This page was the winner of Phase I of the 1997 Virginia Engineering Foundation's Web Design Contest, and now it has become the new homepage for the Electrical Engineering Department.
A new UVA topnews site designed to bring the University community and friends o f the University the latest news and events. Updated every weekday morning with the day's news and events. Please fill out the user's survey at the site to help us make it more useful. It will eventually replace the current news site (www.v irginia.edu/topnews/)
Founded in 1984, the WFPA has created a groundwork for UVA women to explore the professional dimension of employment in higher education. Opportunities have been created for the growth and development of women employees at all levels through informational programs and through active involvement in topical issues aimed at improving the professional life and work environment of women here at UVa.
The French Department website.
This site includes a Calendar of Public Events, listing tours, lectures, workshops and concerts. The Arboretum is free and open to the public.
The Institute for Sustainable Design has been created at the University of Virginia to "render visible" viable alternatives to conventional design and practice in human production based on principles that recognize the interdependence of ecology, economy, and equity.
This homepage has been set up to communicate the activities of the Biology Society effectively to all of its members. Come one and all and check out what the newly started Biology Society is doing at The University.
The mission of the Office of Minority Procurement Programs (OMPP) is to strive for greater economic equity in our society by encouraging, developing, and expanding business opportunities for minorities and minority-owned companies.
Everything you wanted to know about U.Va. Final Exercises, including schedules, locations, maps, and information about speakers. Watch this spot after graduation for images and highlights of speeches.
The Office of Engineering Career Services has a new name, and a new web page. Check it out!
The University Judiciary Committee is a student run group that investigates and adjudicates alleged violations of the University of Virginia's Standards of Conduct. This homepage describes the Committee and its members. It is intended to be a fun and interesting way to educate the University Community about the UJC.
The Board of Visitors is composed of sixteen members appointed by the Governor. The Board approves the policies and budget of the University, and is entrusted with the preservation of the University's many traditions. The site includes agendas and schedule.
This semester, all UVa students will have the opportunity to vote exclusively over the World Wide Web. For the 60-hour period between 9:00 a.m. Monday March 3 and 9:00 p.m. Wednesday March 5, a student can use any computer at any computer lab (or access the Internet from a computer at home) to vote.
The Archery Club at UVA homepage, with meeting times and places, general info, links, and contact information.
The Papers of James Madison, housed at the University of Virginia, was established in 1956 to publish annotated volumes of the correspondence and writings of James Madison, the Virginia statesman.
Visit the new Athletic Department website. Features daily updates, schedules, and more.
This site describes the activities of the Development Office, with links to the site for the Campaign for the University of Virginia.
Information on AMELC's faculty, languages, courses offered, minor requirements, as well as Asian Studies at UVa, the Middle East Studies Program, and the UVa-Yarmouk University Summer Arabic Program in Jordan is available at this new site.
Artspace, through University Union, is an entirely student run gallery devoted to expanding the arts at the University and in Charlottesville/Albermarle community through art exhibits and programs. While serving the community, Artspace also seeks to serve those students who run the gallery by educating them in all aspects of running an independent gallery.
The Center for Russian and East European Studies at the University of Virginia serves as a resource for research and scholarship in the field of Russian and East European Studies. The center suppports teaching, research, curriculum development, community outreach programs and university-wide activities. In these efforts the Center cooperates with other educational institutions in Virginia and the Southeast.
The Office of African American Affairs has posted a calendar of events and activities for Black History month. Everyone in the University community is invited to join the celebration!
The University of Virginia Patent Foundation is an independent, non-profit entity which was created to further research at UVa and to bring new technology to the American and world markets.
Take a Virtual Tour of the Rotunda! Fun, self-guided tour through the three floors of the Rotunda. (Page has links to get to the required Netscape 3.0 and QuickTime and QuickTime VR Components Plug-ins.) Check out the Dome Room.
Hot off the "presses," the 1996 President's Report includes highlights of the past year of faculty achievement, news of the capital campaign, teaching and research, building projects, and more. The complete financial report is included.
The Student Activities Committee provides oversight for the funds raised by the Student Activities Fee (SAF). This web site provides information about the SAF and it's use by student organizations.
The selection process for the 1997-98 Student Member of the Board of Visitors has begun. This link provides information about this position and how to apply. Applications are due January 27, 1997 in the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.
Cavalier Advantage is an account on your student, faculty, or staff ID card that is activated once funds have been deposited.
The overall mission of the Business Operations units is to provide quality services, at competitive prices, in an attractive and comfortable environment to students, faculty, staff and guests of the University.
The Inter-Sorority Council Web Site is designed for greek women, other students, faculty, and visitors to interact using the latest technology. Check it out as a resource for Women on the Web or to contact the ISC.
Here faculty members can explore and share the instructional potential of pre-packaged foreign language software, the World Wide Web, and more traditional uses of audiovisual and language laboratory equipment. Faculty can share ideas, discuss how the new technologies have changed their teaching methods, and plan ahead for more experimentation and change as new breakthroughs are made in the field of instructional technology and teaching.
The VSAF mission is to provide the finest academic and athletic experience for as many student-athletes as possible. Visit this site to learn more about the only way to support grants-in-aid for student-athletes at the University of Virginia and earn priority for tickets at athletic events.
Mission: To assist the schools in defining what Americans need to know, to improve the teaching of each of the academic disciplines taught throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia, and to provide a national model demonstrating that universities have the responsibility and the capacity to help re-establish the central premise on which schooling must be based--knowledge of literature and language, mathematics and science, art and history.
At this site you can look at the courses offered, hear from faculty, students and recent graduates, and get a glimpse of some of the products we have developed. Enjoy your visit.
The Strategy Gaming Club is the premiere games club at the University of Virginia, created to have fun playing games! Among the games we play are card games, board games, roleplaying games and computer games. An extensive database on all games is maintained here, as well as information on people interested in joining role playing campaigns, computer games and other games outside of the club. In addition, several tournaments and classes are offered throughout the year.
University Mediation Services (UMS) is a new organization founded in 1996 that provides the University community with an alternative form of conflict resolution. UMS can help resolve problems of various kinds, including roommate disputes, financial payments, and relationship difficulties.
The Mountain Lake Biological Station is located in the Allegheny Mountains of southwestern Virginia in a deciduous forest at an elevation of 3800 feet. It is a branch of the Biology Department at UVA and was established in 1929 as a field station for research and advanced training in field biology.
A selection of recent acquisitions from the University Library's Special Collections Department
Medical Alumni Association, Calender of Events, Change of Address, Class List Requests and more.
An overview of the 1996 Combined Virginia/United Way Campaign for the University of Virginia. Includes a link to a directory of Thomas Jefferson Area local charities as well as a link to the United Way - Thomas Jefferson Area local office homepage.
"Grounds for Discussion" is an innovative new component of the First Year Focus Orientation Program sponsored by Office of the Dean of Students. In a theatrical format, eight undergraduate cast members portray student life issues that will face first-year students. Immediately following the 45-minute performances, students meet in small groups with their RAs and two upperclass facilitators in order to discuss the issues raised. "Grounds for Discussion" has been tremendously successful and has received a great deal of positive feedback during its first year as presented to UVA's Class of 2000.
A new Web interface to the University Library's online catalog and integrated library system.
At this site, you will find information about our activities, services, exhibits, and collections. The museum reaches out to the citizens of Central Virginia through science education programs for children, field trips, public programs, and a lending library of science teaching kits. We also provide curatorial services for the University of Virginia's extensive collection of rocks, minerals, fossils, and meteorites. Please visit our exhibits in Clark Hall, on the historic grounds of the University, or take advantage of our many educational programs.
The Health Sciences Center telephone system will be upgraded over the Labor Day weekend. Information about the schedule, planning, and configuration of each telephone is available at this location.
A new section of the UVa website, with links to student organizations, the Student Affairs Division, student services and related information.
Newly remodeled site of the Baha'i Club at UVA. The purpose of the Club is to promote the teachings of the Baha'i Faith, and it has recently taken a lead role in promoting world peace, racial unity and the equality of women and men. We invite you to browse our Web site and learn more about us and what we're doing.
The Guild Trio - new Trio-in-Residence at the McIntire Department of Music. Site includes information on the Artist Faculty Chamber Music Series.
The Charlottesville & University Symphony Orchestra with information on the concert season and rehearsal schedule.
La Sociedad Argentina is a cultural organization founded by students. Anyone is welcome to share Argentina's unique culture and traditions. Drop by!
A new site with information about records management--the maintenance of currently active, administratively-useful public records; the disposition of public records that no longer serve administrative, legal, fiscal, or historical purposes; and the preservation of those records that have historical value--at the University of Virginia. Includes University policies and procedures, information on the Commonwealth's General Records Schedules, and contact information for the University's records managers.
A directory of on-line references and resources for those writing or proposing a thesis or a dissertation that will exist solely in electronic format. Includes a listing of such projects currently underway at UVa and elsewhere.
Eye-gaze Response Interface Computer.
An overview of the Grants & Contract Administration Office in the School of Medicine. Includes links to sources for funding of medical related grants and the answers to questions frequently asked of this office.
Web interface to the new Health Sciences Library Sirsi integrated library system.
This is the on-line version of the University of Virginia's Undergraduate Prospectus, 1996-97, which includes: Introduction to the University, General Information for Applicants, Undergraduate Schools and Programs, Application Information
This site includes links to national ADA resources, as well as on-line versions of the student and faculty handbooks describing accomodations available to UVa students with disabilities.
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