March 18- 31, 2005
Vol. 35, Issue 5
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IN THIS ISSUE
Employees flock to educational benefits fair
Governor taps three new members, re-appoints Farrell
Robbins wins Luce
Digest
Frischer puts reality into the humanities — virtually
Exploring ways to improve rural health
Students expected to wrestle with ethical development during undergrad years
Tai's study traces transition from student to scientist
Amalgam highlights graduate research
Payslips now only a click away
Museum acquires Hester Bateman silver
Office there to support survivors
Novelist of 'The Hours' to speak on March 22
Indian nations summit travels from Virginia Tech to U.Va. for new collaboration
Talujon percussion quartet to perform March 25
Embracing the 'Useful Sciences'
 

 

Indian Nations Summit Travels From Virginia Tech to U.Va. For New Collaboration


For the first time in its five-year existence, the annual Virginia Indian Nations Summit on Higher Education at Virginia will be held at U.Va. The summit, usually held at Virginia Tech, will run March 18-20, and will reflect a new partnership for U.Va. and Tech. The Office of the Vice President and Provost is working with the Native American Student Union, Virginia Tech and the Virginia Council on Indians to host public sessions throughout the weekend, some of which are part of the Virginia Festival of the Book. In addition, representatives from Virginia’s tribes will be meeting throughout the weekend to discuss their educational initiative, Virginia Indians 101, a curriculum that will provide information about their history and current efforts. See www.vabook.org/program/flyers/ and click on Native American for a complete schedule of events.


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