Feb. 1-7, 2002
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U.Va. board hears grim budget news
Ayers reaffirms goal of first-rate teaching
New programs send students around the world

Programs combine U.Va. faculty, U.Va. credit, first-hand view of world

Pill-sized camera aids in diagnosis
Hot Links -- Virtual picture postcard
Faculty Senate creates new dissertation-year fellowships
In Memoriam
“Technology and the human person” series will explore though questions
Menaker to receive Zintl award
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff



Irene Rowland, 83, of Gretna, died Nov. 30. She had worked as an assistant manager for food services.

Mary Alice Cleerdin, 57, of Crozet, died Dec. 4. She was an assistant librarian at the Alderman Library.

Clarence Ashby Presley died Dec. 12., 2001. He was employed as building services manager for student housing, retiring after 20 years of service.

Vladimir R. de Dubnic, 78, of Vilemov, Czech Republic, died Nov. 4. He was a political science professor from 1964 until 1991.

Virginia Riley Hall died Dec. 24. She worked for 17 years for the University’s food services.

Frances Durham Goff, 80, of Charlottesville, died Jan. 7. She worked with Dr. George Cooper in the Radiology Department at the University Health System for 8 1/2 years.

Virginia Brown Shotwell, 86, died Jan. 8, at Virginia Beach. She worked as an LPN for 15 years at the Medical Center.

Margaret B. Loving, of Charlottesville, died Jan. 10. She was a retired housekeeping supervisor.


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