Jan. 26, 2001
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Charity campaign sets new marks
Student financial offices merged

School plans expansion to address nursing shortage
P&T's White has 'interim' tag removed
In Memoriam

Newsworthy?

Study revealing land-use history of Grounds
Hoping to hammer out building costs, board suggests study
Pew funds new center
New leaders must be committed to carry out 2020 plans
Boosting student leaders
Hot Links - Status of searches
Faculty Actions
Colloquium series to focus on pragamatism
February is African-American Heritage Month
Second Graduate Research Fair set for Feb. 1-2
Stevenson studies children who remember past lives
Notable - awards and achievements of faculty and staff
TOP NEWS

Charity campaign sets new marks

The University's annual Combined Virginia Campaign officially wrapped up with a record total of $522,671 pledged to support local and state charities, U.Va. President John T. Casteen III announced Jan. 17 at a campaign luncheon.

Nearly 26 percent of University employees chose to participate, another record.

Award-winners included:

The School of Medicine, the Hovey S. Dabney Award for largest average gift.

The Office of University Development, the Jean Holliday Award for greatest participation -- 100 percent.

The Vice President for Management and Budget and the University Medical Center, Campaign Spirit Awards for "demonstrated spirit of giving time, talents and money."

The Vice President and Provost for Health Sciences, the inaugural Dolly J. Prenzel Award for greatest participation increase.


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