In Today's Issue
- Cancer Center Explores Research Collaboration
- Professor Earns National Real Estate Award
- Go Green: New Recycling Containers Arrive
- Get Questions Answered at Warner Admissions Event
- Exhibition Highlights Two Visionary Artists
News and Announcements
Cancer Center Explores Research Collaboration
Professor Earns National Real Estate Award
The Wilmot Cancer Center and Roswell Park Cancer Institute announced yesterday that they are exploring a regional scientific collaboration. Leaders of the two institutions are conducting a detailed feasibility study which will identify and quantify advantages of shared research activities.
Delores Conway, faculty associate dean of master's programs and a
professor of statistics and real estate economics at the Simon School,
is being recognized as one of the "Women of Influence" in the July/August 2010
issue of Real Estate Forum.
Go Green: New Recycling Containers Arrive
A total of about 300 containers will be labeled and placed in academic and residential buildings on the River Campus before students arrive for the new school year.
Get Questions Answered at Warner Admissions Event
Members of the Warner School admissions team will be available
between 7:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 12, in Flaum Atrium at the School of Medicine
and Dentistry. Admissions officials can assist with non-matriculated student registration or answer questions regarding Warner School programs. For more information, contact 275-3950 or email@example.com.
Exhibition Highlights Two Visionary Artists
A new exhibition organized by the Memorial Art Gallery examines the previously unexplored relationship between two Rochester artists and visionaries—Claude Bragdon (1866-1946) and Fritz Trautmann (1882-1971). Episodes from an Unwritten History: Claude Bragdon and Fritz Trautmann opens Aug. 13 and remains on view through Dec. 12.
August 11, 2010
Today's Event Highlight
4th Rochester Biennial
Partly Cloudy, High 80°
Isolated T-Storms, High 82°
All day. Memorial Art Gallery. Read more...
Rochester in the News
Washington Post (Aug.10)
'Most Senior Citizens Learn to Adapt to the Loss of a Partner'
"Many feel that once they reach the nursing home, their lives are worthless because they're not able to contribute to society," says Yeates Conwell, co-director of the Center for the Study and Prevention of Suicidey. Read more...
In Higher Education
Inside Higher Ed (Aug. 10)
'Gaps Are Not Inevitable'
A report highlights colleges with large and small differences in graduation rates for minority and white students, and why they have them—or don't. Read more...
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