Feb. 11-17, 2000
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NEWS COLUMN
Apply now for U.Va.'s 'Mini-Med School'
New degree offered

Research park planned for Blue Ridge Hospital site
State to match employees' retirement contributions
Corrections

Hazardous waste policy leaves no bottle uncapped

Wanted: Outstanding employee nominations
Hot Links - Mentorville
Lay explores Albemarle's varied architectural styles in new book
Valmarana's legacy to the University: Showing architecture students the real Palladio in Italy
Virginians heading for the suburbs
Principal job opening
Off the Shelf - recently published books by U.Va. faculty and staff
Looking at today's Aboriginal art
Resource Fair set for March 14
TOP NEWS

New degree offered

The University has launched an executive master's degree in systems engineering -- offered in Northern Virginia jointly by the School of Engineering and Applied Science's department of systems engineering and the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration. The program provides advanced training that will enable graduates to build sophisticated analytical computer models to sort through mounds of data, identify critical facts and trends and lead to better business decisions.

Taught by full-time U.Va. faculty, the curriculum draws material and methods from business, systems engineering and information technology and encourages classroom discussion of real-life business challenges. The residential program is designed for full-time professionals who have a solid grounding in technology.

Visit the web site at http://www.sys.virginia.edu/weekend/


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