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In Today’s Issue

  • Scott Catlin to Head Office of Technology Transfer
  • Events Explore Life and Legacy of Susan B. Anthony
  • Alarm Will Sound Brings ‘1969’ to Kodak Hall
  • Kennedy Center Concert Showcases Eastman Students
  • Frederick Douglass Medal Presentation
  • Brass and Bagpipes Concert Set for Feb. 17
  • Community Conversation: Sacred Speech in Everyday Life
  • Second Friday Science Social Series Continues
  • Microdissection Seminar Planned
  • Radiothon Supports Golisano Children’s Hospital
  • Archaeologist Talk Today Postponed

News and Announcements

Scott Catlin to Head Office of Technology Transfer
Scott Catlin ’92, currently legal section head for Abbott Medical Optics in Santa Ana, Calif., has been appointed associate vice president for innovation and technology commercialization. He will oversee the University’s Office of Technology Transfer. Read more...

Events Explore Life and Legacy of Susan B. Anthony
It may be difficult for many people to see Susan B. Anthony, who was often photographed looking dignified and austere, as the controversial figure that she was. To help bridge that historical gap, University scholars are presenting “The World of Susan B. Anthony,” a series of events focused on the challenges and customs that defined the lives of Anthony and other women in the late 19th century. Read more...

Alarm Will Sound Brings ‘1969’ to Kodak Hall
Alarm Will Sound, the contemporary New York City-based ensemble that got its start at the Eastman School, presents a multimedia program reflecting on the musical, cultural, political forces of 1969. The performance—scheduled for 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19, at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre—features an acoustic arrangement of the Beatles’ experimental sound collage Revolution 9. Read more...

Kennedy Center Concert Showcases Eastman Students
Thirteen students have been chosen to represent the Eastman School in the Conservatory Project at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, Feb. 12. Read more...

Frederick Douglass Medal Presentation
President Joel Seligman presented this year’s Frederick Douglass Medal to renowned anthropologist Yolanda Moses, a leading scholar on the origins of social inequality, former president of the City College of New York, and one of the driving forces behind the creation of the traveling exhibition RACE: Are We So Different?, currently at the Rochester Museum and Science Center. See photos and video from the event.

Brass and Bagpipes Concert Set for Feb. 17
The University Brass Choir and the Rochester Scottish Pipes and Drums will join forces at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 17, in the sanctuary of St. Mary’s Church in Rochester. The free concert will include music for bagpipes, selections for large brass ensemble, chamber works for various combinations of brass instruments, and several works that combine bagpipes with trumpets, trombones, horns, euphoniums, and tubas. For more information, contact Josef Hanson at or 273-5157.

Community Conversation: Sacred Speech in Everyday Life
The M.K. Gandhi Institute’s celebration of A Season for Nonviolence continues with a community conversation, “Beyond Platitudes: Sacred Speech in Everyday Life,” from 7 to 9 p.m. tonight at the First Unitarian Church of Rochester, 220 Winton Road South. Mark Hare, former Democrat and Chronicle columnist, will moderate a conversation among several panelists—Episcopal Bishop Prince Singh, Rev. Lawrence Hargrave, Rabbi Amy Sapowith, and Naomi Ahsan ’11 (T5) of the Center for Community Change.

Second Friday Science Social Series Continues
This month’s Second Friday Science Social includes a presentation on “The New U of R GMP Facility and Stem Cell Therapies.” The lecture will start at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8, in the Ryan Case Method Room (1-9576) at the Medical Center. Drinks and snacks will follow in the Forbes Lounge (1-9580). Read more...

Microdissection Seminar Planned
Michael Tangrea from the National Cancer Institute will discuss data using two strategies for molecular analysis of tissue sections, particularly of cancer research, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 8, in the Class of ’62 Auditorium (G-9425) at the Medical Center. The seminar is hosted by the Medical Center’s confocal and conventional microscopy core in recognition of the University’s acquisition of a laser capture microdissection instrument that is now available for use by all faculty. Call Linda Callahan at 275-1317 for more information.

Radiothon Supports Golisano Children’s Hospital
Tune in to 100.5 FM the Drive and WHAM 1180 radio from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. Feb. 14 and 15 for the Drive for Miracles Radiothon. Hear patients and families share stories of hope and healing during their time at Golisano Children's Hospital. 13WHAM-TV also will be broadcasting live on Valentine’s Day. The event provides the community with an opportunity to support patients at the children’s hospital.

Archaeologist Talk Today Postponed
Today’s talk by archaeologist Lawrence Coben titled “You Can Have Your Site and Eat it Too: A New Paradigm of Cultural Heritage Preservation” has been postponed due to illness. The event has been rescheduled for 5 p.m. Thursday, April 11, in Morey Hall 321.

Feb. 7, 2013
Snow Showers

Today's Forecast:
PM Snow Showers, High 28°
Snow, High 30°

Today’s Event Highlight
Carillon Concert Part of Season for Nonviolence
12:30 p.m., Eastman Quadrangle.

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Rochester in the News
Huffington Post (Feb. 6)
Men and Women’s Differences Aren’t Actually Distinct, Confirms Study
According to a new study from the University of Rochester, men and women don't have such distinct psychological characteristics after all. “Although gender differences on average are not under dispute, the idea of consistently and inflexibly gender-typed individuals is,” say study authors Harry Reis, professor of psychology at Rochester, and Bobbi Carothers, senior data analyst for the Center for Public Health System Science at Washington University in St. Louis. "That is, there are not two distinct genders, but instead there are linear gradations of variables associated with sex, such as masculinity or intimacy, all of which are continuous."

Fox News (Feb. 5)
Too Much TV May Lower Sperm Count
Watching TV has been linked to lower sperm counts, a new study suggests. All the men involved in the study were enrolled at the University of Rochester in 2009 and 2010. They were asked about their levels of physical activity and TV watching during the previous three months. More than half of the men were of normal weight, and 75 percent were nonsmokers.

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