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- Moore to Direct
- New Clues about
- Lower Back Pain
- Simon Scholarships
- Event Highlight:
Cinema Group Double Feature
in the News: Basketball Player Muller, Federoff on Mad Cow Disease
- In Higher
Michigan and Affirmative Action
Provost Directs Entrepreneurial Efforts at University
Duncan T. Moore has been appointed vice provost for entrepreneurship
in recognition of his scholarship and research, personal achievements
as an entrepreneur, and abilities to advance the University's entrepreneurial
Research Yields New Cancer Approach
Medical Center researchers believe they have discovered by chance a
new way to fight colorectal cancer and, potentially, cancers of the
esophagus, liver, and skin.
Better’ Series Tackles Lower Back Pain
A free workshop exploring the causes, treatment, and prevention of lower
back pain will be held on Monday, February 12, at Strong Memorial Hospital.
School and Greater Rochester Enterprise Offer More Scholarships for
The Simon School is again partnering with Greater Rochester Enterprise
to offer scholarships to 15 dynamic managers at small- to mid-size local
firms and nonprofit organizations wishing to pursue an Executive M.B.A.
Cinema Group Double Feature: Banquet and 2 Become 1.
Hoyt Hall, 7 p.m.
for more events.
in the News
Driven to Support Daughter
The article spotlights Rochester basketball player Danielle Muller '07
and her parents who often make the 374-mile trip from South Huntington
to see Muller play in home games. "They have only missed two games
out of 18 this season and only about 10 since my freshman year,"
Blocking Reverses 'Mad Cow Disease' in Mice
“It actually suggests that there may be a window of time in which
one could intervene [with treatment]," says Howard Federoff, professor
of neurology, medicine, microbiology and immunology, about new research
findings that indicated blocking the production of certain proteins
could restore brain function for mice infected with a form of "mad
The New York
Times (February 2)
Affirmative Action Suit Settled
"A lawsuit that prompted a 2003 Supreme Court decision over affirmative
action admissions policies at the University of Michigan has been settled,
concluding a nearly decade-long battle."
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