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School of Nursing Gets $5 Million for Education Building

School of Nursing education buildingTHE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA’S School of Nursing has been awarded a $5 million grant — its single largest gift ever — by the Claude Moore Charitable Foundation of Fairfax, Va., for a planned school expansion that will include a new four-story, 32,000-square-foot nursing education building. “We have envisioned this expansion for a decade. Each year we turn away qualified applicants due to a lack of space, at a time when the shortage of nurses is increasingly severe. The foundation’s gift toward the new building will truly transform the School of Nursing, not only providing more and improved space, but also enabling the school to expand its research mission, upgrade its clinical simulation labs and graduate more new nurses,” said nursing school dean Jeanette Lancaster. Full story, audio.

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It’s That Time of Year: U.Va. Employees Can Now Access W-2 Forms Online

U.Va. faculty, staff and students who earned wages in 2005 can now access their W-2 forms online. Printed copies of W-2 forms were also mailed to employees on Jan. 25. Access your W-2 form here, or click on the “Online Self-Service Payslip” link on the Human Resources home page. Click on “Enter Integrated System Applications Here,” then select the “Go!” button to access Production and Self Service. Use your self-service username — the same as your U.Va. computing ID — and password to log in, then select “UVA Employee Self-Service,” and then select “Employee W-2.” The online W-2 may be printed and used as a hard copy when filing individual tax forms. For questions, email payroll@virginia.
edu
or call 924-4350.

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U.Va.’s Chief Diversity Officer William B. Harvey to Discuss the Racial Climate in Higher Education
William B. HarveyWilliam B. Harvey (left) will deliver on Thursday his first public address since becoming the University of Virginia’s new vice president and chief officer for diversity and equity in November. Harvey’s talk, “Issues of Race at Predominantly White Institutions,” will offer a retrospective on the topic as a platform to think about where things stand and where progress needs to be made. Following his remarks, there will be a question-and-answer period and a reception. Creating the chief diversity officer position was the No. 1 recommendation of U.Va. President John T. Casteen III’s Commission on Diversity and Equity, after the group conducted a study last year to examine the social and academic cultures at the University.The talk, presented by the University Library’s Multicultural Issues Committee, will be held at 2 p.m. in the Harrison Institute/Small 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
 
Web Calendar   The Poverty of (Under) Employment: A Community Conversation
6 p.m., St. Paul's Episcopal Church • Speakers: U.Va. and University of the Poor faculty and local civic leaders • Information: 982-2283.
     
 

Curry
Celebrates 100 Years.

Magazine is published twice a year by the Curry School of Education Foundation.

A Century of Service

Reflections: Four Deans Look Back

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Swimming & Diving:
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Cavaliers Down Princeton and Old Dominion

Men‘s Basketball:
Cavs Fall to Blue Devils, 82-63


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Virginia Defeats Hokies in Commonwealth Challenge, 25-15


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