Feb. 9-15, 2001
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Former presidents to oversee National Commission on Federal Election Reform
Leading prostate cancer physician named to direct U.Va.'s new research institute
Research computing being evaluated

Two new e-mail programs now available

College leaders grapple with state of Arts & Sciences buildings
Take our Advice ... Getting the most from vitamins
In Memoriam
Women leaders sought for summer program
Notable - awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Creative writers coming this semester
Literature symposium to bring noted writers and theorists
U.Va. Law student to show award-winning Bosnia video
Students organize relief drives
Hot Links - Miller Center forums
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Women leaders sought for summer program
The University invites women who are full-time faculty members or administrators to apply for a fellowship to attend the annual Summer Institute for Women in Higher Education Administration, sponsored by Bryn Mawr College and HERS, Mid-America.

The intensive, month-long institute, held June 24 to July 20 at Bryn Mawr in Pennsylvania, provides an in-depth look at nearly all aspects of the higher education environment. The goal of the program is to increase the representation and improve the status of women in middle- and executive-level administrative posts.

A University selection committee will forward one name to the president to nominate for admission. The institutional deadline for application is March 2. For application materials, contact Joan Fry in the President's Office at 982-2398 or jbf2f@virginia.edu.


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