In Today's Issue
- Warner Student Awarded Science Teaching Fellowship
- Learn About Warner Programs at Breakfast
- Policy Protects Personal Information
- Golf Outing Benefits Medical Center's Asthma Center
News and Announcements
Warner Student Awarded Science Teaching Fellowship
Warner School master’s student Tyler Lucero was awarded a 2010 Science Teaching Fellowship by the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation. Lucero, who hopes to teach high school earth science in an urban or rural district, was one of 32 teachers-in-training selected from across the nation to receive the coveted fellowship.
Learn About Warner Programs at Breakfast
Enjoy complimentary breakfast and learn about the Warner School's graduate programs in education from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 10, on the porch at Carlson Library.
Policy Protects Personal Information
The University adopted a formal policy last year on the collection, maintenance, and distribution of Social Security numbers and other personal identifying information. The policy specifies how to protect the home addresses and home telephone numbers of employees, as well as their Social Security numbers. 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.
Golf Outing Benefits Medical Center's Asthma Center
The Junior Builder’s Exchange will host the 15th annual charity golf tournament on Sept. 9 at Victor Hills Golf Club to benefit the Mary M. Parkes Center for Asthma, Allergy and Pulmonary Care.
August 9, 2010
Today's Event Highlight
Exhibit: Staff Infection 6
Chance of Showers, High 85°
Partly Cloudy, High 82°
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Gallery at the Art & Music Library, Rush Rhees Library. Read more...
Rochester in the News
CNN (Aug. 6)
'Women Prefer Men in Red, Study Shows'
Women consider men in red as higher in status and more likely to climb the social ladder, according to Andrew Elliot, the lead author and a professor of psychology at the University of Rochester. Read more...
In Higher Education
Inside Higher Ed (Aug. 6)
Google Wave was supposed to be the most revolutionary Web 2.0 tool yet for higher education. This week, Google pulled the plug. Read more...
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