Nov. 3-9, 2000
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Wegman shows witty films, photos, drawings and paintings
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Bellah to speak on Protestantism and multiculturalism
Training women for top-level education posts
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Training women for top-level education posts

Examining what women need to climb the ladder of success in K-12 and higher education in Virginia will be the focus of a Nov. 9-10 conference sponsored by the Curry School.

During the third annual Women Education Leaders in Virginia conference, participants will address issues relevant to women by networking and exchanging information with nationally recognized educators and Virginia women legislators. All sessions will be held in Zehmer Hall.

The conference will begin with an unusual feature, an administrative job fair that is free and open to the public. People can talk to and leave their resumes with recruiters from 15 school districts representing a variety of in-state and out-of-state locales. Among the school districts expected are those of Atlanta, Philadelphia and Chicago, as well as Virginia school systems, including Fairfax, Hanover and Fluvanna counties. The fair will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. on Nov. 9.

The conference is open to the public, but a $190 registration fee is required, except for the job fair. For registration information, contact Betty Brown at 924-7161 or Mary Ann Wolf at


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