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Dec. 23, 2005-Jan. 3, 2006
  • State Budget Operating in the Black; Higher Education Among Priorities of Surplus Spending
  • Year in Review: Dr. Barry Marshall Wins Nobel Prize for Medicine
  • Year in Review: Rolling Stones' Fans Get ‘Bigger Bang’ for the Buck
  • Year in Review: Gov. Warner Announces Major Research Funding
   
Dec. 22, 2005
  • See the Ball, Hit the Ball: U.Va. Study Correlates Perceived Ball Size With a Player’s Batting Average
  • Year in Review: U.Va. Tops $300 Million in Research Grants, Contracts
  • Year in Review: U.Va. Becomes Home Away From Home After Katrina
  • Year in Review: William B. Harvey to Lead U.Va.’s Diversity Initiatives
   
Dec. 21, 2005
  • U.Va. Becomes Academic Sponsor for Semester at Sea
  • Public Invited to Attend Today’s Legislative Forum
  • Varsity Hall Move Clears Way for New Construction
  • Joe Campbell, Renowned Engineer, Joins University
   
Dec. 20, 2005
  • U.Va. Becomes Academic Sponsor for Semester at Sea
  • Year in Review: AccessUVa Financial Aid Program Expands Further
  • Year in Review: Varsity Hall Move Clears Way for New Construction
  • Year in Review: $125 Million Dedicated to Boosting U.Va.’s Research
   
Dec. 19, 2005
  • Dividing Lines: The High-Stakes Promise of Stem-Cell Research
  • Search Committee Tutorial Required for U.Va. Faculty Available
  • Gerald L. Baliles, Former Governor of Virginia, Named to Lead Miller Center of Public Affairs
   
Dec. 16-18, 2005
  • Gerald L. Baliles, Former Governor of Virginia, to Lead University of Virginia’s Miller Center of Public Affairs
  • U.Va. Health System Doctors Named Top in Their Medical Specialties
  • ’Hooville All Aglow for the Annual Lighting of the Lawn
   
Dec. 15, 2005
  • Take a Deep Breath: U.Va. Health System Opens New Study to Test Effectiveness of Emphysema Treatment
  • University’s Art Museum Closing Dec. 24-Jan. 14 for the Holiday Season
  • New Pictorial Illustrates the 50-Year History of U.Va.’s Darden Graduate School of Business Administration
   
Dec. 14, 2005
  • University Architect David Neuman Leads the Way in Preserving U.Va.’s Past and Planning Its Future
  • Law Schools Could Face Age Discrimination Suits Over Faculty Hiring Practices
  • Stronger and Better: U.Va. School of Medicine on a Course of Continuous Improvement
   
Dec. 13, 2005
  • Give ‘War and Peace’ a Chance: Andy Kaufman Encourages Readers to Explore the Russian Word
  • ‘Tough Times Companion’ Volume 2 Now Available
  • Ivy Foundation Gives $45 Million to Support Medical Research at the University of Virginia
   
Dec. 12, 2005
  • Ivy Foundation Gives $45 Million to Support Medical Research at U.Va.
  • Deadline for Employees to Turn in CVC Donations Extended to Dec. 16
  • Carl W. Smith, Longtime Supporter and Donor, Dies at 78; Memorial Service to be Held Today
   
Dec. 9-11, 2005
  • U.Va. President John T. Casteen III Announces the Appointment of James L. Hilton as New Head of IT
  • U.Va. President Casteen to Host Annual Legislative Forum on Grounds Dec. 21
  • Carl W. Smith, Longtime Supporter and Donor, Dies at 78
   
Dec. 8, 2005
  • Gov. Mark Warner Announces Proposal for Major Spending on Research Initiative at Virginia Colleges
  • U.Va.’s Blue Ridge Poison Center Urges Precaution When Winterizing Vehicles
  • Facilities Management Crews Tackle Area’s First Snowfalls
   
Dec. 7, 2005
  • U.Va. Health System Researchers Provide New Help to Patients Suffering From Debilitating Knee Injury
  • U.Va. Bookstore Invites Faculty and Staff to Attend Holiday Open House
  • Research of Arterial Disease May Yield New Treatments
   
Dec. 6, 2005
  • U.Va. Math Professor Brian Parshall Helping to Create a Fertile Ground for Mathematical Research
  • U.Va. Ranks in the Top 20 for Study Abroad Numbers
  • What’s in a Name? The Past and Future of Public Health
   
Dec. 5, 2005
  • Her World’s the Stage: U.Va. Graduate Embraces the Art of Theater as a Creative and Visionary Director
  • BIS Information Sessions Scheduled for Tomorrow
  • U.Va. Nurse Works to Ensure Smooth Endoscpy Procedures
   
Dec. 2-4, 2005
  • Soldiers and Ghosts: U.Va. History Professor’s Book Examines Cultural Tradition in Ancient Warfare
  • CANCELLED: Bernhard Schlink, German Author and Law Professor, to Visit U.Va. Next Week
  • What’s in the Stars for U.Va.’s McCormick Observatory?
   
Dec. 1, 2005
  • Former A&S Dean William Duren Celebrates Centenary
  • U.Va. Hosts Conference on American Democracy Today
  • First U.S. Immigration Law Marred By Hidden Motives
  • Health Insurance Open Enrollment Ends Friday
   
Nov. 30, 2005
  • ’In/Justice’ Prevails as 18th Annual Film Festival Draws Record Crowd
  • Drawing For 2005 Harley Fatboy to Be Held Friday
  • Fifth Annual Lighting of the Lawn to Be Held Tomorrow
   
Nov. 29, 2005
  • U.Va. Engineering Professors Serve as Modern-Day Galileos in Pondering Saturn’s Magnetosphere
  • $1 Million Grant Broadens Knowledge of American History in the Classroom
  • U.Va. Lawnie Gets Surprise Visit From Alumna Katie Couric
   
Nov. 23-28, 2005
  • Soldiers and Ghosts: U.Va. History Professor’s Book Exmaines Cultural Tradition in Ancient Warfare
  • Don’t Forget to Turn in Your Red CVC Envelopes; Campaign Deadline Nears
  • Connector Road to Open Early; John Paul Jones Arena on Time
   
Nov. 22, 2005
  • Solving the Mathematical Description of Natural Laws
  • In War on Terror, U.S. Struggling to Handle Detainees
  • Collaborative Efforts Yield Wearable Parkinson’s Monitors
   
Nov. 21, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Sorensen Institute Boasts 20 Graduates Who Won Election to Political Offices in Virginia
  • U.Va. Health Premiums Are Changing: Open Enrollment Period Runs Through Dec. 2
  • Win a 2005 Harley Davidson Fatboy Signed By The Rolling Stones; Final Drawing is Dec. 2
   
Nov. 18-20, 2005
  • Observing Ramadan: U.Va.’s Muslim Students Association Gives Muslim Students Sense of Place, Engages Community
  • U.Va. Board’s Building & Grounds Committee OK’s Chiller Plant Expansion
  • Students Construct First Energy-Efficient EcoMOD House
   
Nov. 17, 2005
  • Robert F. Bruner, International Mergers Expert and Longtime U.Va. Faculty Member, Named Darden Dean
  • U.Va.’s Cardiovillage Web Site Earns Two National Awards For Excellence
  • Exhibit Portrays Vision For Growth Along West Main Street
   
Nov. 16, 2005
  • U.Va. Professor R. Jahan Ramazani Receives Inauguaral Jefferson Scholars Faculty Prize
  • U.Va. Finalizes Dates For J-Term & Finals 2007
  • Chege Helping Orphans of Kenya — One Child at a Time
   
Nov. 15, 2005
  • University of Virginia Alumnus Douglas Chamber: From Researching Virginia’s Slaves to Chieftainship
  • Entries for the 2005 Writer’s Eye Competition Due Nov. 18
  • Better Voting Machines: Evans’ Group to Make Recommendations to Legislators Nov. 21
   
Nov. 14, 2005
  • University of Virginia Historian Merrill D. Peterson Wins Literary Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Panelists Chart Depths Between Navy Sonar and Marine Mammals
  • U.Va. Scientists Find New Material That Knocks Out Corrosion
   
Nov. 11-13, 2005
  • The Shape of Things to Come: Krushkal Specializes in Topology, One of the Newest Fields of Mathematics
  • Gov. Warner Grants U.Va. Employees Additional Leave Time for Holidays
  • After Completing Space Mission, Greg Olsen’s Next Quest is to Inspire Budding Scientists
   
Nov. 10, 2005
  • Nat Scurry Shares Common Aspirations of University as the New Interim Chief Human Resource Officer
  • Arm Yourself Against the Flu: Vaccine Available For Eligible U.Va. Employees
  • U.Va. Heart Center Procedures Put the Wind Back in Puerto Rico Charter Captain’s Sails
   
Nov. 9, 2005
  • University of Virginia Faculty & Staff Fall Resource Fair Will Be Held in Newcomb Hall Nov. 10
  • U.Va. Health Premiums Changing: Open Enrollment Through Dec. 2
  • U.Va. Students Give Views at Minority Recruiting Programs
   
Nov. 8, 2005
  • University of Virginia Salaried Classified Staff Will Receive Pay Raises, Effective Nov. 25
  • Military, FBI and Legal Luminaries Weigh in at Nov. 10 Forum
  • University of Virginia ROTC: Molding Military Leaders
   
Nov. 7, 2005
  • U.Va. Medical Center Again Earns Recognition as One of the Top 100 Cardiovascular Hospitals in the Nation
  • Citizen Space Explorer Gregory Olsen to Speak on Travels Tomorrow
  • A Look at What Makes U.Va.’s Cardiovascular Team Tick
   
Nov. 4-6, 2005
  • Gordon F. Rainey Jr. Speaks on the Capital Campaign’s Role in Boosting U.Va. to the Top 10-15 in Rankings
  • African Activist to speak on Street Children in Kenya Next Week at U.Va.
  • Despite Adversity, Gezahey’s Art Comes From Happiness
   
Nov. 3, 2005
  • Three U.Va. Professors Named Fellows By the AAAS
  • Creative Juices Flow in U.Va. Art Project; Artist David Dunlap Speaks Today
  • Mathematic Science Formulates Algorithms With an Edge
   
Nov. 2, 2005
  • U.Va.’s New Online System Serves as a One-Stop ‘SOURCE’ For Making Space Reservations on Grounds
  • Nation’s Largest Online Mock Election Engages Youth in Political Process
  • U.Va.’s Fall Drama Festival Offers Three Plays in Repertory
   
Nov. 1, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Amy Ogden Using Modern Tools to Bring Medieval Literature to Contemporary Researchers
  • State Laws Contribute to More Expensive Health Insurance, Says Matthews
  • Win a 2005 Harley Davidson Fatboy Signed by The Rolling Stones; Final Drawing is Dec. 2
   
Oct. 31, 2005
  • U.Va. Researchers Find That a Natural Carbohydrate in the Human Body Can Help Lower Blood Sugar
  • U.Va.’s Career Services to Host Annual Diversity Career Day Tomorrow
  • U.Va.’s William Cooper Works to Recruit Minority Vendors
   
Oct. 28-30, 2005
  • U.Va. Biomedical Ethics Expert Jonathan Moreno Elected to the Prestigious Institute of Medicine
  • Curry School Conference Takes a Look at Past and Present Education Policies
  • Health Premiums Changing: Open Enrollment Begins Monday
   
Oct. 27, 2005
  • Additional Contributions Increase the Reward For The Arrest and Conviction of Serial Rapist Twofold
  • ‘Hoos for the Hungry’ Food Drive Under Way; Donation Deadline Nov. 18
  • University’s Energy Conservation No Light Matter
   
Oct. 26, 2005
  • U.Va.’s President Casteen Summarizes the Past Year For Students and Parents Attending Family Weekend
  • U.Va. to Participate in Mock Vaccination Clinic as Part of Emergency Drill
  • U.Va. Leads the Way in CVC Giving; Campagin Begins Nov. 1
   
Oct. 25, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Mark Edmundson to Third-Year Students: Failure is Good For You
  • Arm Yourself Against the Flu: U.Va. Administering Vaccine to Its Employees
  • Renewal of $6.2 Million NIH Grant Will Boost Health System’s Research of Crohn’s Disease
   
Oct. 24, 2005
  • U.Va. Education Professor and Former Associate Dean Annette Gibbs Receives U.Va.’s Highest Honor
  • Handling Serious Matters Musically; Artists to Give U.Va. Performance Today
  • Lampkin Family Once AgainBecomes U.Va. ‘Lawnies’
   
Oct. 21-23, 2005
  • Gov. Warner, Mark Edmundson to Speak at U.Va.’s Fall Convocation Today; Kicks Off Family Weekend
  • Hot Topics the Subject of Education Conference to Be Held at U.va. Oct. 24
  • Fiddlin’ Beethoven: U.Va. Professor Well-Versed in Music
   
Oct. 20, 2005
  • Conquering Addiction: University’s New Center Showcases Groundbreaking Research and Treatment
  • U.Va. Engineers Tap Into The Potential of Unused Terahertz Spectrum
  • Astronomy Buffs Invited to NRAO Open House on Sunday
   
Oct. 19, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Fall Convocation to Feature Talks By Virginia Gov. MarkWarner and U.Va.’s Mark Edmundson
  • U.Va. Children’s Hospital Neonatologist Announces New SIDS Prevention Policy
  • U.Va. Computer Chip Team Takes First in National Contest
   
Oct. 18, 2005
  • Benjamin McKenzie Escapes Typecasting; ‘The O.C.’ Star Sheds ‘Hunky’ Persona For More Serious Acting
  • Masterful Writing Earns U.Va.’s Ann Beattie a $30,000 Rea Award
  • U.Va. Students Committed to Helping the Community
   
Oct. 17, 2005
  • U.Va.’s New VP and Chief Officer For Divresity and Equity Sees Role as Both Catalyst and Coordinator
  • Basketball Ticket Lottery Open to U.Va. Faculty and Staff; Deadline is Friday
  • AMA Recognizes U.Va.’s Patient Communications Programs
   
Oct. 14-16, 2005
  • Michael A. Gibson, 23-Year Veteran of University’s Police Department, Named Interim Chief of Police
  • Conference Examines The Role of the Humanities in Environmental Law/Policy
  • Upcoming Gubernatorial Election Draws New Crop of Voters
   
Oct. 13, 2005
  • U.Va. School of Medicine’s Research Gains Momentum
  • Beat the High Gas Prices, Ride a CTS Bus For Free
  • Gender Bias Prevalent in Hiring Process, Says U.Va. Professor Elizabeth Gorman
   
Oct. 12, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Faculty Senate Focuses on Diversity Issues
  • Poet W.S. Merwin Visits U.Va. Grounds Thursday to Read From His Work
  • Biodiesel’s The Choice For U.Va.’s Orange, White and Blues
   
Oct. 11, 2005
  • $6 Million Grant Will Allow U.Va. Researchers to Study How Prostate Cancer Spreads
  • Global Health Symposium to Be Held Friday at U.Va.
  • The Rolling Stones Indeed Deliver a ‘Bigger Bang’
   
Oct. 10, 2005
  • Medicinal Chemistry: Lab Synthesizes Compounds That Could One Day Manage Pain or Treat Prostate Cancer
  • Architects Chosen to Design U.Va.’s Landmark ‘South Lawn Project’
  • Dr. Karen Rheuban Receives U.Va.’s Zintl Leadership Award
   
Oct. 7-9, 2005
  • U.Va. Research Gets a Boost; Dr. Robert M. Carey Receives NIH Grant to Study High Blood Pressure
  • U.Va.’s Center for Politics to Host Weekend Debate Featuring Kilgore, Kaine
  • Justice Prevails in Virginia Film Festival to be Held Oct. 27-30
   
Oct. 6, 2005
  • The Price of Education: Afghan Teacher Kamela Adesh Tells Intriguing Story of Defiance, Courage and Hope
  • Basketball Ticket Lottery Open to U.Va. Faculty and Staff; Deadline is Oct. 21
  • U.Va. Volunteers Join Forces to Brighten the Lives of Many
   
Oct. 5, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Board of Visitors Discuss Diversity, Salaries, Benefits and More at Meeting Last Friday
  • Conference Focusing on Environmental Letters, Law Begins Tomorrow
  • Raffle For 2005 Harley Davidson Supports Children’s Hospital
   
Oct. 4, 2005
  • Dr. Barry Marshall, Professor of Research in U.Va.’s School of Medicine, Wins Nobel Prize For Medicine
  • Human Resources to Host Free ‘Happiness at Job’ Workshop on Wednesday
  • Architecture School to Expand; New Additions Will Highlight Faculty Design and Excellence
   
Oct. 3, 2005
  • University of Virginia Student’s Vegetable-Powered Car Makes It From Virginia to Alaska and Back
  • Economists to Examine University of Virginia’s Impact
  • U.Va. Alumna Takes Charlottesville Beyond Sliced American
   
Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 2005
  • Planning ‘The Bigger Bang,’ Making Way For The Rolling Stones is Just Part of Concert-Booker’s Task
  • University of Virginia Police Chief Paul E. Norris Jr. Heads Back to Indiana
  • U.Va. Scientists Discover New Type of Nerve Cell
   
Sept. 29, 2005
  • BOV’s Educational Policy Committee Focuses On Providing The Ultimate Undergraduate Experience
  • Information Sessions on VRS Retirement Set For Next Week; Register Now
  • University’s ROTC Ceremony, Vigil Honors POWs, MIAs
   
Sept. 28, 2005
  • American Novelist and Journalist Tom Wolfe to Be University of Virginia’s 2006 Valediction Speaker
  • U.Va. Sponsoring Summit on Digital tools and the Humanities Sept. 28-30
  • Two Professors to Watch Former Student Rocket Into Space
   
Sept. 27, 2005
  • U.Va.’s $3 Billion Fund-Raising Campaign Gaining Steam In Anticipation of Its Official Kick Off Next Year
  • Breast Cancer Screening Trial Weighs Effectiveness of Digital Mammography
  • Local Author John Grisham to Take the Stage at Annual Virginia Film Festival Next Month
   
Sept. 26, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Dr. Karen Rheuban Named The Eighth Recipient of the Elizabeth Zintl Leadership Award
  • 18th Annual Writer’s Eye Competition Opens Today
  • U.Va. Political Analyst Larry Sabato Releases His New Book, ‘Divided States of America’
   
Sept. 23-25, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Darden School Celebrates 50 Years; Weekend Festivities Kick Off Two-Year Commemorative Bash
  • Black Ribbons Lend Voice to U.Va. Football Fans Attending Duke Game
  • Tundra’s Land Surface Change Creating Warming Trend
   
Sept. 22, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Board of Visitors Finance Committee Brings Salaries, Budget, Benefits and More to the Table
  • Author Ronald Walters Visits U.Va. Grounds Today to Discuss His New Book
  • Alderman Library’s McGregor Room Regains Luster
   
Sept. 21, 2005
  • U.Va. Professor Terry Belander Wins $500,000; Rare Book School Director Named MacArthur Fellow
  • Online Newsletter Debuts; ‘HR Around Grounds’ Keeps U.Va. Employees Informed
  • U.Va.’s Board of Visitors OKs Medical Center Expansion
   
Sept. 20, 2005
  • U.Va.’s President Casteen, BOV Diversity Committee Address the Community
  • U.Va.’s ROTC Honors U.S. Armed Forces’s POWs, MIAs; Ceremony Set For Today
   
Sept. 19, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Masters of Disaster: Group Confronts, Combats Crisis Around the World
  • Nominations Sought for Thomas Jefferson Award; Deadline is Friday at Noon
  • U.Va. Breaks Ground For New Medical Research Building
   
Sept. 16-18, 2005
  • Mark Edmundson, Professor of Arts & Sciences, Will Speak at University’s Fall Convocation on Oct. 21
  • University of Virginia’s Pavilion Gardens Are Uncommon Space
  • Solving Large-Scale Environmental Problems; University of Virginia Forms Partnerships
   
Sept. 15, 2005
  • Richmond Lawyer Gordon F. Rainey Jr. Chosen to Lead University of Virginia’s $3 Billion Fund-Raising Effort
  • ‘Growing Up Guggenheim’ Author to Sign New Book Today at U.Va. Art Museum
  • Artist Brings Theater Talents, Social Advocacy Efforts Center Stage; Screening Today at U.Va.
   
Sept. 14, 2005
  • U.Va. President Appoints William B. Harvey, National Expert in Diversity Issues, to Lead University’s Initiatives
  • Today’s Beta Bridge Project Counters Intolerance: 271 to Pen Gettysburg Address
  • Women’s Center Programs Explore Challenges Facing Women
   
Sept. 13, 2005
  • University of Virginia Observes Constitution Day
  • ‘Cry_Wolf’ Screening to Benefit Film Festival and Cancer Center
  • U.Va. Nurse Helps Patients Achieve Unimaginable
   
Sept. 12, 2005
  • U.Va. Ethics Professor Jonathan Moreno to Speak, Hold Signings For New Book on Biomedical Ethics
  • FBI Investigation Reveals No Racial Links to Graffiti Found on Beta Bridge
  • Trip to Seoul Touches the Souls of U.Va. Students, Faculty
   
Sept. 9-11, 2005
  • Getting Back to Madison: Michael Quinn Leading a Multi-Million Dollar Restoration of Montpelier
  • Weekend Conference to Highlight Potential of Fat Stem Cells in Saving Lives
  • The Numbers Speak For Themselves; Audit Dept. Scores High
   
Sept. 8, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Parking Plan For Oct. 6 Rolling Stones Concert Announced; Lottery Begins Today For Premium Spots
  • CVC’s Hurricane Relief Fund Accepting Donations From State Employees
  • New President Reflects Iranian People’s Desire For Change
   
Sept. 7, 2005
  • U.Va.Reaches Out to Hurricane Victims; Relief Efforts Grow
  • Treatment Has Potential to Reduce Heart Disease in the Metabolic Syndrome
  • U.Va. Retaliates Against Recent Incidents of Harassment
   

Sept. 6, 2005

  • Faculty Diversity on the Rise; U.Va.’s Gertrude Fraser Leading Efforts to Improve Recruitment and Hiring
  • President Casteen Issues Videotaped Message on the Importance of Diversity
  • Carr’s Hill Playing Field Undergoes Extensive Makeover
   
Sept. 2-5, 2005
  • U.Va. President John T. Casteen III Issues Videotaped Message on the Importance of Diversity and Equity
  • Alumni Associations Offers Reward for Information on Racial Incidents at U.Va.
  • U.Va.’s Joe Gieck, A World-Class Figure in the Athletics Field, Retires After 43 Years of Service
   
Sept. 1, 2005
  • University of Virginia Opens Its Doors to State Students Attending Hurricane-Ravaged Institutions
  • Take Classes on U.Va.’s Dime; Tuition Waivers Available to Employees
  • Lisa Aronson Helps Russians Cope With Lingering Trauma After Beslan School Siege of One Year Ago
   
Aug. 31, 2005
  • U.S.-Iceland Exchange Program to Offer Scholarships
  • Robert Pressey to Lecture, Teach at U.Va. Next Week
  • Frank Talk: The View From the Left Produces a Best-Seller
   
Aug. 30, 2005
  • Academic Support Helps U.Va.’s Student-Athletes Shine in the Classroom
  • U.Va. Experts Can Talk About the Repercussions of Hurricane Katrina
  • Racial Attacks Against U.Va. Students Will Not Be Tolerated; President Casteen Issues Statement
   
Aug. 29, 2005
  • Racial Attacks Against U.Va. Students Will Not Be Tolerated; President Casteen Issues Statement
  • Symposium Will Examine Innovations in Multifamily Housing For the Future
  • Discount Football Tickets Available to U.Va. Employees For This Weekend’s Season Opener
   
Aug. 26-28, 2005
  • Study Shows That Preschoolers Are Hip to Adult Errors With Skepticism of Misinformation Early On
  • Don’t Fall for the Great Mars Hoax of August 2005, the Latest Internet Scam
  • New Book Guides Schools in Dealing With Threats of Violence
   
Aug. 25, 2005
  • U.Va. Retains No.2 Spot in U.S. News & World Report Rankings; One of the Top 25 National Universities
  • U.Va. and Charlottesville Police Take Safety One Step Further With Added Patrols
  • AccessUVa Transforms Rodney Mills’ Dream Into a Reality
   
Aug. 24, 2005
  • AccessUVa Works; Incoming Class the Most Diverse Ever
  • Students Return to U.Va. Ready to Hit the Books; Classes Set to Begin Today
  • Filmmaker Focuses on Female Identity and Relationships
   
Aug. 23, 2005
  • At a Loss For Words: Linguists Use 21st-Century Technology to Preserve an Ancient Language
  • Kilgore, Kaine to Face Off in Debate Sponsored By U.Va.’s Center for Politics
  • Virginia Film Festival ‘Raises the Bar’ During Foxfield Races
   
Aug. 22, 2005
  • Al Groh, U.Va.’s Head Football Coach, Signs On For Five More Years; Contract Ensures Future Success
  • Excessive Heat Can Take a Toll; U.Va. Experts Offer Tips on Staying Healthy
  • U.Va.’s Apprentice Program Honors Graduates, Inductees
   
Aug. 19-21, 2005
  • Arrival of Class of 2009 Signals Nearing of Summer’s End
  • U.Va. Police Take Safety to Heart, Install Life-Saving Devices in Patrol Vehicles
  • New O-Hill Dining Facility Caters to a Variety of Tastebuds
   
Aug. 18, 2005
  • Pesky Plant Aids Biologist in Dissecting the Aging Process
  • TJ Award Nominations Sought; Deadline For Submitting is Sept. 23
  • Art Museum Presents Exhibit That Illustrates Influence of Ukiyo-e Modern Japanese Prints
   
Aug. 17, 2005
  • Can We All Get Along? New Initiative Seeks to Find Common Ground for Communities in Virginia
  • North Grounds Connector on Schedule; Massie Road Slated to Reopen Saturday
  • Commerce Strives to Build World’s Best Business Programs
   
Aug. 16, 2005
  • Problem Solving: U.Va. Computer Science Professor Greg Humphreys Engineers Path-Breaking Software
  • Ballenger Joins U.Va.’s School of Law as Assistnat Dean of Student Affairs
  • Astronomer Starr-Eyed Over Historic Home’s Potential
   
Aug. 12-15, 2005
  • Ultimate ‘Satisfaction:’ Rolling Stones Fans Can Buy Tickets for On-Stage Seating Starting Friday
  • U.Va.’s Plastic Surgery Department Restores Form and Function
  • ‘As Time Goes By:’ A Musical Interlude at Medical Center
   
Aug. 11, 2005
  • Ultimate ‘Satisfaction:’ Rolling Stones Fans Can Buy Tickets for On-Stage Seating Starting Friday
  • U.Va. Ranked Ninth in 2005 Division I NCSA Collegiate Power Rankings
  • ’Hoos Finding Jobs: Grads Know What Employers Want
   
Aug. 10, 2005
  • Graduate Explores Her Identity and Asian-American Heritage Through the Art of Film
  • Gamma Knife Center Treats 5,000th Patient, a Great-Grandmother
  • U.Va. Grad goes Bear Naked: Health Nut Founds Connecticut-Based Granola Company
   
Aug. 9, 2005
  • Doody Calls: Alumni Couple Founds First Franchised Pooper-Scooper Service in United States
  • Students to take part in Aug. 9 Global Rally for the Victims of Sexual Slavery
  • As Grounds Change, U.Va. Holds to its Jeffersonian Ideals
   
Aug. 8, 2005
  • Engineering Students Spend Summer at Washington, D.C., Policy Interns
  • Healthsystem Forms Partnership With GE Healthcare
  • 'Unfold Yourself' Exhibits Students Summer Work
Aug. 5-7, 2005
  • Project Update: More Grave Shafts Found at Foster Family Site
  • U.Va. IT Security Officials Honored With National Award
  • Charlottesville and University Orchestra Announces 2005-2006 Season
   
Aug. 4, 2005
  • Play Things: A Renewed Spectrum Theatre Gets in on the Act
  • Researchers Describe How the Body Responds to Injury or Disease
  • 'Jazz at U.Va.' Exhibit of Photographs on Display on the Corner
   
Aug. 3, 2005
  • 'The Call of the Wild: Character Building and the Boy Scout Handbook' on Exhibit at Rotunda
  • Employees: IM-Rec Subsidy Increased Effective July 1, 2005
  • Now Funded: U.S.-Iceland Exchange Program
   
Aug. 2, 2005
  • University of Virginia Taps 'M.B.A. Master' Robert F. Bruner to Lead Darden School
  • Researchers Seek Data on Wireless Internet Access
  • Technique Could Revolutionize Medical Imaging
   
Aug. 1, 2005
  • Preaching Conservation: New Energy Conservation Officer J. Paul Crumpler Ready to Turn Off the Lights
  • New Biotech Facility to be Built in U.Va.’s Research Park; Will Create 115 Jobs
  • One for the Record Books; 2003-2004 Golden for Cavaliers
   
July 29-31, 2005
  • Study Shows Alcohol-Dependence Drug May Also Reduce Smoking
  • Brown Named Director of U.Va.’s Hampton Roads Center
  • U.Va. Tops $300 Million in Research Grants and Contracts
   
July 28, 2005
  • U.Va. Professor Daniel Duke’s New Book Lauds the Fairfax County School System as ‘Education Empire’
  • Giving the Gift of Hearing: Audiologist Serves the Residents of Southwest Va.
  • U.Va. Volunteers Set Up Camp This Weekend in Southwest Virginia to Offer Medical Care
   
July 27, 2005
  • Darlene Scott-Scurry Named the New Director of University’s Office of Equal Opportunity Programs
  • New MRI Scanner Will Bolster U.Va.’s Study of Cardiovascular Disease
  • New Nursing Program Targets Southside, Southwest Virginia
   
July 26, 2005
  • You’ve Got Mail ... Finally; Professors Make Going Online in Tibet Possible
  • Workshop Welcomes New Teachers to Classroom, University
  • Charlottesville Pavilion Set to Open on Wednesday
   
July 25, 2005
  • Jefferson Scholars Program Turns 25; Plans to Expand Its Scholarship Offerings
  • Brian Hogg Joins U.Va.’s Efforts in Preserving a World Heritage Site
  • Paper Sculpture Exhibit Gives U.Va. Art Museum Visitors Hands-On, Collaborative Opportunity
   
July 22-24, 2005
  • Ready to Face New Challenges, Robert P.Dillman Will Leave Position as U.Va.’s Chief Facilities Officer
  • North Grounds Connector on Schedule; Massie Road Set to Reopen Aug. 20
  • Bird Expert Mike Erwin Helps Restore Island’s Habitat
   
July 21, 2005
  • ‘Splendid Next Step:’ David J. Prior Appointed Seventh Chancellor of Universtiy of Virginia’s College at Wise
  • Experimental Drug Shows Promise as Therapy for People With Bowel Disease
  • U.Va.’s Pearson Instrumental in Sequence Database Searches
   
July 20, 2005
  • Experienced Leader James H. Aylor Named to Head U.Va.’s Engineering School and Applied Science
  • Time Remains to Register for J. Sargeant Reynolds Conference This Friday
  • Program Helps Guide Individuals Toward College Education
   
July 19, 2005
  • Audiologist Mani Aguilar Gives the Gift of Hearing, Serves the Residents of Southwest Virginia
  • Nancy Rivers, Jon Boen to Join President’s Staff
  • NFL Players Return to Grounds, Greet Fans
   
July 18, 2005
  • Lost Classic Revealed: Never-Before-Published Mark Twain Manuscript Featured in Meridian Magazine
  • Nonprofits Get Down to Business in McIntire’s Integrated Core Experience
  • Heritage Pays Tribute to Frank Sinatra With ‘My Way’
   
July 15-17, 2005
  • Detmer Views Equitable Health Care as a Priority; Working to Optimize Medical Research and Care
  • Epilepsy Drug Used in Alzheimer’s Study More Promising Than Predicted
  • Discovery of New Metal Could Revolutionize Industry
   
July 14, 2005
  • Learning Politics, Policy at Sorensen College Leaders Program
  • NFL’s Brooks, Farrior Sign Autographs Today at U.Va.
  • It’s the Pits: Research Discovery Could Put a Damper on the Destructive Path of Corrosion
   
July 13, 2005
  • U.Va. Medical Specialties Ranked in ‘Best Hospitals’ Edition of U.S. News
  • Public Service Fellowship Program Benefits U.Va. Students, Community
  • Building the Digital Library: Staples Leads First Digital Repository Management System
   
July 12, 2005
  • Brooks’ Courses Blend Law and Literature Readings, Ranging From Kafka and Hawthorne to Brown
  • School of Professional Studies Joins Unique Program for Law Officials
  • U.Va.’s Heritage Repertory Theatre Opens ‘The Price’ as Fourth Production of Season
   
July 11, 2005
  • Gov. Warner’s Education Initiative to Ensure ‘NoChild Is Left Behind’ Becoming Reality, Not Just Rhetoric
  • U.Va. Utilities Director Cheryl Gomez to Chair International Energy Group
  • Sign Up to Participate in U.Va.’s Day of Caring Program
   
July 8-10, 2005
  • IEN Awards Paul Rakowski McCarthy Leadership Award
  • U.Va. Student Newspaper Wins Journalism Awards
  • U.Va. Grounds Sustain Significant Damage During Storm
   
July 7, 2005
  • Peace Corps Volunteer Describes How the Phillipines and Dave Matthews Both Have a Guitar in Common
  • Youth Luv: Deadline to Sign Up for Virginia Youth Tennis Classic is Friday
  • Program Offers Employees Exciting Ways to See the World
   
July 6, 2005
  • New Pay Plan’s In-Band Adjustments One Way for Managers to Increase Pay for U.Va. Employees
  • Health Sytem’s Patient Communications Programs Win Recognition by AMA
  • U.Va. Employee Among 76 in Area to Become American Citizens on July 4
   
July 5, 2005
  • Economic Fun and Games: U.Va.’s Charles Holt Brings a Renewed Excitement and Interest to the Course
  • U.Va. Invites Architects to Compete in the Design of New Center for the Arts
  • Budding Musicians Learn What Lies Behind the Notes
   
July 1-4, 2005
  • Declaration of Independence Exhibit Tells the Story Behind America’s Historic Document
  • Karen Johns Named U.Va.’s New Head Softball Coach
  • U.Va. Students Travel the Globe to Attend theWorld’s Largest Women’s Studies Conference
   
June 30, 2005
  • Vickie Hawes Steers Students Down Off-Grounsd Housing Path
  • Hands Across theWorld: Technological Advances Enabling Powerful Ties
  • ‘Seeing the Other’ Exhibit on Display Through Aug. 13
   
June 28-29, 2005
  • Middle East Scholar R.K. Ramazani Adamant About Seeking the Truth, No Matter Where it May Lead
  • Lessons From a Playwright: Registration Deadline For New Program This Friday
  • Art Museum Exhibit Features Work of Garry Winogrand
   
June 27, 2005
  • The Play’s the Thing: Creative Juices Continue to Flow as Two U.Va.Alumni Make Their Mark in Theater
  • See If You Make the Cut as an Artist at Art Museum’s Paper Sculpture Exhibit
  • U.Va. Employees Broaden Their Minds Through Education
   
June 24-26, 2005
  • Inquisitive Koreans Get Whirlwind Overview of U.Va.
  • Poet Gregory Orr Used Art to Overcome Violence That Existed in Civil Rights Era
  • Final Steel Beam Erected Atop John Paul Jones Arena
   
June 23, 2005
  • Models in Medicine and Nursing: U.Va. Adamant in Seeking and Finding Answers in Health Care
  • January Term Will Provide Extended Course Options for Law School Students
  • An Engineering Degree That Means Business
   
June 22, 2005
  • U.Va.’s David Topper Adds the Aspect of Simplicity to Musical Composition
  • It’s Never Too Late to Learn: Commerce School Begins New MIT Program
  • Injuries From ATV Accidents on the Rise: U.Va. Children’s Hospital Seeing More Cases
   
June 21, 2005
  • U.Va. Biology Professor Ignacio Provencio Shares His Insight on Biorhythm and Blues — And Jet Lag, Too
  • Learning Without Limits: Virtual Reality Opening Doors for U.Va. Faculty
  • Heritage Introduces ‘Damn Yankees’ as its Opening Musical
   
June 20, 2005
  • History of U.Va.’s Student Housing Reveals Problems and Possibilities Associated With Living Off the Lawn
  • Program Teaches How to Keep Kids Safe While Enjoying Water Activities
  • ‘Rounding Third’ Begins Summer Season for Heritage
   
June 17-19-2005
  • Discoveries That Define Our Times: Bolstering the Research Enterprise Opens Door to New Strengths
  • Everything Has a History Behind It, And That Includes Vacationing
  • U.Va. Health System Doctors Calm Fast-Beating Hearts
   
June 16, 2005
  • Pair Makes Reliable Tools for Reliability Engineering
  • Doctors at U.Va.’s Health System Studying Surgery to Stop Epileptic Seizures
  • New Online Exhibit Gives Voice to Patients From the Past
   
June 15, 2005
  • Renowned Engineer Joe C. Campbell Appointed to U.Va. Faculty
  • Engineering Students Learn Importance of Hands-On Learning
  • AccessUVa Works to Economically Diversify Incoming Class
   
June 14, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Board of Visitors Approves First Phase of Replacement Dorms, New Medical Education Building
  • Eleven Employees Honored With U.Va.’s Outstanding Contribution Awards
  • Farrell, Fralin Elected Rector, Vice Rector, Respectively
   
June 13, 2005
  • U.Va. Economics Professor Eric van Wincoop Offers Logic on Why a Diet Coke Costs $10 in a Paris Cafe
  • U.Va. Employees Honored for Their Years of Service
  • Markus Weisner Among Many Engineering Students Who Live the School’s Mission
   
June 10-12, 2005
  • More Gravesites, Artifacts Dating Back to the 19th Century Found at U.Va.
  • WHTJ’s Locally Produced Documentary on Wilder Wins Three Telly Awards
  • Student Goes Cross Country in Big Green Clean-Air Machine
   
June 9, 2005
  • A Commitment to Action: Exceptional Faculty Work Propels the University Into the National Spotlight
  • U.Va. Children’s Hospital Telethon Another Success, Nets Over $ Million
  • U.Va. Students Spend Summer Abroad for French Studies
   
June 8, 2005
  • A Man on a Mission: Charlie Grisham Works to Replace U.Va.’s Outdated Integrated Student Information System
  • Health Sciences Library Receives $250,000 Gift From Medical Alumni
  • Former ’Hoos Show Appreciation During Reunions Weekend
   
June 7, 2005
  • U.Va. Launches New Consumer Health Institute With Grant From Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield
  • Registration Now Open For June 22 Information Technology Conference
  • Engineering Students Get an Introduction to Innovation
   
June 6, 2005
  • New Study on Jet lag Sheds Light on Why Biological Clock is Slow to Reset After Transmeridian Travel
  • Application Deadline For Excellence in Diversity Fellowships is Wednesday
  • Health System Researchers Develop Test For Successfully Treating Common Prostate Cancer
   
June 3-5, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Joseph Allen: Popular Teenagers Can Cave In to Peer Pressure
  • Dr. David Peura Becomes President of American Gastrenterological Assoc.
  • ‘Relay For Life’ to Feature Marathon Production; Courageous Cancer Survivors Share Their Stories
   
June 2, 2005
  • U.Va. Patent Foundation Honors Pediatricians; Pair Wins 2005 Inventor of the Year Awards
  • Children’s Miracle Network Telethon Airs This Weekend
  • Katherine Klem Lights Fire Underneath Tobacco Industry
   
June 1, 2005
  • PBS Film Series ‘GardenStory’ Set to Air Tomorrow and June 9
  • Annual Spring Procurement Vendor Fair Today in Newcomb Hall
  • Jose Fuentes Wins Cavaliers’ Distinguished Teaching Fellowship
   
May 27-31, 2005
  • Tight $1.88 Billion Budget Wins Committee Backing
  • Gov. Warner Taps Three at Health System to Task Force
  • History Professor Paul Kershaw Receives Alumni Board of Trustees Teaching Award
   
May 26, 2005
  • U.Va. Tests Fuel Made From Vegetable Oil and Recycled Cooking Oil
  • Researchers, Environment Win Big in Pollution Case
  • Under Pressure: Courtney Lyder Blazes Busy Trail at the Nursing School
   
May 25, 2005
  • Excellence in Supervisory Management Series Kicks Off New Human Resources Initiative
  • Law School Partners With Hunton & Williams to Provide Pro Bono Services
  • 100 Years Since U.Va.’s First Presidential Inauguration
   
May 24, 2005
  • Finals 2005: Sunny Weather, Speeches Give Cause to Celebrate
  • Thomas Leaving U.Va.; Shifflett to be Interim VCDH Director
  • Gaduate Keeps Father Close to Her Heart; Dons Father’s Dog Tags During Ceremonies
   
May 23, 2005
  • Serving From the Heart: Lampkin, Davis and Wood Receive Sullivan Awards
  • U.Va. Grad Ben Roberts Launches Railgun Lab
  • Opening Doors: U.Va. Education Graduate Mike Townes Puts His Faith Into Action
   
May 20-22, 2005
  • William Rodman Crosses Finish Line After 13 Years
  • Sen. Evan Bayh Set to Address U.Va. Law Grads
  • ‘Donning of the Kente’ to Be Held at U.Va. Saturday
  • Temporary Traffic Pattern Changes to Begin Monday
   
May 19, 2005
  • Tyler Tuite Brings Love, Hope to Nicaraguan Children, Creates Permanent Home for New Orphan Fund
  • Bobbi VanHuss Paving the Way for Disabled Students
  • U.Va. Grad Matt Bulloch a Well-Rounded Individual
  • Claudia Aguilar Passionate About Giving Back to Others
   
May 18, 2005
  • Life is What You Make It; Sheer Determination Has Seen Fatima Boamah Through Educational Journey
  • Paul McIntosh’s Love of Kids Inspires His Medical Career
  • Keva McDonald On the Side of the Wrongly Accused
  • Teaching in the Numbers For U.Va.’s Isabelle Stanton
   
May 17, 2005
  • After 20 Years, Rawlings Comes Full Circle: Two-Time University President Rekindes His Love of Teaching
  • Photographer Alice Bailey Helps Heal Assault Victims
  • Heather Welch Working to Revive Interest in Science
  • Human Side of Medicine Touches Aaron Miracle
   
May 16, 2005
  • U.Va. Gears Up For Graduation Ceremonies This Weekend
  • Lan-Anh Thi Phan Grateful to Mentors; Ready to Serve
  • Creative Juices Flowing for U.Va.’s Colin Whitlow
  • Art Illustrates Burim Jung’s Journey to Self-Discovery
   
May 13-15, 2005
  • Flagship Universities Must Pursue Excellence and Access
  • Rolling Stones to Rock Charlottesville in October
  • U.Va. Graduate Randy Jones to Join the Ranks of an Exceptional Few as Doctor of Nursing
   
May 12, 2005
  • Rolling Stones Concert Sets Stage for Many Shows at U.Va.
  • Metal Stents Are Effective Treatment of Obstructions From Pancreatic Cancer
  • Championing the ‘F-Word:’ U.Va.’s Ann Lane Dispels Modern Misconceptions About Feminism
   
May 11, 2005
  • Charlottesville Will Rock as The Rolling Stones Come to U.Va.
  • ‘New’ Mark Twain Classic Published by Meridian
  • Iris: Journal for Women Celebrates 25 Years
   
May 10, 2005
  • Iris: Journal About Women Celebrates Its 25th Year
  • Winners of U.Va.’s 2005 Outstanding Employee Awards Announced
  • Planning Initiatives Help Put U.Va.’s Future in Perspective
   
May 9, 2005
  • Two U.Va. Alumni to Deliver Valediction, Commencement Addresses for Finals 2005
  • Thanks for the Memories: U.Va.’s Finals DVD on Sale
  • Achieving International Success the Old-Fashioned Way
   
May 6-8, 2005
  • On the Ball: Leitao’s Determination, Desire Will Drive the Return of ‘Gritty and Aggressive’ Basketball
  • Three University Students to Receive Goldwater Scholarships
  • Documentary ‘Rising Up’ Examines Civil Rights Movement
   
May 5, 2005
  • Student Health Tops List of University Priorities
  • U.Va. Health System to Offer Free Skin Cancer Screening on Saturday
  • Mission Accomplished: For U.Va. Music Grad Rob Levit, Life is Now in Perfect Harmony
   
May 4, 2005
  • Modular Housing Project Benefits U.Va. Students, Community
  • Virginia Natural Resource Leadership Institute Once Again to Hold Program
  • Thinking Boldy, Acting Wisely: U.Va. Emerges From Challenging Times With Renewed Strength
   
May 3, 2005
  • Sean T. O’Brien Named New Director of U.Va.’s Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership
  • Make a Clean Commute This Friday: Take a Hike or Ride a Bike to Work
  • White House Recordings Offer Glimpse Into Era of Former President Lyndon B. Johnson
   
May 2, 2005
  • Beinecke Scholarship Will Help Make Dreams Become Reality For Third-Year U.Va. Student Anne Holt
  • Don’t Let Anxiety Control Your Life: Health System Offering Free Screening
  • LL.M. Grads Come From Different Places, Leave With Bonds
   
April 29-May 1, 2005
  • Regardless of Weight, Fitness is Key to Health: Expert Addresses Institute on Aging Conference
  • U.Va. Office Renamed ‘Domestic and Sexual Advocacy and Educatioin’
  • U.Va. Buses to Begin Trial Run Using a Soy-Based Fuel
   
April 28, 2005
  • Community Justice: Meghan Sullivan Examines the UK’s Processes of Resolving Antisocial Crimes
  • IEN Seeks Nominations for Leadership Award: Deadlne is May 1
  • Eighth-Grader Scores Big in U.Va.’s Mentoring Program
   
April 27, 2005
  • Matter is All That Matters For U.Va. Professor Brad Cox
  • German Theologian Jurgen Moltmann to Speak at U.Va. Today
  • ‘Well Bear Clinic’ Teaches Children About Well-Checkups
   
April 26, 2005
  • McIntire School of Commerce Breaks Ground in Preparation For Its Return to the Lawn
  • Two Great Writers to Read From Their Work: Beattie Today, Hillman Tomorrow
  • Positive Communication Key in Workplace Environment
   
April 25, 2005
  • The Art of Dreaming: Kluge-Ruhe Collection Captures the Essence
  • U.Va. Prepares Students to Be Leaders for Our Future
  • Leah Kuchinsky’s Interest in Politics Lands Her at the Top
   
April 22-24, 2005
  • The View from U.Va.’s Grounds: Students Talk Diversity
  • U.Va. Bookstores, Virginia Services Coalition Partner to Support Service Groups
  • Dr. Mary Starke Harper to Speak at U.Va. Next Week
   
April 21, 2005
  • U.Va. Law Professors Give Their Perspective on the Role of International Law in the Global War on Terror
  • Get Moving: Lectures to Focus on the Ill Effectsof Inactivity on Our Nation
  • University Looks to Improve Faculty Recruitment Searches
   
April 20, 2005
  • The End of the Beginning for AIDS in Africa: U.Va.’s Scheld at the Forefront in Combatting the Disease
  • Edmundson, Wylie Among Winners of This Year’s Guggenheim Awards
  • Bowl Game Proceeds to Benefit Band, Graduate Research
   
April 19, 2005
  • Women’s Center Names Geolot 2005 Distinguished Alumna
  • U.Va. Names Leitao Head Men’s Basketball Coach
  • Tour Pavilion Homes Today as Part of Garden Week
  • State Budget Includes Salary Increases for U.Va.
   
April 18, 2005
  • U.Va. Names Leitao New Head Men’s Basketball Coach
  • Resource Fair for New U.Va. Faculty and Staff to be Held Tomorrow
  • Founder’s Day Tree-Planting Honors Another of U.Va.’s Inspirational Faculty
   
April 15-17, 2005
  • Letter from President John T. Casteen Outlines Higher Education Changes
  • Student Filmmakers Take to the Big Screen at Weekend Festival
  • ‘It’s Not Just Talk, It’s a Social Movement:’ Sustained Dialogue Efforts Branching Out
   
April 14, 2005
  • Harrison Undergraduate Research Awards Given to Forty-Four University of Virginia Students
  • U.Va. Professor Examines What the Future May Hold for Social Security System
  • Get Psyched at Next Week’s National Physics Day Show
   
April 13, 2005
  • Varsity Hall Settles Into New Location; Commerce Construction to Commence
  • U21 Conference Bridges Global Gap Among Student Researchers
  • U.Va.’s Drama Department Ends Season on a Musical Note With ‘The Mystery of Edwin Drood’
   
April 12, 2005
  • Revised Tuition and Fee Proposal fo 2005-2006 Gets Approval From University’s Board of Visitors
  • Jerry Kilgore on Grounds Tomorrow to Address American Politics Class
  • Research Week Highlights Undergraduate Students’ Work
   
April 11, 2005
  • Founder’s Day Events to Honor Jefferson’s Birthday Includes Talks, Tree-Planting
  • Officials Warn: Stay Away From Computer Porn
  • At Your Service: Large Majority of University Students Expend Their Energies in Volunteerism
   
April 8-10, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Curry School Celebrates 100 Years of Excellence
  • Writer Alice McDermott to Visit U.Va. Next Week
  • Weekend Symposium at U.Va. to Honor Hopkins
  • New Vaccine Promising for Cervical Cancer, HPV
   
April 7, 2005
  • U.Va. Mails Admissions Letters; Continues Push for Economically Diverse Class Through ‘AccessUVA’
  • U.Va. to Host National Sustained Dialogue Conference This Weekend
  • Star Light, Star Bright: Fan Mountain Simply Celestial
   
April 6, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Board of Visitors Approves Plan That Lists $1 Billion in Building Over the Next Six Years
  • Conference Focusing on International Undergrad Research Begins Today
  • Rotunda Exhibit, ‘Jefferson Legacy Series,’ Reflects Artist Edith Arbaugh’s Love for U.Va.
   
April 5, 2005
  • Discouraging Words: “The Underminer” Chronicles Those Non-Jab Jabs That Make You Feel Like Dirt
  • Tomorrow’s Conference Focuses on International Undergraduate Research
  • U.Va. Student Catherine Neale Named Among Winners of the 2005 Truman Scholarship
   
April 4, 2005
  • U.S. News Rankings Once Again Place Five of U.Va.’s Graduate Schools Among the Best in the Nation
  • Lt. Governor Tim Kaine on Grounds Today to Address American Politics Class
  • Governor Amends Higher Education Restructuring Bill
   
April 1-3, 2005
  • Gov. Warner Approves, Amends Legislation Granting Public Colleges and Universities Greater Independence
  • Gas Prices Not the Only Thing on the Rise; Parking Facilities, Rates Going Up
  • $7.5 Million Tennis Center Expansion Slated for Boar’s Head
   
March 31, 2005
  • U.Va. Education Professor Robert Tai’s Study Outlines Transformation of Science Student Into Scientist
  • Gene Block Appointed By Institute of Medicine to Sleep Research Panel
  • U.Va. Hosts Indian Nations Summit; New Alliance Begins
   
March 30, 2005
  • An Individual Off the Beaten Path, Steve Marrin’s Passion for Intelligence Reform Making Its Mark
  • Top Expert on Climate Change Slated to Speak on Grounds Tomorrow
  • Hot Off the Press: New Home for Virginia Arts of the Book Center
   
March 29, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Sarah Farrell Part of a Collaboration Working to Expand the Network in South Africa
  • Learn About New Online Payslip Service at Training Session Set for Thursday
  • Transition Into Real World Includes Honor With a ‘Little h’
   
March 28, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Sarah Farrell Part of a Collaboration Working to Expand the Network in South Africa
  • Learn About New Online Payslip Service at Training Session Set for Thursday
  • Transition Into Real World Includes Honor With a ‘Little h’
   
March 25-27,2005
  • Literature Enthusiasts Gather for Five-Day Gala: Signs Point to Another Best-Seller Book Festival
  • Faculty Senate Meeting Headlines University’s Accreditation Renewal
  • Civil Rights Era Comes to Life Through New Digital Archive
   
March 24, 2005
  • Casteen Warns of ‘Tough Work’ Ahead on Capital Campaign
  • Commerce Professor Ellen Whitener Dies; Memorial Service Today
  • Board’s Diversity and Equity Committee Marks Second Birthday; Discusses Progress to Date
   
March 23, 2005
  • Board of Visitors’ Diversity and Equity Committee Marks Second Birthday: Discusses Progress to Date
  • Residential Plan for Students Re-examined By Housing Work Group
  • Frischer Puts Reality Into Humanities — Virtually
   
March 22, 2005
  • Casteen to Give State of the University Address Today at Noon in Old Cabell Hall
  • Fake Credit Union E-mail May Trick Readers Into Revealing Personal Info
  • Gov. Warner Announces High-Speed Network for Research
   
March 21, 2005
  • Good Nutrition is Elementary: U.Va.’s Kate Willcutts Working to Increase Health Awareness in Area Schools
  • Mark Your Calendar: State of the University Address Set for Tomorrow
  • U.Va.’s Klarman Wins Columbia University’s Bancroft Prize
   
March 18-20, 2005
  • E-mail to Students Details New Procedures for Handling Sexual Assault Cases
  • Weekend Conference to Examine Long-Standing Conflict in Colombia
  • Doctors Use PDAs to Diagnose Asthma Patients
   
March 17, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Klarman Wins Columbia University’s Bancroft Prize
  • U.Va. to Help Pay Ivy Landfill Clean-up Costs
  • Collaborative Efforts Result in Stronger Set of Procedures for Handling Sexual Assault Cases
   
March 16, 2005
  • Jonathan Robbins Becomes the University’s Eighth Student to Win the Prestigous Luce Scholarship
  • Grant Will Enable U.Va.’s Health System to Better Serve HIV/AIDS Patients
  • Gillen Steps Down as Men’s Basketball Coach; Search is Now Under Way for His Replacement
   
March 15, 2005
  • Gillen Steps Down as U.Va.’s Men’s Basketball Coach; The Search For His Replacement is Now Under Way
  • Learn About New Online Payslip Service at Training Session Set for Thursday
  • National Institute of Aerospace Appoints U.Va. Engineering Professor as Fifth Langley Professor
   
March 11-14, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Educational Benefits Fair Draws Large Turnout
  • Mary Chapin Carpenter Scheduled to Perform at Cancer Center Benefit
  • Women’s Magazine Uses Humor to Cast a Different Perspective on Female Issues
   
March 10, 2005
  • Women in Medicine Award Honors U.Va. Professor Margaret Shupnik for Her Extraordinary Work
  • Is It the Packaging or the Presentation? How SUV Makers Appeal to Buyers
  • Manager Works to Educate Public About the Watershed
   
March 9, 2005
  • Governor Warner Appoints Three to U.Va.’s Board; Reappoints Thomas F. Farrell II as Vice Rector
  • Gas Prices Got You Down? Find a Commuting Buddy Through New Databae
  • Health System Helps Nurses Better Serve Their Patients
   
March 8, 2005
  • School Turns Five: Diligent in Expanding the Scope of Education for a Lifetime
  • Scholarship Opportunity for Employees’ Children: Apply By End of Month
  • Raising the Profile of Careers in Diplomacy
   
March 7, 2005
  • War Surgeon Jim Balserak Met Tour of Duty in Iraq With Deep Enthusiasm and Willingness to Help Others
  • Sweeney: University Creating ‘New Model’ in Public Education
  • Outstanding Employee Nominations Due by March 18
   
March 4-6, 2005
  • U.Va.Medical Center Shines As One of the Top 100 Hospitals
  • Payslips Only a Click Away: Self-Service Applications Prove Convenient, Secure
  • U.Va. Kicks Off Its 11th Annual Book Festival March 16
   
March 3, 2005
  • Not Your Ordinary Move: Varsity Hall to Relocate Lock, Stock and Barrel
  • Five U.Va. Students Could Attend Universitas 21 Summer Seminar at Lund
  • If You Thought Your Computer Was Safe, Think Again: Spyware Invades Users’ Personal Space
   
March 2, 2005
  • Replacement Dorms Top U.Va.’s Housing Priority List
  • Buchanan Grant Bolster Pioneering Treatments for Heartbeat Condition
  • Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow? U.Va. Researchers Work to Reverse the Effects of Hearing Loss
   
March 1, 2005
  • Chance, Booked-Up Resorts Kept U.Va. Graduate Out of Harms Way in Wake of Tsunami Disaster
  • Justice Will Be Served During the 18th Annual Virginia Film Festival
  • ‘Downing Time’ a Tradition for Professors
   
Feb. 28, 2005
  • University’s Miller Center Director Philip Zelikow Appointed Counselor of the U.S. Department of State
  • Reflecting on a Year in the Life of the Health System’s Decade Plan
  • Extending the Scope of Antiretroviral AIDS Medications
   
Feb. 25-27, 2005
  • Professor, Former Activist Sees Higher Education in a Global Context, Shares Experiences With Students
  • Law School Lines Up Top Terrorism Experts to Speak at Weekend Symposium
  • Revised ‘Charter Bill’ Wins Senate’s Unanimous Vote
   
Feb. 24, 2005
  • Making a World of Difference: School of Nursing Goes Global
  • Nominations Sought for Award-Winning Managers: Deadline is Tomorrow
  • Criminal Cases Involving Juvenile Confessions Warrant Standards
   
Feb. 23, 2005
  • Environmental Sciences Professor William Keene Studies the Interaction of Atmosphere and Ocean
  • Nominations Sought for Award-Winning Managers: Deadline is Tomorrow
  • Nature or Nurture? Turkheimer Examines Determining Factors of Human Intelligence
   
Feb. 22, 2005
  • U.Va. Course Brings Artistic Expression of Poets and Printmakers Together on the Same Page
  • Learn About the Latest Technological Gadgets at Tomorrow’s InfoFair
  • Drama Students Put Theater Skills to Test
   
Feb. 21, 2005
  • Don’t Panic: Through Treatment, Those Suffering From Anxiety Disorders Learn to Face Their Fears
  • U.Va. Library Honored With National Award
  • Possibilities Become Realities: Health System Sets Milestones, Looks Ahead to the Future
   
Feb. 18-20, 2005
  • A Model Citizen for Diversity: Brian Balogh’s Commitment Mirrored on Grounds and at Home
  • U.Va. Top Supplier of Peace Corps Volunteers for Third Year in a Row
  • Nick Garber Accelerates Highway Safety Improvements
   
Feb. 17, 2005
  • Committee Works Toward Improved Security and Safety Around Grounds
  • Educational Aid Event: Register by Tomorrow
  • When It Comes to Knowledge, Bogger’s Cup Runneth Over
   
Feb. 16, 2005
  • SCHEV’s 2005 Outstanding Faculty Award Given to Darden School Professor R. Edward Freeman
  • Virtual Liberty: Freedom to Design and Freedom to Play in Virtual Worlds
  • Undergraduates Learn to Govern — Themselves and Others
   
Feb. 15, 2005
  • The Human Side of the Environment: Claudia Ford’s Passion Lends Promise to International Health
  • U.Va. Employees Shine: CVC Surpasses Goal With Record Donations Tallied
  • Senate and House Pass Separate Charter Legislation
   
Feb. 14, 2005
  • What’s Love Got to Do With It? Not As Much As One Might Thin, Says U.Va. Professor Steven Nock
  • Applications for U.Va.’s Mini-Med School Being Accepted Through Feb. 27
  • Deep Breath In, Deep Breath Out: Meditation Relieves Doctor’s Stress, Improves Patient Care
   
Feb. 11-13, 2005
  • $125 Million Dedicated to Boosting U.Va.’s Research; Targets Lab Space, Faculty Recruitment and Retention
  • Documentary Follows the Life of Former Gov. L. Douglas Wilder
  • Researchers Manipulate Electrons Into Classical Orbit
   
Feb. 10, 2005
  • Special Committee on Diversity Presents Report to Board
  • U.Va. Law School’s Public Service Law Conference to be Held This Weekend
  • U.Va.’s Institute on Aging Works to Enrich the Lives of the Elderly — Now and In the Future
   
Feb, 9, 2005
  • U.Va. Study Shows How Schools Can Safely Deal With Student Violence
  • Medical Center Finances Get Clean Bill of Health
  • Learn More About U.Va.’s Education Benefits March 8
   
Feb. 8, 2005
  • Financial Focus: Board Addresses Tuition, Maintenance Spending
  • Heroic Pre-Brown Civil Rights Lawyers Traced
  • Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: A Closer Look at Relationship Ruin
   
Feb. 7, 2005
  • Professor Larry Sabato Makes Good on Promise; Gives $1 Million to U.Va.
  • U.Va.’s Weldon Cooper Center Releases 2004 Population Estimates
  • The End of Insulin Injection? U.Va. Scientists Lead the Way in Diabetes Research and Patient Care
   
Feb. 4-6, 2005
  • Trends in Diagnosis, Treatment of Brain Tumors Detailed in New Study Involving U.Va. Surgeon
  • Show Your Appreciation: New Award Recognizes Supportive Managers
  • A Building Crisis: U.Va. Faces Serious Maintenance Issues
   
Feb. 3, 2005
  • Plant Compound Offers Promise in Treating Breast Cancer
  • Prosecutors Need Renewal of Sentencing Guidelines
  • Promote Heart Health: Dress in Red Tomorrow
  • Charter Bill Goes Before Virginia General Assembly
   
Feb. 2, 2005
  • Two U.Va. Alumni to Deliver Valediction, Commencement Addresses During Finals
  • Philip Morris USA Gives to Darden-Curry Partnership
  • Got Shots? John Arras Discusses Pandemic Pandemonium
   
Feb. 1, 2005
  • Judge Patricia M .Wald Named the Recipient of the University’s Thomas Jefferson Medal in Law
  • How to Help Tsunami Survivors: Deadline for Contributions Is Friday
  • The Proof Is in the Pudding, or Ketchup, for That Matter: Manufacturers Vie for Top Slot
   
Jan. 31, 2005
  • Honoring the Memory of a Family Friend and Educator
  • Guerrant: ‘Tsunami-Sized Awakening’ Much Needed
  • ‘Mapping a Day in the Life’ Set to Open Tomorrow at U.Va.
   
Jan. 28-30, 2005
  • The Door Opens Even Wider: AccessUVa Program Expands
  • Memorial Service for Shirley Menaker to be Held Next Week at U.Va.
  • Bringing People Together: Rosen Masters the Art of Organization
   
Jan. 27, 2005
  • U.Va. Study Is the First to Detail “Other” Risks of High Blood Alcohol Levels Among College Students
  • Nominations Sought for Chief Diversity Officer: Deadline is Monday
  • U.Va. Conference on Local Government Law Set for Saturday
   
Jan. 26, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Chief Cardiologist Offers Tips to Take to Heart
  • Distinguished Alumna Nominations Sought: Deadline is Feb. 1
  • Even the Dummy Is No Dummy: Kent Works to Develop Even Safer Automobile Restraints
   
Jan. 25, 2005
  • Japanese Architect to Receive U.Va.’s Jefferson Medal
  • U.Va. to Host Lecture on Aging This Week by Nobel Laureate Dr. Eric Kandel
  • Family Program Provides for Physical and Legal Needs
   
Jan. 24, 2005
  • Student Safety a Major Concern: University Will Provide Funding to Add a City Housing Inspector
  • Political Cartoonists Bring the Best of the 2004 Election to U.Va.
  • U.Va. Environmental Sciences Professor Works to Add People to the Environmental Equation
   
Jan. 21-23, 2005
  • U.Va. Receives Grant to Support Alcohol Education Aimed at Members of Fraternities and Sororities
  • NCAA Conference Targets Prevention of Substance Abuse Among Athletes
  • Alderman Library Begins New Process for Computer Use
   
Jan. 20, 2005
  • Curry School Forms Alliance With Clark Elementary School
  • Peabody Hall Sustains Water Damage; Some Offices Have Relocated
  • Internet a Portal for Sharing Study Abroad Experiences
   
Jan. 19, 2005
  • University Expands ‘AccessUVa’ Financial Aid Program to Benefit More Students
  • African-American Heritage Month Schedule Unveiled
  • Students Seek Knowledge Outside Lecture Hall
   
Jan. 17-18, 2005
  • U.Va. Student Markus Weisner Wins Prestigious Mitchell Scholarship; Will Live and Study in Ireland
  • IEN Receives Grant to Help With Elizabeth River Revitalization
  • Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘Beloved Community’: Marsh’s New Book Examines ‘Christian Left’
   
Jan. 14-16, 2005
  • Research Shows That Blocking a Certain Protein Could Cause Regeneraton of Inner Ear Hair Cells
  • Mark Your Calendar: Faculty Technology Open House to be Held Tuesday
  • Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘Beloved Community’: Marsh’s New Book Examines ‘Christian Left’
   
Jan. 13, 2005
  • Governor Indicates Support of Charter; Initiative Gains Momentum From Legislative Study Review
  • Learn How to Apply to College and for Financial Aid at Workshop Tuesday
  • Don’t Worry; Be ... Grateful?: Sara Algoe Examines the Positive Effects of Kindness
   
Jan. 12, 2005
  • Governor Indicates Support of Charter; Initiative Gains Momentum From Legislative Study Review
  • Rejuvenate for Spring Teaching by Attending Next Week’s Workshop
  • Breaking the Stereotype: Nursing Not Just for Females
   
Jan. 11, 2005
  • State Legislators Await final Proposal on Charter Status
  • BusinessWeek Lauds Darden Alumni Among Best Managers of 2004
  • U.Va. Law Professor Offers New Synopsis of Origin and Effects of Brown Decision
   
Jan. 10, 2005
  • Sowing the Seeds of Excellence: Health System Landscapers Rake in Local and National Awards
  • Environmental Leader Gerald McCarthy Wins Recognition With Award
  • Mastering the Art and Science of Marketing
   
Jan. 7-9, 2005
  • VQR Tackles legacy of Godzilla, Space Monsters and Pop Culture; Reveals Hidden Meaning in Film Kitsch
  • U.Va.’s Human Resources Implements Online Self-Service Pay Slips
  • From Concept to Reality, Arts Center Tops New Building List
   
Jan. 6, 2005
  • U.Va.’s Glenn Gaesser Debunks Myths About Dieting; New Book Sets Record Straight on Healthy Eating
  • President Casteen, Local Legislators, to Speak at Forum Tomorrow at U.Va.
  • Aboriginal Art Collection Connects Artists, Communities
   
Jan. 5, 2005
  • Comedy’s Central: Jeff Hanna is a Stand-Up Kind of Guy
  • Virginia Homeowners See Tax Hike; Consumers See Increase in Local Taxes
  • University Proves to be a Fertile Ground for Writers
   
Jan. 4, 2005
  • Environmental Sciences Professor James Galloway Examines Ways of Living Wisely With Nitrogen
  • Shirley Menaker, One of U.Va.’s Most Influential Women Leaders, Dies
  • Out With the Old, In With the New: Cafe Makes Debut
   
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