By the numbers

The managing board looks at the highlights of April, in numbers

176,151: Amount of money, in dollars, the University received from the National Endowment for the Humanities for a radio show project, “Finding the American Way”

4: Meetings the recently elected Student Council members have had since their term began in April

7: Proposals Student Council came up with to help solve the problem of sexual misconduct at the University

25: Percentage of college women who have survived a rape or attempted rape

3: Positions on the University Judiciary Committee Executive Board filled during their elections, out of four

1: UJC Executive Board members to step down

160: Students who attended the Honor Congress

40: Number of above attendees who were members of the Honor Committee

494,700: University President Teresa Sullivan’s salary in 2013, in dollars, as of September 1st 2013

416,400: Highest faculty salary in the College, in dollars, belonging to Prof. John T. Casteen, who will be teaching one class next semester on Old Icelandic Literature

31: Universities who are part of the global Rolls-Royce University Technology Centers network, of which the University is now a member

3: Options for graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2015

2: Fraternities who have lost FOAs this semester

688,923: Total amount of money, in dollars, Board of Visitors member and newly appointed Gillespie campaign co-chair William H. Goodwin Jr. has donated to Virginia political campaigns between 1993 and 2003

10: Seminars being offered in the fall taught by undergraduates as part of the Cavalier Education Program

30: Total years in prison former McIntire Dean Michael Morris could get on the charges of distributing or receiving child pornography and possessing child pornography

7: Average percentage of students at universities being seen for psychological counselling nationally

8.3: Percentage of students being seen at CAPS at the University

Published April 24, 2014 in Opinion

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