Aug. 4-17, 2000
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New registrar named

Carol Stanley, former director of student information and records at Drexel University in Philadelphia, became U.Va.'s new registrar July 1.

She replaces Ann Antrobus, who retired June 30.

The registrar's office is responsible for student record-keeping and course scheduling. At Drexel, Stanley, who goes by the nickname "Stash," oversaw the changes that have characterized registrars' offices in the past decade, using information technology and the Web.

In addition to her administrative career, Stanley has been involved in athletics. A former head varsity softball coach at SUNY-Binghamton, she continues to work with women's softball teams and conduct clinics. She has also patented a number of athletic devices: the "Sweet Swing" (a golf training device) and the "Quick Mitt" and "Stan-Mill Mitt" (both hand protection systems). The latter was added to the permanent collection of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., in 1988.


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