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Lane Rasberry

Democratizing Data

Lane Rasberry is an activist, scientist, dreamer, and true-blue believer in the transformational power of information. As Wikipedian-in-Residence at UVA’s School of Data Science, he supports the school as they engage with the sprawling online information site Wikipedia. His ultimate ambition is to promote a more equitable society by championing the open movement exemplified by Wikipedia, which seeks to address the world’s most pressing problems in a spirit of transparency, collaboration, re-use, and free access.

Fralin Retrospective

The Fralin Museum of Art Awarded $125,000 from the Terra Foundation for American Art

The Fralin Museum of Art has been awarded $125,000 from the Terra Foundation for American Art to support “O’Powa O’Meng: The Art and Legacy of Jody Folwell.” The grant marks the first award for The Fralin and the University of Virginia (UVA) from the Terra Foundation for American Art and will fund the traveling exhibition and scholarly exhibition catalog. The Fralin partnered with the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) to organize “O’Powa O’Meng.” The exhibition will be on view at Mia from September 2024 to January 2025, and at The Fralin Museum of Art from February to June 2025.

Vicram Jaswal

Study Reveals Unexpected Literacy in Autistic People Who Cannot Speak

About one-third of autistic people are unable to communicate using speech, and most are never provided an effective alternative. However, a new study from scientists at the University of Virginia suggests that many of these individuals are literate, raising the possibility that they could learn to express themselves through writing.