The University’s highest honors, the Jefferson Medals, will be awarded Friday during Founder’s Day observances. Other events include Public Day, showcasing student research and creativity, the public awarding of the Jefferson Trust grants, and a tree planting to honor longtime employee Jay Klingel.
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Click for event details for this year’s Jefferson Medalists – architect Toyo Ito, former U.S. Sen. Jim Webb and Ken Feinberg, America’s arbiter of compensation funds for victims of national tragedies.The annual tree planting to honor Jay Klingel.
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February 20, 2014
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