May 4-10, 2001
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Arts and Sciences Academy chooses three from U.Va.
Library becomes co-publisher of Meridian
U.Va.'s Seven Society honors graduate teaching assistants

Colleagues remember Meloy as dedicated, hard working

Study finds wide variation in children's experiences with first-grade classrooms
Police chief's watch ending after 17 years
Gottesman is retiring after illustrious psychology career
President Casteen's speech on video
Download the latest in office technology
Hot Links -- The Lightbulb
From the Arctic Circle to Fluvanna, scientist studies nature and ozone
University seeks to raise shields on computers

Download the latest in office technology

Don’t let technology pass you by — ITC Training Services is presenting this year’s annual Office Technology Conference on May 22 to help you keep up with the latest changes or to sharpen your skills. Organized for office professionals, administrative staff, faculty and managers, as well as technical professionals, there’s something for everyone. Concurrent sessions will cover a range of topics, including:

• the new e-mail programs, Mulberry and Web Mail
• MS PowerPoint - Design and Presentation Tips
• the benefits of using CorporateTime
• getting Web certification
• desktop digital imaging made easy
• how to manage files effectively
• MS Excel 2000 and MS Access 2000
• considering a career move from skilled office support professional to computer professional

There also will be vendor exhibits by Dell, Apple, Metrocall, NTELOS, Cornerstone, SunCom and Cavalier Computers in Newcomb Hall Ballroom.

The conference will start at 8 a.m. in Newcomb Hall Ballroom and the sessions will be held in other rooms in Newcomb Hall.

Registration, which costs $50, can be submitted online at See the Web site for details, or contact Nancy Rogers, conference coordinator, at


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