May 17-23, 2002
Back Issues
Speaking on the Lawn
Reserve a 2002 graduation video
Finding cultural identity in deafness and teaching
Six students get grad school boost

Collins takes on international human rights

Student first at U.Va. to win Scottish fellowship
Sullivan Award winners honored
Healing, unity student’s passions
Award also goes to faculty member
Graduates have been pillars of U.Va. student self-governance
College is time of spiritual, intellectual growth
Adult degree program graduates first students
Graduation: Did you know?
Nursing student answers
9-11 call
Students will have their day in the sun
Graduate rallies volunteers to bring arts to schools
Fifteen dozen cookies and a law degree
Wise student aspires to career helping students in higher ed
The beauty of Antarctica beckons, but graduate’s passion is teaching

Award also goes to faculty member

Law professor Earl C. Dudley Jr., a ’67 law alumnus, received the Sullivan award for a faculty or staff member. He joined the faculty full time in 1989 and served as associate general counsel of the University for five years. Dudley has worked closely with the Honor Committee for the past six years. In addition, he directs the Graduate Program for Judges.

The annual Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards are given to two fourth-year students and a member of the University community to recognize excellence of character and service to humanity.



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