In Today's Issue
- Provost's Multidisciplinary Award Recipients Named
- Program Introduces a World of Career Options
- Simon School Informational Breakfast is Tomorrow
- Fitness Camp Offers Flexibility for Parents
News and Announcements
Provost's Multidisciplinary Award Recipients Named
Five research projects at the University have been selected as recipients of the third annual Provost's Multidisciplinary Awards. In 2007, President Seligman established an initiative providing $250,000 each year to support faculty research that crosses disciplines.
Program Introduces a World of Career Options
From studying the intricacies of the human brain to learning about Italian culture, high school students from the greater Rochester area engage in hands-on classroom activities during their summer vacation as part of the Rochester Scholars program. Sessions started this week and continue through July 30 on the River Campus and at the Medical Center.
School Informational Breakfast is Tomorrow
The Simon School is hosting a breakfast
from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 14, for people interested in
learning about the school's accelerated
Professional MBA (PMBA) program. Held in the Schlegel
Hall Rotunda, the information session
begins at 8 a.m. Call 275-3533 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
to register. For those who can't attend, there will be another opportunity to learn about the program during the graduate programs information reception on July 27.
Fitness Camp Offers Flexibility for Parents
Is your child looking for something different to do this summer? The Fun Fitness Camp at the Medical Center's Fitness and Wellness Center can keep your child entertained and active. Attendance is flexible: Enroll your child for as little as one day.
July 13, 2010
Today's Event Highlight
Showers/T-Storms, High 82°
Partly Cloudy, High 84°
6 p.m. Starts at Rush Rhees Library. Read more...
Rochester in the News
Wired News (July 8)
'Parasite-Busting Bugs Throw Fruit Fly Evolution into Overdrive'
“They’re using endosymbionts"—organisms that live inside other organisms—“to adapt, rather than relying on mutations in their genes,” says John Jaenike, a professor of biology. Read more...
In Higher Education
USA Today (July 11)
'With End of Stimulus, Tough Times Ahead for Public Colleges'
Most state governments depend on federal stimulus money to keep public colleges and universities afloat, a new report says. But these funds may be drying up as the new fiscal year begins. Read more...
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