March 3-9 , 2000
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U.Va. gift augments national collection
e-courses offered

Housing rates increased; rector backs more active role for board
Provost staff and other offices moving
Speaking up: Senate initiative takes faculty expertise to Virginia's citizens
Industrial wastelands seen as parks in the rough
Book Festival
March 22-26
Religion and biomedical ethics

Scholars awarded Fulbright grants

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Clarification
In Memoriam
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e-courses offered

The University's School of Continuing and Professional Studies (formerly known as the Division of Continuing Education) has launched eight online courses this spring. The self-paced courses -- in procurement and contracts management, technology leadership and human resources management -- are offered exclusively on the Internet. Registration is open through March 13 and can be completed online at http://uvaceonline.org.

The courses can be taken as stand-alone classes or applied to credit certificate programs. Powered by eCollege.com, U.Va.'s online classes meet the same requirements as their on-Grounds counterparts. "Our online courses extend the programs of U.Va. to the residents of the commonwealth and beyond," said Dean Sondra Stallard.

 


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