June 8, 2007
Today's Forecast: Partly Sunny, 89°
Tomorrow: Fair, 72°
- Rochester Spreads Knowledge of Cancer-Related Fatigue
- Road Resealing Project Starts Monday
- Medical Management Master's Program
- Event Highlight: Rochester International Jazz Festival
- Rochester in the News: Loretta Ford Honored
- In Higher Ed: Title IX's Effect on Men's Sports
Rochester Spreads Knowledge of Cancer-Related Fatigue
In a special publication sent to thousands of oncologists nationwide this month, Medical Center scientists offer an in-depth look at cancer-related fatigue, with hope that a better understanding of the topic will prompt new research and treatment.
Road Resealing Project Starts Monday
A project to reseal River Campus roads begins on Monday, June 11, and is expected to continue through Monday, August 20. The project involves applying a tar sealant over the existing asphalt on all the major campus roadways. Some traffic delays and detours can be expected. Pedestrians and bicyclists should take extra care to avoid work areas. A weather-dependent work schedule is available online. Direct comments or questions to Christina Goodermote at 273-5549 or pager 220-4967.
Learn More about Simon's Medical Management Master's Program
Get details about the Simon School's program for medical professionals at an information reception on Tuesday, June 19, at 5 p.m. in the Louise Slaughter Room (B CC 9-555) at the Medical Center. For reservations or more information, contact Kate Walsh at 273-1645 or email@example.com.
Rochester International Jazz Festival:
Free performance by the Dave Rivello Ensemble. Memorial Art Gallery. 4 p.m.
Correction, Second Friday Science Social:
The listing for today's Second Friday Science Social in yesterday's @Rochester should have listed the location as The Case Methods Room.
For more events: www.rochester.edu/calendar
in the News
Indiana Statesman (June 7)
"Graduation: It all leads to this"
A story on graduation ceremonies at Indiana State University notes that Loretta Ford, dean emerita of the School of Nursing, received an honorary degree. The story cited Ford as "an internationally recognized leader in the nursing profession."
The New York Times (June 6, 2007)
"Study May Fuel Debate Over Title IX's Effect on Men's Sports"
"As Title IX commemorates its 35th anniversary this month, a study released [Tuesday] will further agitate the debate over whether it has damaged men's college athletics and caused the elimination of dozens of men's teams."
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