Jan. 25-31, 2002
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Department exploring options as enrollment pressures build
HR adds Career Services office
Northern Virginia still tops state as fastest growing area in population
Multilingualism? Mais oui!

Allende illuminates U.Va. audience

African-American Heritage Month at U.Va.
Rev. Floyd Flake to speak Feb. 5
“Don’t Worry, Be Happy”
New lecture series features ethics and global health
Director attends Charlottesville debut
Hot Links -- Yellow fever research
Blake exhibition opens Jan. 26
Johnson leads others to the law, promotes minority faculty hires

http://yellowfever.lib.virginia.edu

Research conducted in Cuba by Walter Reed, the youngest doctor to graduate from U.Va., confirmed for the first time that mosquitoes spread yellow fever. Reed’s papers — collected by Philip S. Hench, who wanted to write his biography — are now available on the Web as the result of a two-year collaboration between the Health Sciences Library and the Electronic Text Center.


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