Sept. 28-Oct. 4, 2001
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Following the trails of cells: NIH awards $38 million for research
Medical Center submits corrective action plan
Neonatologist named 2001 Distinguished Alumna

Terrorist attacks generate employee stress

Resolved to unity
Credit Union branch temporarily moving
Tracking down Lewis and Clark artifacts
Jefferson lectures look toward bicentennial
U.Va. one of top 10 most wired
Hot Links -- Alumni Association crisis site
Delegates get capital tour on building needs
Museum shows folks folk art
Volunteers roll up their sleeves and open their hearts to help others

Credit Union branch temporarily moving

The University’s Community Credit Union has begun to renovate its U.Va. hospital branch, located in the hospital parking garage at 222 Lee Street. While renovations are under way, the credit union is located in a temporary, full-service branch housed in a specially equipped trailer behind the Primary Care Center and next to Jordan Hall at 409 Lane Road Annex.

The new branch, scheduled to reopen in early 2002, will be moved to the Cavalier Computers branch in the hospital parking garage and Cavalier Computers will relocate to the credit union space.


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