Thursday's Forecast: Showers, High: 56°
Tomorrow: Mix of Clouds/Sun, High: 53°
- Eastman Weekend
- Flu Clinics
Retirement Workshop, Organ Festival, Bone Health
- Sports Buzz:
Upcoming Home Games
- In the Headlines:
Campbell on Group Medical Appointments
Weekend Celebrates Past, Present, and Future
The Eastman School celebrates its past, present, and future on October
20 to 22 with Eastman Weekend, a three-day event that combines Alumni
Weekend, Family Weekend, and Eastman Community Music School Open House.
The weekend features many concerts, presentations, and workshops that
are open to the public.
Shot Clinics Open to Employees, Spouses
The Human Resources/Benefits Office, in partnership with the School
of Nursing, is offering a flu vaccination program for University employees
and their spouses. Flu shots will be provided at no cost to employees
and their spouses who are enrolled in the University Health Care Plans.
Participates in Screenings of Avant-Garde Films
Puerto Rican filmmaker José Rodríguez-Soltero, a significant
figure of New York avant-garde film, will present his 1967 work Lupe
at 8 p.m. Wednesday, October 18, in the Dryden Theatre of the George
Eastman House. The program, which concludes the three-week "Lives
of Performers" series, also includes the screening of Andy Warhol's
1966 work Hedy.
This information session is designed for faculty and staff eligible
to participate in the University’s retirement program and for
those who are new to investing or who want to review their current investment
strategy. The meeting is from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at the Medical Center
in ACF-C #2-1361.
The 2006 Eastman Rochester Organ Initiative Festival kicks off today
and continues through October 15. The event includes presentations and
concerts, many open to the public.
J. Edward Puzas, the Donald and Mary Clark Professor of Orthopedics
and an expert on bones and the diseases that afflict them, will discuss
his work as part of a lecture series highlighting biological and biomedical
research at 4 p.m. in Adolph Auditorium (Room 1-7619) at the Medical
these calendars for more events: Currents,
of Nursing, and Memorial
* Field Hockey, 4 p.m.
* Women's Soccer, 5 p.m.
* Men's Soccer, 7:30 p.m.
* Men's Cross Country, 11 a.m.
* Women's Cross Country, noon
* Women's Soccer, 11 a.m.
* Men's Soccer, 1:30 p.m.
a complete schedule.)
in the News
and Chronicle (October 11)
Doctor Will See Us Now
Tom Campbell, chair of the Department of Family Medicine, says he hopes
to introduce drop-in group medical appointments, or DIGMAs, into his
practice. The technique allows 12 to 20 patients to share a 60- to 90-minute
session with their doctor.
Ed (October 11)
Outlook for Science Funds
"The U.S. Senate has rolled together three bills on science competitiveness
into a single, bipartisan package that may or may not be voted on in
the upcoming lame duck session this November. The House Science Committee
is considering a somewhat similar bill, and passage by the Senate would
help to push federal spending on science and technology forward."
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