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Schedule : Look for the next issue of @Rochester on Tuesday,
January 2. We will resume our daily schedule on Monday, January 8. Happy
- Taubman Named
Editor of Journal
- Guidelines for
Using Fire Extinguishers
Exclusive O'Keeffe Viewing, Kwanzaa Family Day, Basketball at Home
- In the Headlines:
Treanor on Avian Flu Vaccines, Jarrell on Backdating Scandal, Deci
on Graduation Rates
Taubman Named Editor of American Heart Association Journal
Mark Taubman, chief of the cardiology division and director of the Cardiovascular
Research Institute, has been named editor-in-chief of the journal Arteriosclerosis,
Thrombosis and Vascular Biology, one of five medical journals produced
by the American Heart Association. In conjunction with the appointment,
the journal offices will move to Rochester and will help focus national
and international attention on the University and the region as a major
center for the study of cardiovascular diseases.
for Using Fire Extinguishers
Environmental Health and Safety has posted guidelines for proper use
of fire extinguishers. Reminder: The only time a fire extinguisher should
be used to fight a fire is when the fire department has been notified,
there is a clear exit behind the person using the extinguisher, and
the fire is small, self-contained, and not spreading rapidly. To schedule
extinguisher training, call the Fire Marshal’s Office at x5-3243.
Exclusive O'Keeffe Viewing: Open to University employees and their guests.
Admission charge. Memorial Art Gallery, 8:30 to 10 a.m.
Kwanzaa Family Day: Memorial Art Gallery, 4 to 9 p.m.
Basketball: The women's and men's teams host RIT. Palestra, 6 p.m. (women)
and 8 p.m. (men).
these calendars for more events: Currents,
of Nursing, and Memorial
in the News
Standard (December 25 issue)
Chicken Littles Were Wrong
The editorial about concerns over an avian flu pandemic cites research
by John Treanor, professor of medicine, and colleagues at the Medical
Center on the effectiveness of older flu vaccines in treating recent
strains of the virus.
Have Lost at Least $100 Billion over Backdating
A new study coauthored by Gregg Jarrell, professor of finance and economics
at the Simon School, suggests that shareholders who own stock in companies
caught up in a backdating scandal have lost at least $100 billion.
ABC (December 21)
Small to Tackle Big Problem
“It requires having small groups of students and teachers working
together on an ongoing basis so that students understand that there
is somebody in their school who really knows them and will be there
for them," said Edward Deci, professor of clinical and social psychology,
during a brainstorming session on Wednesday held to address low graduation
rates in the Rochester City School District.
Ed (December 22)
Language Job Market
"The job market for modern languages appears to be holding steady,
with slow growth in both the number of available positions and the number
of new doctorates, according to an analysis released Thursday by the
Modern Language Association."
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