First McIntire dean to live on the Lawn

Carl Zeithaml became the McIntire School’s first dean to reside in the University’s famous Lawn buildings, designed by Thomas Jefferson. “I’m thrilled with the honor and opportunity that it presents for the School and my family,” Zeithaml said. “The Lawn is the center of the University, and it symbolizes the values that are great about UVA. We will maintain the tradition of an open pavilion by inviting students and alumni to visit us often.” The Zeithamls emphasized the traditional 19th century decor in the public areas of Pavilion X, and alumni were invited to participate in creating the pavilion's historic atmosphere.

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