In Today's Issue
- Eastman School Alumnus Mitch Miller Dies at 99
- Purple Light Means Go, Ultraviolet Light Means Stop
- Women Attracted to Men in Red, Research Shows
- Virtual Private Network Provides Secure Connection
News and Announcements
Eastman School Alumnus Mitch Miller Dies at 99
Legendary conductor Mitch Miller '32E died Saturday, July 31, in New York City after a short illness. He was 99. “Mitch Miller will be remembered as an American original," said Douglas Lowry, dean of the Eastman School. "He was musically opinionated and passionate. He had an extraordinary intuition for the essence of music, a nose for talent, and a breadth of musical experience that spanned classical to pop." A best-selling recording artist, Miller was best known as the creator of the popular television series Sing Along with Mitch.
Purple Light Means Go, Ultraviolet Light Means Stop
A new membrane developed at the
Laboratory for Laser Energetics blocks gas from flowing through it when
one color of light is shined on its surface, and permits gas to flow
through when another color of light is used. It is the first time that
scientists have developed a membrane that can be controlled in this way
Women Attracted to Men in Red, Research Shows
Simply wearing the color red or being
framed in the rosy hue makes a man more attractive and sexually
desirable to women, according to a
series of studies by researchers at
Rochester and other institutions. And
women are unaware of the arousing
Virtual Private Network Provides Secure Connection
University IT advises faculty and staff who need to access e-mail or other University restricted resources from off campus to use Virtual Private Network (VPN), which provides a secure connection between an off-campus computer and University resources. Do you have ideas that should be shared as security tips of the week? If so, please send them to UnivIT_SP@ur.rochester.edu.
August 3, 2010
Today's Event Highlight
Eastman Young Artists Piano Competition
Isolated T-Storm, High 86°
Isolated T-Storm, High 85°
Throughout the day. Kilbourn Hall, Eastman School. Read more...
Rochester in the News
New York Times (June 30)
'The Benefits of Volunteerism, if the Service Is Real'
“There is some cynicism among people that some portion of community service is prompted by students interested more in resume-building,” says Richard Niemi, a professor of political science. Read more...
In Higher Education
Los Angeles Times (Aug. 1)
'Students Raised in Foster Care to Get Priority Housing at California Universities'
Experts say stable residency is crucial for students just out of foster care, who may have nowhere to go during school vacations. Read more...
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