News and Announcements
Annual Book Celebration Honors University Authors
The Provost's annual Book
Celebration is a University-wide event to honor faculty and staff
members who have authored a book, or its equivalent, within the past
year. If you are the author of a "book" published between May 1, 2009,
and April 30, 2010, contact Karen
Johnson in the Provost’s Office to be included in the May 6 event.
Eastman Dental Urgent Care Opens
To address the region's increasing need,
Eastman Dental, of Medical Center's Eastman Institute for Oral Health,
today opens a new urgent care clinic on the concourse level of its main
site at 625 Elmwood Ave.
Tuba Professor Will Perform, Discuss Diversity
Velvet Brown, professor of tuba and euphonium at Pennsylvania State University, will present a lecture recital as part of the Eastman School's "Expanding Our Horizons" series.
Nurse Donates Life-Saving Cells to Leukemia Patient
Ruben Casaverde, a registered nurse at Wilmot Cancer Center, will roll up his sleeves and donate stem cells to help a 37-year-old who needs a transplant to bring his leukemia into remission.
Safe Zone Training
Ever wonder what all the rainbow stickers around campus are for? Want to learn more about GLBTQ issues? Interested in becoming an ally? Then come to the University Health Service Building on the River Campus, Room 220, on Friday, April 16, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for an open Safe Zone training. For more information, e-mail email@example.com.
11 Ways to Prevent E-mail Spam
Did you know that using more than one e-mail address can help reduce the amount of spam you receive? Read more about this and other ways you can cut down spam in your inbox.
This Month's HR Intercom
View the April issue of HR
Intercom, a newsletter with up-to-date information about
Human Resources programs and resources.
Medical School Students Put
on Benefit Fashion Show
School of Medicine and Dentistry students prove that "Medicine Never
Looked So Good" at a fundraising fashion show set for Saturday, April
17, at 7 p.m. at the Memorial Art Gallery. Medical students will model clothing from
Rochester-area stores. Proceeds will go to St. Joseph's House of Hospitality,
a community program that provides food, clothing and shelter to those
in need. Tickets, which cost $10 for adults and $5 for students, can be
bought at the door or in advance in the School of Medicine and Dentistry
student services office.