The corporate classroomWhile liberal arts programs search for benefactors, donors flock to sponsor the high-tech facilities that prepare students for the business world.
by Pat Bernal
Revolutionizing HistoryA new center at U.Va. may change the way we think of history by using an exciting new medium.
by Peter Brownfeld
The Economist and the BeastDespite his humble beginnings, a University of Virginia economics professor plays a key role in the Microsoft antitrust case.
by Oneya Fennell
A Game of King of the HillThe Webmaster generation struggles for non-virtual profit.
by Sarah Harris
A Library Without Books?The Digital Age poses great promise and problems for the research library.
by Vinay Jain
Putting the Human Back in the WorkplaceUniversity ergonomics task force mediates conflict between workers and technological trends.
by Holly Krambeck
The Roots of a NetworkAt today’s universities, teams of technicians and million-dollar machines work behind the scenes to keep computer networks operative and online.
by Bob McCormick
The Computer-Geek Meets Mr. PersonalityAs technology invades all aspects of life, success will go to people like Portman Wills who are able to interact with more than just a computer.
by Ted McGraw
Seeing UVa Through the Eyes of Iowa StateLong distance learning provides new human perspectives, but may sacrifice human relations.
by Lauren Norton
Virtually IdealDennis Proffitt sees virtual reality as the best tool available for understanding human perception and finding practical applications for his research.
by Megan Poyhonen
Double Clicking on Higher EducationFaculty and staff at the University of Virginia are following their students into the information age.
by Lisa Regelman
New Technology Means Better Healthcare:But Are There Side Effects?
by Eleanor Stables
Course ConnectionsStephen Railton is one of many college professors across the nation integrating computers into his classroom.
by Sarah Stuckey
What a caseA computer system simplifies job searches for law students and administrators.
by Katherine Tune
Running with the BullRusty Szurek becomes one of a growing number of students to start on-line business.
by Christine Voliva