Sept. 23 - Oct. 7, 2005
Vol. 35, Issue 16
Back Issues
Harvey first VP & chief officer for diversity & equity
Casteen, Board's diversiity commitrtee condemn acts of prejudice

Rainey to lead $3 billion campaign

Darden: 50 years of developing business leaders
Letter to editor
Two professors plan to watch their former student rocket into space
Beta bridge art project counters intolerance
Belanger wins MacArthur fellowship
Advisers coach student-athletes to compete in the classroom
University buses to run on biodiesel fuel
Student's vegetable-oil-powered car makes it from Virginia to Alaska and back
Rheuban receives Zintl Award
The price of education


To the editor

I last wrote to Inside UVA when I heard that Mr. Gillen received a $2 million buyout from the University. I now write since I have heard that Mr. Groh, who I am sure is an honorable man, is receiving an annual salary of $1.7 million (and am assured that this is the going rate).
As a mere member of the faculty of the University of Virginia for 25 years, I find these sums, well, nauseating — and I don’t care what “the going rate” may be. Two million dollars endows a chaired professorship in the lowly College of Arts & Sciences. The University could not make clearer where its priorities are.
Jenny Strauss Clay, Professor of Classics


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