Sept. 15-21, 2000
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Mellon estate gives $20 million for prostate cancer research
Medical School adopts new, integrated curriculum
Going for the gold

Hot Links -- University Library's new home page

Casteen talks about changing leadership at the University
Faculty Senate looks at how to enhance University's excellence with diversity
New GI clinic for women, staffed by women, opens
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
In Memoriam
Garrett gets governor's award
'Charlottesville Collects' opens at Bayly
Group forming
Film on Paul Bowles kicks off Film Society's season
Off the Shelf

Steve Gladis, director of the U.Va. School of Continuing and Professional Studies' Northern Virginia Center, was recently named executive director for programs for the Fairfax Chamber of Commerce.

Vice President for Research and Public Service Gene D. Block, also the director of U.Va.'s Center for Biological Timing, has been appointed to a four-year term on the Sleep Disorders Research Advisory Board of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. The committee advises the institute and its advisory council, as well as the director of the National Institutes of Health. It provides advice on sleep disorders research. The board also will make recommendations and develop a long-range plan for sleep disorders research.

The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers has awarded three faculty members of the McIntire Department of Music its ASCAPlu$ Standard Awards. The cash awards, made by an independent panel, went to lecturer Edmund Najera, professor Walter B. Ross and assistant professor Alicyn Warren. According to ASCAP, the awards are "based upon the unique prestige value of each writer's catalog of original compositions as well as recent performances of those works in areas not surveyed by the society."

If you know of any faculty or staff members who have received recognition, awards or other "notable" occurrences, please e-mail us at insideuva@virginia.edu.

 


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