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In Today's Issue

  • Event Showcases Emerging Technology
  • Futurity Goes Global with U.K. Partners
  • United Way Kickoff Dessert Reception
  • Plutzik Reading Series Continues
  • Go Green: LEED Green Associate
  • Reminder: This is 'America Saves Week'
  • Register Now for George Eastman House Tours

News and Announcements

Event Showcases Emerging Technology
Rochester's Center for Emerging and Innovative Sciences will host its annual Technology Showcase at the Hyatt Regency Rochester on Thursday, Feb. 25.
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Futurity Goes Global with U.K. Partners
The research news Web site Futurity—hosted and edited at Rochester—has expanded beyond North America to include science news from leading British universities. Since launching in September, Futurity has attracted more than 400,000 visitors to stories covering topics in health, culture, the environment, science, engineering, and technology. The site is managed by a consortium of 53 leading research universities in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom.
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United Way Kickoff Dessert Reception
It's not too late to join the University and United Way leadership at the United Way Kickoff Dessert Reception at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 25, in the Flaum Atrium, School of Medicine and Dentistry. If you've already made your pledge for this year's United Way campaign or if you are a continuous pledge donor, e-mail uwco@hr.rochester.edu to RSVP for the reception. Haven't made your pledge yet? Stop by the kickoff event to fill out a paper pledge form and enjoy some gourmet desserts and coffee.

Plutzik Reading Series Continues
The Plutzik Reading Series continues at 5 p.m. tonight in the Welles-Brown Room in Rush Rhees Library with a presentation by Meghan O'Rourke, author of Halflife, a finalist for the Forward First Book Prize. O’Rourke is a poetry editor at The Paris Review.

Go Green: LEED Green Associate

go green
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a set of standards for "green building" that specifies ways in which the design, construction, and use of a building can be less damaging and in some cases, even have a positive impact on the environment. Robert Maloney, project coordinator for Planning and Project Management at Rochester, is working to be the University’s LEED Green Associate.

Reminder: This is 'America Saves Week'
"America Saves Week" is a national campaign designed to get people to stop spending and start saving money. You can use this opportunity to either start or increase your savings to the University’s Retirement Program. To enroll, go to Retirement Program Self-Service online through HRMS or call (800) 410-6497.
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Register Now for George Eastman House Tours
Tours of the Motion Picture Department and the Technology Collection at the George Eastman House on Sunday, March 21, will close the four-day Humanities Project: Film Lost and Found: The Experience of Pre- and Silent Cinema. Seating for the tours is limited and registration is required.

Feb. 24, 2010
Flurries
Today's Forecast:
Flurries, High 32°
Tomorrow:
Snow, High 30°
Today's Event Highlight
Expanding Our Horizons: Paul Burgett, speaker
Messinger Hall, Eastman School, 10:30 a.m. Read more...

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Rochester in the News
ABC News (Feb. 22)
'Foreign CEO Testimony a Rare Catch for Congress'
When Toyota President Akio Toyoda appears before Congress, "he will be in for a firestorm, but it is the honorable thing to do," says Mark Zupan, dean of the Simon School. "It sends a big signal to actually show up on somebody else's home turf." Also reported by CBS News, New York Times, Washington Postand others. Read more…

In Higher Education
Inside Higher Ed (Feb. 23)
'The B-School Glass Ceiling'
Female professors at business schools tend to remain in the mid-faculty ranks after earning tenure, while their male counterparts are more likely to continue onward to full professor, according to a new study. Read more…

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