May 10, 2007
Today's Forecast: Scattered Storms, 78°
Tomorrow: Sunny, 76°
- Goodridge Returns to NCAAs
- Dentistry Launches Digital Archive
- Event Highlight: Energy Conservation
- Sports Buzz: Softball, Track, and Baseball
- Rochester in the News: Jerold Zimmerman on Business School Rankings
- In Higher Ed: U.S. House to Vote on Ethical Guidelines for Colleges
Goodridge Returns to NCAAs
Junior golfer Stephen Goodridge will have the opportunity to defend his NCAA Division III Individual National Golf Championship. He has been selected to compete in the 2007 NCAA Division III Championships as an individual.
Dentistry Launches Digital Archive
Graduate student Elizabeth Kettell has spent the past year connecting the past to the future. A senior library assistant at the Basil G. Bibby Library, Kettell is nearing the end of a project to digitize the entire dentistry archive, a collection of more than 300 images and other artifacts dating to the early 1900s.
"Conserving Energy Is Out, Limiting Power Is In." Computer Studies Building 209. 11 a.m.
For more events: www.rochester.edu/calendar
Softball: The softball team opens its first-ever NCAA Tournament, playing in Cortland, N.Y. today at 4 p.m.
Track: Men's and women's track compete at Roberts Wesleyan on Friday at 1 p.m.
Baseball: The Yellowjackets kick off the first round of the Liberty League playoffs against St. Lawrence in Troy, N.Y. on Friday at 9:30 a.m.
Yellowjacket sports: www.rochester.edu/athletics.
in the News
Business Week (May 9)
"A Rank Offense to B-Schools?"
"In a soon-to-be published article, 'What's Really Wrong With U.S. Business Schools,' husband and wife USC B-school profs Harry and Linda DeAngelo and the University of Rochester's Jerold Zimmerman lay the blame for B-schools' woes squarely at the doorstep of media rankings—like those produced by BusinessWeek—and the B-school deans who pander to them."
Chronicle of Higher Education (May 9)
"U.S. House to Vote on Bill That Would Set Ethical Guidelines for Colleges"
"The U.S. House of Representatives will vote on a bill today that would require colleges to craft codes of conduct governing their relationships with student-loan companies."
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