Sept. 14, 2001
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A time of mourning

Honor System's credibility may be put on trial this fall
Carrying the Honor Code into cyberspace
Honoring the code: How to promote academic honesty

Hot Links -- U.Va. Top News Daily

U.Va. awards first FEST grants to fund excellence in science and technology
Office strengthens research support
Orientation on research set for Sept. 20
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Clarification -- article on diabetes
In Memoriam
Conference gets jiggy with creativity
Cabinetmaker builds career crafting raw wood into pieces with Jeffersonian elegance

Hudson Lane Dudley died June 30 in Charleston, S.C. He was past president of the University of Virginia Engineering Foundation.

Beauregard (Beau) Roberts Sigma Payne Sr., 63, of Charlottesville, died Aug. 9. He was an employee of the School of Engineering and Applied Science for 23 years. A memorial fund has been established by the school for Payne’s grandson, Bryant M. Witcher. To contribute, send a check to: Virginia Engineering Foundation (designated for the Beauregard Payne, Sr. Memorial Fund), P. O. Box 400256, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4256. For more information, call 924-3045.

Mary Topping, 88, died Aug. 14, in Charlottesville. She retired from the Alderman Library reference department after 45 years of service to the University.

Waverly Robert Jordan, 76, of Charlottesville, died Aug. 16. He was employed as a chef for various U.Va. fraternities for 28 years.

Charles Rayhill Holcomb Jr., 50, of Roanoke, died Aug. 19. He was former president of the Virginia Engineering Foundation Board of Directors.

David L. Long, 50, of Keswick, died Aug. 21, in Charlottesville. An anesthesia nurse, he was hired in 1988 to help establish the Nerancy Neuro Intensive Care Unit at the Medical Center.

Dr. John Richard Morris Jr., of Charlottesville, died Aug. 22. He was a member of the Medical Center staff and on the Board of Directors of the U.Va. Medical Alumni Association.

John Dandridge Murdaugh, 70, of Charlottesville, died Aug. 22. He retired from the University as center director in Roanoke and conference coordinator for the Division of Continuing Education (now the School of Continuing and Professional Studies) in Charlottesville. He was also responsible for initiating the “Summer on the Lawn” program.

Edith McFalls Shumaker, 82, of Troy, died Aug. 22, in Charlottesville. She retired from the Medical Center as a clerk.

Dr. Alexander Pope Hull Jr., 78, of Charlottesville, died Sept. 4. He was a retired professor, having taught German at the University.


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