UVa-Wise Alumnus Dakota Gallimore has found success through his company Dreams.Build, which launched February 22 of this year. Dreams.Build is a crowdfunding platform dedicated
UVa-Wise Abingdon will be hosting its first annual 24-hour hackathon, called WiseHacks.
The 2017 Screen Actors Guild Awards were held on January 29th, and UVa-Wise’s own Ben Mays, assistant professor of theater, was a participant in
On November 16 the college’s literary journal hosted its regular Coffee Night event, featuring guest speakers Rita Quillen, Robert Gipe and contributors to the
Past chancellors, alumni, students gather to honor John T. Casteen III’s role in UVa-Wise’s development.
The Writing Center at UVa-Wise and the Wise Writes program are both dedicated to improving the capability and quality of students and faculty’s writing.
The Town of Wise is looking to strengthen its relationship with the UVa-Wise community and provide our campus with opportunities and connections to help
Everyone remembers the day they applied for college, wrote their first resumes and anxiously awaited for acceptance letters back.
Last week, UVa-Wise released its annual Security & Fire Safety Report detailing campus crimes and incidents that have occurred over the past three years
This is the last week for submissions to UVa-Wise’s literary journal, Jimson Weed.
The Multicultural Alliance at UVa-Wise has big plans for the year.
CITIZENARTS’ Jim Gabbe will present his latest documentary, “A More, or Less, Perfect Union”, at UVa-Wise this Thursday during a forum.