Eastman Students Share Stage with Stars at Fundraiser
'Summer Sings' Return in July
Event Helps Bring Comfort to Hospitalized Kids
Interested in Personal Training for Your Child?
News and Announcements
Lynne Maquat Receives Award for Service
Lynne Maquat, the J. Lowell Orbison Chair and Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, was honored with the RNA Society's Lifetime Achievement Award in Service on Saturday. Read more...
Beside the Genesee...on the Vuvuzela? Team USA may be out the the running, but the World Cup spirit lives on. University vice president Paul Burgett leads a chorus of students and staff performing the alma mater on the colorful (and LOUD!) plastic horns that are buzzing their way across South Africa this year. Watch the video.
Eastman Students Share Stage
with Stars at Fundraiser
Eastman School students will perform with singer Chaka Khan and
trumpeter Rick Braun on July 10 for the annual Belasco Family Foundation
summer concert that raises funds for Eastman jazz scholarships. For
information on reservations and tickets to attend Jazz on the Pond, see www.jazzonthepond.org.
'Summer Sings' Return in July Singers of all ages and abilities are again invited to take part in
Eastman Summer Sings, a popular series of choral music reading sessions
held Tuesday evenings in July at 7:30 p.m. in Kilbourn Hall. Read more...
Event Helps Bring Comfort to Hospitalized Kids The Ten Ugly Men Festival, which
will take place Saturday, July 24, at Genesee Valley Park, will support
Golisano Children's Hospital's pediatric palliative care program. Read more...
in Personal Training for Your Child?
Michael Washington, a master certified personal trainer, is available to train 16- to 21-year-olds this summer to become more physically fit. Visit the Medical Center's Fitness & Wellness Center Web site for details.
June 29, 2010
Partly Cloudy, High 70° Tomorrow:
Mostly Sunny, High 70°
Rochester in the News Democrat and Chronicle (June 28) 'UR Grad Nicole McCawthan Knows How to Help City Schools'
Last month, Nicole "Nykki" McCawthan, 25, graduated from Rochester with a master's degree in school counseling. Read more...
In Higher Education Inside Higher Ed (June 28) 'Anti-Bias Rules Upheld'
The Supreme Court rules that public colleges may require faith-based organizations to follow anti-discrimination rules as a condition of campus recognition. Read more...
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