics hosts a discussion with original members of the 1961 Freedom Riders as part of this year's Virginia Film Festival (November 5, 2010). Read more. Photo by Cole Geddy. Futurist Jeremy Rifkin speaks at the "The Car of the Future / The Future of the Car" symposium (November 5, 2010). Read more. Photo by Cole Geddy.
Edward Botchwey, professor of biomedical engineering and orthopedic surgery, is named by President Obama as a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers (November 30, 2010). Read more. Photo by Dan Addison. Laura Nelson, a fourth-year political and social thought major in the College of Arts & Sciences, is awarded a Rhodes Scholarship (November 22, 2010). Read more.
Ken Tran (Engr '11) and Dr. Paul Yates, assistant professor of ophthalmology, win the U.Va. Entrepreneurship Cup for their entry, Innovative Retinal Imaging System (November 22, 2010). Read more. Photo by Cole Geddy. The Dave Matthews Band performs at the John Paul Jones Arena (November 19, 2010). Photo by Dan Addison.
Students, faculty, and staff attend the Carr's Hill Open House (December 8, 2010). Photo by Dan Addison. The 10th annual Lighting of the Lawn (December 2, 2010). Photo by Cole Geddy.

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