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The People's Historian
Libby O'Connell received her doctorate from the University of Virginia's Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. In this story, from the Winter 2014 issue of Virginia Magazine, Libby talks about her career and the importance of the training she received in the Corcoran Department of History.
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The Musicality of Data
Anyone lured down the rabbit hole of their smart phones is familiar with the cacophony of tweets, Instagram posts and Facebook updates that can overwhelm even the most savvy of social media users. One graduate student in the University of Virginia’s McIntire Department of Music composed a clever way to cut through the noise, however.
Bartow J. Elmore arrived at the University of Virginia in 2006 as a Ph.D. student in the Corcoran Department of History. He was interested in researching and writing about Southern history, but during an early meeting with a graduate advisor to refine his dissertation topic, an iconic soda can caught his eye.