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Serving the University of Virginia community since 1890 The Cavalier Daily Tuesday, December 4, 2012 Mostly Sunny. High 70, Low 48 See A3 Volume 123, No. 52 Distribution 10,000 Faculty Senate unveils report THIS ALSO ISN’T REAL Representative committee commissions second-ever survey; finds University employees want higher wages By Emily Hutt attempted ouster of University President Teresa Sullivan in June. More than 3,000 salaried faculty and 865 wage-earning faculty responded online. The survey yielded a 53 percent faculty response rate after adjusting for ineligible responses. About 82 percent of faculty were satisfied at some level with the University overall, with about half of respondents being either very or extremely satisfied . But respondents said pay, communication and transparency and leadership at the dean level and above needed improvement. “I don’t think anyone was sur- Cavalier Daily Associate Editor Thomas Bynum | Cavalier Daily The Faculty Senate met Monday afternoon to discuss a new report that found 46 percent of faculty are dissatisfied with their pay. Forty-six percent of University faculty are dissatisfied with their pay, according to a survey released during a Monday afternoon Faculty Senate meeting. A 51-page report compiled by members of the senate’s Faculty Recruitment, Retention, Retirement and Welfare committee surveyed faculty about salaries, communication and leadership, the honor code and overall satisfaction with the University. The senate conducted the survey in 2011 in collaboration with the University’s Center for Survey Research. The survey was paid for by the Office of the President and was completed before the Please see Faculty, Page A3 U.Va. Medical Center misplaces device Unencrypted handheld contains confidential information regarding 1,846 patients; data includes identification, social security numbers By Julia Horowitz Cavalier Daily Senior Writer The University Medical Center disclosed Friday it has misplaced an unencrypted handheld electronic device containing confidential information about 1,846 of its patients. The device, which has been missing since the beginning of October , may have contained patients’ names, addresses, diagnoses, medications and Medicare identification numbers, which are sometimes Social Security numbers. The hospital has contacted all patients it believes are affected by the information breach. Officials said because the device is outdated it would make it difficult for an outside party to access the confidential information. “We have no reason to believe that the device has been accessed, but at the same time we are taking appropriate precautions,” said Bo Cofield, vice president for hospital and clinics operations. The Medical Center opened a to pose a major security risk to patients. On-call pharmacists at Continuum Home Infusion, a University service providing at-home medical care , were the ones using the device at the time of its disappearance. call center Monday to answer questions patients may have about the incident and is providing free credit-monitoring services to patients whose Social Security numbers may have been in the device. The device’s manufacturer is no longer in business , but Cofield said hospital officials do not anticipate the misplacement Please see Device, Page A3 SPORTS Virginia signs eight recruits During his 35 years as Virginia’s swim and dive head coach, Mark Bernardino has captured 25 ACC championships. His past recruits include 85 future All-Americans, four national champions and four Olympic gold medalists. Bernardino announces 2013-14 women’s class to include three of world’s best 25 swimmers under 18 By Matt Comey Cavalier Daily Associate Editor The No. 10 Virginia women’s swimming and diving team announced its 2013-14 recruiting class last week. Eight student athletes will join the program, including three top-25 swimmers in the international 18 and under age group. Five of the six women from the United States competed in the 2012 Olympic Trials in Omaha. Kaitlyn Jones of Newark, Del. and Leah Smith of Pittsburgh, Pa. highlight the group of standout American swimmers. “We are very excited about this group of women,” coach Mark Bernardino said. “We have found young women that are not only talented swimmers, but are excellent students and have very strong leadership skills and personal character traits.” Jones was a finalist in the 200 backstroke at the U.S. Olympic Trials and earned a gold medal Please see Swimming, Page A4 Courtesy Virginia Athletics Cavs take seventh at top tournament At a crossroads SEAN MCGOEY In the wake of Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher’s shocking murder-suicide Saturday, a score of reactions have emerged from different perspectives. Some mourn a friend and relative who was dealing with numerous demons and ended his own life too soon. Others vilify Belcher for taking the life of his girlfriend, calling him a “monster,” “scum,” and words that can’t be reprinted here. Others focus on the tragedy of a young girl left without parents. But another area worth discussing is the National Football League’s response. Not the immediate response. The decision to play the game was absolutely the right one. The sight of Chiefs and Panthers players joining together to pray before the game reminded us that in times of hardship, Please see McGoey, Page A4 Please recycle this newspaper The No. 17 Virginia wrestling team mounted a strong showing against a talent-heavy field at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational last weekend, despite sitting three starters. The team finished seventh with 64.5 points, 60 points behind champion Ohio State. “With three starters out, to finish in the top seven at arguably the toughest tournament in the country, we’re really happy with our performance,” coach Steve Garland said in a release. Three Virginia wrestlers placed in the top five in their weight classes. Freshman George DiCamillo finished fifth at 133 pounds, redshirt sophomore Nick Sulzer received third place at 165 pounds, and redshirt senior Jedd Moore was the runner-up at 157 pounds. Moore upset No. 1-seeded sophomore James Green in the quarterfinals, claiming a 7-6 decision in a hard-fought match. Moore fell 9-7 in the finals to No. 3-seeded junior RJ Pena of Oregon State. DiCamillo was an unstoppable force the tournament’s first day, recording two pin falls and a decision. Saturday was less kind to DiCamillo. He lost two straight matches before scoring a 59-second fall to salvage fifth place. Sulzer posted an equally dominant performance Friday, tallying three bonus point wins en route to a semifinal berth. Sulzer lost a 1-0 nail-biter to junior Steven Monk of North Dakota State Saturday but rallied to pick up two wins and capture third place. —compiled by Matt Wurzburger SPORTS IN BRIEF Courtesy Virginia Athletics Ninth-seeded redshirt senior Jedd Moore upset the tournament’s No. 1 seed to take second at 157 pounds in the Cliff Keen Invitational. Editor-in-chief (434) 924-1082 Ads 924-1085 CFO 924-1084 News Sports Life 924-1083 924-1089 924-1092 Graphics Production 924-3181 924-3181 Additional contact information may be found online at C M Y K Cyan Magenta Yellow Black Nation & World Comics Opinion Life Ads A2 A5 A6 A8 A10

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