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UVa Today: Early Days Celebration

Posted: 09/09/2009 - In this week's UVa Today segment, Maurice Apprey talks about an upcoming celebration of the early days on Grounds.

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UVA Today: Swine Flu in Schools

Updated: 09/21/2009 - As kids head back to school, educators are dealing with a new concern this year, the H1N1 Flu, commonly called the Swine Flu. Dr. James Turner joined us for UVA Today to talk about the disease, the vaccine, planning and preparation.

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UVa Today: Virginia's Finances

Updated: 09/21/2009 - In this week's UVa Today segment UVa Professor of Business of Economics, John Knapp, talks about Virginia's state and local finances.

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UVa Today: Analyzing Body Language

Updated: 08/14/2009 - Health care is a hot topic, causing many forums throughout the country to become heated, while others, like the one held in Charlottesville this week, remain peaceful. In this week's UVa Today segment, a professor of public speaking at the University of Virginia analyzed the body language of several public officials.

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UVa Today: Health Care Reform

Updated: 09/16/2009 - For this week's UVa Today segment, Carolyn Engelhard stopped by to talk about health care reform.

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UVa Today: Autism Musical

Updated: 07/24/2009 - This week's UVa Today segment showcased Michael Rasbury and the musical he wrote about his autistic son.

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UVa Today: Unconscious Stereotypes

Updated: 07/22/2009 - A team of researchers at the University of Virginia have been building on several decades of psychological research, demonstrating that much of our minds’ work takes place automatically, behind the scenes of our awareness. One of the researchers stopped by the Newsplex to talk about the study for Thursday's UVa Today Segment.

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UVa Today: Preparing for College

Updated: 07/22/2009 - Acceptance letters for the University of Virginia may already be in the hands of incoming first years, but that does not mean students are prepared for college life. In Thursday’s UVa Today segment, the dean of undergraduate admissions stopped by CBS19 News at 6 to talk about how students can prepare for this transition in life.

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UVa Today: How Divorce Affects Children

Updated: 07/22/2009 - In Thursday's UVa Today segment, clinical psychologist ,Peter Sheras, discussed the long term potential affects on Jon and Kate Gosselin's eight children as the drama of the popular reality show plays out on television. The couple announced on this week's episode they have filed for divorce.

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UVa Today: Bruce "Sonny" Beale

Updated: 07/22/2009 - In Thursday's UVa Today Segment, Bruce "Sonny" Beale talked about his work with Refugees in the Charlottesville area. Beale and his wife, have been recognized by Governor Tim Kaine for their work.

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UVa Today: Why Don't Kids Like School?

Updated: 07/22/2009 - In Thursday's UVa Today segment author and professor, Dan Willingham, stopped by to talk about why kids don't like school.

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UVa Today: Robert Spekman

Updated: 07/22/2009 - In this weeks UVa Today segment Robert Spekman, a professor at the Darden School of Business, stopped by to talk about the impact of GM's bankruptcy announcement.

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UVa Today: Green Graduation

Updated: 07/22/2009 - This week's UVa Today segment talked about final exercises on campus going green for the first time.

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UVa Today: Sofa Shuffle

Updated: 07/22/2009 - The University of Virginia prepares for their annual Sofa Shuffle. As students head home for the summer, the event is designed to encourage kids to donate unwanted furniture and household items.

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