Nov. 16-29, 2001
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NEWS COLUMN
University sets holiday schedule
Flu shots to resume

Senate highlights work of Harrison undergraduate researchers
Deans slow new spending
Photos show aftermath of Rwandan genocide
Q&A: Ayers builds future on founder's model

Martin: Immigration laws need to be realistic

Medical Center reaches settlement
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Play explores the foibles of greed
Campaign pleas for local charity support
Hot Links -- With Good Reason
Sheer images
Poet and editor R.T. Smith to read at U.Va. Nov. 29

University sets holiday schedule

As has been the custom for many years, Gov. Jim Gilmore has announced an additional 20 hours of compensatory leave for classified employees to use over the holidays, which U.Va. designates as “float time.” Employees will be granted an additional four hours, effective Nov. 21, eight hours for Dec. 24 and eight hours for Dec. 31. The additional leave must be used within a year of its effective date.

General faculty may take an extra 20 hours of leave at the discretion of their managers. The leave time does not apply to Medical Center employees.

The academic division of the University will be closed Nov. 22-23, Dec. 24-26, and Dec. 31-Jan. 1. Essential operations will be maintained. Managers are being asked to be flexible in handling employees’ leave requests while making sure offices are adequately staffed and services to the public are not disrupted.


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