In Today's Issue
- Changes Made to Wireless Services
- Eastman Piano Professor, Student on Radio Today
- Rochester Scholars Present Projects
- Free Physicals Offered for Rochester-Area Students
News and Announcements
Changes Made to Wireless Services
As part of the University’s efforts to secure network resources, University IT has introduced changes to its wireless services. Current faculty, staff, and students have two primary options to connect to the wireless network: UR_RC_InternalSecure (enter the service passphrase URWireless when prompted) and UR_RC_DomainAuth. Guests can use the UR_RC_Guest connection, which includes limited bandwith and access to the Internet. Contact the IT Center at UnivITHelp@rochester.edu or 275-2000 for assistance.
Eastman Piano Professor, Student on Radio Today
Douglas Humpherys, chair of the Eastman School's piano department and founding director of the upcoming Eastman Young Artists Piano Competition, and Anna Maimine, a doctoral doctoral piano student at Eastman, will talk about the competition today at 1 p.m. with WXXI 91.5 FM host Julia Figueras. Tune into 91.5 FM or listen online.
Rochester Scholars Present Projects
High school students taking part in the Summer Session B of Rochester Scholars will present their projects and activities from noon to 1 p.m. today in the Interfaith Chapel lower level. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Office of Pre-College Programs at 275-3221 or visit http://enrollment.rochester.edu/precollege.
Free Physicals Offered for Rochester-Area Students
School of Medicine and Dentistry students, faculty, and residents will conduct physicals for Rochester-area students on four evenings in August and September.
July 30, 2010
Weekend Event Highlight
What's Up: Southwestern Pottery
Mostly Sunny, High 75°
Partly Cloudy, High 79°
Sunday, Aug. 1. 2 p.m. Memorial Art Gallery. Read more...
Rochester in the News
City Newspaper (July 28)
'Art Review: 4th Rochester Biennial'
Marlene Hamann-Whitmore, Memorial Art Gallery curator of education, says the three-person selection team chose six well established regional artists they considered "at the top of their game." Read more...
In Higher Education
USA Today (July 27)
'Unpaid internships can cost—or pay off for—college students'
Even with the recession, students are willing to dish out hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars to cover expenses for internships far from home. Read more...
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