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- Photo: Higher
Education Media Roundtable
- Dalkey Archive
Not Relocating to Rochester
- Q&A: Campus
Political Scientists on Election 2006
Faculty Artist Series, Simon Info. Reception, Retirement Workshop
- In the Headlines:
Harris on Sexism in Politics, DiGiovanni on Plantar Fasciitis
Roundtable—President Seligman talks with New York Times
reporter Sam Dillon at the Higher Education Media Roundtable in New York
City on November 9. Seligman answered reporters' questions about the effects
of the election on higher education, the impact of higher tuition on middle-income
families, university efforts to meet the energy crisis, and the impact
of the Michigan ballot initiative on diversity in higher education. (Photo
Credit: Chris Taggart)
Archive Press Unable to Move to University
The University and Dalkey Archive Press have mutually agreed to dissolve
the contract under which Dalkey Press would have moved to the University
in January 2007. Dalkey Press is a prestigious nonprofit publisher specializing
in international literature and translations.
Continues on Campus Master Plan
Read a Q&A with Ronald Paprock, senior vice president for administration
and finance and chief financial officer, and Paul Tankel, University
architect, about the Campus Master Plan.
Celebrates International Education Week
Rochester joins schools and organizations across the country in celebrating
International Education Week, November 13 to 17. The annual initiative
of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education
recognizes the benefits of international education and cultural exchange.
2006: Blueprint for Bipartisanship?
Rochester political scientists say the nation’s political leaders
have a small window to decide whether last week’s election results
will cast them as opponents or partners.
Eastman School Faculty Artist Series: Pianist Russell Miller, tickets
required, Kilbourn Hall, 8 p.m.
Simon School Information Reception: M.B.A. and M.S. information reception,
RSVP to x5-3439, Schlegel Hall Rotunda, 5 to 7 p.m.
Retirement Program Information Session: "Understanding the University
of Rochester's Retirement Program" and "Fundamentals of Investing,"
HR Conference Room (#1-6127), Medical Center, 1 to 2 p.m.
these calendars for more events: Currents,
of Nursing, and Memorial
in the News
Foot Hold that Spurs Healing
The article cites research by Benedict DiGiovanni, associate professor
of orthopedics, who has tested a new exercise specifically designed
to reduce heel pain associated with plantar fasciitis.
Post (November 11)
America too Racist for Barack? Too Sexist for Hillary?
Fredrick Harris, professor of political science, says he sees a post-gender
future out there, and its name is Condoleezza Rice. The secretary of
state, he notes, "is unmarried, has no children, is completely
dedicated to her job, for pleasure she plays the piano and works, and
that's about it."
of Higher Education (November 13)
Students Benefit Most From 'Engagement'
"Students who participate in collaborative learning and educational
activities outside the classroom and who interact more with faculty
members get better grades, are more satisfied with their education,
and are more likely to remain in college. But the gains from those practices
are even greater for students from underrepresented racial and ethnic
backgrounds, or who come to college less prepared than their peers.
Those are among the major findings of the latest annual National Survey
of Student Engagement." (Access available through University network.)
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