In Today’s Issue
- ‘Motion Detector’ Shrinks to Microscale
- Eastman Soprano Featured on National Radio Program
- ‘Theatrical Debussy’ Combines Projections and Music
- Go Green: Grant Awarded for Hutchison Lab
- Program Provides Simon Executive Experience
- Young Leaders to Hold Networking Event Thursday
- Talk: Mental Illness and Quality of Care
- Postage Rates Expected to Increase in January
News and Announcements
‘Motion Detector’ Shrinks to Microscale
Researchers from Rochester and the California Institute of Technology have developed a microscale, ultrasensitive accelerometer—a type of motion detector—that uses laser light instead of an electrical circuit to gauge movements. Read more...
Eastman Soprano Featured on National Radio Program
Emily Helenbrook, a freshman at the
Eastman School, is scheduled to be featured as a singer on the National Public Radio
series From the Top on Sunday, Oct. 28, airing at 5 p.m. on WXXI Classical 91.5/FM-HD91.5-1. Read more...
‘Theatrical Debussy’ Combines Projections and Music
Go Green: Grant Awarded for Hutchison Lab
Pelleas Redux incorporates illustrations by famed comic book artist P. Craig Russell with a specially arranged instrumental version of Debussy’s only completed opera, Pelleas et Melisande. The program on Saturday, Oct. 27, in Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre is part of “The Prismatic Debussy” festival at the Eastman School. Read more...
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority has awarded the University a rebate of $36,615 for adhering to energy-efficient guidelines when purchasing equipment for the renovated chemistry laboratory in Hutchison Hall. Read more...
Program Provides Simon Executive Experience
Learn about the features of the Simon School’s Executive MBA program—from team-based classes, an international seminar, and services provided to help manage the work and life balance. Attend a class, learn more, and share a lunch with students, alumni, faculty, and staff at the next Simon School Executive Experience on Friday, Nov. 2. The program begins at 8 a.m. with a welcome breakfast. Register and find more information at the Executive MBA website.
Young Leaders to Hold Networking Event Thursday
The Young Leaders @ UR will host a general meeting and networking social from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, in the Meliora Restaurant, Salon D, on the River Campus. Meet new board members, get an overview of the group, and discuss programming and upcoming fall events. The event will feature a short program followed by a networking social. Food will be provided with a cash bar. For those coming from off campus, parking is free after 4 p.m. on campus with a valid University parking pass. Parking in the Library Lot off Intercampus Drive is recommended. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Talk: Mental Illness and Quality of Care
Yue Li, associate professor of the Division of Health Policy & Outcomes Research, will present “Mental Illness and Quality of ‘Medical’ Care” at noon Friday, Oct. 26, in Helen Wood Hall 1W-502. The talk is part of the Health Services Research Seminar Series. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Postage Rates Expected to Increase in January
The U.S. Postal Service has proposed postage rate increases that, if approved, will become effective on Jan. 27, 2013. The price for First Class stamps will increase by a penny to $.46. As departments are developing their budgets for the next fiscal year, Mail Services reminds you to take note of the projected price increases for postage and shipping rates.
Oct. 24, 2012
Today’s Event Highlight
Neilly Series: Chang-rae Lee
AM Showers, High 60°
Partly Cloudy, High 75°
7:30 p.m., Hawkins-Carlson Room, Rush Rhees Library. Read more...
Rochester in the News
Huffington Post (Oct. 22)
Eastman Scores With Comic Books, Martyrdom, and Claude Achille Debussy
“The Eastman School of Music did Claude Debussy and Rochester, New York, proud this past weekend with an array of cultural presentations culminating in a multimedia recreation of the life, times, and musical excitement that changed the course of classical music history.”
Rochester Business Journal (Oct. 12)
Bursting the Academic Bubble
Joel Seligman leads a top research university, one that plays an outsized role in bringing research dollars to the Rochester region. But he sees his responsibilities as extending well beyond the University’s campus and medical center. “Universities are always works in progress,” Seligman says. “I’ve been fortunate to work with a leadership department and a board that’s just as hungry today as in 2005 when I first started out. Now we’re feeling some pride in what we’ve started, whether it’s the capital campaign or improved diversity or improved student metrics, and our challenge now is to build on that momentum.”
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