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Volume 30 Index (2002)

  • December 9, 2002 #21
    $1 million grant forges Eastman 'pathway
    Health care: Open enrollment begins
    Historian to discuss race, health
    Campus groups spread holiday cheer
    Awareness at the heart of Deaf Strong
    Insurance questions?
    Team unravels sunspot mystery
    Columnist to discuss Civil War stories
    Art project focuses on AIDS awareness
    Web 'spider' links industry, experts
    Schedule of Medical Plans Informational/Enrollment Sessions

  • November 18, 2002 #20
    Largest smallpox vaccine study under way
    Eastman ensemble to perform five-city tour
    Physicists puzzle over 'big bang' mystery
    Major explores African-American studies
    Young alum gives University major gift
    Photo: Strictly Ballroom
    Cavanaugh named health & safety director
    Information on copyright compliance
    Memo: Simon School Dean Search
    May the best opera singer win
    Harnett hosts gender art installation
    FYI

  • November 4, 2002 #19
    Innovative technique detects new planet
    Warner grant targets math education
    Eastman to lead internation project
    Discover names Conwell in top 50
    Key to Earth's core found in Arctic Circle
    FYI
    Get the inside scoop on investments
    UN weapons inspector to discuss Iraq
    WebCT demo set for Nov. 19
    Research Roundup
    Keep safety first during the holidays

  • October 21, 2002 #18
    Rochester grad wins Nobel Prize
    Study: NY government lacks women
    Ancient DNA defense still protects
    Meliora Weekend 'exceeds expections'
    Peace activist, Holocaust survivor to visit
    Poet Phillips punctuates Plutzik lineup
    Fire extinguishers saves lives
    Photo: Health History
    Research Roundup
    FYI

  • October 7, 2002 #17
    State gives $30 million for biotech
    Plosser announces decision to step down
    Center seeks to pave way for minorities
    Gleason gift supports library renovations
    Plutzik offers back-to-back readings
    Meliora Weekend Events
    Memo: River Campus Parking

  • September 23, 2002 #16
    Meliora Weekend registration begins
    New 'antisense' technology targets RNA
    Study: Teens report post-9/11 anxiety
    Eastman host eclectic music mix
    Arctic author opens Neilly Series
    Construction projects slated for fall
    Poet Hollander kicks Plutzik
    Brown Bag IT
    Research Roundup
    Reminder: Double check the Web for 585

  • September 9, 2002 #15
    Convocation christens academic year
    University marks September 11
    Doubly good: Wilson Day expands
    Vaccine unit receives $13.9 million
    Nurse practitioner tells her story of 9/11
    Eastman alumni reunite for gala
    Calling jazz fans, bibliophiles
    Rushdie highlights Plutzik series
    Correction
    Photo: Second City
    New degree gives global perspective

  • August 19, 2002 #14
    Three named to Board of Trustees
    Observances planned for September 11
    $2.2 million addresses nursing shortage
    University launches 'URWireless'
    Photo/Optical Convergence
    Project Believe tackles urban health issues
    New course covers latest in patient safety
    Research Roundup
    Student athletes urged to drink more water
    Physician directs heart association update
    Photo/Getting their Orientation
    River Campus construction nears end

  • August 7, 2002 #SI
    Wilson Days: Connecting students to Rochester
    Building a better robot
    Eastman Quad goes wireless
    Rochester debate team earns top spot
    Scholarship hnors alumnus, 9/11 hero
    Memo: Convocation and Fall Activities
    Always Better: Meliora 2002 promises big lineup
    Plutzik Series features Salman Rushdie
    Degas exclusive slated for Memorial Art Gallery
    Jazz to Journalism
    College Class of 2006: Who they are*
    'Young, hip' sextet highlights stuffed Eastman concert calendar
    Student health in focus
    Students tackle issues facing urban areas
    Men take new approach to safety issues
    Sports highlights
    FYI
    Anthony Center 5K run/walk
    Alum's Pledge at center of heated debate
    Mark you calendar
    Important Information for the Fall
    Photos: Campus Festivals

  • July 29, 2002 #13
    LLE get's initial 'green light' for funding
    Optical scientist named to professorship
    UHS director leads national health group
    WebCT: Faculty manage classes online
    Researchers improve ultrasound imaging
    Photo/Building a Better Robot
    Former chair of physics and astronomy dies
    Countdown: Area code switches August 16
    FYI
    Simon to introduce certificate program
    Information on copyright compliance

  • July 8, 2002 #12
    'Make things happen,' Simon grads told
    Radiation expert cautions against panic
    United Way pledges top $845,000
    Diversity: Hiring practices that work
    Research Roundup
    July concerts offer carillon on the quad
    Where one journey ends, another begins
    Alum's Pledge stirs current debate
    FYI
    Countdown: Area code switches August 16
    Strong joins national health care network

  • June 17, 2002 #11
    University health plans take effect July 1
    'Bold steps' target service, stewardship
    Physics grads garner national recognition
    Eastman kicks off summer concert series
    Carillon concerts begin July 1
    Students tackle issues facing urban areas
    Tree tour offers stroll and concert
    FYI
    Countdown: Area code switches August 16
    Triathlete takes winning to heart

  • May 28, 2002 #10
    Optical society honors Professor Wolf
    Info line connects employees with doctors
    Bioterrorism threat remains, says alum
    Graduates challenged to think boldly
    WWWII letters tell story of love and war
    Anesthesiologist hits the road for charity
    Cardiologist uses breakthough technology
    Panel to discuss early form of breast cancer
    Science teachers get a hands-on lesson
    Photo/Recycle Kindness
    Schedule of Directory Proofs
    Research Roundup
    FYI

  • May 13, 2002 #9
    Univesity celebrates Commencement 2002
    Healthcare plan deadline are May 31
    United Way Campaign Update
    Kyburg elected fellow for A.I. research
    Guggenheim winner maps genetic past
    FDI lecture series builds partnerships
    Students sample life on Genesee Street
    New details announced on insurance plans
    Fox named to University advancement post
    Schedule of New Health Care Plans - Information/Enrollment Sessions
    Program breathes life into lung research
    Pretty Persuasion/Photo

  • April 29, 2002 #8
    Physics professor honored for excellence
    Researchers get closer to 'labs on a chip'
    New service delivers ASL to deaf patients
    Program identifies tomorrow's leaders
    Update: United Way campaign continues
    Scientists identify 15-Year old 'Super-Nino
    Institute builds home-school partnerships
    Norwood 'engineers' focus on diversity
    City declares May 11 'Hyam Plutzik Day'
    Strong awarded for 'green' achievements
    Beside the Genesee/Photo
    FYI

  • April 15, 2002 #7
    Children's hospital receives $14 million
    Loyal alum Roger Lathan dies
    New insurance plans being readied
    Scholarship honors alumnus, 9/11 hero
    School of Medicine names Guzick dean
    Science center opens doors to area schools
    Plutzik features South African author
    Correction
    Author examines images of women
    Update: Wireless service switches to 585
    Series honors Native American scholar

  • April 1, 2002 #6
    Self-funded health plans take effect July 1
    Evolution in a petri dish: Bacteria beware!
    Economist Robert Barro to speak April 12
    Study shows defibrillators save lives
    Geva director closes 2001-02 Neilly Series
    Global warming: Local lake reveals clues
    Grant funds chemist's cancer research
    Historian discusses Civil War legacy
    Leukemia therapy linked to heart damage
    Ethnic diversity: The cure for U.S. cities
    Conference and Events launches Web Site
    Eastman Opera closes with La Boheme

  • March 18, 2002 #5
    Tech-transfer revenue tops $40 million
    MLK talk rescheduled for April 1
    Plutzik features Hume's poetic voice
    Treatment targets ADHD, tic disorders
    Seminar examines technology issues
    Maus artist to give talk
    Ossia performance fuses art, music
    Cosmos to classroom, Pipher leads the way
    Local novelist to discuss women's history
    Botanist picks 'hot' flowers for sping
    Dance Program series sparks creativity
    Author to read from prize-winning novel

  • March 4, 2002 #4
    Alumni shape minds at top U.S. schools
    Jackson/Phelps addressing The University Community
    Can computers learn to read Hemingway?
    Library hosts author of A Beautiful Mind
    Quartet performs March 17
    Educators explore school funding
    Library pays tribute to Cowen
    HR outlines policies on time reporting
    Musica Nova orchestrates NYC premiere
    Archeology dig unearths Arezzo history
    Summer camps enrich young minds
    Images of Black History Photo

  • February 18, 2002 #3
    Plutzik Series features novelist Howard
    'Beautiful Mind' biographer to give talk
    Eastman launches music leadership
    Treatment for Parkinson's shows promise
    Astronomer honored for stellar career
    Conductor of Wind Ensemble named
    Maister stages play on race, identity'
    Skoglund brings glass to life at MAG
    Survey: U.S. doctors wary of IUDs
    FYI

  • February 4, 2002 #2
    Professors recognized for work on cognition
    2002 United Way Campaign
    Scholarship honors Lathans
    Programs offer accelerated nurse training
    Wind Ensemble celebrates 50 years
    Study suggests Alzheimer's affects driving
    Voice and image merge in 'Eye Contact'
    Supply and demand: Inclusion is key
    HR outlines long-term disability benefits
    Photo/Reno Recovers
    Pianist selected as artist-in-residence

  • January 21, 2002 #1
    Civil rights chair to give MLK address
    January 21: Speakers mark holiday
    Reno discusses Clinton years, future plans
    University heads chip research center
    Academic society inducts faculty
    Winter fest features Bobcat's quirky comedy
    Neilly Series takes on blues, rock 'n' roll
    Anthony Center dinner honors women
    Dental clinic targets at-rish community
    Research Roundup

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