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


Lessons from a playwright

To be or not to be, that is the question. U.Va.’s Leadership Development Center is offering a new program — Leadership Lessons from Shakespeare — that hopes to help answer this question – and many more. On July 14, participants in the program will spend half a day at the Blackfriars Playhouse in Staunton working with Ralph Cohen, education director, and members of Shenandoah Shakespeare with the goal of exploring what Shakespeare has to teach about leadership. Aimed at University employees who lead departments, teams, organizations and groups, the program will focus on the power of language and how William Shakespeare approached leadership. After the session, participants are invited to stay for an evening performance of Hamlet. Registration ends on July 1; for more information contact Krista Weih at 924-0997 or klw5z@virginia.edu.


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