In Today's Issue
- Events Mark Meliora, Eastman Weekends
- Burn and Trauma Services Renamed for Benefactors
- Presidential Diversity Award Nominations
- Cyber Security: Stop. Think. Connect.
- Foodlink Will Benefit from Eastman Concerts
- National Save for Retirement Week
- Group Builds Communication, Leadership Skills
News and Announcements
Events Mark Meliora, Eastman Weekends
Neurosurgeon and CNN medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta delivered the keynote address as alumni, parents, and friends filled campus for annual celebrations on the River Campus and at the Eastman School.
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Burn and Trauma Services Renamed for Benefactors
Presidential Diversity Award Nominations
All Medical Center regional burn and trauma services will be renamed in honor of local restaurateurs Laurence Kessler and Dennis Kessler who have raised millions of dollars to support them—and share a vision for further developing those services.
Nominations are being accepted for this
year’s Presidential Diversity Awards. The awards recognize faculty, staff,
students, units, departments, or teams who have demonstrated leadership
in recruitment and retention efforts, teaching, research, multicultural
programming, cultural competency, community outreach activities, or
other initiatives that promote diversity or inclusion. Nomination materials are available online. The deadline for nominations is 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 12.
Cyber Security: Stop. Think. Connect.
As part of National Cyber Security Awareness month, University IT reminds you to: Stop—before you use the Internet, take time to understand the risks and learn how to spot potential problems; Think—take a moment to be certain the path is clear ahead. Watch for warning signs and consider how your actions online could impact your safety; and Connect—enjoy the Internet with greater confidence, knowing you've taken the right steps to safeguard yourself and your computer. How cyber savvy are you? Try these interactive quizzes.
Foodlink Will Benefit from Eastman Concerts
Eastman School faculty and students will begin the second season of benefit concerts for Foodlink on Sunday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, There is no cost for admission, but attendees are asked to bring canned goods and nonperishable food items to help stock the Foodlink shelves. Cash donations will also be accepted.
National Save for Retirement Week
In recognition of National Save for Retirement Week, Oct. 17–23, the Benefits Office is offering educational sessions and individual counseling appointments to help educate employees and encourage them to save more for retirement. Visit the Benefits Office Web site for more information.
Group Builds Communication, Leadership Skills
The Toastmasters International Daybreakers Public Speaking and Leadership Club meets twice a month in the Seneca Room (1-2604), adjacent to the Six Nations Cafeteria in the Medical Center. Join the group from 7:30 to 9 a.m. on the first and third Thursday each month and learn to conquer public speaking fears, develop interviewing and presentation skills, and become a better listener and communicator. Next meeting is Oct. 21.
Oct. 18, 2010
Today's Event Highlight
W. Albert Noyes Jr. Memorial Lecture
Partly Cloudy, High 53°
Partly Cloudy, High 56°
4 to 6 p.m. Hutchison Hall 473. Read more...
Rochester in the News
Democrat & Chronicle (Oct. 16)
'Area Researchers Esther M. Conwell, Steven J. Sasson to Receive Top Science Honors'
Esther Conwell, a Rochester professor of chemistry who also holds an appointment in physics and astronomy, is the first University faculty member to be select to receive the National Medal of Science. Read more...
In Higher Education
Inside Higher Ed (Oct. 15)
'Research Deals Under Microscope'
Review of contracts between big oil companies and universities finds too much corporate control over scholarship, but colleges fervently dispute findings. Read more...
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