News and Announcements
Librarian Earns 2009 Messinger Award
Ann Marshall has been selected as the 2009 recipient of the Messinger Library Recognition Award. The honor, created and funded by senior trustee Martin Messinger '49, comes with a $5,000 award.
Expert on Palliative Care to Be Honored
Timothy Quill, professor of medicine, psychiatry, and medical humanities, will receive the Palliative Medicine Community Leadership Award at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine in Boston in March.
Mt. Hope Family Center Celebrates 30th Anniversary
Mt. Hope Family Center will host a 30th anniversary symposium and community roundtable focused on its core mission: translating the latest scientific discoveries about childhood trauma into effective and proven interventions. Registration is required. For more information, call 275-2991.
Eastman Musicians Join Others to Benefit Foodlink
A concert series headlined by Eastman faculty and students, members of
the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, and special guests will benefit
Foodlink. “If Music Be the Food” kicks off at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16,
at St. Paul’s Church, 25 Westminster Road. Instead of paying an
admission price, attendees are asked to bring canned goods and
non-perishable food items to stock Foodlink’s shelves. Cash donations
will also be accepted.
Freshmen Guide Classmates To Sustainable Living
A pilot program is up and running this fall, and 24 first-year
Rochester students are showing their classmates steps they can take to
be a little easier on the planet.
Computerized Alerts Keep Prescription Costs Down
Program of Movement and Dance Presents Workshop
Simple computerized alerts can help curb the impulse to prescribe unnecessarily expensive, heavily marketed drugs, according to a Medical Center study.
The Program of Movement and Dance series Moving Minds, Thinking Bodies
presents “Dances of Universal Peace Participatory Workshop” with Jim
Leff at 2 p.m. today at Spurrier Dance Studio. For more information,