February 5, 2009 — Dr. Maurice Apprey, dean of the University of Virginia's Office of African-American Affairs, will give the annual address on the State of the Office of African-American Affairs Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. in the Rotunda Dome Room. His talk will focus on "Repairing History: The Ethic of Responsibility to Remember" and is sponsored by the Black Leadership Institute, as well as OAAA.
UVA professor Edgar Olsen told the Senate Appropriations Committee that a switch to voucher-based housing assistance would serve millions of additional people at the same cost to taxpayers.
Alumna Kristin van Ogtrop, who just concluded a successful 13-year run as editor-in-chief of Real Simple magazine, joined a fellow ’Hoo, investment executive Kate Moore, at Darden’s Graduate Women in Business conference.
Noted UVA clinical psychologist and divorce mediator Robert Emery offers practical advice on how parents can put aside their differences to give their kids the rich childhoods they deserve.