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In Today's Issue

  • Conference Highlights Careers in Biomedical Industry
  • Repaving Will Close Part of Road Near Goler House
  • Humanities Project: Gender and Race in American History
  • United Way: A Little Goes a Long Way
  • Plutzik Reading Series Continues
  • KEY Capstone Presentations
  • Prevention, Common Sense Key to Safe Travel

News and Announcements

Conference Highlights Careers in Biomedical Industry
The future of the expanding biomedical industry in upstate New York, including the latest trends, innovative research, and career options, will be the topic of a conference on Friday, April 16, hosted by the University of Rochester and Rochester Institute of Technology.
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Repaving Will Close Part of Road Near Goler House
Beginning at 7:30 a.m. today, Central Utilities crews will be at the northwest corner of Goler House (near the bus stop) removing cold patch and re-paving the roadway around a manhole and catch basin. The portion of road will re-open Thursday, April 15. A portion of the small through road between Goler House and Eastman Dental Center parking lots will also be closed. There will be no effect on entrances/exits to parking lots in the area, but pedestrians and vehicular traffic are asked to use caution while in the area. For more information, call Chris Howe at 275-4145.

Humanities Project: Gender and Race in American History
The History Department, in conjunction with the Frederick Douglass Institute and the Susan B. Anthony Institute, will hold a two-day conference to parallel the launch of a new book series sponsored by the University of Rochester Press: Gender and Race in American History. The conference will be held in the Hawkins-Carlson Room, Rush Rhees Library, on Friday, April 16, and Saturday, April 17, and will include presentations and addresses from both this year’s Frederick Douglass Lecturer, Deborah Gray White, and Two Icons Lecturer, Michele Mitchell
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United Way: A Little Goes a Long Way
Pledging just one percent of your annual salary to this year's United Way campaign can make a big difference to those in the Greater Rochester area. The University has established a One Percent Leader's Club to recognize those who are willing to give at that level to support initiatives proven to address the community's greatest priorities.
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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 C. Dale Young, author of three books of poetry. His work has appeared in American Poetry Review, The Atlantic Monthly, and two installments of The Best American Poetry.

KEY Capstone Presentations
Learn how several KEY Scholars transformed an idea into an enterprise that creates value during several presentations from 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday, April 15, in the Gowen Room, Wilson Commons. Feel free to stop in at any time. See the full schedule of presentations.

Prevention, Common Sense Key to Safe Travel
Experts at Passport Health of Upstate New York, based at the School of Nursing, offer tips for staying healthy and safe while traveling for spring break.
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April 14, 2010
Sunny
Today's Forecast:
Sunny, High 62°
Tomorrow:
PM Showers, High 67°

Today's Event Highlight

Expanding our Horizons: Velvet Brown, speaker
Eastman Commons Ciminelli Lounge, 2:30 p.m. Read more…

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Rochester in the News
CNN (April 12)
‘A New Era for the National Enquirer?’
The National Enquirer's reputation is as a scandal sheet that revels in humanity's foibles. Never mind that such publications have been a mainstay of journalism for more than a century, says Joan Saab, associate professor of art history and visual and cultural studies. Read more...

In Higher Education
Inside Higher Ed (April 13)
‘No Letup From Washington’
"The federal government is dead serious about holding colleges and universities accountable for their performance, and can be counted on to impose undesirable requirements if higher education officials don't make meaningful changes themselves." Read more…

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