In Today's Issue
- Order University Stationery Online
- University Mourns Loss of Ramon Montes-Deoca
- Go Green: Surplus Property Program
- Cancer Survivors Celebration at Seneca Park Zoo
News and Announcements
Order University Stationery Online
can now order printed, official University standard stationery,
including letterhead, envelopes, and business cards through Oser Press
right from your desktop. If you have not already registered, that
should be your first step. Complete the SOLO Registration Form
and fax the completed form to Purchasing. Oser will then issue you the
necessary login information to access its online ordering home page.
If you have already registered, Oser will e-mail your login information.
Go Green: Surplus Property Program
Where can an individual or department get furniture for less? No, it's not your local big-box store, it's the University's Surplus Property Program. Read on for the history of the program and to see when and where you can buy, plus details about an upcoming sale.
University Mourns Loss of Ramon Montes-Deoca
The University flag will be lowered today in memory of Ramon
Montes-Deoca, who was a senior psychiatric case manager for Strong
Ties. Montes-Deoca, who lived in Rochester, was 35. He joined the
Medical Center in 2005. Read his obituary.
Cancer Survivors Celebration at Seneca Park Zoo
Cancer survivors and their families can join a victory celebration from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22, at the Seneca Park Zoo. The second annual event is hosted by the Community Cancer Collaborative which includes the region’s cancer care and support services providers.
July 15, 2009
Today's Event Highlight
Exhibit: Home Bitter Sweet Home
Partly Cloudy, 80°
Partly Cloudy, 79°
Rush Rhees Library Gallery at the Art Music Library. All day.
Rochester in the News
Democrat and Chronicle (July 14)
"UR gets $8.2 Million Energy Research Grant"
A research program at the University has received a major boost in funding from the U.S. Department of Energy. The Fusion Science Center for Extreme States of Matter won a grant of $8.2 million over five years. Read more...
In Higher Education
Inside Higher Ed (July 14)
"The Flu Waiting Game"
No one is quite sure what form the H1N1 virus will take once flu seasons hits, so colleges are preparing the best they can for the fall. Read more...
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