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ADA chief named

University Ombudsman Brad Holland has assumed the duties of U.Va's Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator. Holland replaces Pat Lampkin, who provided this service in her role as associate vice president for student affairs until last May, when she was asked to conduct a year-long project to examine the University student experience and envision what it should look like in 20 years.

Lampkin will work closely with Holland to assure a smooth transition, said Leonard W. Sandridge, executive vice president and chief operating officer.

As ADA coordinator, Holland will work with the Learning, Needs and Evaluation Center, Facilities Management, Human Resources and the Office of Major Events to ensure that all accommodations for faculty, staff, students and visitors are handled. Holland will also facilitate resolution of disputes, should they arise, and coordinate funding efforts for ADA remediation projects, Sandridge said.



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