Dec. 3-9, 1999
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NEWS COLUMN
Holiday leave
ITC search begins

Casteen announces administrative changes
Faculty/Staff Scholarship applications now available
ATTN: 'Green Card' holders

Grant will help Woodson Institute map new curricula focusing on race and ethnicity

Automation could revolutionize medical research
clarification
Technology taking history into the 21st century
Youth civic effort nets $1 million
Researchers' start-up companies move to West Main Street offices
Sad during the winter? Lighten up
Notable - awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Student selected to be on 'Jeopardy!'
U.Va., city, county officials discuss transportation concerns
Note the schedule for mail services during the holidays
Hot Links - Fine and Performing Arts Commission
"Lights of Love" ceremony set for Dec. 5
Virginia Football Florida-bound
TOP NEWS

Holiday leave

Gov. James Gilmore has authorized 112 days to be added to the state's December holiday schedule, in addition to the four hours added in November. At the University, the extra leave will be observed in the academic division as 16 hours of compensatory leave granted to classified salaried employees and research assistants.

Four hours were credited Nov. 23. Four more hours will be credited effective Dec. 22 and eight more effective Dec. 30. General faculty may take 12 hours' leave at the discretion of their managers.

If employees must work on a designated holiday (Dec. 23, 24, 27, 31 and Jan. 3), compensatory leave will be awarded. The compensatory leave must be used within 12 months of the date earned.

U.Va. will be open for business Dec. 28 through 30. Managers have been asked to give maximum consideration to employee preference for the additional leave while ensuring that offices are adequately staffed and service to the public is not disrupted.

The additional leave does not apply to Medical Center employees.


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