May 6 - June 3, 2005
Vol. 35, Issue 8
Back Issues
Leitao named 'Hoos first African-American head coach
Flagship universities must pursue excellence and access
Outstanding Contribution Award winners announced
Two-time university president rekindles love of teaching and scholarship
100 years since U.Va.'s first presidential inauguration
2005 Teaching Awards
Championing the 'F-word'
Well, well... Students' health tops University's concerns
Loud and clear; Gausvik says he's listening
Lyder blazes a busy trail at Nursing School
Researchers, environment win big in pollution cases
Documentary 'Rising Up' examines civil rights movement
Spring procurement vendor fair June 1
Iris: 25 and hitting its stride


Outstanding Contribution Award winners announced

U.Va.’s Outstanding Contribution Award winners were announced last week, in time for Virginia Public Service Week, May 2-8, in which employees are recognized for their hard work and dedication to the state. U.Va. employees who receive OCAs excel at meeting the challenges of their jobs. They will be honored at a reception on June 15, along with U.Va. employees celebrating 25 to 50 years of service. University employees celebrating 10-, 15- and 20-year anniversaries will be honored at a ceremony on May 24 in Old Cabell Auditorium beginning at 1:30 p.m.

The University’s 2005 Outstanding Contribution Award winners are:

Rebecca Pace Arrington, University Relations
Clara T. Fortune, Arts & Sciences Dean’s Office
James Coleman Garmey, Internal Medicine, Endocrinology
Mary E. Lane, Engineering
Joseph L. Persinger, Facilities Management

Medical Center:
William Craig, Clinical Engineering
Beth Ann Dierdorf-Quatrara, Digestive Health/5 Central
Virginia Lee, Senior Services
Nila J. Saliba, Cancer Center
Audrey Elizabeth Snyder, Emergency Dept.
College at Wise: Pamela Potter


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