It’s been a busy spring for many grant projects! Learn about a few that have received University publicity:
Learn more in this UVA Today article about the inspiration and research occurring from 2022 annual grant project, Searching for Hidden Chambers in the Temple of Kukulcán at Chichén Itzá.
Optimizing Pediatric Donor Heart Utilization received an annual grant in 2022 to use big data analytics to improve pediatric heart transplants. Find out more about their work in recent UVA Engineering and UVA Today features.
“Madayin: Eight Decades of Aboriginal Australian Bark Painting from Yirrkala” is the first major exhibition of Aboriginal Australian bark paintings to tour the U.S. It opens in September 2022 at the Hood Museum. Kluge-Ruhe received a Trust grant in 2019 to help produce the accompanying catalog, a 352-page piece in both Yolngu Matha and English [the first ever international touring exhibition catalog in an Australian language]. Read more about the significance of this exhibition.
The Holsinger Portrait Project is uncovering photos, researching, and telling the stories of Black Charlottesville residents. Learn about this 2022 grant project in UVA Today.
The Biomaterial Building Exposition has been researching and exploring innovative approaches to biomaterial construction techniques. Learn more about the work of this project, a 2021 grant recipient, in these features: UVA Today, Archinect News, Inform Design + Innovation, and C-ville Weekly.