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In Today's Issue

  • Ten to Be Honored as Garnish Scholars
  • Power Outage Planned Monday Morning
  • Pianist Celebrated Through Music and Words
  • Brief Interviews with Hideous Men Debuts Oct. 14
  • Eastman-Ranlet Series Opens with Ying Quartet
  • Second Opinion Tackles Controversial Cases
  • Kids Admitted Free to Saturday's Football Game
  • Workshop: Taking Control of Your E-mail

News and Announcements

Ten To Be Honored as Garnish Scholars
The Department of Athletics and Recreation will honor 10 outstanding student-athletes and one faculty member at halftime during this Saturday’s home football game vs. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
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Power Outage Planned Monday Morning
RG&E will temporarily shut off power at the Mt. Hope Professional Building and at Goler House between midnight and 5 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 4, as part of its project to place electric service underground along Mt. Hope Avenue. Facilities and Services requests that occupants of those buildings shut down all computers and electronics before the planned outage. Call Shawn Casey at 275-2082 with any questions.

Pianist Celebrated Through Music and Words
Rochester audiences can experience the music of pianist and composer Ignacy Jan Paderewski and hear stories about the celebrated musician’s life at an Oct. 17 concert. Sponsored by the Skalny Center for Polish and Central European Studies and the Polish Heritage Society of Rochester, the free concert begins at 3 p.m. at the Memorial Art Gallery.
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Brief Interviews with Hideous Men Debuts Oct. 14
Visiting director Daniel Fish and the International Theatre Program bring a new adaptation of David Foster Wallace's acclaimed short stories to life in Todd Theatre. Brief Interviews with Hideous Men runs from Oct. 14-23. Tickets may be purchased online or by calling 275-4088.
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Eastman-Ranlet Series Opens with Ying Quartet
The Ying Quartet launches the 2010-11 season of the Eastman Ranlet Series on Sunday, Oct. 17, with a performance marking Samuel Barber's centenary year and their first Kilbourn Hall appearance with new first violinist Ayano Ninomiya.
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Second Opinion Tackles Controversial Cases
The cervical cancer vaccine, racial disparities in cardiac care, and breast reconstruction are just three of the controversial topics to be debated in the 7th season of Second Opinion, which debuts this weekend. The series is produced by WXXI, the Medical Center, and West 175 Productions.
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Kids Admitted Free to Saturday's Football Game
Saturday’s football game at Fauver Stadium between the Rochester and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has been designated as Take A Kid to the Game Day, sponsored by the American Football Coaches Association. If an adult brings a kid age 14 and under to the game, the adult and the kid(s) will be admitted free. Kickoff is set for noon.
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Workshop: Taking Control of Your E-mail
Strong EAP is offering a free workshop about taking control of your e-mail account on Tuesday, Oct. 5, at noon in the Town of Brighton downstairs meeting room, 2300 Elmwood Ave.  Ann Michael Henry, an organization and productivity consultant, will offer tips on how to better manage your e-mail. Register at strong_eap@urmc.rochester.edu or 475-0432. Attendees are welcome to bring a lunch.

Oct. 1, 2010
Fair
Today's Forecast:
Mostly Sunny, High 62°
Tomorrow:
Showers, High 54°
Today's Event Highlight
Workshop: Discover Dance Therapy
4 to 6 p.m. Spurrier Dance Studio, River Campus. Read more...

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Rochester in the News
Democrat & Chronicle (Sept. 30)
'UR Working to Create Energy from Fusion'
Scientists at the Laboratory for Laser Energetics are conducting experiments at the National Ignition Facility at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory that they hope will show that the use of laser beams to cause the fusion of isotopes of hydrogen atoms can provide a cost-effective and plentiful supply of energy. Read more...

In Higher Education
Chronicle of Higher Education (Sept. 30)
'In New Project, Russian Universities Tap American Expertise in Tech Transfer'
Institutions in Russia could soon be adopting American-style innovations such as business incubators and spin-offs to help commercialize their research. Read more...

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