Feb. 15-21, 2002
Back Issues

Casteen renews funds
Gov. Mark Warner to give Finals address
Bookmark March 2-24

Employees form union
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways
Weekend doubleheader to open transformed baseball stadium

Off the Shelf -- recently published books by U.Va. faculty and staff

Correction -- Thermometers supplied for free
Debbie Ryan looms as a giant in women’s basketball
Hunter to head science, engineering libraries
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Scholarship applications for faculty and staff children now available
Hot Links -- Newcomb Hall’s Web site
Engineering annual open house Feb. 23

Gov. Mark Warner to give Finals address

It has long been tradition that Virginia’s governor address the University of Virginia graduating class at least once during his tenure. That tradition will continue May 19, when Mark R. Warner will give the keynote address at the University’s 173rd Final Exercises. “Many of his achievements — in business, philanthropy and public service — mirror our graduates’ aspirations,” said U.Va. President John T. Casteen III.

Warner, 47, received his his law degree from Harvard in 1980 and his undergraduate degree from George Washington University in 1977. His wife, Lisa Collis, graduated from U.Va. that same year with a degree in biology.


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