June 15, 2007
Today's Forecast: Partly Cloudy, 80°
Tomorrow: Partly Cloudy, 83°
- Warner's Annual Summer Institute
- Neurosurgeon Honored for Research Efforts
- Singers Wanted
- Artists Featured in Lecture Series
- Event Highlight: Baroque Organ Performance
- Rochester in the News: Perlis on Sleep Deprivation
- In Higher Ed: Congressional Bill Aims to Increase Student Aid, Slash Lender Subsidies
Warner's Annual Summer Institute
The Warner School of Education will sponsor its annual two-day Summer Institute on Catholic Education on July 9 and 10 with this year's sessions geared toward some of the most pressing diversity challenges facing Catholic schools.
Neurosurgeon Honored for Research Efforts
Jason Huang, assistant professor in the Department of Neurosurgery, recently was honored with the 2007 Young Clinician Investigator Award.
Wanted: Singers to Perform the Classics this Summer
Like to sing in the shower? Then share your talents this summer at the "Eastman Summer Sings" series. The annual series of choral music reading sessions opens Tuesday, July 3, in Kilbourn Hall.
Rochester-Finger Lakes Artists Featured in Lecture Series
A series of lectures titled "Art at 11" kick off on June 21 at the Memorial Art Gallery. Guest speakers include artists featured in the 61st Rochester-Finger Lakes Exhibition. For reservations, call 473-7720, ext. 3072 or e-mail email@example.com.
Going for Baroque:
Memorial Art Gallery. 1 and 3 p.m.
For more events: www.rochester.edu/calendar
in the News
Washington Post (June 14)
"Many Cops Have Troubled Sleep"
"This study is long overdue," says Michael L. Perlis, associate professor of psychiatry and director of the Rochester Sleep Research Laboratory, about a study of the sleep disorders of police officers. "The police force is probably one of the largest populations of shift workers and most vulnerable to sleep loss and sleep deprivation."
Chronicle of Higher Education (June 14)
"U.S. House Committee Approves Bill to Increase Student Aid, Slash Lender Subsidies"
"A Congressional education panel approved a bill on Wednesday that would slash lender subsidies and use the savings to pay for an increase in student aid."
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