April 28-May 4, 2000
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Researchers looking for causes of heart disease
Off the Shelf - recently published books by U.Va. faculty and staff
Onuf elucidates Jefferson's nation-making

All-University Outstanding Teaching Award winners

Q&A - Engineering Dean Richard Miksad
After Hours - On the roof or ground, Quillon takes chess to new heights
Faculty Actions from the April BOV meeting
In Memoriam
Hot Links - Cavalier Computers
ITC's Office Technology Conference to be held May 10
WFPA honors Sisson and Allen
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Benjamin C. Ray, Daniels Family and NEH Distinguished Teaching Professor of Religious Studies, editor, with Kimberly C. Patton of Harvard Divinity School. A Magic Still Dwells: Comparative Religion in the Postmodern Age. University of California at Berkeley.

R. Edward Freeman, Olsson Professor of Business Administration and Director, Olsson Center for Applied Ethics. Environmentalism and the New Logic of Business. Oxford University Press.

Companies around the world are putting environmental values to work to motivate employees, improve service levels and respond to constant pressure for innovation, competitive advantage and attention to the bottom line.

James Davidson Hunter, William R. Kenan Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies. The Death of Character: On the Moral Education of America's Children. Basic Books.

Ralph Cohen, Kenan Professor of English and editor of New Literary History, has arranged with Tshinghua University Press of Beijing, China, for the publication of a yearly volume of 15 essays translated into Chinese from NLH. The first volume will be available this spring and will be distributed to universities throughout China.

Bradley W. Reed, assistant professor of history. Talons and Teeth: County Clerks and Runners in the Qing Dynasty. Stanford University Press.

Stephen M. Dickey, assistant professor of Slavic languages and literatures, Parameters of Slavic Aspect. C.S.L.I. Publications.

Jorge E. K. Secada, associate professor of philosophy. Cartesian Metaphysics: The Scholastic Origins of Modern Philosophy. Cambridge University Press.

Wu-Seng Lung, professor of civil engineering. Water Quality Modeling for Wasteload Allocations. John Wiley & Sons.

William H. Lucy, professor of urban and environmental planning, and David Phillips, associate professor of urban and environmental planning. Confronting Suburban Decline: Strategic Planning for Metropolitan Renewal. Island Press.

William D. Middleton, former chief facilities officer at Facilities Management. Landmarks of the Iron Road: Two Centuries of North American Railroad Engineering. Indiana University Press. A look at railroad bridges, viaducts, tunnels, mountain crosses and passes, with 249 archival and contemporary illustrations.

George Klosko, professor of government and foreign affairs. Democratic Procedures and Liberal Consensus. Oxford University Press.

Sidney M. Milkis, professor of government and senior scholar at the Miller Center of Public Affairs, and Mark Landy, political science professor at Boston College. Presidential Greatness. University Press of Kansas.

How George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Delano Roosevelt inaugurated momentous change during their terms of office.


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