A story about U.Va.s Hispanic and Latino community
in the Feb.
28 issue of Inside UVA should have stated that Pablo Davis,
assistant dean of students, uses the terms Latino, Hispanic and
Latin-American, rather than favoring any one of them, in order
to be inclusive of various elements and perspectives in the community.
In addition, a quote attributed to him should have read, What
I think we are seeing in the United States, and at U.Va., is a
process of ethnogenesis, or birth of an ethnic identity.
story also should have stated that Ricardo Padron, assistant professor
in the Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese, was an undergraduate
at U.Va. from 1985-89, and the contrasts he observed were among
undergrads of that period and current conditions. He returned
to U.Va. as a faculty member in 1997. His references to Latino
students should have been to Hispanic/Latino students.
A brief in the Feb. 28 issue also should have read that the Killgallon
Ohio Art Professorship is being funded by William Carpenter Killgallon,
who attended the Darden
Schools Executive Program in 1976 and is now CEO of
the Ohio Art Co., and his brother, Martin, who earned his MBA
from Darden in 1972 and is now the companys president. Their
late father, William Casley Killgallon, created the popular Etch
a Sketch toy, made by the Ohio Art Co., in 1960.