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$5 Million Grant Boosts Darden-Curry Program for Education Leaders at State and District Levels
A $5 MILLION GRANT by the Wallace Foundation of New York will allow the University of Virginia Curry School of Education and Darden School of Business to jointly offer their varied leadership perspectives and expertise to create an unmatched training opportunity for senior teams of state and district education leaders, beginning this summer. Over the next five years, U.Va.’s Darden-Curry Partnership for Leaders in Education will provide training to three cohorts of approximately 100 leaders each, for a total of up to 300 participants from six states and approximately 24 districts. Leadership teams from Delaware and Indiana will form U.Va.’s first cohort. Full story.

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Obese Girls in Early Puberty at Risk for High Androgen Levels, U.Va. Study Finds

Obese girls in the early stages of puberty are at risk for having high levels of androgens, or male hormones, a condition that may lead to health problems later, according to a team of researchers from the University of Virginia Health System. The obese girls with higher testosterone may be at risk for adult polycystic ovary syndrome, according to co-author Dr. John C. Marshall, professor of internal medicine and director for U.Va.’s Center for Research in Reproduction, one of 14 such centers in the country. The researchers are currently investigating how obesity and high levels of male hormones might contribute to the development of adolescent and adult PCOS. Full story.

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Joe Campbell: Making Progress at the Speed of Light

This year’s appointment of National Academy of Engineering member Joe C. Campbell (above) as the Lucien Carr III Professor of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Virginia marked the beginning of a new era for scientific research at U.Va. Campbell changed the face of the worldwide telecommunications network with his invention of a critical component called a high-speed avalanche photodiode, designed to change photonic signals into electronic signals extremely quickly, reliably and with very little noise or distortion. In coming years, researchers of Campbell’s caliber will lead the University to be a preeminent research institution in science and enginering. Full story.

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SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT:
C-Ville Weekly Clarification — 6/27/2006
Richmond Times-Dispatch Letter to the Editor — 5/24/2006
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U.Va. Celebrates 177th Final Exercises, May 20-21
U.Va. Unveils Schematic Design for South Lawn Project
U.Va. Leads Public Universities with Highest African-American Graduation Rate for 12th Straight Year
 
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Women’s Golf:
Arseneault Bows Out at Western Amateur in Quarterfinals

Women’s Lacrosse:
Nikki Lieb Named Player of the Year; Blair Weymouth Named Rookie of the Year


Track & Field:
Tomika Ferguson Finishes 10th at U.S. Nationals


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