Nov. 9-15, 2001
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U.Va. hub for biotechnology
Novelist David Baldacci to be Valediction speaker
ITC unveils new wireless network

Librarian focuses on fine arts

Newcomb director eager to build on student’s learning experience
Recyclers snag two golds
ITC hopes ‘Printing Awareness Week’ will be a paper-saver
Behind the history: Retrofitting the Academical Village
Hot Links -- Letters added to ‘”Race and Place” project
Follow the ‘Tracks of the Serpent’
Found-wallet mystery solved
Conference, Nov. 13, to examine globalizing the modern university
Notables -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff

http://www.vcdh.virginia.edu/afam/raceandplace/personal.html

Race & Place The letters of Benjamin Franklin Yancey, an African-American schoolmaster who ran the Esmont school for African-American children at the beginning of the 20th century, have been added to the Web site of U.Va.’s “Race and Place” project on the history of the Jim Crow period in Central Virginia.


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