Sept. 7-13, 2001
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University joins global group to plan long-distance education
Make votes count, commission says
Insiders analyze the 2000 election in Sabato's new book

Jefferson Award nominations sought

Authors join creative writing faculty
Poetry writing added to English major
University expands international emphasis with new residential college
U.Va.'s three residential colleges get new principals
Hot Links -- General Clinical Research Center seeks volunteers
High school students aid U.Va. research
Honoring the code: How faculty and TAs can promote academic honesty
Pavilion VII: building restoration now complete
Colonnade Club returns to newly restored pavilion

Jefferson Award nominations sought

Nominations are invited for the Thomas Jefferson Award, the highest honor given to a member of the University community. The award will be made Oct. 26 at Fall Convocation to a member of the faculty, administration or staff who has exemplified in character, work and influence the principles and ideals of Jefferson, and thus advanced the objectives for which he founded the University.

The award consists of a citation and cash prize, from the income of an endowment established in 1955 by the Robert Earll McConnell Foundation.

Nominations and supporting materials (including resumés and letters) should be submitted to Jahan Ramazani, English department, Bryan Hall 410, P.O. Box 400121, by Sept. 25.


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