March 1-7, 2002
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IN THIS ISSUE
Budget: Where U.Va. stands
Budget Q&A -- First in a series
Disaster drill prepares local personnel for real emergencies
A message from Tony Motto, Energy Program manager

U.Va. planning future of Morven Farm, seeks guidance from community

Dave Matthews buys five Kluge farms
Monticello’s visitors boost local economy, study finds
Career Services builds new bridges to jobs for students
Students seek alternative job choices in tough times
A return to the nest? Parents getting involved in job searches
Basic research, collegiality on laureate’s agenda
In Memoriam
Hot Links -- Health System Web site
African clothing, past and present
Planning your retirement income

In Memoriam

Mary Alice Jackson Tyler, 73, of Charlottesville, died Feb. 12. She retired from the University Hospital as a supervisor in Central Supply.

William T. Tarrant III, 49, of Keswick, died Feb. 14. After graduating from U.Va. in 1974, he became an accountant for the U.Va. Health System. At the time of his death, he was working in accounting operations at Carruthers Hall.

Charles Julian Bishko, 95, of Charlottesville, died Feb. 17. He joined the faculty in 1938 and retired in 1977. In 1968, he received the Alumni Association’s Distinguished Professor Award and was a member of the Raven Society. He served as a consulting editor of various historical journals throughout the United States, Argentina and Spain. His accomplishments in the field of Spanish history were formally recognized by the Spanish government when he was inducted as a corresponding member of the Royal Spanish Academy of History and of the Academy of Fine Arts and Historical Sciences of Toledo.

Gary L. Hawk, 54, of Charlottesville, died Feb. 20. He came to U.Va. In 1989 and was an associate professor and director of forensic psychology at the Institute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy.


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