Jan. 21-27, 2000
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Digital scholarship gets boost from Mellon Foundation grant
Training online
From the desk of... Penny Rue

In Memoriam

American-style consumerism spreading, Werhane says
Time magazine photo exhibit captures memorable moments of U.S. presidents
James Baker to speak at forum on American presidency
Virginia competing to create regional center
Teaching proposals due Feb. 1
Take our advice... Beat the winter blahs
Hot Links - Arts & Sciences web site
U.Va. police enlist watchful employees to thwart crime
Notable - awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Student drama group updates "Lysistrata"
Mentoring conference to be held Jan. 28 at Monticello High School
TOP NEWS

James BakerJames Baker to speak at forum on American presidency

Former Secretary of State James A. Baker III, a leading figure in American politics for two decades, will speak at a public forum on "Making History: A View From Inside the White House" at 4 p.m. Jan. 28, in Old Cabell Hall Auditorium.

Baker, a Texas lawyer now involved in international trade and finance, has an intimate knowledge of world affairs, finance and politics. He has held senior positions under three presidents. He served as secretary of state from 1989 to 1992 under President Bush and also as White House chief of staff and senior counselor to Bush from 1992 to 1993. He was secretary of the treasury and chair of the President's Economic Policy Council from 1985 to 1988 under President Reagan and before was Reagan's chief of staff. His career in public service began in 1975 as undersecretary of commerce in the Ford administration. Baker also helped run Republican presidential campaigns between 1976 and 1992.

The forum, sponsored by the Miller Center of Public Affairs, is in conjunction with the opening of the photographic exhibit, "Time and The Presidency," featuring Time magazine's best photographs of presidents from Roosevelt to Clinton. Philip D. Zelikow, director of the Miller Center and White Burkett Miller Professor of History, will moderate the forum. Zelikow served on the National Security Council staff during the Bush administration.


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