May 12-18, 2000
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P&T to replace motor pool with rental cars
Correction - parking rate for T4 lot
U.Va. researcher shares benefits of exercise for people with MS
Faculty Senate awards Teaching Initiative grants
McIntire helped launch art, music and commerce at U.Va.
Applications being accepted for University's Administrative Internship Program
Engineering collaborates on semiconductor manufacturing
IBM is a long-time supporter of U.Va.
El Nino was active during last ice age
University takes top award in Internet contest
Education students show high rate of volunteerism
Cavalier Inn books conferences
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Cavalier Inn books conferences

The Cavalier Inn, at 105 N. Emmet St., now offers year-round conference services to the public.

The U.Va. Foundation purchased the Cavalier Inn in 1998 and made extensive renovations to the exterior, guest rooms and main floor. Over 4,000 square feet of ground-floor meeting space has been renovated, and food service for hotel functions can be arranged with U.Va. Catering Services. Six meeting rooms are available for use by the University and Charlottesville communities. All of the main-floor meeting rooms are connected to U.Va.'s high-speed fiber optic communications system. Each of the 118 guest rooms has a dedicated data port. The hotel also has a fully equipped business center.

For information about conference scheduling, call Sheri States at 924-4479.


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