This is an archived issue of U.Va. Top News Daily. Click HERE to return to the current issue.
Make this page my homepage
graphic UVA logo
UVA Top News Daily
Monday,
Dec. 20, 2004
Click for Charlottesville, Virginia Forecast
Access U.Va.
Headline News
Ongoing Stories
Calendar
Things to Do
Cavalier Daily
Inside UVA
Publications
News Releases
News Releases
UVA NewsMakers
News Sources
Special Reports
Search
Contact Us

 

U.Va. Extends Early Decision Offers to 985 Applicants

U.Va. studentsFOR 985 EARLY DECISION applicants, the mailbox recently held a present of sorts. Last month, U.Va. officially offered the applicants a spot in the Class of 2009 — 42.5 percent of those who applied this year, in comparison to last year’s 39.3 percent. Under early admission, applicants receive early action on their applications in exchange for a pledge to attend U.Va. if they are accepted. Out-of-state applicants made up 33.1 percent of the pool; minority groups or those who declined to specify their ethnicity accounted for 24.2 percent. The deadline to apply for the regular admission process is Jan. 2. Full story.

U.Va. News Services/Photo: Andrew Shurtleff

 

The University Relations staff would like to share with Top News Daily readers stories of particular interest from throughout 2004.

outer space
Adjusting Biological Clocks for Travel in Outer Space

The new year was met with two new goals for the space program — to return to the moon by 2020 and land on Mars by 2030. Human biology, however, is not designed for space travel. U.Va. researchers, including biology professor Michael Menaker, started examining ways to help the human body adapt to extended stays in space. Full story.

U.Va. News Services/Ran 2/6/04
   
SimMan
Patient Simulator Debuts at Nursing Open House

He’s nobody’s dummy. He’s SimMan, a learning tool introduced at U.Va.’s School of Nursing the first part of the year. The high-tech mannequin debuted during the Nursing School’s open house, where he wowed visitors with his sophisticated capabilities, including lifelike breathing, verbal communications and sudden illnesses. Full story.

U.Va. News Services/Ran 2/10/04

   
Wynn LeiLei Nyane
Making a Difference in the Lives of Refugees

Once a Burmese refugee, Wynn LeiLei Nyane has spent the last five years in America. Though Nyane is not sure of her place in the world, she is sure of one thing: Burmese refugees detained in refugee camps must be helped, especially the children. Nyane decided to pursue that challenge after her graduation from U.Va. in May. Full story.

U.Va. News Services/Ran 5/14/04

 
 

SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT:
Letter to the Editor of Business Week — Dec. 6, 2004
Letter to the Editor of The Virginian-Pilot — Nov. 27, 2004
CLICK HERE FOR MORE CORRECTIONS

 

ALSO IN THE NEWS TODAY:
U.Va. Releases Statements Regarding Sexual Assault Policy
Actor Sean Patrick Thomas in Campaign to Promote Access UVa
BOV, Casteen Give Full Commitment to Diversity Report


 
Web Calendar   Lifeline: Movement and Time in Prints, Drawings, and Photographs
Through Dec. 23, U.Va. Art Museum • Free and open to the public • Info.: 924-3592.
     
 

Inside UVA
is the University’s Faculty and Staff Newsletter.
Published every other Friday by the Office of University Relations.

Arts Center Tops New Building List

Why Charter Status for the University?

Index page

Inside UVA
     
 
Jump to a University Publication
 
The Sccoreboard

Click any item below for more information.
The Scoreboard

Men’s Basketball:  
Loyola-Marymount Game Sold Out

Football:
Nine Cavaliers Honored at Football Banquet

Men’s Soccer:
Virginia’s Matt Oliver & Hunter Freeman Named 2004 NSCAA/adidas All-Americans

More Cavalier Sports News

 
 
Alumni News Magazine

HoosOnline
 
   
  Go to Previous IssueIndex of Archives
   
  Top News site edited and maintained by Karen Asher; releases posted by Sally Barbour.
Last Modified: Tuesday December 21, 2004
© 2004 by the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia