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- Gift from Simon
- Bookstore Appreciation
- Concert Benefits
- Women in the
Fulbright Info. Session, Lunchtime Jazz Concert, Craig Owens Memorial
Lecture, History of Physics
- Sports Buzz:
Swimming and Basketball at Home
- In the Headlines:
Seligman on Investors' Rights, Myers-Gell on Hiring Military Veterans
School Receives Major Gift From Arunas and Pamela Chesonis
Arunas Chesonis '91S (MBA), '04 (HNR) and his wife, Pamela, have pledged
$1.5 million to the Simon School over the next three years to establish
Chesonis Entrepreneurial Scholarships for full-time M.B.A. students.
Hosts Appreciation Day
The River Campus Bookstore is holding its annual Faculty, Staff, and
Student Appreciation Day on Friday, December 8, in the Frederick Douglass
Building. Shop from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to receive discounts on all University
emblematic clothing and gifts, all backpacks, and all general reading
Benefits New Voice and Opera Scholarship Fund
A concert featuring Eastman School vocal faculty on December 3 in Kilbourn
Hall will benefit a new endowed scholarship that will be awarded in
the future to an Eastman voice student.
Hosts Event on Women's Progress in Visual Arts
"100 Years Since Susan B.: Women's Progress in the Visual Arts
from Georgia O'Keeffe to Generation Y" features art historian Ann
Sutherland Harris and artists Nancy Jurs, Sydney Licht, and Marni Shindelman
on December 3 at the Memorial Art Gallery. RSVP by December 1 by calling
x5-8799 or visiting www.rochester.edu/SBA/MAG2006registration.html.
Cosponsored by the gallery and the Susan B. Anthony Center for Women's
Eastman at Washington Square: "Jazz Performance Workshop"
featuring Eastman School faculty member Jeff Campbell. First Universalist
Church, Corner of South Clinton Avenue and Court Street, 12:15 to 12:45
Fulbright Information Session: Juniors and graduate students can learn
more about the program. Stackel Room, Wilson Commons, 2 p.m.
History and Philosophy of Physics/External Speakers Series: Richard
Staley of the University of Wisconsin at Madison, "Quantum Theory,
Disciplinary Time, and the Origins of Classical Physics." Gowen
Room, Wilson Commons, 3:30 p.m.
Craig Owens Memorial Lecture: Carole Vance of Columbia University, "'Juanita/Svetlana/Geeta'
Is Crying: Melodrama, Human Rights, and Anti-Trafficking Interventions."
Welles-Brown Room, Rush Rhees Library, 4 p.m.
these calendars for more events: Currents,
of Nursing, and Memorial
View a complete
schedule at www.rochester.edu/athletics.
Women's Swimming: The teams host the Liberty League Championships
on December 1 and 2.
The men's and women's teams play at home on December 5. The women host
William Smith College at 6 p.m. and the men host Hobart College at 8
in the News
Ledger-Enquirer (November 29)
Employers Value the Skills and Discipline of Vets
you look at the number of qualified military men and women and the fact
that they've served their country . . . how could you not make the military
part of your national recruitment effort?" asks Judie Myers-Gell,
a multicultural recruitment specialist for Human Resources, in an article
about hiring military veterans.
Post (November 29)
Years After Enron, Firms Seek Weaker Rules
In the report, President Seligman expresses concern about any new limits
on the ability of people to sue companies over accounting, saying it
could "handicap the ability of the SEC to be a vigilant watchdog.
. . . To have this occur, so soon after the dramatic increase in fraud
that led to Sarbanes-Oxley, would be deeply troublesome."
of Higher Education (November 29)
Change How Students Work but Do Not Improve Their Performance, Study
"To the hundreds of colleges that require students to buy or lease
laptops, it may seem like a no-brainer: Supply a student with a portable
computer, and surely he or she will reap some educational benefits.
But a laptop's value isn't so cut and dried, according to a study conducted
by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University."
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