April 6-12, 2001
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Casteen's annual talk set for April 18
Governor appoints two alumni to BOV

Awards celebrate dedicated teaching at the University
U.Va. bestows annual Thomas Jefferson medals
Well-bred mice may hold clues to cause of Crohn's disease

Teachers inspire students to transform their lives

Athletics task force report recommends restructuring sports program, finances and academic support
In Memoriam
Hot Links -- Department of Taxation
Graduate programs ranked
Best-selling Baldacci to speak at U.Va.
Architecture School sets up exchange program with German university
University seeking associate director for study abroad
Lectures to focus on nationalism and globalization

Governor appoints two alumni to BOV

Thomas F. Farrell II and Thomas A. Saunders III were named to the U.Va. Board of Visitors March 29 by Gov. Jim Gilmore, who also re-appointed Terence P. Ross and William G. Crutchfield Jr.

Farrell, who is chief executive officer of Dominion Energy, earned his undergraduate and law degrees from U.Va. He is a member of the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia.

Saunders, a native of Ivor, Va., received his M.B.A. from the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration. He is a founding partner of Saunders Karp and Megrue, a private equity firm in New York.

Saunders was national co-chair of U.Va.’s recent $1.43 billion campaign. He served as chair of the Darden School Foundation from 1994 through 1997.
Crutchfield, of Charlottesville, is founder of Crutchfield Corp. Crutchfield was first appointed to UVa.’s Board of Visitors in 1997 and chairs the committee overseeing the University’s College at Wise.

Also appointed in ’97, Ross, of Alexandria, is a law partner of the Washington, D.C. office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.


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