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Carter and Warner headline ceremony
U.Va. employees care

State OKs parking garage
’92 bonds transformed Grounds
HR to implement payroll in Oracle Sept. 26
Nominations sought for Thomas Jefferson Award

Ayers paints realistic budget picture for board

Budget crisis at a glance
Research boosts economy
Why study war in 21st century?
On Ethical Grounds
Faith makes a good dad
In Memoriam
Hot Links -- State Governmental Relations
Bioethicist sees cautionary tale in clash of ethics, science
Vaccine holds meningitis cases to zero
Echinacea — Does the herbal cold remedy really work?
New chancellor installed at Wise
Events feature activists, authors, films and music
After Hours -- Green thumb comes with British touch

Carter and Warner headline ceremony

Former President Jimmy Carter and Gov. Mark Warner will rededicate the Miller Center of Public Affairs Sept. 23 in a private ceremony and reception. The event will celebrate the completion of the Miller Center’s $7 million expansion and renovation project.

The ceremony will unveil the Kenneth W. Thompson Pavilion, Scripps Library and Multimedia Archive, and the extensive renovation of the historic Faulkner House mansion.

Carter will give the keynote address and there will be videotaped remarks from former presidents Gerald R. Ford, George H.W. Bush, and William J. Clinton, as well as a letter from Mrs. Ronald Reagan.

On Sept. 24 at 4 p.m., Gen. Brent Scowcroft, former national security advisor in the Ford and Bush administrations, and former Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger will speak at a Miller Center forum being held at the new Darden Business School auditorium on “American Foreign Policy, Past and Present.” Among other subjects, Scowcroft and Eagleburger will address the debate about war with Iraq. This forum is free and open to the public, and parking is available in the Darden parking garage. Both the rededication ceremony and the forum will be webcast live from http://millercenter.virginia.edu.

 


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