In Today's Issue
- Mt. Hope Paving Work Begins Tomorrow
- Eating Disorders Expert Receives International Award
- Finance Form Update
- Teachers Polish Writing Instruction Skills
- Laptop Travel Safety
News and Announcements
Mt. Hope Paving Work Begins Tomorrow
Mt. Hope Avenue paving work will begin Wednesday, July 7, starting at the intersection with Elmwood Avenue and progressing north to Byron Street. Facilities and Services reminds the University community that traffic delays and congestion are possible during the project, which is expected to be completed by the end of the week.
Eating Disorders Expert Receives International Award
Mary Tantillo, an associate professor of clinical nursing at the School of Nursing, was honored by the Academy for Eating Disorders for her public service and advocacy.
Finance Form Update
Effective this month, appropriate forms must be used to process expenses for students and non-employees, including those with EMPLIDs. See the Finance Web site for more information.
Teachers Polish Writing Instruction Skills
The Genesee Valley Writing Project will host 12 teachers at its 2010 Summer Institute, beginning July 6 at the Warner School.
Laptop Travel Safety
A laptop computer defines convenience and mobility, but chances are you've heard stories about stolen laptops on the news or from friends and colleagues. With the arrival of the summer travel season, here are some tips to help prevent your laptop from being stolen when you are traveling. Do you have ideas that should be shared as security tips of the week? If so, send them to UnivIT_SP@ur.rochester.edu.
July 6, 2010
Today's Event Highlight
Eastman Summer Sing
Mostly Sunny, High 91°
Sunny, High 93°
7:30 p.m. Kilbourn Hall, Eastman School. Read more...
Rochester in the News
WROC-TV (June 30)
'Jazz on the Pond'
"The impact for any of our music students, jazz included, of scholarship money is huge," says Doug Lowry, dean of the Eastman School. Read more...
In Higher Education
Business Week (July 1)
'New Rules Bring Online Piracy Fight to U.S. Campuses'
A provision of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 is making schools a reluctant ally in the entertainment industry's campaign to stamp out unauthorized distribution of copyrighted music, movies, and TV shows. Read more...
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