Oct. 26-Nov. 1, 2001
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IN THIS ISSUE
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

Attention: book lovers

The University Press of Virginia is holding its annual Warehouse Book Sale, Friday, Oct. 26, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 27, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., at the Press Warehouse, 500 Edgemont Road (near the intersection of Alderman and McCormick Roads). Thousands of literature, history, Civil War, African-American studies, Virginiana and founding fathers books available for as little as $3 and $6. Get a free “Virginia is for booklovers” canvas book bag with a minimum $30 purchase.

Parking is available on site. For information, visit www.upress.virginia.edu or phone 924-3468.


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