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  • Brain Surgeon, Cardiologist Repair Woman's Heart
  • Bridge Art Gallery Hosts Reception for New Exhibit
  • CTSI, Economic Development Highlighted in Webinar
  • Parking Lots Scheduled for Repairs

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Brain Surgeon, Cardiologist Repair Woman's Heart
A Cortland woman with a genetic abnormality in her heart is back to her normal routine thanks to the seemingly unusual pairing of a brain surgeon and cardiologist at the Medical Center. Read more...

Bridge Art Gallery Hosts Reception for New Exhibit
A reception to celebrate the third exhibit of the Bridge Art Gallery will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. today at the gallery in the first floor halls of the Department of Psychiatry and Strong Behavioral Health. The theme of the juried exhibit of photographs, paintings, watercolors, and sketches is “The Road Less Traveled.” The artists will be at the reception, which is open to the public. Refreshments will be served. Art works were juried by volunteers of the Department of Psychiatry and by Rachael Baldanza, art historian and art educator at the Memorial Art Gallery. Click here for more information or call 275-3571. The exhibit will be on display until Oct. 19.

CTSI, Economic Development Highlighted in Webinar
An overview of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute and regional economic development efforts supported by University affiliates and others, will be showcased during a University Technology Showcase Webinar from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14. The webinar features faculty presentations from the Medical Center and High Tech Rochester. Members of the University community are invited to view the presentations in Helen Wood Hall Auditorium, from which the event will be recorded, or they can register for the online presentation. Read the webinar agenda and project abstracts; for more information contact Megan Mack at 275-1171 or megan_mack@urmc.rochester.edu.

Parking Lots Scheduled for Repairs
On Saturday, Aug. 11, and Sunday, Aug. 12, the Dewey Lot, Harkness Lot, and Meliora Lot in Zone 1A will be closed to allow sealers to patch, fill cracks, seal, and stripe. Bridge Lot and limited sections of the lot at the Laboratory for Laser Energetics will be closed for asphalt repairs. On Saturday, Aug. 18, and Sunday, Aug. 19, the Hill Court Lot and Bridge Lot will be closed to allow sealers to mill and fill where needed. Trustee Lot will be closed to allow patching, filling of cracks, sealing and striping. All other River Campus lots are available for alternative parking with the exception of reserved spaces for the scheduled dates. Questions or comments can be directed to the River Campus Parking office at 275-3983. Click here for a map of parking lot locations.






Aug. 9, 2012
Scattered T-Storms

Today's Forecast:
Afternoon Thunderstorms, 80°
Tomorrow:
Thundershowers, 78°

Today's Event Highlight
Exhibit: Farmers
at the Public Market

All day, Miner Library, Medical Center.  Read more ...

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Rochester in the News
WXXI (Aug. 3)
UR Gets Go Ahead
on Student Health Insurance

Ralph Manchester, director of University Health Service, says being able to make health benefits directly available to students lowers administrative and risk costs. "We think, based on experience with self-insured plans at schools in other states and the experience in New York State with employers that have already been able to offer self-insured plans, that it would result in lower health care costs to the student."

Democrat and Chronicle (Aug. 5)
Mary Louise Sproull
"For many years Mary was a welcoming and gracious hostess at Cornell University and the University of Rochester, where her husband served as vice president for academic affairs (Cornell) and provost and president (University of Rochester). She and her husband have supported higher education throughout their lives." Mary Louise Sproull died July 29 at age 93.

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