Sept. 24-30, 1999
IN THIS ISSUE
Study of staff morale shows respect is key
Managers build strong relationships with employees
VA 2020 Science and Technology Planning Commission to hold workshops Sept. 23-25

NEH recognizes two U.Va. web sites

Women's Club entertains Virginia 2020 themes
Q&A - Dean Sondra Stallard on a mission
After Hours - Couple spends weekends horsing around
Housekeepers honored at picnic
Hot Links - Intramural-Recreational Sports
Stephen Cushman publishes narrative on Civil War battle
Woodson Institute fellows announced

In Memoriam

Sounds of Indian flute to fill Old Cabell Hall on Oct. 2
TOP NEWS

Women's Club entertains Virginia 202 themes

The U.Va. Women's Club has planned four major events this year around the University's strategic plan for the future, "Virginia 2020: Agenda for the Third Century." Programs this year will focus on the fine and performing arts at U.Va.

The annual fall meeting, to be held Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. in Caplin Pavilion, will showcase "Music at the University: Now and the Future" with guest speaker Judith Shatin, music professor and department chair. In addition, U.Va. music faculty and students will perform for club members and guests.

A Nov. 17 event will focus on the Drama Department, with a dinner and dress rehearsal of "A Chorus Line." On March 2, a U.Va. cabaret will be staged in Newcomb Hall Ballroom, and the final event of the year will be a May 1 spring luncheon offering an update on the Virginia 2020 initiatives.

The Women's Club is open to all women members, wives and widows of the faculty, administration, research staff and Department of Athletics. For information, contact president Zan Short at 977-8463 or zs3c@virginia.edu


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