Oct. 11-24, 2002
Back Issues

‘Genius Grant’ winner to speak at Convocation
Family Weekend packed with activities
If you “cannot live without books”
U.Va. changes banks
Town-gown solutions forum
Faculty invited to minority career day talk
Board establishes professorships
Board names buildings
G’day, art lovers
Virginia gets ‘B’ in nat’l report
See with a writer’s eye
For he’s a jolly good fellow
Benefits open enrollment
Another bridge over technology divide
Back to his roots
‘Brain Food:’ Students serve up a most excellent lunch
Who’s minding grandma?
Your right to safety
Hot Link: Faculty experts guide
Exhibits highlight Chinese, European art
College goes to ‘Net for advising, registration processes
New INS rules snare international students
‘The Secret Museum’ to explore pornography
Non-profit fair set for Nov. 13
Student-faculty dinners begin Oct. 17
Michelango‘s art explored on Oct. 24
In Memoriam

Budget cuts implemented
Biggest gift ever
Digest/Daily news about U.Va.
Headlines @ U.Va.

Making every drop count

LBT group offers compromise
15th annual Virginia Festival of Film
A voice for Africa
To our readers -- redesign of IUVA print version
Wylie’s ‘Stillwater’ runs through Oct. 27
Basketball ticket lottery
‘Waltzing the Reaper’
Infrastructure not glamorous but a vital part of bond package

To our readers

Today marks the launch of a redesigned Inside UVA. It is the result of several months’ work that includes valuable feedback from more than 100 University staff and faculty members.

Collaborating with a nationally respected newspaper designer, the staff of News Services set out to create a more contemporary, lively, informative and easy-to-read newsletter to suit the busy lives of our readers.

Inside UVAOur goal is unchanged: to inform and enlighten you about life at the University. We strive to cover everything from the announcement of new benefits to the latest in cutting-edge faculty research. Readers should be able to rely on us to tell them about such key issues as budget cuts and tuition surcharges and what they mean to every member of the University community.

Speaking of budget cuts, several weeks ago we switched Inside UVA from weekly to biweekly. This change may result in fewer overall stories in Inside UVA – but not fewer stories being written. U.Va. Top News Daily, our on-line publication, will continue to publish every day, keeping you up to date with news and events at the University.

If you’re looking for additional ways to stay informed, we encourage you to become a subscriber of Headlines@UVA. This daily e-mail includes headlines from local, state, national and international newspapers reporting on the University and higher education.

The Inside UVA calendar will narrow its focus, selecting events with broad audience appeal. A poster with more comprehensive listings can be found on InsideUVA racks located at Alderman and Clemons libraries, the Rotunda and the U.Va. Bookstore. Complete listings also can be found online at www.virginia.edu/Calendar.

All of us in News Services hope you will let us know what you think of the new design and continue to send us your thoughts and ideas.

– Carol Wood
Director of News Services


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