News and Announcements
FDA Endorses Novel Heart Therapy Treatment
A new therapy that reduces the risk of mortality and heart failure in
patients with mild cardiac disease received endorsement from an
advisory panel to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The therapy
has been tested extensively nationwide under the leadership of Arthur
Moss, professor of medicine.
Scam E-mail Detected
Some faculty and staff received a scam e-mail yesterday that warns of a false Trojan virus and includes a link to "recover now." University IT
has blocked the e-mail, but those who received it before it was blocked, should delete it without opening the link.
Eastman School Offers Summer Institutes
An array of programs are offered to faculty and staff of all musical
skill levels at the Eastman School.
Eastman Community Music School also offers children a variety of
classes and lessons on all instruments and voice. Applications to
download and print are available from the Eastman Summer Session Web site. For more information, call 274-1400 or e-mail email@example.com. Information on tuition waivers for faculty and staff are
available on the Human
Resources Web site.
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 Steve
Erickson, editor of the literary
journal Black Clock. Erickson is the
author of eight novels, and two
books about American politics that have
been published in 10 languages.
Film-Lecture Series Presents Russian Comedy
Financial Health Bites: Budgeting
The annual Film-Lecture Series continues at 7 p.m. tonight in Gleason Theatre with a showing of Kavkazskaya plennitsa, ili Novye priklyucheniya Shurika ("Kidnapping Caucasian Style"), a Russian comedy, presented by John Givens, associate professor of Russian. The series is presented by the Modern Languages and Cultures Undergraduate Council.
Learn more about budgeting today from noon to 1 p.m. in room ACF-B
(2-1318) in the Medical Center. A representative from Canandaigua
National Bank and Trust will speak and answer questions. Brown-bag
lunches are welcome.