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Volume 28 Index (2000)

  • December 4, 2000 (#22)
    Medical plans, FSA's taking enrollments
    Researchers indentify autism gene
    Minority education is focus of grant
    ITS launches strategic planning effort
    Professor's book is triple winner
    Technology transfer revenue quadruples
    $1.4 million boosts environmental ed
    Doctor uncovers 1831 canal journal
    Anthropologist receives fiction award
    Schedule of Medical Plans Informational/Enrollment Sessions
    Ship Shape (photo)

  • November 20, 2000 (#21)
    Scientists make key Alzheimer's finding
    Galway Kinnell delivers Plutzik Lecture
    President responds to committee recommendations
    Two appointed to named professorships
    Mt. Hope awarded $1.7 million grant
    Simon School's Edna Seidmann dies
    The woman behind World Flight 2000
    Film historian named visiting scholar
    NIH research funding jumps 18 percent
    Exquisite Torture opens at Todd Theater
    New phone numbers to start with 506 prefix

  • November 6, 2000 (#20)
    Center is renamed for Skalny Foundation
    Study backs drug choice for Parkinson's
    LLE's Omega boosts laser-driven fusion
    From: Marvin Stillman, manager of environmental compliance; Re: Hazardous Waste Management
    Rush Rhees gallery features mixed media
    Quantum dots foster smaller transistors
    Barbara Granger's art is on the button
    Polish Film Festival shows Wajda films

  • October 23, 2000 (#19)
    Strong Health launches Project Believe
    New center on aging to be established
    From: Thomas H. Jackson; Re: Sesquicentennial Weekend
    King Arthur rules at 'Camelot 2000'
    Elected officials salute Sesquicentennial
    Conversations examine life of first lady
    ESM exhibit honors photographer Ouzer
    SMD, SON inaugurate three new deans
    From: Information Technology Services; Re: Telephone Directories
    Parts of RC designated as arboretum
    Sesqui Delights: the Sesquicentennial insert

  • October 9, 2000 (#18)
    Get set for Sesquicentennial Weekend
    Note Sesqui parking, traffic info.
    From: Charles Murphy, Director of Human Resources; Re: Sesquicentennial Weekend
    $1 million gift creates library deanship
    Sesquicentennial Weekend Events
    Stonehurst Regatta rows back into town
    Investment sessions offer financial help
    From: University Health Service; Re: Delayed Supply of Influenza Vaccine
    Sesquicentennial online auction launched

  • September 25, 2000 (#17)
    Exhibits, books mark Sesquicentennial
    Two chemists named to professorships
    Dandelion Square offers gathering place
    Ware brings disability studies field home
    SON researchers awarded $2.4 million
    New mouse aids in dystrophy research
    Alumnus Baldwin kicks off fall readings
    MAG spotlights folk carver Edmondson
    Note office relocations on the River Campus

  • September 11, 2000 (#16)
    Extensive Sesquicentennial events slated
    Race honors Anthony, women's education
    New women deans make history at SMD
    SMH researchers awarded $1.4 million
    Grant will be used to investigate artificial joints
    Log on to Rochester's diversity Web site
    Gandhi's grandson speaks at conference
    Training begins for online phone directory
    Think Safe
    Keep fit at River Campus facilities
    Paley sculpture enhances MAG entrance

  • August 28, 2000 (#15)
    Several honored with Goergen Awards
    Yellowjacket Day joins Convocation
    Vice president for investments is named
    Murphy succeeds Brault as HR director
    Douglas Wylie appointed as controller
    Library unit provides vast resources
    Scientists design adaptive computer chip
    Find students online
    Staff orientation program expanded
    Eisenberg named editor of top journal
    ESM professor wins research fellowship
    Topolski exhibits artwork at two venues
    SON recognized for geriatric research
    Professor receives award from alma mater

  • August 14, 2000 (#14)
    Blackman wins $450,000 physics prize
    Dental program gets national recognition
    Liver transplant makes history at Strong
    Two scientists receive Sloan fellowships
    Fenno's book studies Southern politics
    Physics program teaches the teachers
    Hartnett exhibit examines Niagara Falls
    New area code takes effect next year
    Training inspires student researchers
    Remember to recycle
    State recognizes the Miner Library
    New director of University audit named
    From: University Facilities and Services; Re: Tracking Codes
    OHRD schedules leadership workshops

  • July 31, 2000 (Student Summer Issue)
    Sesquicentennial offers special events
    Yellowjacket Day joins Convocation
    Teachers, departments get Goergen Awards
    Eastman receives $3.26 million grant
    Major gift propels library renovation
    Dates to remember
    Freshman housing planning continues
    Nursing school implements new strategy
    Hundert, Chiverton are named as deans
    Athletic center, campus get facelifts
    A message from Thomas LeBlanc, Robert L. and Mary L. Sproull Dean of the College Faculty, about The Frederick Douglass Institute
    McNair Program encourages diversity
    Note Career Center upcoming events
    Important information for the fall

  • July 24, 2000 (#13)
    Eastman receives $3.26 million grant
    Learning the Language (photo)
    Mathematics refines evolution theories
    A note from HR Re: Vacation
    Gunta Liders named director of ORPA
    Russian artist studied in Givens book
    Lyons exhibit reexamines human figure
    Light-harvesting molecule takes shape
    Eastman lecture spotlights folklorist
    The Currents listserv keeps you in touch
    Alumnus named Top 100 Innovator
    Think Safe

  • July 3, 2000 (#12)
    Hundert, Chiverton are named as deans
    Paprocki given new administrative posts
    Major gift propels library renovation
    NSF grant is one of Warner's biggest
    Register for Sesquicentennial Weekend
    A note to readers
    Clark, longtime College dean, dies
    Construction, event impact River Campus
    Facilities Management Information Services (FAMIS)
    Still lifes take center stage at MAG
    Carillon concerts to be offered on Quad
    Technology achieves past-perfect vision
    Astronomers complete testing for NASA

  • June 12, 2000 (#11)
    Rochester joins new HIV vaccine network
    Merger set for two organization staffs
    The Currents listserv keeps you in touch
    University benefactor William Simon dies
    Bavelier named John Merck Scholar
    Lerner receives New Investigator Award
    End-of-life care becomes focus at SMD
    Medical professorship honors Paul Fine
    University, RIT astronomers team up

  • May 22, 2000 (#10)
    Commencement speaker stresses civic duty
    Rochester Ph.D.s get top teaching posts
    Fulbright Award sends Willis to Moscow
    Longtime employees honored for service
    Celebrations will be held to reward over 700 staffers
    Pioneering doctor Robert Burton dies
    Art historian Duro to head department
    Grad student tests virtual-reality uses
    Alumnus, surgeon Richard Kobilak dies
    Anthropologist oversees tourism research
    United Way campaign raises $705,800

  • May 1, 2000 (#9)
    The 150th Commencement draws near
    Conklin, Orr win Guggenheim awards
    United Way update
    Tarduno leads students on 'Field Quest'
    Summer renovations get under way at the River Campus
    $1.6 million awarded for heart research
    Warner, Greece schools renew partnership
    Study shows nurses' home visits help
    Watts receives accounting-educator award
    Student's papers presented to library
    Artist Lyons receives Fairchild Award

  • April 17, 2000 (#8)
    University awarded historic drug patent
    Friedman receives Fulbright, IEEE honors
    Make Good Things Happen
    Contemporary-writing library is unveiled
    The Currents listserv keeps you in touch
    U.S. News rates Rochester's graduate programs
    Eastman series features child prodigy
    Dental researchers report on cavity war
    Jazz-harmonica legend gives ESM concert
    Young patients get in the driver's seat
    Crash and learn
    MAG exhibit celebrates painting, poetry

  • April 3, 2000 (#7)
    SEAS, SMD unite to form new department
    Biomedical engineering department meets rising demand
    Committee to consider WRC membership
    United Way update
    Optics researchers earn year-end kudos
    Program offers new hope for mentally ill
    London investigates woman writing teams
    MAG symposium draws noted scholars
    ITP stages ambitious Iliad production
    Undergrads, BOCES students collaborate

  • March 20, 2000 (#6)
    Schneider headlines Commencement
    NOW president to speak on women's issues
    Day of Caring
    Edmund A. Hajim Gymnasium opens
    Native Voices comes to River Campus
    ESM residency draws renowned producer
    Fehn to study volcanoes, ocean in Japan
    Rubin develops Washington symposium
    Study shows Child Health Plus works
    Chase Corporate Challenge team forms
    FDA approves CHS-researched vaccine

  • March 6, 2000 (#5)
    Simon School is awarded $4 million gift
    Gleason Foundation's gift will be used for a new wing
    Cooper is named Woman of the Year
    Harvard professor earns 1st Riker Prize
    2000 United Way campaign officially kicks off
    Alumnus to share Wolf Prize in physics
    Clark program draws three major poets
    Researchers develop fiber-optic monitor
    Researcher's work is transformed as art
    Bocko's research used to smooth rides
    Sibling study probes Alzheimer's cause

  • February 21, 2000 (#4)
    Susan B. Center undergoes major changes
    Joanna Scott's fifth novel is published
    SMH to install area's first PET scanner
    It's time again to 'Make Good Things Happen'
    Pediatric program wins national award
    Susan B. Anthony's desk returns home
    ESM acquires photographer Ouzer's work
    Article addresses workers' lung ailments
    SON professor's fables improve learning

  • February 7, 2000 (#3)
    MAG hosts monumental Parrish exhibit
    2000 United Way Campaign
    New chime tolls for the Sesquicentennial
    Crawford is promoted to budget director
    University Copy Center Services
    Physicist Harry Gove unravels mysteries
    Emerson, 1st SMH thoracic surgeon, dies
    Outreach program creates great chemistry
    Time Team wins Best Practices Award
    Think Safe
    Dance Program offers subscription series
    New Day Care Provider

  • January 24, 2000 (#2)
    Jackson, Phelps issue mission statement
    The University of Rochester . . . An Inclusive Community
    Center for Future Health gets $1 million
    Philip Wexler joins Israeli institute
    Alumnus William Warfield returns to ESM
    Time Reporting Guidelines
    Warner School recognized with two grants
    URMC secretary doubles as glass artist
    Weather watchers dial 6111
    Susan B. Center honors women's successes
    Historian to discuss Holocaust evidence
    CHS finds few asthmatic kids get medicine

  • January 10, 2000 (#1)
    Powell appointed to Wilson professorship
    Area's 1st pediatric neurosurgeon named
    Strong gets $9 million for AIDS research
    The Sesquicentennial
    Sesquicentennial Web site offers facts and fun
    New director of purchasing is appointed
    Roach also is named director of auxiliary operations
    Professor Emeritus George Engel dies
    Author's premiere novel wins Kafka Prize
    HP licenses engineers' 'Blue Noise Mask'
    Poreda conducts research in Antarctica
    Treat prostate cancer early, study says
    Peer-led workshops spread across campus

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