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- New Clues to
the Cancer Puzzle
- Simon Makes
- Musical World
- February Issue
of HR Intercom
- Event Highlight:
in the News: A Review of Gross's New Book, Glezen on Health Care
Barriers for Lesbians and Bisexuals
- In Higher
Uncover New Target in Cancer Mutation Puzzle
While investigating the two most frequent types of mutations in cancer,
Rochester scientists discovered a possible new route to treatment that
would take advantage of the mutations instead of trying to repair them.
The research is reported online this week in the journal Nature
Structural & Molecular Biology.
Makes Fortune List of 'Best Schools for Getting Hired'
The Simon School is ranked 22nd among the 50
Best Business Schools for Getting Hired in a new survey by Fortune
magazine and QS, a leading career network.
Educators to Speak at Warner
Ralph Spezio, a retired principal from the Rochester City School District,
and Patricia Chiverton, dean of School of Nursing, will discuss “The
Entrepreneurial Educator: Adding Value to Our Community” on February
27, at 7:30 p.m. in the Hawkins-Carlson Room of Rush Rhees Library.
Both entrepreneurs will share how they have transformed their schools
to benefit students and the community.
Snyder Performs World Premiere in Eastman Theatre
Barry Snyder, professor of piano, will perform in the world premiere
of A Shifting Trek, a piano concerto by Eastman professor emeritus
Sydney Hodkinson, on Sunday, February 25, at 3 p.m. in Eastman Theatre.
The new work was commissioned by the Eastman School’s Hanson Institute
for American Music.
Issue of HR Intercom Available Online
View the latest issue of HR Intercom, a newsletter with up-to-date
information about Human Resources programs and resources.
Archaeology Lecture: "High Tech and High Stakes." Memorial
Art Gallery, 7:30 p.m.
for more events.
in the News
Sun (February 21)
Shylock Is Shakespeare, a new book by Kenneth Gross, professor
of English, is reviewed.
and Chronicle (February 21)
Takes on Health: Barriers in Cancer Care
"There are some data to suggest that lesbian and bisexual women,
as a group, may have a higher rate of obesity, alcohol use, and smoking,"
says Sharon Glezen, assistant professor of medicine and clinical chief
of University Health Service, in a report about barriers to breast cancer
The New York
Times (February 21)
History Department Bans Citing Wikipedia as a Research Source
"Middlebury College has jumped into a growing debate within journalism,
the law and academia over what respect, if any, to give Wikipedia articles."
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