Sept. 22-28, 2000
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Anita Jones to speak at Fall Convocation
Lemons may leave

Engineers awarded NSF grants in information technology
U.Va.'s new online finance system nearing completion
New center uses nurses' expertise

The true story of the Alderman map thief

In Memoriam
Writer's Eye competition opens Sept. 25
Hot Links - "ClarkCam"
Q&A - Turner's passion produces results for Arican-American students
Foreign TV programs offered on Grounds
Need CA$H?
Researcher to speak on DNA study of Jefferson descendants
Upstart Aussies troupe to perform in Charlottesville
After Hours - Berdel finds peace of mind and body through t'ai chi ch'uan
U.Va. among six centers studying heart disease in diabetics
L. Jay Lemons

Lemons may leave

L. Jay Lemons, chancellor of the University of Virginia's College at Wise, is a finalist for the presidency of Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pa. He planned to spend Sept. 18-20 in interviews at Susquehanna, and the school's governing board is expected to select a president by early October. Chancellor of U.Va.-Wise since 1992, Lemons has directed a variety of important projects, including the college's July 1999 name change from Clinch Valley College. He worked to increase faculty salaries and recruit a more talented student body through selective admissions. The college, ranked second among the South's public liberal arts colleges by U.S. News and World Report, is nearing completion of its first-ever capital campaign which is expected to top $18 million.



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