In Today's Issue
- President's Message about Campus Safety
- Warner Center Works with City School Math Coaches to Enhance Mathematics Instruction
- Palliative Care Expert to Give Lecture
- Panel Will Discuss Health Care Reform
- Security Tip of the Week: Log Out of Public Computers
- First Entrepreneurial Roundtable is Wednesday
News and Announcements
President's Message about Campus Safety
"The tragic news about Annie Le touched us all, not only because an extraordinary young woman was taken from the world in a truly terrible way, but also because she was one of ours," writes President Seligman in a message to the University community. "Memories of Annie Le will endure here, where her gift for conducting potentially life-saving research took root. Our hearts go out to our friends at Yale, as we share their grief over the loss of such a promising young scientist."
"Annie Le's death underscores the importance of safety measures on campus and in the workplace. At the University of Rochester, we are dedicated to providing the safest possible campus for our students, faculty, staff, and visitors."
Warner Center Works with City School Math Coaches to Enhance Mathematics Instruction
The Warner Center for Professional Development and Education Reform
completed a two-year professional development program that supported
more than 40 K-12 mathematics coaches who work with teachers to enhance
mathematics instruction in their classrooms.
Palliative Care Expert to Give Lecture
Anthony Back, professor of medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle, will deliver the annual Ben Sischy, M.D., Visiting Scholar in Humane Medicine Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 1, at 6 p.m.at the Memorial Art Gallery. Back, An expert in doctor-patient communication and palliative care, will talk about "Humanism, Compassion, and Communication in Medicine." The event is free. RSVP to Angela at 273-5937.
Panel Will Discuss Health Care Reform
R World R Vote will hold a health care reform discussion from 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24, in the Gowen Room in Wilson Commons. Panelists include Ted Brown, professor of history, and Steve Goldstein, president and CEO of Strong Memorial Hospital and Highland Hospital. Refreshments will follow in Hirst Lounge. E-mail a question for the panelists to firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Entrepreneurial Roundtable is Wednesday
Discuss current issues in entrepreneurship at the first of three
Entrepreneurial Roundtables this fall. The first discussion takes place
on Wednesday, Sept. 23, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in Schlegel 207. A pre-read
is required to participate. Bob Tobin, associate director of the Center
for Entrepreneurship, will facilitate. Register at 276-3500 or email@example.com.
Sept. 21, 2009
Today's Event Highlight
Focus on Rochester IV
Partly Cloudy, High 76°
AM Showers, High 76°
Hawkins-Carlson Room, Rush Rhees Library. 9 a.m. Read more...
Rochester in the News
Rochester City Newspaper (Sept. 16)
'Health Care: The Uncivil Rights Movement'
The struggle for universal coverage has been going on for more than 100 years, says Theodore Brown, professor of history. Read more...
In Higher Education
Christian Science Monitor (Sept.
'Medical School Reinvented: Adding Lessons in Compassion'
The education of doctors puts a new focus on patients' cultural diversity and serving communities in need. Read more...
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