March 1-7, 2002
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NEWS COLUMN
Dancers raise $112,000
Tap a great employee
Taking a break March 15

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
Basic research, collegiality on laureate’s agenda
In Memoriam
Hot Links -- Health System Web site
African clothing, past and present
Planning your retirement income

Tap a great employee
Deadline: March 31

If you know a U.Va. employee whose service goes beyond the call of duty, this is your opportunity to nominate him or her for an Outstanding Contribution Award this year. Human Resources will accept nominations until the end of March.

Award-winners are selected by a committee on the basis of contributions deemed significantly above and beyond normal job requirements and that may have enhanced internal or public regard for the services or work performed by the University.

Nominees must be non-probationary, salaried classified or Health System employees. Any U.Va. community member can make a nomination, but may not nominate him- or herself.

Established in 1987, the program has recognized more than 100 employees. Up to 10 awards are given annually, with a potential of five awards to employees in the academic division and five to HS employees.

Nomination forms are online at http://www.hrs.virginia.edu/linksforms.html. For more details, call Debbie Gausvik at 924-6263.

 


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