Nov. 4- 18, 2005
Vol. 35, Issue 19
Back Issues
Pay raises
ROTC: Molding military leaders

Warner: Idealism, not cynicism

Gibbs wins Thomas Jefferson Award
Edmundson: Failure is good
Moreno elected to Institute of Medicine
Letter to the editor
Green, Hamlin and Hudson elected AAAS Fellows

2005 U.Va. holiday schedule
Flu shots given through Nov. 16

Rainey: Campaign will be 'defining event'
Peterson wins Lifetime Achievement Award
Researchers building terahertz spectrum device to study biological molecules
Students construct first ecoMOD house
Better voting machines
Scurry is new interim chief human resource officer
Algorithms with an edge
Math, 'Queen of the Sciences'
Fall drama festival
Street children in Kenya find homes
Wahoo space tourist Gregory Olsen to speak
Creative circle

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Pay raises
All non-probationary salaried classified employees rated as ‘contributor’ or ‘extraordinary contributor’ (nearly 97 percent of all classified salaried staff) will receive a 3 percent increase to their base salary, effective Nov. 25. Full story
Fall Convocaton
Stories on convocation see the following links.

Warner: Idealism, not cynicism
Gibbs wins Thomas Jefferson Award
Edmundson: Failure is good

ROTC: Molding military leaders
ROTC will hold a Veterans Day ceremony on Nov. 8 at 3:20 p.m.

Cadets from U.Va.’s Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, showed their appreciation for the sacrifices others have made defending their country and its freedoms.. Full story

Halloween on the Lawn

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