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- Eastman Composer Awarded Fromm Foundation Commission
- Toy Safety Tips from Golisano Children's Hospital
- River Campus Holiday Social
- Free Dental Screenings in December
- Breakfast With Santa
- Event Highlight: Mos
in the News: Udo Fehn Discusses Ethanol
- In Higher
Ed: Anthropologists Debate How to Work with Military
Awarded Fromm Foundation Commission
Allan Schindler, professor of composition at the Eastman School, has
been awarded one of the most prestigious awards in composition, a $10,000
commission from the Fromm Music Foundation at Harvard University. Read
What’s Safe to Give Kids This Holiday Season?
In the midst of the holiday hubbub, don't let your safety consciousness
be shoved to the wayside. Lead, lead, everywhere; choking hazards abound.
What’s a parent to do? Read
Offers Free Screenings
Dental Center is offering free periodontal disease screenings for
all faculty, staff, and students in December. The screenings will be
held on Monday and Friday mornings and all day on Thursdays. To schedule
an appointment, contact Heidi Lead at 275-1147 or stop the Perio/Prostho
Department on the second floor.
Alumni, families, and friends are invited to the University's Breakfast
with Santa, complete with crafts, carols, a gift for every child, and
photos with Santa (bring your own camera). Donate to the Toys-for-Tots
program by bringing an unwrapped toy for a child up to 14 years of age.
Tickets are $11 for adults, $8 for ages 3-12, and free for those under
age 3. The Saturday, Dec. 15, event runs 9 a.m. to noon in the Douglass
Dining Center, Frederick Douglass Building. Call 275-7687 to register.
Free parking is available in library and intercampus lots.
Def Talk: "Entrepreneurship, Politics, Hip Hop, and
Def." Advancement and Alumni Center, River Road Auditorium.
For more events: www.rochester.edu/calendar
in the News
and Chronicle (Nov. 30)
"Process Begins at Ethanol Plant in Shelby"
Udo Fehn, professor of earth and environmental sciences, says that
the efficiency of ethanol as an alternative energy source depends on
how the raw materials are produced. "There is a big number range
going around [for ethanol's so-called energy returned on energy invested].
It depends on what you put into the equation." Read
of Higher Education (Nov. 30)
"Report on How to Work with the Military Stirs Debate at Anthropologists'
The American Anthropological Association debates the ethical rules
that should constrain anthropologists' work with military, intelligence,
and national-security agencies. Read
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