May 10-16, 2002
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IN THIS ISSUE
U.Va. study reveals suburbs more dangerous than cities
Library acquires historic Cabell family papers, creates Web site highlighting the collection
Vendor fair set for May 22
Lyons named Guggenheim Fellow

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

Book puts architect’s work in focus
McGann receives first national award for digital humanities
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Interns to aid class tech projects
Milken Institute recognizes Turner
In Memoriam
Hot Links -- Summer Language Institute
Graduation weekend May 18-19
After Hours -- Edith Boateng-Conti

Notable

• U.Va. Health System art directors Diana S. Boven and Gail Hanchak were honored by the Richmond chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts for their work. Boven was noted for her “Heart Matters” invitation for the Heart Center, and Hanchak was honored for her work on the Cancer Center’s annual report.

• The Health System’s Dr. Mark Miller will serve as a team physician June 10 –25 at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. He will treat injured Olympic athletes and Olympic hopefuls training at the facility. He will also be a team physician for the Pan American Games and other international competitions.

William H. Sherman, associate dean of academics at the School of Architecture, has been named the first Mario di Valmarana Professor. The chair was created to support a scholar and practitioner to direct the Venetian Scholars Program, founded by di Valmarana in 1973.

Jen Hoffman, recruitment manager for University Career Services, received the Virginia Association of Colleges and Employers’ Professional Development Scholarship, an annual, $500 scholarship supporting attendance at a workshop, conference or other program to enhancing career-related professional growth.

Terri Moore, assistant director of career services, received the Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers’ 2002 Outstanding New Member Award, recognizing contributions and involvement in EACE within the first three years of membership.

Leslie Williams, associate director of career services, received the 2002 Edward A. Parrish Award for Multicultural Innovation, recognizing EACE members who made contributions to minority affairs and special populations.

Dr. Dan Theodorescu, Paul Mellon Professor of Urology and associate professor of molecular physiology and biological physics at the Health System, has received the first-ever Sidney Kimmel Symposium for Cancer Research Scholar Award for his research into bladder cancer.


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