In Today's Issue
- Concert Pays Tribute to Life, Work of John Celentano
- School of Nursing to Launch Flu Clinic Program
- Symposium Focuses on Deep Brain Stimulation
- Rochester Scholars Call for Proposals
News and Announcements
Concert Pays Tribute to Life, Work of John Celentano
A group of Eastman School faculty,
former faculty, and graduates will present a musical tribute to the late
violinist and teacher John Celentano. Scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 12, in the school's Kilbourn Hall, the free concert will include a
1958 audio recording of the Eastman String Quartet with Celentano.
School of Nursing to Launch Flu Clinic Program
The School of Nursing will kick off its flu immunization program in September. Staff members anticipate ample supplies of seasonal flu vaccine to cover public clinics scheduled into November.
Symposium Focuses on Deep Brain Stimulation
Registration is open through Friday, Oct. 1, for the upcoming symposium, "Deep Brain Stimulation: Motor Systems and Beyond." The event starts at noon on Thursday, Oct. 7, and continues Friday, Oct. 8, at the Memorial Art Gallery. The symposium is sponsored by the School of Medicine and Dentistry, Del
Monte Neuromedicine Institute, Silvio O. Conte Center, and the
Department of Pharmacology and Physiology. For more information, contact Lisa_Swetz@urmc.rocheter.edu.
Rochester Scholars Call for Proposals
Faculty, staff, and graduate students
are invited to submit course proposals for Rochester Scholars, the
University’s pre-college academic program for middle and high school
students. The program is accepting proposals for new course offerings
for all 2011 sessions. The deadline to be included in this year’s
publication is Sept. 20. Download the course proposal form or call 275-3221 for details.
August 31, 2010
Today's Event Highlight
Exhibition: Staff Infection 6
Sunny, High 89°
Partly Cloudy, High 89°
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Gallery at the Art & Music Library, Rush Rhees Library. Read more...
Rochester in the News
Democrat and Chronicle (Aug. 29)
'Area College Freshmen Get Look at Life Outside Their Norms'
Whether it involved Eastman School students painting inside the Monroe Avenue YMCA, Roberts Wesleyan College freshmen washing cars on Westside Drive or Brockport students painting fences at Sweden Town Park, academic officials want students to understand a life outside themselves exists. Read more...
In Higher Education
Inside Higher Ed (Aug. 30)
Students enroll at the first college in the United States with a Muslim mission and the first where everyone is a history major. Read more...
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