In Today's Issue
- Carillon Recitals Renew a Summer Tradition on July 9
- Doctoral Student in Nursing Selected for Fulbright
- Children's School @ URMC Is Enrolling for Fall
- University IT: Reminder to Register SSN Collections
News and Announcements
Carillon Recitals Renew a Summer Tradition on July 9
Starting Monday, July 9, carillon artists from Great Britain, the Netherlands, Belgium, and the United States will perform on the Hopeman Memorial Carillon in the landmark tower of Rush Rhees Library. Free and open to the public, the series continues over the next three Mondays. Read more ... To learn more about the history of the carillon, check out the exhibit in the Great Hall of Rush Rhees Library Great Hall or see the July-August issue of Rochester Review.
Doctoral Student in Nursing Selected for Fulbright
Children's School @ URMC Is Enrolling for Fall
School of Nursing doctoral student Orlando Harris has been selected to receive a Fulbright award to support his dissertation research in Kingston, Jamaica. This is the first time a School of Nursing PhD student has earned a Fulbright award. Read more...
The Children's School @ URMC,
a child care center for University families, is accepting enrollments
for children 6 weeks through 6 years of age for fall. Contact Tiffany VanAuker, the director, at 273-3677, or request enrollment online.
University IT: Reminder to Register SSN Collections
University IT reminds all faculty and staff to continue to register any new Social Security number collections with a University information security officer using the SSN registration form. Registrations should be updated If changes have been made to a previously reported collection. This is to comply with the University's Social Security numbers and personal identifying Information policy, which was created to prevent identity theft and to comply with New York law. Read more...
Do you have ideas that should be shared as security tips? Send them to UnivIT_SP@ur.rochester.edu.
July 2, 2012
Today's Event Highlight
Faculty Recital: John Nyerges, Jazz Piano and Combo
Mostly Sunny, 83°
Mostly Cloudy, 82°
7:30 p.m., Kilbourn Hall.
Read more ...
Rochester in the News
USA Today (June 28)
Stocks finish lower
After the Supreme Court upheld President Barack Obama's health care law, reaction has been mixed as to its impact on the stock market and overall economy. "Insured people have more purchasing power, and they'll buy whatever you make, whether you're a supplier of drugs or devices," says Gerard Wedig, associate professor of business administration.
13WHAM-TV (June 28)
How Will the Affordable Care Act Affect New Yorkers?
Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Peter Robinson says the Medical Center spends about $70 million a year providing care to uninsured patients. The center expects to see some relief in emergency rooms as more people take advantage of primary care, now that they will be required to have insurance, Robinson says.
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