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- Message from
- Postponed: Jesse
- Dalecki to Lead
- Eastman Mosaic
- Event Highlight:
Civil Rights Struggle in the African Imagination
- Sports Buzz:
Basketball and Swimming at Home
in the News: Caine on Suicide, Plosser on Inflation
- In Higher
Sustainability and Endowments
Message Highlights Recent Milestones
In a letter to the University community, President Seligman marks the
halfway point of 2006-2007. "I want to highlight some of the milestones
of what has been an impressive year."
Jackson's Friday Address Postponed
The annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Address scheduled for
Friday, January 26, has been postponed due to a family emergency. The
talk, featuring the Rev. Jesse Jackson, will be rescheduled. Updates
will be announced as details become available.
to Direct Rochester Center for Biomedical Ultrasound
Diane Dalecki, associate professor of biomedical engineering and an
expert on the interaction between ultrasound and biological systems,
has been appointed the new director of the Rochester Center for Biomedical
Quartet Sets the Tone for Eastman’s New ‘Mosaic Series’
In an age of growing eclecticism, classical music artists today are
stretching beyond their traditional boundaries and embracing music from
increasingly diverse sources. In this spirit, the Eastman School celebrates
some of today’s most versatile and innovative musicians with a
unique new concert series, Eastman Mosaic.
Century Later, New Research Brings Initial Find of Alois Alzheimer to
Fore Once Again
The two dominant proteins that determine how much blood flows through
the body’s arteries have been implicated in Alzheimer’s
disease, according to new Medical Center research. The findings hark
back to what German physician Alois Alzheimer noted when he first recognized
the disease 100 years ago.
The Civil Rights Struggle in the African Imagination: Hawkins-Carlson
Room, Rush Rhees Library, 3 p.m.
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athletics news at www.rochester.edu/athletics.
The men's and women's teams play two upcoming games at home, hosting
Case Western Reserve University on Friday and Emory University on Sunday.
Also on Sunday, the men's and women's teams host a swimming and diving
in the News
American (January 23)
Mass Screening for Mental Illness in Teens Inspires Controversy
Eric Caine, codirector of the University Center for the Study of Prevention
of Suicide and the John Romano Professor of Psychiatry, discusses the
prevalence of mental illnesses worldwide in an article about teen suicide.
Inquirer (January 24)
Economy: Inflation Nags at Phila. Fed Chief
Charles Plosser, former Simon School dean and current president of the
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, addresses his concerns about current
Ed (January 22)
Sustainability Report Card
"The Sustainable Endowments Institute, a two-year-old group that
studies university investment policies, has kept tabs on the slew of
green initiatives and whether colleges invest in green-friendly ways.
In its College Sustainability Report Card being released [Thursday],
many of the nation’s top colleges receive high marks for their
campus greening practices. But many of those same colleges receive much
lower grades in categories that measure green investment decisions and
willingness to share information about how they use their endowment
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