Oct. 26-Nov. 1, 2001
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Brooks Pate named MacArthur Fellow
CEO to lead hospital

Time to replace New Cabell Hall, Board of Visitors says
Sen. Emily Couric — a friend of the University, an advocate for education
Berne's discovery improved lives of heart patients

Holiday sharing drive

Center pursues multidisciplinary approach to global health issues
Future doctors to get sex education
Faculty Actions -- from the October BOV meeting
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
African-American Affairs celebrates
Hot Links -- lists of books that shed light on terror attacks
Inaugural symposium to look at the American college
Attention: book lovers
Campaign helps employees make a difference
U.Va. hosts nanotech workshop
Research awards to be showcased

R. Edward Howell CEO to lead hospital

R. Edward Howell began his working life as a high school biology teacher and coach, but a desire for a job in which no two days are alike led him into hospital administration. Now, after 25 years of service at academic medical centers in Minnesota, Georgia and Iowa, Howell has signed on as the U.Va. Health System’s first vice president and chief executive officer. He will begin the job Feb. 25, 2002.

Howell will assume management responsibility for the operation of U.Va.’s hospital and clinics, in addition to all financial and information technology functions. a
Howell currently teaches a master’s level class in health administration at University of Iowa, where he has been director and CEO of its hospital and clinics for the past seven years. His goal is to begin teaching at U.Va. by January 2003.


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