Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 2000
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Casteen discusses College, role of new A&S dean
Steinem: older and younger feminists need more dialogue
New liberal arts program in media studies launched at U.Va.

Guerrant leads U.Va. effort for better worldwide health

U.Va. center stresses patient comfort and dignity in the final stages of life
'Wielding the Red Pen'" Library presents censorship exhibit
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Hot Links -- IQ Health
New York artist Alex O'Neal to exhibit in Fayerweather Gallery
U.Va. employees show they care
U.Va. employees show they care
Approximately 175 U.Va. employees participated in the United Way's 2000 Laurence E. Richardson Day of Caring, a day of community service held Sept. 20. They joined a volunteer workforce of more than 750, assigned to 95 projects in Charlottesville, Albemarle and surrounding counties. The event also served as the kickoff for the University's participation in the annual Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign, which allows University employees to contribute to any United Way organization in the state as well as hundreds of other social service organizations.
Eric Denby at Day of Caring
Photos by Stephanie Gross
At a hoe-down for senior citizens put on by the Jefferson Area Board for Aging, Doris Roach, an assistant buyer with Procurement Services, left, and Eric Denby, director of Procurement Services, wheeled Isabell de Merchan and Eunice Cole, respectively, through the steps of a square dance.
Joyce Breeden
Diploma coordinator Joyce Breeden joined a handful of fellow employees in stenciling bobcat paws down the hallways of Charlottesville's Burnley Moran Elementary School.
Jonathan Kates
Jonathan Kates, right, director of the University Bookstore, paints pottery with Cassidy Jones of The Arc of the Piedmont at the Glaze & Blaze store.

 


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