Thursday's Forecast: Partly Cloudy, High: 55°
Tomorrow: Mostly Sunny, 57°
- Four Alumni
- Fitness Campaign
- EROI Festival
- Crew Regatta
- AIDS Research
- Morgan Lecture
Life Insurance Session, Day at Simon, Neilly Series
- Sports Buzz:
Upcoming Home Games
- In the Headlines:
Eastman Alumnus Fuyuume, Athlete Sam Carr
Names Four Trustees
Four alumni with expertise in business and finance will begin serving
on the Board of Trustees this month.
Launches New Fitness Campaign
Well-U, the University's employee wellness program, is launching a new
America On the Move campaign, modeled on the successful initiative conducted
Rochester Organ Initiative's Annual Festival Kicks Off Kilbourn Hall
Set for October 12 to 15, the 2006 Eastman Rochester Organ Initiative
(EROI) Festival will feature American organ building in the 20th century
and in particular two great American organ builders: the late E.M. Skinner,
whose work includes the Eastman School's Kilbourn Hall organ, and master
organ builder John Brombaugh, who will be at the event as a guest speaker
and to help celebrate the kickoff for the next stage of EROI—renovation
of the Kilbourn Hall Skinner organ.
Women's Crews Compete in Head of the Genesee Regatta
More than 35 collegiate men's and women's teams from New York, the East
Coast, and Canada will compete Sunday, October 8, in the Head of the
Genesee Invitational Regatta.
Race to Design the First Treatments Specifically for NeuroAIDS
Medical Center researchers have received a $7 million grant to confirm
that two new drug classes can protect the brain from HIV-related nerve
Academic-Industry Collaboration Brings Talent to Rochester
A new kind of collaboration between the University and the Eastman Kodak
Company will bring a national leader in artificial intelligence research
Lecture Series Takes a Closer Look at Evangelicals
This year's Lewis Henry Morgan Lecture Series features two events that
examine evangelical Christianity. On October 11, Tanya Luhrmann, Max
Palevsky Professor in the Committee on Human Development at the University
of Chicago, explores the way people learn to develop an intimate relationship
with God in evangelical Christianity in her talk at 7 p.m. in Lander
Auditorium, Hutchison Hall. A panel discussion moderated by Thomas Gibson,
professor of anthropology, follows on October 12 at 4:30 p.m. in the
Welles-Brown Room of Rush Rhees Library.
Representatives from Securian Life and the Benefits Office will be available
at information/enrollment sessions to discuss group life insurance options
for regular full-time and part-time faculty and staff. Sessions are
held from noon to 5 p.m. at the House of Six Nations (North End) at
the Medical Center, and from 8:30 to 11 a.m. at the Bridge Lounge in
Simon Executive Experience Day offers prospective students an opportunity
to meet with faculty, attend an Executive M.B.A. class, speak with alumni
of the program, and get more detailed information about application
procedures. Registration required. The event is from 11:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. at Schlegel Hall in the Simon School.
Author of Out of Eden: An Odyssey of Ecological Invasion, Alan
Burdick will discuss his latest book as part of the continuing Neilly
Series at 5 p.m. in the Hawkins-Carlson Room of Rush Rhees Library.
these calendars for more events: Currents,
of Nursing, and Memorial
* Football, 1 p.m.
* Women's Soccer, 5 p.m.
* Men's Soccer, 7 p.m.
a complete schedule.)
in the News
Times (October 4)
New Chapter for a Village, Once Barracks
John Fuyuume ’48E, ’50E (MM) discusses the time he and his
family spent living and working at Seabrook Village in New Jersey, an
alternative to the World War II-era internment camps for Japanese-Americans.
Chronicle (October 4)
the Spotlight: Sam Carr
Fairport native Sam Carr '07, who plays women’s volleyball and
softball at the University, is profiled.
Science Monitor (October 4)
Activists Rise Again—This Time for Darfur
"The crisis has sparked widespread grass-roots support and calls
for UN intervention."
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