Abplanalp will provide leadership and oversight for the division’s technology infrastructure, including the development, implementation, administration, and maintenance of policies and procedures that ensure the security and integrity of the division’s data and information technology.
Susan and Dave Keesee created the Susan and David Keesee Endowment for Undergraduate Research with the University Libraries to provide support for undergraduate research related to government policy and environmental sustainability — the first undergraduate research endowment in the University Libraries.
History faculty member Marian Mollin wanted to make her course, A Nation Divided: America in the 1960s, a bit more personal than a broad sweep coverage of American history of the 1960s would normally allow.
Harris is the recipient of the 2018 William H. Ruffner Medal in recognition of his distinguished service to the university. Harris earned his bachelor's in industrial engineering from Virginia Tech in 1964.
Serving as the university’s 15th president from 2000 to 2014, Steger was entirely committed to the institution where he received three degrees and spent nearly all of his more than 40-year professional career.
A memorial service is planned for Monday, May 14, at 1:30 p.m. in the Moss Arts Center's Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre, located within the Street and Davis Performance Hall.
The Mary F. McVay and Theodore R. Rosenberg Junior Faculty Fellowship was established in 2004 to provide faculty support for the Pamplin College of Business and to recognize teaching and research excellence.
A member of the university community since 1979, Janosik has made significant contributions to the field of higher education administration through his scholarship in higher education law, specifically on campus crime, the Clery Act, college administration, policy, liability and risk management, and professional standards and ethics.