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- Parental Conflict:
How It Affects Kids
- Rochester Premiere
- Holiday Charity
- Eastman Announces
- Simon Celebrates
Simon Entrepreneurs Club, Faculty Artist Series at Eastman
- Sports Buzz:
Men's and Women's Basketball
- In the Headlines:
Niemi on Straight-Party Voting, Treanor on Stockpiling Flu Vaccine,
DeHaven on Sports Medicine
Parents Engage in Conflict Affects Kids in Unexpected Ways
Different types of marital conflict between mothers and fathers may
have different implications in the way they carry out their parenting
duties, say researchers from Rochester and the University of Notre Dame.
Myth Explores the Complexities of Love and Memory
The Rochester premiere of Eurydice, Sarah Ruhl's retelling
of the Greek myth of Orpheus, opens at 8 p.m. on Thursday, December
7, in Todd Theatre.
Businesses Rally around Holiday Charity
Starting after Thanksgiving and running through Saturday, December 16,
drop off a new, unwrapped toy at two locations in Fairport and receive
coupons redeemable at select Rochester-area businesses.
Announced in Eastman Voice Competition
Baritone Jonathan Michie, a first-year master’s student in the
studio of Carol Webber, took the top prize in this year's Friends of
Eastman Opera Voice Competition, which took place in Kilbourn Hall on
Saturday, November 18.
School Marks 20th Anniversary of Naming For William E. Simon
The Simon Graduate School of Business will mark the 20th anniversary
of the school's naming for the late financial entrepreneur and U.S.
Treasury Secretary William E. Simon on November 27. A panel discussion
on Integrity in Business from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in Gleason Hall, Room 318/418,
will be immediately followed by a 20th anniversary celebration in the
Schlegel Hall, Eisenberg Rotunda. Both events are free and open to the
Simon Entrepreneurs Club: Workshop series. Schlegel Hall 201, 12:40
to 1:20 p.m.
Faculty Artist Series: Don Harry, tuba. Free to University ID holders.
Eastman School, Kilbourn Hall, 8 p.m.
these calendars for more events: Currents,
of Nursing, and Memorial
The team plays at home November 25 and 27 in the Palestra, hosting Washington
& Jefferson and Buffalo State. Games can be heard live on WYSL 1040AM
or viewed live online at www.rochester.edu/athletics/webcast.
The team travels to Ithaca College on November 26 for a 6 p.m. tip-off.
Listen to live coverage on WYSL 1040AM.
Get the latest
Yellowjacket news and scores online at www.rochester.edu/athletics.
in the News
Voters' Support of Dems Draws Ire from Opposition
Richard Niemi, professor of political science, says recent field experiments
he has conducted show people are often confused by the straight-party
option, and most experts agree that it encourages voters to not take
the time to get educated about candidates. “It seems pretty clear
that what it was designed for is to keep people voting for a particular
party without thinking about who they were voting for,” Niemi
to Stockpile More Bird Flu Vaccine
"If you think that you want to have a certain number of doses held
in reserve that are ready to go and you don't have as many doses as
you thought you did because there's been some degradation, you probably
want to replace those doses," says vaccine expert John Treanor,
professor of medicine and microbiology and immunology.
Chronicle (November 21)
Revolutionary Medical Mind of DeHaven Puts UR on the Map
"Let's just say our discipline wasn't held in the highest esteem
by some of my colleagues in the medical profession," says knee
surgeon Kenneth DeHaven, senior associate dean for clinical affairs
and director of the University Medical Group Facility, who helped build
the University's sports medicine program into one of the nation's most
of Higher Education (November 21)
Program for Historically Black Colleges Is Underused, GAO Finds
"Historically black colleges and universities are not fully using
a Department of Education program that provides low-cost financing for
capital projects, according to a new report from the Government Accountability
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