June 17 - 30, 2005
Vol. 35, Issue 11
Back Issues
The plan's working
Board approves first phase of dormitory replacements
Renowed engineer joins U.Va. faculty
A new understanding of jet lag 
Pediatricians honored with award
Artifacts found on University property once belonging to free African-American family

Event offers opportunity to heal and remember those touched by cancer

New online collection features letters to doctors
Lessons from a playwright
Employees broaden their minds

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The plan's working: 'AccessUVa' is economically diversifying Class of 2009

In its first full year, Access-UVa, the University’s innovative financial aid program, is making its mark by increasing the economic diversity of the student body. Full story
Renowned engineer joins faculty
Joe C. Campbell, a renowned innovator in electrical engineering and nanotechnology and widely credited for having developed the modern-day detectors of laser light used in fiber optics systems in telephone and other telecommunication systems, has been appointed the Lucien Carr III Professor of Engineering and Applied Science. Full story

BOV OKs first phase of dormitory replacements

For the next 12 to 15 years, first-year students living along Alderman Road will have to get used to coexisting with a construction zone. Full story

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Kathleen Valenzi

Senior Writer/Editor

Dan Heuchert

Assistant News Editor
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Senior Writer/Editor
Anne Bromley

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Carol Wood

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Charlotte Crystal
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