Dec. 7-13, 2001
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U.Va. Art Museum earns accreditation
CVC campaign extended

U.Va. selects award-winning New York architect firm for South Lawn Project
Hot Links -- copyright policy
Students promote healthy behavior

Casteen reflects on the University's achievements and the national tragedy in his annual message

In English, a new way to a B.A.,/M.A.
There is room for both science and religion in seeking to understand the universe, Trinh says
Off the Shelf -- recently published books by faculty and staff
Holiday open house
Important dates
Cross & co. create five-star experience at Carr's Hill

CVC campaign extended

With donations lagging, the Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign at U.Va. has been extended to Dec. 14. As of Monday’s original end date, the annual charity drive had raised only 53 percent of the University’s $475,000 goal, mirroring a statewide trend, said campaign chair Ida Lee Wootten, interim director of community relations.

“U.Va. employees can use the CVC as an effective way to transform 2001 into a year that made a positive difference in the lives of many,” Wootten said. “By giving, employees can strengthen charities that help the community. One hundred percent of designated funds go to the charity or charities employees choose.”
Pledge cards can be obtained by calling 924-3939.


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