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Zintl Award calls for nominations

The Women's Center is accepting nominations for a leadership award in memory of Elizabeth Zintl, a writer and journalist who served as U.Va.'s chief of staff in the President's Office until her death in 1997.

The Elizabeth Zintl Leadership Award, made possible by the generosity of alumnus David A. Harrison III, honors Zintl's high degree of professionalism, creativity and commitment to U.Va. The 1998 Zintl Award was shared by Sylvia Terry, associate dean of African-American affairs, and Patricia Lampkin, associate vice president for student affairs.

The annual award carries a $1,000 prize, which the honoree may use for her professional or personal development. This year's award will be presented in mid-February.

Nominees must be a woman currently employed at U.Va., who displays excellence in work that makes a direct and significant impact on U.Va.'s core academic enterprise, and possesses an unusually high degree of service to U.Va.

Nomination packets should include a letter of nomination; three letters of support, also from U.Va., though it is strongly recommended that one be from outside the nominee's department or school; and a current resumé or vita. Nominations must reach the Women's Center by Nov. 19. For details contact Ben Boggs at 924-3946 or bgb4y@virginia.edu.


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