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Craig Littlepage  
U.Va. Athletics Pledges $50,000 from Bowl Proceeds to Marching Band and Graduate Student Research

U.VA.’S DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS will uphold its tradition of academic support by giving $50,000 from its share of the Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl football game proceeds. For the second consecutive year, the money will be split into two $25,000 gifts — one to U.Va.’s Marching Band endowment, and one to the U.Va. Faculty Senate to support a graduate student fellowship recognizing excellence in teaching and research. The gifts will be announced by director of athletics Craig K. Littlepage (left) at tonight’s men’s basketball game against the University of Miami in U-Hall. Full story.

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U.Va.’s Teaching Resource Center to Host Diversity Workshop Tomorrow

As the diversity among U.Va.’s student body continues to grow, how can U.Va. make that diversity an enriching experience that improves student learning? U.Va.’s Teaching Resource Center will host a diversity workshop tomorrow from 1:30-3 p.m. in the Newcomb Hall South Meeting Room, where participants can share ideas and questions about how faculty and graduate TAs can engage all students, and what directions might be pursued in the future. Milton Adams, U.Va.’s vice provost for academic affairs, will moderate. All who teach at U.Va. are invited to the session, “Making the Most of Diversity,” for any part of the time that their schedule allows. Register online.

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‘Preserving our Past, Capturing our Future:’ Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Tonight

Martin Luther King Jr.To commemorate Black History Month in February, U.Va.’s Office of African-American Affairs will host nine events throughout the month. In collaboration with this year’s theme, “Preserving Our Past, Capturing Our Future,” lecture topics include black intellectual entrepreneurship and bridging the digital divide; strategies for paying down student loan debt and building wealth; the scope of advances for black women in the sciences; black neo-conservatism in the Post-Civil Rights Era; the implications of the “No Child Left Behind” education legislation; and the state of African-American affairs at the University. Civil rights leader and colleague of King, Rev. Dr. Albert Paul Brinson will give the annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration speech tonight at 7 p.m. in the Special Collections Library Auditorium. Full story.

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SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT:
Washington Post Correction — 01/12/2006
Associated Press Correction — 12/02/2005
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ALSO IN THE NEWS:
Ivy Foundation Gives $45 Million to Support Medical Research at U.Va.
U.Va. President John T. Casteen III Announces the Appointment of James L. Hilton as New Head of IT
Gov. Warner Announces Proposal for Major Spending on Research at Virginia Colleges
 
Web Calendar   The Face of Poverty: A Community Conversation
6 p.m., Univ. Chapel • Speakers: U.Va. and University of the Poor faculty, local civic leaders • First event in “The Persistence of Poverty: Four Community Conversations” series • Information: 982-2283.
     
 

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Cavs Win Second Straight ACC Road Game 77-65 at Miami

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Ohio State Holds Off Virginia Wrestling, 28-10


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