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Dec. 23, 2004-Jan. 3, 2005
  • U.Va. Health System Appoints New Radiology Chair
  • 2004 Year in Review: Hereford Remembered as Part of U.Va.’s Past, Future
  • 2004 Year in Review: Governor’s Program Aims to Improve Public Education
  • 2004 Year in Review: U.Va.’s Highest Honor Awarded to Robert Scott
Dec. 22, 2004
  • No ‘Smoking Gun’ in Policy Debate on Firearms and Violence
  • 2004 Year in Review: Welsh Elected to College Football Hall of Fame
  • U.Va.’s Sweeney Lays Out Campaign Strategy, Vision
  • ‘Amorphous Steel’ Could Revolutionize Industry
Dec. 21, 2004
  • U.Va. Extends Early Decision Offers to 985 Applicants
  • 2004 Year in Review: U.Va. Affords Students a New Financial Aid Plan
  • 2004 Year in Review: Learning Abroad Provides Invaluable Experience
  • 2004 Year in Review: O-Hill Team’s A-Cookin’: Wins ‘Chef’s Challenge’
Dec. 20, 2004
  • Two Top Virginia Education Leaders Lend Support to Charter
  • 2004 Year in Review: Adjusting Biological Clocks for Travel in Outer Space
  • 2004 Year in Review: Patient Simulator Debuts at Nursing Open House
  • 2004 Year in Review: Making a Difference in the Lives of Refugees
Dec. 17-19, 2004
  • American Democracy Conference Takes Aim at 2004 Election
  • Mark Your Calendar: U.Va. to Host Legislative Forum Set for Jan. 7
  • U.Va.’s Gillen Trades in Basketball for Bells
Dec. 16, 2004
  • Architecture Students Seeking to Preserve Community Landmark
  • Art Museum to Close for Break; Access Limited Next Week
  • Law School Dean Pays Tribute to Affirmative Action’s Unlikely Hero
Dec. 15, 2004
  • McIntire Covers the Globe: School Strengthening Its International Presence
  • Cavalier Daily’s New Publication, ‘The Future,’ Follows U.Va.’s Destiny
  • Judging Jackie Kennedy: Lifelong Fascination Inspires New Book on First Lady’s Triumphs
Dec. 14, 2004
  • Analysis Offers Explanation as to How Streams Build Resistance Against Acid Rain’s Toxic Effects
  • The Clock is Ticking: Deadline for Turning in CVC Pledges is Tomorrow
  • Whiteness Exhibit Initiates Discussion on Race Relations
Dec. 13, 2004
  • Nearly $1 Million in Grants Allocated for Low-Income Students Across Virginia
  • Hospital Geography May Explain Racial Disparities in Medical Treatment
  • New Book by U.Va.’s Charles Marsh Examines ‘Christian Left’s’ Pursuit of Social Justice
Dec. 10-12, 2004
  • New Library an Invaluable Asset to U.Va. and Beyond
  • Let Your Creative Juices Flow: Creative Writing Contest Now Under Way
  • U.Va. Seeks Salvation for Blue Ridge Hospital Property
Dec. 9, 2004
  • Booth’s New Book Traces the Long History of Stories About Women; Questions How Such Records Get Lost
  • Diversity Issues Dominate Faculty Senate Discussion
  • Prettyman: The Man Behind the Scenes of Brown
Dec. 8, 2004
  • U.Va.’s Miller Center Embarks on Oral History Project Showcasing the Life of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy
  • Lend a Helping Hand: CVC Campaign Extends Deadline to Dec. 15
  • Lighting of the Lawn Promises a Spectacular Display
Dec. 7, 2004
  • Charting Charter: Codified Autonomy Compares Favorably
  • Everyone’s Doing It: Remix Is a Cultural Right, Says Lawrence Lessig
  • An Ounce of Prevention — On an International Scale
Dec. 6, 2004
  • Bowled Over: Some May Call Foul on Wes Colley, But He’s No Rookie When It Comes to Scoring
  • Cavaliers Bowl-Bound: Team Will Travel to Idaho
  • U.Va. Program Helps New Teachers Master the Classroom
Dec. 3-5, 2004
  • U.Va. Astronomer Thuan Uncovers a Baby Galaxy in a Grown-Up Universe
  • ICE Sponsors: The Core in McIntire’s Integrated Core Experience Program
  • The New Deal: U.Va. President John Casteen III Explains Why the University Needs Charter Status
Dec. 2, 2004
  • Gov. Mark Warner Encourages Virginians to Get Healthy
  • ADHD Expert to Discuss Drug Limitations and Using Other Treatments
  • U.Va. Center Sparks Dialogue on Race and Law
Dec. 1, 2004
  • Research Sheds Light on Underwater Plant Life Restoration
  • Don’t Forget Your Red Envelopes: Deadline for CVC Campaign is Friday
  • Managers Greet Patients and Families: Program Enhances U.Va. Health System’s Comfort Zone
Nov. 30, 2004
  • U.Va. Training in Biomedical Ethics Lifts Physician Farhat Moazam to Leadership of Pakistani Center
  • U.Va. Bookstore to Host Sixth Annual Holiday Open House This Week
  • Cavalier Daily Cartoonist Makes Final Cut in MTV Contest
Nov. 25-29, 2004
  • Two From U.Va. Win Prestigious Rhodes Scholarships
  • Preliminary Meeting of Faculty Sustained Dialogue Group Set for Nov. 29
  • U.Va. Releases Statements Regarding Sexual Assault Policy
Nov. 24, 2004
  • New Driving Safety Laboratory Assesses Driving Abilities
  • Two U.Va. Scientists Recognized as Leaders in Science and Technology
  • Take Advantage of Cost-Saving Flex Spending Accounts: Open Enrollment Deadline is Dec. 3
Nov. 23, 2004
  • Learn to Juggle, Learn to Lead: Odahowski Teaches Value of Personal Insight, Clear-Headed Thought
  • ’Tis the Season for Giving: CVC Campaign Deadline Just Around the Corner
  • Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Assembles at U.Va.
Nov. 22, 2004
  • Health System Marks 15th Anniversary of Gamma Knife
  • A Man for the Season: Yee a Favorite Among the Pros
  • ITC Offers New Ways to Filter Out Unwanted Spam
  • U.Va. Employees Granted Additional Holiday Time
Nov. 19-21, 2004
  • Sinking Carbon in the Swamp: U.Va. Grad Student Examines Ecosystem From Different Point of View
  • U.Va. President Casteen Receives Most Prestigious Architecture Award
  • Discovery of New Metal Could Revolutionize Industry
Nov. 18, 2004
  • Study: Teens of Same-Sex Parents Develop as Normally as Those Raised by Heterosexuals
  • Juvenile Execution Likely to Be Banned by Supreme Court, Experts Predict
  • Drama Department Debuts Latest Production Tonight
Nov. 17, 2004
  • Health System Wins Grant to Develop New Type 1 Diabetes Treatments Using Islet Cell Transplants
  • New Faculty and Staff: Make Plans to Attend Tomorrow’s Resource Fair
  • Symposium Celebrates a Quarter-Century of Working for a Sustainable Virginia and Region
Nov. 16, 2004
  • Small Special Collections Library Dedicated; Small’s Donate Historic Exhibit
  • Mark Your Calendar: Next Charter Briefing Next Week
  • Hospital Open House Showcases New Operating Rooms
Nov. 15, 2004
  • ‘On My Honor:’ Report Spotlights Cheating Accusations
  • Lend a Helping Hand: CVC Campaign Aids Needy
  • Clean Water: Researchers Work to Develop Affordable Filtration System
Nov. 12-14, 2004
  • Conference Grades Education Goals, Educator Involvement
  • U.Va. President Casteen Reminds Students to Celebrate With Caution
  • Education Researcher Discusses Repercussions Caused by High-Stakes Standardized Testing
Nov. 11, 2004
  • U.Va. Environmental Sciences Professor Rethinks The Assumptions About Everglades Restoration
  • Alumnus Ross Kane Aspires to Find Peace in a Far-Away Land
  • U.Va. Health System Opens Cutting-Edge Operating Rooms
Nov. 10, 2004
  • National Ecological Observatory Network Being Planned
  • U.Va.’s Medical Center Armed for Flu Season
  • Student Funding Available for Art Projects on Grounds
  • U.Va. Extends Its Dialysis Services to Lynchburg Area
Nov. 9, 2004
  • U.Va. Researchers Discover Link Between Immune Protein and Longer Survival in Melanoma Patients
  • U.Va. Implements New Purchasing Guidelines
  • Ready or Not, Here Come Global Accounting Standards
Nov. 8, 2004
  • U.Va.’s Investment Management Company Names New CEO to Oversee Endowment
  • November is HIV/AIDS Awareness Month at U.Va.
  • Goals Becoming Actuality for U.Va.’s School of Nursing
Nov. 5-7, 2004
  • Large Binocular Telescope Provides Stellar Look Into The Depths of Outer Space
  • Mark Your Calendar: Next Round of Charter Community Briefings Set
  • Substance Abuse Awareness Week Nov. 6-13
Nov. 4, 2004
  • U.Va.’s Medical Center Stepping Up Efforts to Offset an Impending National Nursing Shortage
  • U.Va. Medical Center’s Blood Drive Will Include Bone Marrow Donations
  • For Poet Rita Dove, Life’s Journeys Inspire Her Soul
Nov. 3, 2004
  • U.Va. Health System Once Again Named One of the Top 100 Cardiovascular Hospitals in America
  • Contemporary Thought Forum Begins This Week
  • New, Exciting Course Options Available Come January
Nov. 2, 2004
  • University’s Miller Center Receives $2 Million Gift
  • U.Va. Raises Minimum Wage to $8.62 Per Hour
  • Experts Inform Public About the Presidency and Politics
Nov. 1, 2004
  • U.Va.’s Philip Zelikow Commended for Work Well Done; 9/11 Report a National Book Award Finalist
  • Aylor Named Interim Dean of Engineering
  • U.Va.’s First-Ever Afropop Festival Proves Successful
Oct. 29-31, 2004
  • U.Va. Engineer Working to Replace Petroleum With Carbohydrates in the Chemical Industry
  • Open Enrollment for Benefits is Nov. 1-Dec. 3
  • Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign Kicks Off Nov. 1
Oct. 28, 2004
  • U.Va. Health System Acquires New Cancer Treatment
  • Lecturers to Discuss Top Issues in Education Today
  • U.Va. Faculty Forming Sustained Dialogue Group
Oct. 27, 2004
  • More U.Va. Health System Doctors Added to This Year’s List of America’s Top Doctors
  • Faculty Senate Discusses Undergrad Research, Charter and Benefits
  • Symposium to Address Virginia’s Mountain Streams
Oct. 26, 2004
  • Scott Receives U.Va.’s Highest Honor; Gies Gives Fall Convocation Address
  • Writer and Professor Douglas Day Made His Mark on the University
  • Stalking is a Crime; University Police Urge Victims to Report Incidents Promptly
Oct. 25, 2004
  • Law Professor Robert E. Scott Receives the Thomas Jefferson Award, U.Va.’s Highest Honor
  • HP is the Newest Partner to Join U.Va.’s Unique Educational Collaboration
  • Program Celebrates 40 Years of Making International Students Feel at Home
Oct. 22-24, 2004
  • U.Va.’s College at Wise Celebrates 50 Years; Smiddy Keeps Board of Visitors in Tune
  • Encouraging the Youth Vote: Nationwide Mock Election Under Way
  • Area Seventh-Graders Take a Look at Career Options
Oct. 21, 2004
  • Two U.Va. Physicians Elected to the Prestigious National Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Medicine
  • ‘Whiteness’ Exhibit to Open Its Only East Coast Showing on Oct. 23
  • Taking Stock of Virginia Mountain Streams
Oct. 20, 2004
  • Fall Convocation Oct. 22 Opens U.Va.’s Family Weekend
  • FDR’s Determination Led to Creation of U.N.
  • Taking the Pulse of the People on National, Global Matters
Oct. 19, 2004
  • Employees to See Changes to Their Benefits; University Health Coverage Will Expand
  • New York Times Columnist, Others to Discuss Election
  • New Incentive Program Recognizes Its First Winner
Oct. 18, 2004
  • Virginia Film Festival Examines Reel ‘Speed’
  • Diversity Career Day Propels Students Into the Employment Realm
  • Virginia Film Society Brings ‘Re-Imagining Ireland’Documentary to the Big Screen
Oct. 15-17, 2004
  • University Presidents Make the Case for Charter
  • Save the Date: Charter Community Briefings Scheduled for Next Week
  • Outdoor Classrooms Take Shape at Architecture School
Oct. 14, 2004
  • U.Va. Health System Researchers Unravel a Central Mystery of How Hearing Happens
  • Get in Touch With Your Creative Side: Enter the Writer’s Eye Competition
  • Nobel Prize-Winning Biological Chemist Peter Agre Lectures to U.Va. Community
Oct. 13, 2004
  • Music Department Presents Five-Day Afropop Festival
  • Virginia Museum of Natural History to Close Charlottesville Branch
  • Research Dinner Showcases Undergraduate Projects
Oct. 12, 2004
  • Zintl Leadership Award Goes to Wittenborg
  • Speaker Argues That Iraq War is Unjust
  • U.Va. Reserves Flu Vaccine for Neediest
  • Professor Compares Art Across Cultures
Oct. 11, 2004
  • Wrongly Convicted, Bloodsworth Urges DNA Testing
  • Athletic Department Holding Basketball Ticket Lottery Through Oct. 15
  • Tuesday Evening Concert Series Opens Season With Famed Europa Galante Baroque Orchestra
Oct. 8-10, 2004
  • U.Va. Health System Receives $5 Million Grant for Targeting Development of Leukemia Drug
  • Documentary on Breast Cancer Premieres at U.Va.
  • U.Va. Center Working to Alleviate Diseases of Poverty
Oct. 7, 2004
  • Health System Study Shows Cat Disease Gene to Be One Key Factor to Healthy Blood in Humans
  • U.Va.'s Center for Politics Succeeds in Surpassing Goal of 2,004 New Voters
  • Karin Wittenborg Named Zintl Leadership Award Winner
Oct. 6, 2004
  • Actor Sean Patrick Thomas Stars in Campaign to Promote U.Va.'s Innovative Financial Aid Plan
  • Nobel Prize-Winning Biological Chemist Peter Agre to Speak
  • Parking Will Be Limited for Tomorrow's Football Game
Oct. 5, 2004
  • BOV, Casteen Give Full Commitment to Diversity Report
  • Pulitzer Prize-Winner Garry Wills to Speak at Law School Tomorrow
  • Ann Lee Brown Gives $10.5 Million to the University
Oct. 4, 2004
  • Casteen, BOV Review Final Diversity Report
  • Kromkowski: Solving the Puzzle of Participation
  • ‘Professors as Writers’ Program to Begin Oct. 6
  • U.Va. to Host Legislative Forum on Higher Education
Oct. 1-3, 2004
  • Frank Hereford’s Half-Century: Former President Remembered as Link Between U.Va.’s Past and Future
  • Athletics Department Holding Basketball Lottery Through Oct. 15
  • Nursing School Establishes Rural Health Care Effort
Sept. 30, 2004
  • Dolley Madison Digitized: U.Va. Press Launches First Electronic Imprint
  • U.Va.’s Center for Politics to Hold MTV’s ‘Choose or Lose’ Youth Vote Seminar
  • U.Va. Drama Department Opens 2004-2005 Season With Comedic Classic ‘Private Lives’
Sept. 29, 2004
  • Microsoft Joins Partnership to Improve Public Education
  • People With Dementia: Who Decides Whether or Not They Should Vote
  • Employees Lend a Helping Hand During Day of Caring
Sept. 28, 2004
  • Noted Scholar and Former Thomas Jefferson Award Recipient to Speak at U.Va.’s Fall Convocation Oct. 22
  • U.Va. to Host Forum on Finding and Succeeding at a Job in the Political Arena
  • Faculty Senate Explores Collaborations at Retreat
Sept. 27, 2004
  • Meyers Gives $22 Million Gift to the University’s Curry School of Education
  • Adjusted Gross Income for Married Couples in Virginia is on Downslide
  • Fraser Addresses Awardees at NSF Ceremony
Sept. 24-26, 2004
  • Top National Cancer Researcher Chosen as New Head of U.Va. Health System’s Oncology Division
  • Adjusted Gross Income for Married Couples in Virginia is on Downslide
  • U.Va.’s ROTC Divisions Pay Tribute to Fallen Comrade
Sept. 23, 2004
  • Frank L. Hereford Jr., Fifth President of the University of Virginia, Dies at Age 81
  • Historic Preservation Expert to Speak at U.Va. School of Architecture
  • Walking May Thwart Dementia in Elderly Men, According to a New Study by U.Va. Researcher
Sept. 22, 2004
  • Two U.Va. Scientists Ranked Among the World’s Top Young Innovators
  • U.Va.’s Rita Dove Named Poet Laureate of Virginia
  • Deadline for TJ Award Nominations Fast Approaching
Sept. 21, 2004
  • University Introduces New Diplomat Scholars Program
  • Journalist Bob Woodward to Lecture at U.Va.About Motives for the Iraq War
  • Obesity Lawsuits Duplicate Strategegy of Tobacco Torts
Sept. 20, 2004
  • University Lays Out Details of Commonwealth Chartered Universities and Colleges Initiatives
  • Organization Looking for Volunteers in Case of Large-Scale Emergency
  • On-Grounds Police Training Convenient, Economical
Sept. 17-19, 2004
  • A New Formula for Higher Education: Commonwealth Charter Initiative Detailed
  • Community Briefings on Commonwealth Charter Status Set for Next Week
  • Pioneering Alumnus James Trice Shares His Leadership, Experience and Business Sense
Sept. 16, 2004
  • Innovative Short-Term Therapy and Medication Combo Cures Chronic Depression
  • Cast Your Vote: U.Va.’s Center for Politics Hosts National Symposium
  • Jefferson In and Out: A Look at Cultural Influences
Sept. 15, 2004
  • U.Va.’s Sandridge Seeks to Reassure Wary Employees During Briefing
  • Alumnus James Trice Shares His Experiences
  • New Theory of Corrosion Shows Rust Spots Don’t Grow Alone
Sept. 14, 2004
  • U.Va. Works to Repair Damage to Seats in Scott Stadium
  • New Book Explores Lessons and Rituals From the Women of the Bible
  • U.Va. Professor Nick Garber’s Highway Safety Efforts Pave the Way to the National Academy
Sept. 13, 2004
  • Personalized Support Helps Women Live Heart-Healthy Life
  • U.Va. Faculty Opinions Now Available Online
  • U.Va. Assistant Dean Daisy Rodriguez Brings the Asian-American Experience to Light
Sept. 10-12, 2004
  • U.Va. Outlines Proposal to Become a Chartered University
  • Community Briefings on Commonwealth Charter Status Begin Next Week
  • Robert S. Harris, U.Va. Dean of the Darden Graduate School of Business, to Step Down
Sept. 9, 2004
  • Can Prostate Problems Be Avoided? Screenings Important in Detecting Cancer in Early Stages
  • TJ Award Nomination Deadline Approaching
  • New U.Va. Athletics Web Site Features Internet TV Channel
Sept. 8, 2004
  • Job Prospects Strong for International Business Lawyers
  • Thirty Years Later, Tapes From Nixon Presidency Now Available Online
  • Remembering ‘Safety First’ Name of the Game for Kids During Fall Sports Season
Sept. 6-7, 2004
  • Medical Center Budget is Good, Operating Board is Told, During First Meeting of Year
  • Community Briefings on Commonwealth Charter Status to be Held at U.Va.
  • Intense Internship: Grad Helped With Report on 9/11 Terrorist Attacks
Sept. 3-5, 2004
  • William M. Shobe New Head of Economic Research Program at U.Va.’s Cooper Center for Public Service
  • Rust Spots Don’t Grow Alone: Research Outlines New Theory of Corrosion
  • Kerry’s Daughter Brings Campaign to U.Va.
Sept. 2, 2004
  • New Pacemaker Makes National Debut at Health System
  • Web Site Offers Updates on the Political Forecast of the Presidential Race
  • U.Va. Faculty Opinions Now Available Online
Sept. 1, 2004
  • U.Va. Adjusts to New Federal Labor Regulations: At Least 333 More Positions Subject to Overtime
  • U.Va.’s Hillel Foundation Appoints Brian Cohen
  • Cervical Cancer Can Sometimes Be Hard to Detect
Aug. 31, 2004
  • Police Appeal to Public for Information in Wake of Recent Attack by Serial Rapist
  • U.Va. Employees Can Look Up Benefits on the Web
  • Looking for Something in Particular? EBay Fanatic Julia Wilkinson Can Help You Find It
Aug. 30, 2004
  • Metal Breakthrough Getting Attention from Manufacturers, Military
  • New Health System Web Site Offers
    Health-Care Facts
  • Library Helps Seniors Become Computer-Savvy
Aug. 27-29, 2004
  • Brace Yourselves: Students Return to Grounds This Weekend
  • Now Opening: 'The Museum: Conditions and Space'
  • Astronomy Professor Tracks Baby Universe's First Cries
Aug. 26, 2004
  • Three Years in the Making, Library Unveils New Special Collections Facility
  • Art Museum to Host Sunday 'Docent Conversation' Series
  • Law Students Assess Labor in Jordan
Aug. 25, 2004
  • Garber's Highway Safety Efforts Pave the Way to the Prestigious National Academy of Engineering
  • New Foundation Streamlines Giving to Health System
  • Law School Show Keeps Art 'All in the Family'
Aug. 24, 2004
  • U.Va. Olympian Dawn Staley Larger Than Life
  • Feeling Stressed? Understanding U.Va.'s Mental Health Benefits
  • Survey Puts in Motion Plan to Preserve U.Va.'s Historic Buildings
Aug. 23, 2004
  • U.Va. Lures Internationally Known British Doctor to Head Psychiatric Medicine
  • College at Wise Cited for Grads With Least Debt
  • Art Museum to Unviel Three New Exhibits
Aug. 20-22, 2004
  • Despite Lagging State Support, U.Va. Still Among Nation's Best
  • U.Va.'s UK Fellow Takes a Hike Across Scotland
  • Holland at Center of Cavalier Sports Success for Three Decades
Aug. 19, 2004
  • Form, Function, Improve in University's Updated Homepage
  • Congressman Reflects on Partianship's Limits
  • Prof Applies Nature to Engineering
Aug. 18, 2004
  • U.Va Places 224 Student-Athletes on ACC Academic Honor Roll
  • National Leader Promotes Value of Humanities Education
  • Curry School Illuminates its Rising Stars
Aug. 17, 2004
  • Miami's Tomas Jimenez Tapped to Lead Athletic Department's Academic Affairs Office
  • Jefferson Exhibit Opens Year-Long Look at U.S. Culture
  • Leading Business Education: Darden's Future
Aug. 16, 2004
  • Bully for Him! Dewey Cornell's Project Effective; School Violence Declining
  • Class Helps Connect Science and the Human Side of Health Care
  • Jr. Volunteers Honored for More Than 4,500 Service Hours
Aug. 13-15, 2004
  • Who’s Gone Where: Many Departments Relocate This Summer
  • Local History, Bluegrass and Election Courses Top List of New Fall Offerings
  • Unique Class to Help Medical Students Connect Science With the Human Side of Health Care
Aug. 12, 2004
  • Virginia Lawmakers Convene to Discuss General Assembly
  • U.Va. Launches New Virginia Freedom of Information Act Web Site
  • U.Va.’s Library on Display: See Exhibit on Building the Library Through Aug. 27
Aug. 11, 2004
  • Noble Shore: Bridge Phenom Mastering the Real and Virtual Game
  • Local History, Bluegrass and Election Courses Top List of New Fall Offerings
  • Chemical Engineering Professor Roseanne Ford Chosen to Spearhead U.Va.’s Graduate Studies
Aug. 10, 2004
  • The Long and Winding Road to the Presidential Election: Will Bush Prevail a Second Time Around?
  • U.Va.’s Jonathan Moreno Chosen to Co-Chair Panel on Stem-Cell Research
  • “Summer Collage” Opens at U.Va.’s Art Museum Aug. 15
Aug. 9, 2004
  • Roundtable Institute Puts Business and Ethics Together
  • U.Va.’s Linda K. Bunker: Always an “Optimzer”
  • New Children’s Medical Center to Combine Services Under One Roof
Aug. 6-8, 2004
  • Good Medicine: U.Va. Volunteers Make a Difference
  • U.Va. Grad John R. Kiess Selected to Receive Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship
  • Matthew Burtner Unites Saxophone, Computer
Aug. 5, 2004
  • U.Va. Computer Scientist Develops Graphics Software
  • AICPA and McIntire: Making for 25 Years of Excellence in Education
  • Show the Community How Much You Care: Sign Up for Sept. 22 Day of Caring
Aug. 4, 2004
  • Hilary Bart-Smith Seeks Inspiration in Manta Rays for Vehicles of the Future
  • U.Va. Launches New Virginia Freedom of Information Act Web Site
  • Bob Marley and the Great Thar Desert: Peace Corps Volunteer Takes Bumpy Ride
Aug. 3, 2004
  • Systems Engineering Offers Accelerated Master’s Program
  • First National Retreat for Asian-American Poets to be Held This Week
  • New U.Va. Students Get a Taste of Being on Their Own
Aug. 2, 2004
  • University of Virginia’s New Home Page Makes Debut
  • U.Va. Retreat Designed for Leaders Who Need to Recharge Their Passion
  • Be “Stroke Smart:” If It’s a Stroke, Would You Know What to Do?
July 30-Aug. 1, 2004
  • Study-Abroad Program Gives Students Clearer Picture of the World
  • Exhibit Highlighting the Creation of U.Va.’s Library Now on Display
  • U.Va.’s Heritage Repertory Theatre Winds Down Season Featuring Four Plays
July 29, 2004
  • “Seed Wars:” The Promises and Pitfalls of Agricultural Biotechnology for a Hungry World
  • Understanding U.Va.’s Mental Health Benefits
  • Incoming Students Get Feet Wet During Orientation
July 28, 2004
  • U.Va. Historian Erik Midelfort Feted With a Festschrift
  • Show the Community You Care: Sign Up for Day of Caring
  • U.Va. in London: Study Abroad Program Expands Learning
July 27, 2004
  • Ragtime Musical Proves to be the Big Ticket to Heritage Season Success
  • Rehabilitation Center for Children Offers Care Centered Around Family
  • U.Va. Graduate John R. Kiess Selected to Receive a Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship
July 26, 2004
  • New Children’s Medical Center to Offer Families More Convenience
  • Former CIA Agent Discusses Her Life at ‘The Agency’
  • ’Hoos so Funny in Chicago
July 23-25, 2004
  • ‘Teachers for a New Era’ Work to Strengthen Education
  • Employees Can Review Their Financial Portfolio
  • Claire Kaplan Discusses Gay Issues
July 22, 2004
  • Spending It: MacArthur Fellows Recount Their Enriched Research
  • Terrorist Detainees Will Get Vigorous and Fair Defense
  • Research Support in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
July 21, 2004
  • My Favorite Course: Teaching Feminist Political Theory Invigorates U.Va. Politics Professor
  • It’s Time for Women to Get Personal With Assuring Heart Health
  • Thompson Passionate in Educating Public on Government
July 20, 2004
  • U.Va. Professor Patricia Spacks Serves Third Term as Head of Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • U.Va. Health System Staff to Provide Services for Free Medical Clinic
  • U.Va.’s Heritage Repertory Theatre Brings Performances of ‘Snoopy!!!’ to the Stage
July 19, 2004
  • Study Abroad Immerses U.Va. Students in the Spanish Culture, Tradition
  • U.Va. Retreat Designed for Leaders Who Need to Recharge Their Passion
  • Boarding in Britain: Challenging Program Allows UK Fellows to Teach, Learn and Play
July 16-18, 2004
  • U.Va.’s Terry Holland, National Figure in College Athletics, Steps Down
  • Exhibit Highlighting the Creation of U.Va.’s Library Now on Display
  • The Caribbean as Microcosm: U.Va. Professor Explores Its Connections Through Literature
July 15, 2004
  • Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction: Lessons Learned and Unlearned
  • Lifestyle Changes Prove Beneficial to Diabetics
  • AICPA and McIntire: 25 Years of Excellence in Education
July 14, 2004
  • U.Va.’s Moreno to Co-Chair Panel on Stem-Cell Ethics
  • Conference to Focus on State’s Legislative History
  • Pakzad’s Passion: Unraveling the Secrets of Elliptical Galaxies
July 13, 2004
  • IATH'S New Reality: UCLA's Frischer Steps Into Directorship This Fall
  • My Favorite Course: Politics Professor Lawrie Balfour
  • DUMBO Land is Fertile Ground for Double ’Hoo
July 12, 2004
  • Artist and Architect Sanda Iliescu Draws a Fiine Line Between Ethics and Aesthetics
  • American Academy of Arts & Sciences Taps U.Va.'s William Quandt
  • Heritage Repertory Theatre Debuts 'True West'
July 9-11, 2004
  • Chemical Engineering Professor Roseanne Ford Chosen to Spearhead U.Va.'s Graduate Studies
  • U.Va.'s Special Collections On the Move: Will Open New Doors in August
  • Miller Center Marks Mileston: Thompson Stepping Down
July 8, 2004
  • Married Life Not Always a Bed of Roses: His and Her Books Tell Thorny Tale of Marriage
  • Commerce Professor Masters the Art and Science of Marketing
  • TAG, You're It:: Product Makes Rounds, Emerges a Company
July 7, 2004
  • U.Va. Medical Specialties Ranked in 'Best Hospitals' Edition of U.S. News
  • World War II Revisited: Program Takes You on a Journey Back in Time
  • Virginia's Constitutional Experience Touches Countries Throughout the World
July 5-6, 2004
  • Network Honors Two of U.Va.’s Finest Physicians
  • ‘Amorphous Steel’ Could Revolutionize Industry
  • Incoming Class is Academically Stronger, More Diverse
July 2-4, 2004
  • Independence Day: A Celebration of Freedom, and the Voice Behind It
  • All About U.Va.: Web Site Takes You on a Tour of The Academical Village
  • A Walk Back in TIME: Special Issue Gives First Look at Papers Written by Thomas Jefferson
July 1, 2004
  • A Success Story: The Excellence in Diversity Fellowships
  • Fund Gives Support to Professional Initiatives Among Nursing Staff
  • Test Provides for Relief of Hard-to-Control Asthma
June 30, 2004
  • Hail, Colombia! Pedro Medina is a Man For All Nations, Empowering His Own
  • Back to the Books: How to be a Successful Adult College Student
  • On the Set of the University’s ER for Medical Students
June 29, 2004
  • Commerce School Profiles Some of Its Finest Leaders
  • Morsberger Named Associate VP for Health System Development
  • U.Va.’s Marcia Childress: Integrating the Study of Humanities Within Medicine
June 28, 2004
  • $10 Million Grant Gives U.Va. Research on High Blood Pressure a Boost
  • U.Va. Law Students Step Outside Classroom Walls
  • A Year in Scotland: Kirsten Beattie Takes a Moment to Reflect on Her Experiences
June 25-27, 2004
  • Immersed in Science: U.Va. Students Get Their Gills Wet
  • Show How Much You Care: Sign Up for Day of Caring
  • Meeting the Needs of Newborns, With Help From the Community
June 24, 2004
  • Archaeology Meets Art in Greek Vase Painting: Professor Brings Ancient Greek History to Light
  • U.Va.’s Special Collections on the Move: Will Open New Doors in August
  • U.Va.’s Heating Plant Gearing Up for Growth
June 23, 2004
  • Gov. Warner Committed to Improving Public Schools
  • ‘Ragtime’ Opens This Week at U.Va.’s Heritage Repertory Theatre
  • Maurice Jones Returns the Favor: Devotes Career to the Community That Raised Him
June 22, 2004
  • Poet, Scientist Katherine Larson in Pursuit of the Unconscious
  • Work Completed Ahead of Schedule: Roadways Open
  • Facilities Management Likes to Build Its Own Workforce
June 21, 2004
  • U.Va. Health System Consolidates Its Ear, Nose and Throat Services Under One Roof
  • Program Offers Defense for Safeguarding Kids Against Summer Heat
  • Levy’s Creativity, Leadership Make Lasting Mark on the University
June 18-20, 2004
  • U.Va.’s Outstanding Employees: This Year’s Chosen Lead by Example
  • Jonathan Finch Enjoys the Thrill of the Chase
  • Warner to Visit Virginia Turnaround Specialist Program
June 17, 2004
  • U.Va. Health System Awarded $6 Million Grant to Launch New Digestive Health Research Center
  • U.Va. Alumnus Honored With Presidential Rank Award for NASA Service
  • Gilliam’s Sense of Place: His Heart Belongs to U.Va.
June 16, 2004
  • Major Diabetes Procedure: U.Va. Doctors Perform First Islet Cell Transplant in Virginia
  • Preparing for Disaster: U.Va. to Host Hazard Mitigation Summit
  • Reunions Weekend 2004 Sets New Giving Records
June 15, 2004
  • Casteen, BOV Applaud Diversity Commission’s Plan
  • Board Discusses Faculty Hires, Science Initiatives
  • U.Va.’s Sweeney Announces Ambitious Plan to Raise $3 Billion in Campaign
June 14, 2004
  • Casteen, BOV Applaud Diversity Commission’s Plan
  • Heritage Repertory Theatre Opens Season With Lineup of Six Plays
  • U.Va.’s Institute on Aging Awards Research Funding
June 11-13, 2004
  • Casteen, BOV Applaud Diversity Commission’s Plan
  • U.Va. Leaders Invite Community to Attend Briefing Next Week
  • U.Va. Doctor William Knaus Remembers Ronald Reagan
June 10, 2004
  • U.Va. Sociologist W. Bradford Wilcox Studies The Impact Religion Has on Fatherhood
  • Playing it Safe During Water-Related Activities: Life-Saving Tips Offered
  • Lavahn Hoh Brings the Circus to Charlottesville
June 9, 2004
  • Learning Abroad: Gaining Invaluable Experience in Becoming World Citizens
  • U.Va. Art Museum to Celebrate 30th Birthday
  • Springtime Gardens Reap Benefits From Those Pesky Autumn Leaves Turned Into Compost
June 8, 2004
  • Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow: U.Va. Football Player Gives Up His Mane to Locks of Love
  • Health Information is Only a Click Away With New U.Va. Web Site
  • Local Youth Experience ‘A Day in the Life’ of U.Va. Students
June 7, 2004
  • Making Rounds Around Grounds: Nursing Student Life in 2004
  • Community Credit Union Marks 50th Anniversary
  • Virginia Film Festival Presents Screening of ‘The Notebook’
June 4-6, 2004
  • Changing the Face of Medicine: Three U.Va. Physicians Are Honored
  • Utility Work Necessitates Area Road Closures Beginning on Monday
  • Witness History as Venus Passes in Front of the Sun
June 3, 2004
  • Helping Humans Hear: Victoria Chiou Among Researchers Studying Sensory Cell Repair
  • Frischer Appointed as New Director of IATH
  • Gene Can Predict Prognosis for Bladder Cancer
June 2, 2004
  • In Celebration of Teaching: Top Faculty Describe Their Philosophy
  • Techno-Savy Students Want Meaning, Not Glitz
  • ‘Force for Change’ Relinquishing Reins at E-School
May 28-June 1, 2004
  • BOV Panel Backs Salary Supplements for Faculty, Staff
  • AFC’s New Addition Makes Its Debut Tuesday
  • Center Crusades to Protect Free Speech
  • Don’t Throw Out That Unwanted Furniture
May 27, 2004
  • BOV Panel Backs Salary Supplements for Faculty, Staff
  • U.Va. Researchers Unlock One of Red Wine's Secrets
  • Wrestler Calls for Youth to Get Involved in Politics
  • Program Focuses on Environmental Solutions
May 25-26, 2004
  • U.Va. Women's Lacrosse Team Routs Princeton for NCAA Championship
  • Long-Awaited State Budget Boosts Salaries, Base Operating Funds
  • Law Alumnus Howell Leads Delegates Through State Budgetary Shutdown
May 24, 2004
  • The Power of Complexity: Professor Brings His Ideas Into the Classrooms
  • VDOT Scheduled to Begin Paving Sections of Road
  • Concrete Repairs Slated for Scott Stadium This Week
May 21-23, 2004
  • Putting Your Best Foot Forward: Liz Dunn Examines the Hidden Benefits of Interaction
  • A Childhood Dream Come True for U.Va. Employee
  • Arab-American Makes Peace With Her Heritage
May 20, 2004
  • Seemingly Just as Fast as They Arrived, the Class of 2004 Says Goodbye
  • Haydn Wadley Named Inventor of the Year
  • Jill Nolt Revatilizes Her Hometown’s Main Street
  • Joe Jackson Bases Life on Relationship With God
May 19, 2004
  • Seemingly Just as Fast as They Arrived, the Class of 2004 Says Goodbye
  • U.Va. Staff Among the Traditional Students Who Walked Down the Lawn
  • U.Va., Microsoft, Thomson Collaborate to Deisgn New Instructional Tools
May 18, 2004
  • New U.Va. Study Provides Window Into Child’s Mind
  • Alyssa Lederer Promotes Public Health
  • With Sights Set, Sharlotte Bolyard is Flying High
  • Kurt Mitman’s Pursuits Motivated by Curiosity
May 17, 2004
  • New U.Va. Study Provides Window Into Child’s Mind
  • U.Va.’s Dr. John Jane Named Cushing Medalist
  • U.Va. Commerce Professor Mike Morris on Technology Acceptance: It’s Tough Stuff
May 14-16, 2004
  • U.Va. Bids Class of 2004 Farewell at Final Exercises
  • Darden Grad Hopes to Better Family Company
  • Pasha to Help Rebuild the Iraq Public Health System
  • Making a Difference in the Lives of Refugees
May 13, 2004
  • Students Leave Legacy of Building Relationships and Improving Race Relations
  • U.Va. Student Jeff Crane Studies and Tracks Stars
  • Treatment May Reduce Deaths Caused by Sepsis
  • Angela Caldwell: Defies Odds to Become Lawyer
May 12, 2004
  • Helpfulness Earns Three Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards
  • U.Va.’s Sabato Receives 2004 Capital Book Award
  • Track Athlete Overcomes Life-Threatening Illness
May 11, 2004
  • African-American History Visual Presentation Gets People Thinking, Talking
  • U.Va. Project Steps Up Efforts Toward Healthier Vending Machine Choices
  • Tradition of U.Va. Engineering School’s Senior Thesis: 100 Years and Counting
May 10, 2004
  • Comm School Grad Caty Price Trades Fast Lane for Slow Pace of Tonga
  • Academe Seeks Innovative Uses for Information Technology
  • Executive Ed Programs Provide ‘Take-Home’ Value
May 7-9 , 2004
  • Employee Joins Daughter in Class of 2004
  • Author: Women Are Happiest at Home
  • University Announces Outstandiing Employees
  • Gene Disruption May Prevent Type I Diabetes
May 6 , 2004
  • Interdisciplinary Class Asks Students to Consider What Matters
  • New Technique Helps Find Lesions in Lung
  • Minister, 52, Gives Up Pulpit for Nursing
May 5 , 2004
  • This Summer, U.Va.'s Archaeology Students to Scatter to the Ends of the Earth
  • DNA Databases Raise Tension Between Privacy, Public Good
  • Adult Education Grad to Study Adult Education
May 4 , 2004
  • U.Va. Study: Lower Doses of Antifungal Drugs Still Effective in Newborns
  • Darden, Curry to Lead State's School Turnaround Efforts
  • U.Va. Prepares for Finals Weekend, May 15-16
May 3 , 2004
  • Giving Voice to Trauma, and Listening Closely
  • Stan Henderson, Longterm U.Va. Law Professor, to Retire
  • Film Society Takes a Look Inward at Season's Close
April 30-May 2, 2004
  • U.Va. Center Working to Redefine Alternative Medicine
  • U.Va. Appoints New Associate Athletics Director for Compliance
  • Call for Nominations: Zintl Leadership Award
April 29, 2004
  • Agreement Allows for Transfer of U.Va. Graduate Credit Into Mary Washington College's MBA Program
  • U.Va. Health System to Host Health Gathering Designed for Women
  • Old Buildings on U.Va. Grounds Gain New Worth
April 28, 2004
  • Virginia Indian Tribal Leaders Convene for Meetings Hosted by the University
  • Darden Leads the Way in Information Technology
  • Harris to Continue as Academic Dean
April 27, 2004
  • New Vice Provost J. Milton Adams Sees Review as Engine of Progress
  • Examining What Makes a Good Admission Essay
  • Elder Law Clinic Serves Seniors — and Students
April 26, 2004
  • For Truman Scholar, Public Service Fires His Leadership Ambitions
  • Morsberger Takes Over Health System Fund-Raising Effort
  • EAN Boosts Administrative Assistants' Careers
April 23-25, 2004
  • U.Va.'s Board of Visitors Wants to See Results on Diversity Initiatives
  • Architectural Projects Bring Visibility to the Hidden Aspects of Cities
  • '04 Distinguished Alumna Napolitano Employs Different Kind of Leadership
April 22, 2004
  • New Book by U.Va. Sociologist Says Teenage Behavior Makes Sense
  • U.Va. Awards Dissertation-Year Fellowships to Five
  • Don't Worry, Get Screened: Colon Cancer is Preventable
April 21, 2004
  • Blackburn Named Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor at U.Va.'s College at Wise
  • U.Va. Gives Out First-Ever 'Double-Hoo' Research Awards to Students
  • Bowen Urges the Expansion of Affirmative Action
April 20, 2004
  • New Plan Guarantees Students On-Grounds Housing
  • U.Va. Wins Grant to Study Gene Linked to Diabetes
  • Aerospace Institute Becoming a Reality in Hampton
April 19, 2004
  • Four U.Va. Undergraduates Chosen as Winners of Goldwater Scholarships
  • Take a Walk on the Beautiful Side: U.Va. Opens Pavilion Gardens
  • National Physics Day Show Set for April 21 at U.Va.
April 16-18, 2004
  • Casteen’s Annual Talk Assures U.Va. Community: Amidst Uncertain Times, U.Va. Will Carry On
  • U.Va. Board of Visitors Approves Tuition and Fee Increases for 2004-05
  • Pituitary Center Brings Life-Changing Treatment to Many
April 15, 2004
  • Research Finds Serious Health Consequences Associated With Alcohol and College Students
  • Virginia’s Native Voices: Indian Tribues Struggle to Gain Federal Recognition
  • Women’s Center to Honor Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano
April 14, 2004
  • Grossman Enters New World of Responsibility
  • U.Va. Studies Treatments for Preventing Obesity-Related Diabetes in Kids
  • Nobel Prize-Winning Poet Seamus Heaney Scheduled to Read at U.Va. April 19
April 13, 2004
  • Long Time U.Va. Leader, Ernie Ern, to Become Interim Chancellor of U.Va.’s College at Wise
  • U.Va.’s Faculty Senate Urges Students to Reject Lying and Cheating
  • Medical School’s Cats Save Infants’ Lives
April 12, 2004
  • Attic Contents Offer a Glimpse Into the Past Life of a World War I Nurse
  • New Method Devised to Study Membrane Proteins
  • VQR Unveils 2003 Prize Winners, Revamps Look
  • Center for Transportation Studies Kicks Off Series
April 9-11, 2004
  • U.Va. to Mark the 261st Birthday of Its Founder, Thomas Jefferson
  • Nikki Giovanni Scheduled to Visit U.Va. April 14
  • U.Va.’s Student Health Insurance Plan to See Cost Increase
April 8, 2004
  • Welsh’s Winning Ways Score a Spot in the College Football Hall of Fame
  • State of the University Address Set for April 14
  • U.S. Officials Ineffectively Addressed Genocide in Rwanda
April 7, 2004
  • U.Va. Students, Employees Give Back to Community
  • U.Va. Engineering School Alumnus Gregory Olsen Chosen for Space Flight
  • Shakespeare’s Comedy “As You Like It” Concludes Season
April 6, 2004
  • Jefferson Scholarship Winners Announced; 39 of U.Va.’s Top Incoming Students Tapped
  • Parking and Transportation Implement Delayed Parking Increases
  • Digital History Center Reaches Out to Virginia Schools
April 5, 2004
  • U.S. News & World Report Releases Rankings: U.Va.’s Graduate Programs Hold Steady
  • MRI Technique Allows U.Va. Researchers to Image Aortic Aneurysms
  • Forty-Five U.Va. Undergraduates Win Harrison Awards
April 2-4, 2004
  • U.S. News & World Report Releases Rankings: U.Va.’s Graduate Programs Hold Steady
  • U.Va. Students and JPA Residents to Join Forces for Community Clean-Up
  • After Review of Program, Littlepage Says Gillen’s The One to Lead U.Va. Men’s Basketball
April 1, 2004
  • Conference to Examine Where the Arts Belong
  • Fall Prevention Clinic Gives Elderly a Step Up
  • More Than 15,000 Apply to U.Va., Offers Extended to 4,724 Students for Class of 2008
March 31, 2004
  • Law Student Group Helps Low-Income Residents File Income Tax Returns
  • Candidates Sought for New Director of Student Systems Position at U.Va.
  • Samra Studies Education for Latino Immigrants
March 30, 2004
  • Research Week Showcases Students’ Work, Opens Doors
  • Information Technology: Why It Has Not (Yet) Paid Off As We Had Hoped
  • Black Maria Film and Video Festival Features Bold New Experimental Works
March 29, 2004
  • Feeling Blue? The Colorful World of Synethesia
  • International Law Influences How U.S. Handles Death Penalty
  • Post-Op Depression Common After Brain Tumor Surgery
March 26-28, 2004
  • Feeling Blue? The Colorful World of Synethesia
  • International Law Influences How U.S. Handles Death Penalty
  • Post-Op Depression Common After Brain Tumor Surgery
March 25, 2004
  • In the Spotlight, U.Va.’s Robert Fatton Offers No Ray of Hope for Native Country of Haiti
  • Upcoming Symposium at U.Va. Will Examine Politics and Theology
  • Staying Strong, Flexible While Pregnant
March 24, 2004
  • Roaming Rome, U.Va.’s William Wylie Focuses on Material and Light
  • Storyteller, Healer Martin Prechtel to Visit U.Va.
  • Flat Broke With Children: Welfare Reform Failures
  • Winners of Student Book Collectors Contest Named
March 23, 2004
  • U.Va. Library Collection Gets Emily Couric’s Political Papers
  • Reduce the Risk of Accidental Poisonings: Poison Center Offers Tips
  • U.Va.’s Gertrude Fraser Answers the Call
March 22, 2004
  • Raven Society Celebrates Its History: 100 Years of Distinguished Service
  • Gift Will Advance U.Va.’s Global Health Efforts
  • Degree Program Tailored to Meet the Needs of Adults
March 19-21, 2004
  • Putting the World on the Couch: Volkan Gets Sigmund Freud Award
  • Ayers Wins Bancroft Prize for His Book on History
  • Book Details Supreme Court’s Role in Ending Segrregation
March 18, 2004
  • Fighting Back: Political Arena Beneficial to Mental Health
  • U.Va. Law Symposium Examines the Detention of Enemy Combatants
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy: Weighing Out the Pros and Cons for Healthy Living
March 17, 2004
  • Put the Pedal to the Metal: Speed is Film Festival’s Theme
  • Nominations Sought for Annual Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards
  • Waking Dreams: Book Art and ‘Literary’ Art Meet in Art Museum Exhibition
March 16, 2004
  • Family Expert Charmaine Yoest Says Creativity, Flexibility Are Keys to Resolving Work/Family Issues
  • Deadline Approaching for Nominations of Outstanding Employees
  • See What It’s Like to Step Into Someone Else’s Shoes
March 12-15, 2004
  • Kaplant to Leave U.Va.-Wise to Become President of the University of New Haven
  • Proper Diet, Exercise Can Help Control or Even Prevent Type 2 Diabetes
  • Book Festival Celebrates Ten-Year Milestone
March 11, 2004
  • U.Va. Computer Scientist Incorporates Biological Concepts Into Programming
  • Nominations Sought for Dissertation Fellowship for Scholars of Jefferson
  • Guest Speakers to Talk About Values, Business, Leadership
March 10, 2004
  • U.Va.’s Faculty Senate Turns Its Attention to Honor System, Campaign Fund Raising
  • Learning the Hard Way About Heart Disease: Live a Heart-Healthy Life
  • IATH’s Digital Decade: Bringing Visions to Life
March 9, 2004
  • Cooking Up a Winner: O-Hill Team Wins ‘Chef’s Challenge’
  • Call for Applications for Pilot Research Projects on Aging
  • Bonnie: Imposition of Death Penalty Should be Narrowed to Fewer Crimes
March 8, 2004
  • Jewish Texts Offer a Guide to Interpreting Dreams
  • Study Shows Method of Protecting Chromosomes
  • Emery: Divorce and How it Affects the Children
  • The Decade Plan: Access, Service, Communication
March 5-7, 2004
  • Warner Appoints Three to U.Va.’s Board: Result is Most Diverse Governing Body Yet
  • Iran’s Outlook in 2004: Ramazani Discusses Issues Plaguing Regime
  • Cinccinnati Couple Gives U.Va. $2.8 Million; Creates Endowment for Art History Program
March 4, 2004
  • Research Yields Benefits to Mankind, Marketplace
  • Health System Opens Cancer Center Addition
  • U.Va. Instutite Awarded Grant to Study Environmental Outcomes of Collaboration
March 3, 2004
  • Creating Rules for the Grid: Humphrey Works to Improve Security for Computer Users
  • Supreme Court Designed to Help Americans Make Democracy Work
  • Engineering School Launches Engineering Business Minor
March 2, 2004
  • ‘Kaleidoscope’ Opens With Community Celebration
  • Ethicist Urges States to Apologize for Forced Sterilization Policies
  • Leap Year Matches U.Va.’s Zip Code — 22904
March 1, 2004
  • Barcelona: City Rich in Architectural History is a Laboratory for Learning
  • Sandridge Gives Straight Talk on Classified Staff Concerns at Meeting
  • Dell Pond Nearing Final Stages of Completion
Feb. 27-29, 2004
  • Medical Center to Implement Changes Regarding Animal Use in Medical Education
  • A Pillar of Carr’s Hill, Barbara Jett Retires from Keeping House
  • Discovering New Life at the Bottom of the Sea: Students in Subs Find Sea Floor Alive With Color
Feb. 26, 2004
  • New University Map Comes in Two Flavors: Print and Web
  • U.Va.’s Medical Center Operating in the Black
  • Administrator Credits Mentoring in Career Success
Feb. 25, 2004
  • Brown Case Helped Eradicate Segregationist South
  • Fellowship Offers New Teaching Experience
  • PST Program Challenges University’s Top Students
Feb. 24, 2004
  • Building for Tomorrow: Construction Projects Forge Ahead
  • Justices Weigh Their Own Beliefs, Public Opinion, Klarman Says
  • Justice Stephen Breyer to Speak at U.Va. Public Interest Law Conference
Feb. 23, 2004
  • Drug Improves Driving Performance of Teens With ADHD
  • Legal Liberalsim Dead and Gone From Days of the Warren Court
  • Keeping Your Computer Cool: Skadron Looking for Ways to Beat the Heat
Feb. 20-22, 2004
  • For the Common Good: U.Va.’s Faculty are Committed to Serving the People of Virginia
  • University Art Museum Announces Winners of Writer’s Eye Competition
  • Crime and Punishment: Institute Probes Mental Health
Feb. 19, 2004
  • U.Va. Alumnus, U.S. Senator John Warner, Slated to Give University’s Commencement Address in May
  • U.Va. Study Shows That Real Income for Married Couples Dropped in 2001
  • Bolstering of U.Va.’s Science and Engineering Pivotal
Feb. 18, 2004
  • Yvonne Hubbard Levels the Playing Field, Aims to Make Education Affordable for All
  • U.Va. Study Shows That Real Income for Married Couples Dropped in 2001
  • Film Archivist Rick Prelinger Coming to U.Va.
Feb. 17, 2004
  • Diversity Panel Says New Position Would Institutionalize Changes
  • Faculty, Honor Committee Hosting Integrity Expert
  • Researchers Seek Real-World, Real-Time Results
Feb. 16, 2004
  • Board's Finance Committee Examines Tuition Increase
  • U.Va. health System Researchers Make Model of Parkinson's Disease
  • Tourng Monticello Via Virtual Reality
Feb. 13-15, 2004
  • U.Va. Board of Visitors OK's Relocation of Varsity Hall
  • A Return to the House Call: Kluge Gift Supports Home Health Care
  • U.Va. Drama Department Raises the Curtain for Latest Production, 'Les Blancs'
Feb. 12, 2004
  • The Truth About Euripides: Kovacs Translates Ancient Dramatist for Modern Readers
  • Protect Your Computer Against Viruses: ITC Offers Free Service
  • U.Va. Engineering School Hosts Open House
Feb. 11, 2004
  • Computer Model Can Accurately Predict Paths of Blood-Vessel Growth
  • U.Va. Health System Gets Approval for Mechanical Heart Failure Treatment
  • African-American Households Harder Hit by Marriage-Penalty Tax Laws
Feb. 10, 2004
  • Board Honors Goodwins for Their Commitment to the University of Virginia
  • U.Va.’s Darden School Foundation Names Ann Taylor Executive Director
  • Sophisticated Patient Simulator Wows Crowd at Nursing School Open House
Feb. 9, 2004
  • U.Va. Offers Bold, New Financial Aid Plan
  • U.Va. Health System Announces New Head of Vascular Surgery
  • Chinese School Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary
Feb. 6-8, 2004
  • U.Va. Offers Bold, New Financial Aid Plan
  • U.Va. Doctors Rank Among Nation’s Best
  • Adjusting Biological Clocks for Space Travel
Feb. 5, 2004
  • Use of Animal Models in Medical Education Under Review
  • The Science of the Vine: U.Va. Student Turns From Water to Wine
  • May Marks 50 Years Since Brown v. Board of Education
Feb. 4, 2004
  • Turner: Journey Continues for African-Americans at U.Va.
  • Noted Poet-Critic Alan Williamson is U.Va.’s Rea Visiting Writer
  • Researcher Wins Grant, Award for Insulin Gene Research
Feb. 3, 2004
  • U.Va. Study Shows Paid Leave for New Parents a Rarity in Academia
  • Medicare Bill Has Gaps, Surprises, Massaro Says
  • Building on Our Legacy: Years of Planning Lead Us on a Path of Transformation
Feb. 2, 2004
  • U.Va. Employees Give Generously to Help Community
  • Study Shows Its Tougher to be Unemployed in Virginia Than Elsewhere
  • Jonathan Haidt Wins State Faculty Award
Jan. 30-Feb. 1, 2004
  • University Students Are Driving Force Behind Area’s Real Estate Market
  • U.Va.’s Mini-med School Accepting Applications Through Feb. 27
  • U.Va. Celebrates African-American History Month
Jan. 29, 2004
  • Material Girl in a Material World: Maurie McInnis Studies the Stuff of Everyday Life
  • Teaching + Technology Applications Due Feb. 9
  • Theodore Roosevelt’s Era and the Beginning of the Modern Presidency
Jan. 28, 2004
  • U.Va. Online Project Examines History of Gender Roles in China
  • U.Va.’s New Bone Disease Clinic Welcomes Patients
  • U.Va. Alumnus, Professional Football Player Tiki Barber to Speak at Valediction
Jan. 27, 2004
  • Finding Answers Raises New Questions: Human Biology Program Offers Perspective
  • First Lady of Virginia Lisa Collis to Speak at U.Va. Next Month
  • Raising the Bar: African-American Affairs Office Offers Study Hall to First-Year Students
Jan. 26, 2004
  • BOV Meeting Focuses on New and Renovated Facilities
  • Should Courts Make Gay Marriages Legal?
  • M. Rick Turner: Revisiting Racial Diversity
Jan. 23-25, 2004
  • Online COMPASS Makes for Hassle-Free Room Reservations
  • Inflammation Believed to Cause Arterial Constriction
  • Looking Forward: Can the United States Shape a New Iraq?
Jan. 22, 2004
  • U.Va.’s Basketball Band Scores Its First Victory at Gametime Debut
  • Researcher and Chair of Molecular Physiology Department Dies
  • Athletics and Academia the Focus of U.Va. Faculty Senate Meeting
Jan. 21, 2004
  • The Student Experience: Challenges Bring Rewards
  • Hidden Power: Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Political Power
  • Research Shows That Drug Prevents Recurrence of Diabetes After Islet Cell Transplantation
Jan. 19-20, 2004
  • U.Va. Art Museum to Open ‘American Collage’ Exhibit
  • Deadline for University Seminars Program Proposals Due This Week
  • U.Va.’s Davis Parker Composing Magnum Opus
Jan. 16-18, 2004
  • Walker, Wilkinson to Receive Thomas Jefferson Medals
  • Applicants Sought for 2004 Faculty and Staff Undergrad Scholarship
  • ‘The Cremaster Cycle’ is Coming to U.Va.
Jan. 15, 2004
  • Darden School to Host First-of-its-Kind Ethics Initiative for Business Schools and CEOs
  • U.Va. Fourth-Year Student Tapped as Mitchell Scholar
  • Lifelong Care for Patients With Congenital Heart Disease
Jan. 14, 2004
  • Three Virginia Universities Look to Redefine Their Relationships With the Commonwealth
  • Armed With a Paint Brush, Crozier Captures Change on Canvas
  • Dick Gregory to Highlight Martin Luther King Celebration
Jan. 13, 2004
  • State Legislators in Favor of Slow Growth for U.Va.
  • Can the Spam: E-mail Filter Weeds Out Those Unwanted Messages
  • New Special Collections Library to Debut in Fall
Jan. 12, 2004
  • U.Va.’s Digital Tibet Project: Abundance of Material Available to Scholars Online
  • Fall Interviewing Season Proves Successful for U.Va. Law Students
  • Ensuring Safe Driving for People With Diabetes
Jan. 9-11, 2004
  • $250,000 NEH grant Enhances Spanish Language Teaching at High School Level
  • FDA Gives Stamp of Approval to Facial Wrinkle Product
  • Wearable Technologies for Aged Independence
Jan. 8, 2004
  • Love is Only the Beginning for Building a Family
  • Howell Shares State of U.Va.’s Medical Center
  • Class Helps Cancer Patients Regain Control
Jan. 7, 2004
  • U.Va. Health System Vital Partner in Central Virginia’s Economy
  • Medical Center Makes Top 100 List Once Again
  • Gordon Rainey Elected as U.Va.’s 37th Rector
  • Despite Fear, Faculty Not Leaving — Yet
Jan. 6, 2004
  • University Bestows Its Highest Honor on Justice, Architects
  • Blackford Remembered for Eventful Career
  • BOV, Casteen Appoint New Diversity Panels
  • ‘Re-Imaginging Ireland’ Brings Music, Drama
Dec. 24, 2003-Jan. 5, 2004
  • U.Va.’s Edward L. Ayers Receives the Nation’s Top Teaching Award (2003 in Review)
  • Petri, Mann Named Inventors of the Year (2003 in Review)
  • Program Helps Inmates Become Better Mothers (2003 in Review)
  • Study Shows Milky Way to be a Galactic Cannibal (2003 in Review)
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