In Today's Issue
- Director of Track and Field Named
- Reminder: Replace Employee ID By June 30
- Summer in the City Lecture Focuses on Health Equity
- Simon School Graduate Honored at LPGA Luncheon
- Next-to-New Treasures Needed for Art Gallery Fundraiser
News and Announcements
Director of Track and Field Named
Reminder: Replace Employee ID By June 30
Samuel "Sam" Albert, who competed and coached track and field for Rochester, has been named to the newly created position of Director of Track and Field for the University. In this role, Albert will have administrative oversight of the cross country and track and field programs and will take on an event coaching responsibility with the track & field teams. His first day in the office will be July 13.
University faculty, staff, and volunteers are required to get new ID
badges by the end of June. The University-wide replacement project aims
to protect personal information, update images and data displayed, and
enhance University security by facilitating better control over
preexisting or expired "swipe access" privileges to facilities and
labs. Those who fail to replace their IDs by June 30 may lose access to
places they need to enter.
Summer in the City Lecture Focuses on Health Equity
Health Equity: People Working Together to End Racial Disparities in
Health" will be the focus of the next Summer in the City Lecture Series
Tuesday, June 23, from noon to 1 p.m. in K-207 Auditorium in the Medical Center.
Simon School Graduate Honored at LPGA Luncheon
Simon School MBA Graduate Lynn Sullivan will receive the 2009 Susan B.
Anthony Promise Award at the fourth annual Luncheon and Conversation
with LPGA Champions at Locust Hill Country Club on June 24.
Next-to-New Treasures Needed for Art Gallery Fundraiser
The Gallery Council of the Memorial Art Gallery is looking for gently used collectibles and fine art for Art & Treasures. The annual sale, which takes place June 25-27, features antiques, artworks, jewelry, china, porcelain, crystal, silver, furniture, and fine linens. Drop off donations at the gallery on Tuesday, June 23, 2 to 5 p.m.; Wednesday, June 24, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; or Thursday, June 25, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All donations are tax-deductible and benefit the gallery and its programs. To arrange another drop-off or pickup time, contact Lynda Serafine at 276-8910 or email@example.com.
June 19, 2009
Today's Event Highlight
Unity of Opposites: Recent Work by Michael Taylor
Memorial Art Gallery. All day. Read more...
Rochester in the News
Science Daily (June 18)
"Telemedicine Expands Reach Of Care For Parkinson's Patients"
A unique and innovative telemedicine project is providing distant nursing home patients with Parkinson’s disease access to neurologists at the Medical Center. Read more...
In Higher Education
Inside Higher Ed (June 18)
"Who Graduates At-Risk Students?"
The increasing push by federal and state governments alike to tie financial support for colleges to their success in retaining and graduating students concerns officials at some institutions. Read more...
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