Feb. 4-10, 2000

Dr. Sharon Hostler to receive Zintl Award
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Dr. Sharon Hostler to receive Zintl Award

Dr. Sharon Hostler, Medical Director of the Kluge Children's Rehabilitation Center and McLemore Birdsong Professor of Pediatrics, will receive the Elizabeth Zintl Leadership Award Feb. 17 at a reception in the Rotunda West Oval Room from 4 to 5:30 p.m. The Zintl Award is presented annually by the Women's Center to a woman at U.Va. who demonstrates an unusually high degree of service to the University and whose excellence in her work makes a significant impact. The award honors the late Elizabeth Zintl, who was President John T. Casteen III's chief of staff. The award's $1,000 prize comes from an endowment fund established by David A. Harrison III, who was a friend of Zintl's and has been one of U.Va.'s most generous donors.


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