April 25-May 8, 2003
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Following the rules pays off
The Right Stuff -- U.Va. teachers honored for inspirational work
Graduate teaching assistants honored by Seven Society
Sundberg open house May 7
U21 plans first global education offering
Grad students pitch in
‘Foley’ to be performed and discussed
Important year-end dates
Learn about Muslim Americans
Re-Imagining Ireland

Learn about Muslim Americans

Engaging the Mind logo In America’s religiously and culturally diverse society, Muslims are newcomers and least known, but that has changed significantly since Sept. 11. Farzaneh Milani, associate professor of Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures, who also teaches in the Studies in Women and Gender program, and Abdulaziz Sachedina, professor of religious studies, will discuss “Imagining Unity: Muslim Cultural Diversity in North America,” May 1 as part of the “Engaging the Mind” lecture series. The discussion will be held at 7 p.m. at the Jefferson Theatre on the downtown mall. The series is held at locations throughout the state to extend the intellectual life of the University to Virginia citizens. The event is free, but seating reservation is encouraged. Call the toll-free phone number, 1-866-882-6887, or reserve space online at:


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