July 26-Aug. 1, 2002
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Campbell addition OK’d
Bullying not inevitable part of growing up
Art museum expands membership benefits
Bats sing to University researcher

To the point -- with Chen Jian

In Memoriam
Hot Links -- Vice President and Provost
Sam Abell: The Photographic Life
Howard’s architectural legacy: blending the old with the new

In Memoriam

Mabel V. Pritchett, 79, of Charlottesville, died June 24. She was retired from the University.

Grafton W. Dillard Jr., 77, of Charlottesville, died June 26. He was a long-time employee of the U.Va. Alumni Association.

Helen Berkeley, 94, of Charlottesville, died June 28. A graduate of the U.Va. School of Nursing, she was a nurse at U.Va. Hospital and served with the U.Va.-based Eighth Evacuation Hospital during World War II.

John K. Haviland, 81, died recently. Haviland, professor emeritus of aerospace and mechanical engineering, was the last remaining American survivor who flew in World War II’s Battle of Britain and received the Distinguished Flying Cross for service in the British Royal Air Force. A scholarship has been established in his name.

Robert Wayne Couch, 43, of Palmyra died July 3. He was a former University Police officer.

Ferol Oliver Briggs Jr., 71, of Gordonsville, died July 6. He was a retired librarian at the School of Architecture.

Glennis H. Cosner, 65, of Crozet, died July 14. She had recently retired after 22 years of service on the staff at Human Resources.

Anne Bishop Smith, 87, of Palmyra, died July 14. A licensed practical nurse, she retired from the Medical Center in 1985.


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