July 12-25, 2002
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Research goals on track, despite roadblocks
Medical Center realigning work force
Iliescu’s art is metaphor for democracy
Great-granddaughter helps uncover mystery

Q&A -- Zelikow relishes Miller Center’s role

‘Ceiled’ up: Old photos found at Miller Center
Greece and Denmark are the destinations for the Human Resources’ annual employee travel programs
Drug combination knocks out colds
In Memoriam
Hot Links -- A&S Online
U.Va. Bookstore bringing Ethan Hawke to Grounds
Grainger’s year as Faculty Senate chair yields fruit in research, other key areas

In Memoriam

Robert M. Gottschalk, 73, of Charlottesville, died June 21. An international lawyer, he was the founder of the international trade conference at U.Va.

Eleanor Rosser-Devine, 72, of Charlottesville, died June 21. She worked at the University from 1971 through 1984, when she retired as office manager for the vice president and provost. She played a key role in the search committee that replaced former University President Edgar Shannon.

Edwin W. Pullen, 79, of Charlottesville, died June 23. He received his Ph.D. in biology from U.Va. in 1953, then began a 40-year career at the Medical School as professor of anatomy. He served as associate dean and director of admissions for 17 years. After retiring in 1991, he continued to teach for an additional four years.


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