In Today's Issue
- Alumnus to Head Eastman School Admissions
- Three Physicians Join Department of Otolaryngology
- School of Nursing Launches Flu Clinic Program
- University Mourns Death of Rosemary Kisker
- Defensive Driving Course
- Student Bloggers Chronicle the Warner Experience
- Rhinos Game Supports Breast Cancer Care
News and Announcements
Alumnus to Head Eastman School Admissions
Eastman School graduate Matthew Ardizzone has been named associate dean for admissions at the Eastman School.
Three Physicians Join Department of Otolaryngology
The Medical Center’s Department of Otolaryngology welcomes three new faculty members. Benjamin Crane, Matthew Miller, and Paul van der Sloot will provide care for patients at University Otolaryngology Associates.
School of Nursing Launches Flu Clinic Program
The School of Nursing staff anticipates ample supplies of seasonal flu
vaccine to cover nearly 40 public clinics scheduled through November.
University Mourns Death of Rosemary Kisker
Defensive Driving Course
The University flag will be flown at half-staff today to remember Rosemary Kisker, an inpatient account representative at the Medical Center who died Sept. 7 at age 46. She joined the University in 2006. Read her obituary in the Democrat and Chronicle.
New York State's six-hour defensive driving course is being offered
from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, in Room 1-9555 at the Medical Center. Get 10
percent off your auto insurance or a four-point reduction on your
license for completing the $35 course. Register at 905-9420. An online course is also available. Use code #4312 for the University discount.
Student Bloggers Chronicle the Warner Experience
Three new master’s students are lined up to blog about their experiences at the Warner School. Each student will provide his or her perspective on experiences in the classroom and in the field.
Rhinos Game Supports Breast Cancer Care
The Rochester Raging Rhinos will don pink jerseys to raise awareness of breast cancer during the season-ending game against the Charleston Battery Friday, Sept. 18. The team and fans will raise funds for the Wilmot Cancer Center.
Sept. 17, 2009
Today's Event Highlight
Speaker: Frank Warren
Partly Cloudy, High 67°
PM Showers, High 69°
Strong Upper Auditorium. 7 p.m. Read more...
Rochester in the News
Washington Post (Sept. 16)
'In Original Reformer, a Model'
"In the earlier period, there essentially was very limited federal regulation—nothing in securities, nothing in commodities, nothing in insurance," says University President Joel Seligman, an expert on securities regulation. "To the extent you had economic regulation, a fair amount was at the state level." Read more...
In Higher Education
San Jose Mercury News (Sept. 16)
'With Science Journalism in Retreat, Universities try New Strategy for Informing the Public'
Concerned that journalism's economic problems are reducing Americans' understanding of science, medicine and other research, 35 of the nation's top universities—including Rochester—on Tuesday announced they will feed their own accounts of their discoveries directly to top news sites on the Internet.
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