In Today's Issue
- President Seligman Named to Kodak's Board
- Vivek Kaul Appointed Acting Chief of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
- Make a Gift and Make a Difference Today
- Hopeman Memorial Carillon Recital Series Begins Next Week
- Art Gallery Offers Half-Price Admission on Thursday Evenings
News and Announcements
President Seligman Named to Kodak's Board
Eastman Kodak Company announced yesterday that University President Joel Seligman was named to the company's board of directors, effective July 1.
Vivek Kaul Appointed Acting Chief of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Vivek Kaul, associate professor of medicine, has been named acting
chief of the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Kaul has
served as associate director of endoscopic services since joining the
Medical Center in February 2008 and recently took on the role of
director of clinical operations for the division.
Make a Gift and Make a Difference Today
Today marks the last day of the University’s fiscal year. University Advancement thanks alumni, parents, and friends who have supported the University and asks that you consider making an Annual Fund gift if you haven’t done so already.
Hopeman Memorial Carillon Recital Series Begins Next Week
The carillon summer concert series kicks off on Monday, July 6, and continues the following three Mondays.
Art Gallery Offers Half-Price Admission on Thursday Evenings
The Memorial Art Gallery will offer half-price admission between 5 and 9 p.m., starting July 2. General admission will be $5; $3 for senior citizens; and $2.50 for children ages 6-18. Admission is free to gallery members, Rochester students, and children under 5. Visit the gallery's Web site for details on current exhibits.
June 30, 2009
Today's Event Highlight
Summer in the City Lecture Series
Showers, High 69°
Showers, High 70°
LeChase Conference Room (G-9576), Medical Center. Noon. Read more...
Rochester in the News
Los Angeles Times (June 29)
"Study Finds Surprising Numbers of Teens Think They'll Die Young, Leading to Risky Behavior"
The study suggests a new way doctors could detect kids likely to engage in unsafe behavior and potentially help prevent it, says Jonathan Klein, professor of pediatrics, community and preventative medicine, and family medicine. Read more...
In Higher Education
Bloomberg News (June 30)
"Tuition at U.S. Colleges Increases 4.3 Percent, Lowest in 37 Years"
Tuition and fees at private U.S. colleges and universities for the 2009-10 school year will rise an average 4.3 percent, the lowest percentage increase in at least 37 years, according to a survey. Read more...
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