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@Rochester — June 13, 2007


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In Today's Issue

  • Johns Hopkins Technology Leader Joins Rochester Team
  • Dan Wesley Named Rochester Golf Coach
  • Young Entrepreneurs Academy Information Session
  • June Issue of HR Intercom
  • Event Highlight: Dave Brubeck Quartet
  • Rochester in the News: Rochester Researchers on Cancer and 9/11 Rescuers
  • In Higher Ed: Report on Education and Wages

News and Announcements

Johns Hopkins Technology Leader Joins Rochester Team
Joseph W. Meister joined the advancement team on June 1 as associate vice president of advancement services.    Read more...

Dan Wesley Named Rochester Golf Coach
Dan Wesley, who contributed to the Rochester's golf legacy as both a player and assistant coach, will take over as Rochester's head golf coach on July 1. Rich Johnson, who coached the team since 1996, is retiring.    Read more...

Young Entrepreneurs Academy Information Session
Learn more about the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) on Tuesday, June 19, from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Gowen Room, Wilson Commons. The yearlong program guides middle and high school students in launching and running their own real businesses. For more information or to RSVP, contact the Office of Special Programs at 275-2344.  

June 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.   Read more...


June 13
Dave Brubeck Quartet: Eastman Theatre. 8 to 10 p.m.  

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Rochester in the News

Chicago Daily Herald (June 11)
"Doctors Fear Cancer Will Strike 9/11 Rescuers"
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University and Rochester have suggested tracking diseases among 40,000 ground zero workers for at least two decades, fearing that cancer will become a "third wave" of illnesses among those exposed to toxic dust.    Read more...

In Higher Education

Chronicle of Higher Education
"Americans Must Attend College to Receive a Good Wage, Report Says"
A new report published [Tuesday] by Education Week looks at the skills required to get jobs in every state and concludes that, at both the state and national level, people need to complete at least some college to earn a decent wage.   Read more...

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