Friday's Forecast: Cloudy, High: 72°
- Simon Offers
Online Scholarship Competition
- Works by Michigan
Artist on View
- Ten Minutes
with the Women's Volleyball Coach
Ride for a Cure, Multicultural Workshops
- In the Headlines:
Zupan, Masly, Schauf
School Offers Second Annual Online Business Simulation Scholarship Competition
The Simon School is again offering a unique online business simulation
scholarship competition for prospective students. This year's competition
begins on September 25, and registration is ongoing through that date.
and Drawings by Michigan Artist On View
The exhibition Location, featuring works by Michigan artist
Brian Elder, is on view in the Gallery at the Art & Music Library
through September 28.
Minutes with Women's Volleyball Coach Linda Downey
Women's volleyball coach Linda Downey discusses this year's team and
her expectations for the season as part of a series of interviews with
Yellowjacket head coaches.
The “Time for a Cure” motorcycle ride from Ontario to Sodus
Point and back supports the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center. Registration
begins at 10:30 a.m. at Kinley’s Pub, 476 Route 104, in Ontario,
followed by the ride at noon.
26 and 28
Two workshop sessions offer an interactive look at the legacy and traditions
associated with employment of African Americans at the University. The
series is sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Inclusion
and the African American Network. Open to all faculty and staff. To
register, call x6-3259 ext. 1 or e-mail email@example.com.
Medical Center, C OER 2-7539, noon to 1 p.m. (No Web link available.)
these calendars for more events: Currents,
Center, and Memorial
in the News
and Chronicle (September 14)
of Hope for Jobs Outlook
"The small and medium businesses are ultimately going to be the
key ingredient to the region's success," says Mark Zupan, dean
of the Simon School, in a report about local job growth.
Genetics: One Small Hop for a Gene...
Work by graduate student John Masly to investigate a new mechanism for
speciation is included in the science journal's weekly research roundup.
into a New Zipcar
Cam Schauf, the director of auxiliary operations, discusses Zipcar,
the national car-sharing program that is now available to University
faculty, staff, and students.
The New York
Times (September 13)
the Online Version
"It used to be that the first contact with a new roommate came
in a letter, a phone call, an e-mail message, but many students now
meet online, checking one another out on Facebook. But while all that
information can help pave the students’ path to friendship, it
can be too much for parents who might see the roommate’s photos
of wild partying, hints of drug use, or blunt statements about sexual
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