April 20-26, 2001
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U.Va. to propose health insurance subsidy for its graduate assistants
Congress among 2001 Muzzle Award winners
In Memoriam

Caplin decries trend toward multidisciplinary law practices

How teachers draw their students in
Using new technology brings major changes to arts precinct classrooms
Architecture team designs high-tech Wright model
Hot Links -- Va.Garden Week
Enrollment correction
'Today' at UVA -- Katie Couric visit
This might be the week to read a good film
Give air a break
It's a case of mind over bother
New U.Va. logo debuts

NSF gives scholarships

The National Science Foundation Scholars Program has awarded the University $262,000 for a collaborative scholarship fund for technology and math students at U.Va. and Piedmont Virginia Community College.

The program, for financially disadvantaged students seeking associate’s, bachelor’s and graduate degrees, is open to technology and math students at U.Va. and PVCC.

It provides a $3,125 scholarship for two years to 40 students. U.Va. and PVCC will provide professional development workshops, classes and industry internships. Recipients will be mentored and monitored for academic progress.

Applications are due May 1. For information, call Carolyn Vallas at 924-0614, or Ruth Douglas at 961-5431.


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