Malcolm Brogdon’s off-court successes continued on Thursday when the former UVA basketball star – now a guard for the NBA’s Indiana Pacers – won the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award in recognition of his service and dedication to his community.
The memorial won The Architect’s Newspaper’s Project of the Year award, as well as the top award for public and social impact, in addressing the nation’s “fraught history of race.”
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A total of $10 million will support endowed professorships at the University of Virginia, thanks to gifts from John W. Glynn Jr. and Barbara A. Glynn.
The testing will prioritize Albemarle and Charlottesville public school employees and UVA staff. Pre-registration is required.
Also in the roundup: The UVA Medical Center is again a Magnet for nurses, the University is honored for its international education, a COVID expert and a biophysicist are lauded, and WTJU takes home three broadcasting trophies.
Charlottesville has seen relatively low numbers of COVID-19 cases so far, but UVA Health leaders are preparing for a winter surge, just in case.
Alumnus and philanthropist John Paul “Jack” Jones, who served in World War II and was a successful newspaper publisher and attorney, has died at age 100.