Dec. 3-9, 1999

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
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

Note the schedule for mail services during the holidays

University Mail Services will be open during the holiday season, except for Dec. 24 and Jan. 3. To get mail delivered, however, departments that will be open on the University's official holidays and will need mail delivered should e-mail their specific needs to director Jack Parker at, or fiscal/customer service representative Linda Price at Otherwise, mail will be held and delivered the next official workday.

For U.S. mail, the post office recommends domestic holiday mailings -- parcels and first-class cards and letters -- be sent by Dec. 20. The international mail deadlines for some countries have passed; the deadline for most international mail destinations is Dec. 9. Most military and embassy mail deadlines are Dec. 3 for parcel airlift and Dec. 10 for first-class letters and cards and priority mail.


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