March 8-21, 2002
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NEWS COLUMN
New committee to ID and resolve concerns
Provost, U. Relations offices are moving
No issue March 15

Former University rector appointed to governors panel
Senators OK plan
Researchers studying the complex process of tissue growth
Music faculty reach out to area students

Sounds of the wild are music to Shatin’s ears

At the Virginia Festival of the Book
Hot Links -- North American Growth in Cerebral Palsy Project
Lincoln personified ethics in politics
Budget Q&A -- second in a series

Provost, U. Relations offices are moving

The staff for the University’s chief academic officer, Gene Block, vice president and provost, will relocate from the AIMR building in Fontaine Research Park to Booker House by March 25. Booker House is across the street from Madison Hall where Block’s office is located. Phone numbers and addresses for the 15 administrators and support staff moving to Booker House will remain the same, including the two P.O. boxes.

Vacating Booker House will be University Relations, whose 25-member staff will be moving to another office building in the Fontaine park by March 18. They will occupy the second floor of the building that houses the development office. The street address will be 400 Ray C. Hunt Drive, Suite 200, but the P.O. box office and phone numbers will stay the same.


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