Nov. 16-29, 2001
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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


Dr. John Fletcher, professor emeritus of Biomedical Ethics at the School of Medicine, received the Lifetime Achievement Award of the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities at its annual meeting in Nashville, Tenn. In his address to the society, Fletcher spoke on “Protecting Human Participants in Research: Then and Now,” describing the evolution of protecting human research subjects and how this can be strengthened.

Richard Guy Wilson, Commonwealth Professor and chair of the Department of Architectural History, was awarded the Southeast Chapter Society of Architectural Historians’ Book Award for his book, Richmond’s Monument Avenue, chronicling 112 miles of statues and buildings in a variety of styles popular in the 1890s to the 1930s. Wilson co-authored the book with U.Va. alumni Sarah Driggs and Robert Winthrop.


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