Becomes Head of Admissions For
U.Va.'S Adult Degree Program
7, 2000 -- Kathryn Buzzoni
has been named director of admissions for the University of Virginia's
Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies program.
who assumed the position this summer, is responsible for building
enrollment in U.Va.'s program that allows adults with 60 transferable
credits to pursue a bachelor's degree on a part-time basis
through evening and weekend classes. The Bachelor of Interdisciplinary
Studies (BIS) program, offered through U.Va.'s School of Continuing
and Professional Studies, began last year. About 40 BIS students
are enrolled this fall.
chance to get in on the ground floor of an exciting new program
was appealing," said Buzzoni. "Working in a small program
provides a chance to offer a great deal of personal attention to
joining the program, Buzzoni was a special assistant to Edward Snyder,
dean of U.Va.'s Darden School, where she helped to plan special
events and coordinated projects. Prior to moving to Charlottesville
in 1999 from Staunton, she was director of admissions and associate
program director at Mary Baldwin College's Program for the
Exceptionally Gifted for five years.
graduated from the College of William and Mary, where she earned
a B.S. in psychology in 1990 and a M.Ed. in higher education administration
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