In Today's Issue
- Diversity Spotlight: Community Outreach at Art Gallery
- University Joins WasteWise Partnership
- Staff, Students Marching in Puerto Rican Parade
- Protect Yourself From Poisonous Plants
News and Announcements
Diversity Spotlight: Community Outreach at Art Gallery
The Memorial Art Gallery strives to make the museum accessible to all segments of the community regardless of age, race, financial means, or physical and mental abilities. Read more about the gallery's community outreach efforts on this flier, which can be posted in offices and on bulletin boards.
University Joins WasteWise Partnership
An important part of environmental sustainability is the reduction of waste. With that goal in mind, the University has joined the more than 2,000 other members of the Environmental Protection Agency's WasteWise program in an effort to help reduce waste output.
Staff, Students Marching in Puerto Rican Parade
Members of the University's Latino Professional Alliance, along with students from the Medical Center's Science and Technology Entry Program, will walk with Rocky this Saturday, July 31, in the annual Puerto Rican Parade. The parade marches down Main Street in downtown Rochester at 10 a.m.
Protect Yourself From Poisonous Plants
Nature lovers need to be wary that consuming some foods from the earth may carry a heavy cost. “This is the time when Mother Nature is at her best, so we need to be especially careful not to eat poisonous plants,” says Ruth Lawrence, a professor of pediatrics and neonatology at Golisano Children’s Hospital and medical director of the Ruth A. Lawrence Poison and Drug Information Center.
July 28, 2010
Today's Event Highlight
Fourth Rochester Biennial
Partly Cloudy, High 91°
Partly Cloudy, High 80°
Memorial Art Gallery. Through Sept. 26. Read more...
Rochester in the News
Democrat and Chronicle (July 27)
'Education Should Lead to Real-Life Solutions'
David Hursh has argued for years that there should be more to school than planning for and taking high-stakes tests. To that end, Hursh, an associate professor in the Warner Graduate School of Education, is spearheading a collaboration between the Harley School in Brighton and the Circle of Peace School in Makindye, Uganda. Read more...
In Higher Education
Wired (July 24)
'IPad Gets the University Treatment This Fall'
Colleges and universities are looking to adopt the iPad as a collaborative tool, a standardized mobile device to integrate into curriculums, and, in some cases, even a cost-saving device. Read more...
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