advise, predict and apprise public of things to come in the age
Day one of the e-summit in Old Cabell Hall Auditorium, which
was filled to capacity. (below, left to right) Thomas C. Power,
FCC legal adviser; Michael S. McQuary, president and COO of
MindSpring Enterprises Inc.; Melvyn P. Leffler, Arts & Sciences
dean; Allison H. Abraham; Richard W. Miksad, Engineering School
dean; Carl P. Zeithaml, Commerce School dean; Edward A. Snyder,
Darden School dean; Jeffrey C. Walker; Halsey M. Minor; Lawton
W. Fitt; Timothy A. Koogle; Mark B. Templeton; U. Bertram Ellis
Jr.; Jeffrey D. Nuechterlein; and Edward L. Ayers, U.Va.'s Hugh
P. Kelly Professor of History, who's a visiting professor at
Stanford this year, but returned for the e-summit.
a computer language. Look for software applications to be free soon.
Expect to cast your vote online in the near future. And say "so
long" to PCs, and "hello" to computing appliances,
the latest in technological tools.
advice and predictions flowed as freely at the first session of
as the information that wends its way round-the-clock through the
World Wide Web. Leaders in the Internet industry, who also happen
to be U.Va. alumni, attended the conference Nov. 12 and 13, apprising
the public of things to come and offering guidance to students and
Internet will be woven into people's lives much the way the telephone
has been, Timothy Koogle told attendees at the session on "Forecasting
the Future: Jeffersonian Principles in the Internet Age." Full
cites U.Va., Casteen for leadership and character development efforts
Ida Lee Wootten
John T. Casteen III is among 50 college and university presidents
recognized for outstanding leadership in student character development
in The Templeton Guide: Colleges that Encourage Character Development,
published last month.
for students, parents and educators, The Templeton Guide also named
U.Va. to its honor roll of 100 colleges and universities whose programs
inspire students to lead ethical and civic-minded lives.
naming Casteen to its list of leaders, the guide cites his commitment
to the intellectual and moral development of students. It also cites
his leadership in the $1 billion Campaign for the University and
in the Virginia 2020 Initiative, a planning process that will enhance
U.Va.'s efforts in science and technology, fine and performing arts,
public service and outreach, and international activities. Full