August 2, 2007
Today's Forecast: Hazy Sunshine, High 94°
Tomorrow: Scattered Storms, High 86°
- Warner Offers
Info. Session for Employees
- Summer Issue of
- Red Wings’
Hawaiian Day Benefits Children’s Hospital
- Event Highlight:
Gallery Highlights Tour
- Rochester in
the News: Giuseppe Erba on Justice Roberts' Seizure, Arthur Moss
on Drug Safety
- In Higher Ed:
Congress' Next Move on Antipiracy
Information Session for Employees
The Warner School of Education is holding an information session for employees
today at 11:30 a.m. in Rush Rhees Library. Learn
more about the school's full- and part-time certificate, master’s,
and doctoral programs. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
or (585) 275-3950.
View the Summer
Issue of Eastman Notes
The latest issue of Eastman Notes includes a profile of Dean
Douglas Lowry, a closer look at why music matters, and much more.
Hawaiian Jersey Day Helps Golisano Children’s Hospital
The Rochester Red Wings, decked out in commemorative Hawaiian-print
jerseys, take on the Ottawa Lynx beginning at 1:35 p.m. Sunday, August
12, at Frontier Field. Proceeds benefit Golisano Children’s Hospital
Highlights Tour: A docent-led tour of the collections. 6:30 p.m.
For more events: www.rochester.edu/calendar
in the News
"Roberts' Seizure May Foster Awareness of Condition"
Giuseppe Erba, professor of neurology, comments on the benign nature
of the seizure U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Roberts suffered recently.
"Judge Roberts doesn't have any disease, other than that his brain
is more excitable than yours or mine," says Erba. Read
"Unsafe at the FDA"
Arthur Moss, a member of an FDA panel that recently investigated safety
data on GlaxoSmithKline's diabetes drug Avandia, says the controversy
surrounding the drug may put the FDA on stronger footing to demand more
data about safety. Moss is professor of medicine, professor of community
and preventive medicine, and director of the Heart Research Follow-up
Program at the Medical Center. Read
Chronicle of Higher
Education (August 1)
"A Close Call in the Senate Has Colleges Concerned About the Next Antipiracy
Move in Congress"
"When it briefly looked as if the U.S. Senate would pass a measure last
week that, if enacted, would have forced some colleges to buy antipiracy
technology, campus officials gulped in surprise. How, they asked, did
a proposal they almost universally reviled appear destined to sneak
into legislation to renew the Higher Education Act?" Read
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