May 25-June 7, 2001
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Paul E. Norris Jr. to head U.Va. police
More nurses coming, hospital will reopen beds
Nursing receives $1 million for McLeod expansion

Search committees for key posts named

Probing the mental wounds of ethnic conflict
Graduation festivities
Hot Links -- graduation special edition
Second Hot Links -- hospital centennial
Shenandoah Shakespeare Express coming to Charlottesville June 28
U.Va.'s 'Chicken Run'
In Memoriam
Memorial efforts for Meloy

Alison Meloy Memorial efforts for Meloy

The Department of Government and Foreign Affairs is planning several activities to commemorate Alison Meloy, the graduate student who was killed at the end of April.

“Based on the initiative of her fellow graduate students and friends, a dogwood will be planted on the Grounds near Cabell Hall and a plaque mounted on the outside of the building,” said Jeffrey W. Legro, acting chair of the department. The tree-planting and dedication will take place in the fall. In addition, the department’s annual prize for best graduate teaching assistant will be named the “Alison J. Meloy Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award.”

Anyone interested in contributing to these efforts can send donations to: Sue Sherrill, Cabell 232, or the Alison Meloy Memorial Fund, Department of Government and Foreign Affairs, U.Va., P.O. Box 400787, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4787. Checks should be made out to the government and foreign affairs department for the Meloy Memorial.


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