Monday's Forecast: Showers, High: 56°
Tomorrow: Showers, High: 50°
- Using Lasers
to Make Metal Black
- Simon's New
Management Master's Program
- Nutcracker on
Ice Benefits Children's Hospital
- Preview Eastman's
- Library Open
Excellence in Research Day, Eastman's Faculty Artist Series, Warner's
Wednesday Lunch Hour
- In the Headlines:
Gamm on Randy Kuhl, Alumna Winn on Her Career as a Cellist
Laser Blast Creates True 'Black Metal'
"Black gold" is not just an expression anymore. Scientists
at the University have created a way to change the properties of almost
any metal to render it, literally, black.
School Offers New General Management Master's Program
The Simon School is offering a new master of science degree in business
administration with a concentration in general management. The program
allows busy working professionals in fields such as engineering, optics,
and computer science, among others, to gain management skills in a one-year
'Nutcracker' Takes to Ice
Giant rats and sugar plum fairies lace up their skates, not their ballet
slippers, for the Sunday, December 17, “Nutcracker on Ice Holiday
Show” at ESL Sports Centre. A portion of the profits will benefit
Golisano Children’s Hospital at Strong.
Eastman School's Summer Session
The Eastman School has posted offerings and tentative courses and dates
for the 2007 summer session. Updates, additional course titles, and
full descriptions will be added in the coming month. All listings are
subject to change until final posting in early January.
Offers Extended Hours
The reference desk in Rush Rhees Library will be open until 11 p.m.
on November 27 and on December 3 to 4, 10 to 11.
Excellence in Research Day: First annual event features presentations
by leading Medical Center researchers. Awards ceremony follows. Medical
Center, Class of '62 Auditorium, 8 to 11:30 a.m.
Faculty Artist Series: John Graham, viola. Free to University ID holders.
Eastman School, Kilbourn Hall, 8 p.m.
Warner Wednesday Lunch Hour: Presentation and discussion about Warner
projects in the community. Dewey B-315, noon to 1 p.m.
these calendars for more events: Currents,
of Nursing, and Memorial
in the News
Journal (November 22)
Not Worried about Minority Status
Although the majority party generally gets more money, Republican Rep.
Randy Kuhl will still be able to use his position to be “an effective
advocate for the Southern Tier,” says Gerald Gamm, associate professor
of political science and history.
Union (November 18)
Charter Member to Help Church Celebrate 50th Anniversary
Alumna Nancy Winn '40, a charter member and cellist for the Delmar Presbyterian
Church, discusses her life and career, including her years with the
Albany Symphony, in a Q&A.
The New York
Times (November 21)
Divide, College Leaders Take to Blogging
"Some university presidents are vaulting the digital and generational
divide and starting their own blogs."
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