April 6-12, 2001
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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

W. Wright Harrison, 85, of Virginia Beach, died March 28. He served as a member of the Board of Visitors and as president of the Alumni Association and Student Aid Foundation. He received an an honorary member of Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Fraternity.

Elizabeth Brown Mulholland Gamble died March 15 in a nursing home in Ruxton, Md. She founded the Pink Lady volunteer services at the University Hospital in 1951, and she organized the Women’s Canteen, which served lunches to the Judge Advocate General School, established at U.Va. during World War II.


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