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Volume 32 Index (2004)

  • December 6, 2004 #21
    Seligman named 10th president
    Rochester's 10th President
    Praise for Seligman
    Photo Layout
    Memo: Presidential Search
    Court rules on cox-2 infrigement case
    Ring in the new year MAG-style
    Trustees' Presidential Search Committee
    Memo: River Campus Holiday Party

  • November 15, 2004 #20
    Med Center honored for service
    Researchers verify 'baby planet'
    Check card option coming soon
    HRMS task force reports on progress
    Gift funds Simon MBA fellowships
    Eastman's Kilbourn seriers continues
    Choreographer premieres video
    FDA purchases Med Center software
    Artist explores life's contradictions
    Gallery director to give 'Tea Talk'
    Grant targets critical care nurses

  • November 1, 2004 #19
    Longenbach receives Fairchild Award
    $3.8 million funds Warner initiative
    Poet Revell to read Nov. 3
    Neilly Series hosts humorist Blount
    Strouse premiere opens Eastman Opera
    Polish Film Festival kicks off Nov. 14
    Rochester site for Alzheimer's study College Bowl, anyone?
    Summit connects women leaders
    Photo: Get Your Kicks
    Researchers test new flu vaccine
    Eye Institute unveils clinical space
    Keep fire safety in mind

  • October 18, 2004 #18
    Employees invited to Benefits Expo '04
    Memo: A Report on the HRMS Task Force
    Cogen water line installation begins
    Optics celebrates 75 years
    Photo: Mythology Meets Modern Theater
    Napster service expands
    Literary force Marcus to read
    Unethical behavior? Call the hotline
    Memo: Update on Flu Vaccine Clinics
    Photo: Chase Corporate Challenge
    Poland's Consul General to speak
    NIH awards researchers $11.5 million
    Global project detailed at festival

  • October 4, 2004 #17
    Meliora Weekend: Don't miss it!
    New service protects against spam
    Eastman reveals renovated stage
    Symposium honors Kyburg'
    Meloria Weekend Events 2004
    Forum: U.S. ready for Ms. President
    Schauf appointed dining director

  • September 20, 2004 #16
    University welcomes Desmond Tutu
    Memo: Presidential Search
    $1 million gift honors Gates
    Deaf health project first of its kind
    Laser Lab camera goes commerical
    Chemistry professor wins national award
    Task force to study HRMS performance
    Conference takes a new look at civil rights
    Memo: University Online and Printed Directories
    Photo: Mike Super
    Register now for Meliora Weekend

  • September 7, 2004 #15
    College Convocation honors educators
    Memo: Political Activities
    Purchasing agreement announced
    Eastman salutes alumus Miller
    Yellowjacket Weekend: Join the fun!
    Cancer Center seeks volunteers
    Biographer opens Neilly Series
    Meliora Weekend: Register now!
    New: Submit work orders online
    Strong honored for nursing quality
    Photo: Getting Orientated
    Bus lines offer new routes, faster trips

  • August 16, 2004 #14
    University collaboration announced
    17-year old wins piano competition
    Local teacher recieves award
    Benefits: Update for faculty and staff
    Meliora Weekend 2004 is coming
    Ceremonies mark new school year
    Two exhibits on display at library
    Fall into the new athletic season
    'Extensive' welcome for Class of 08'
    University plans cox-3 court review
    Global warming models questioned
    Students 'Get Real' with environment

  • August 2, 2004 #Student Issue
    Library to launch DSpace this fall
    'Green' group invites students to get involved
    Battling robot triumphs on TV
    Napster available in residence halls
    Class of '08 finds a home(page)
    Urban Fellows completes third year
    Search: 'White paper' describes goals
    Odds 'n' Ends
    Roundtable unites many faiths
    A Closer Look at the Class of 2008
    Celebrate fourth annual Meliora Weekend
    Eastman Concert Series
    Distinguished poets give readings
    Tea and talk
    Library's Neilly Series
    A buzzing good time
    Exhibitions at the Rush Rhees Library
    For art's sake
    'Hot spots' for fall!
    Continuous improvements
    Sports Page
    Making news
    Important Information for the Fall
    Photo: "Field quest"

  • July 26, 2004 #13
    Richards named University trustee
    Search: 'White paper' describes goals
    Eastman exhibit opens library
    Astronomers discover 'baby planet'
    Library to launch DSpace this fall
    Governor announces high-tech funding
    Sun's donation aids research
    Cogeneration meeting scheduled
    Research Roundup
    Strong geriatrics ranked among best
    Nanotechnology may be flawed
    Auditions scheduled
    Simon CD wins PRism award
    Court denies hearing for patent case

  • July 6, 2004 #12
    History professor's book wins awards
    New HR system is online
    Eastman students receive Fulbrights
    Astronomers discover 'baby planet'
    United Way nears $1 million goal
    'Rochester Biennial' opens at MAG
    'Top quark' measured
    Kids develop skills with ScienceStart
    Pianist enriches College music program
    Film preservation program introduced
    Chemical engineering professor dies
    The snow finally stopped
    School of Nursing rises in NIH rankings
    Campus Times wins three awards

  • June 14, 2004 #11
    Fusion center comes to University
    New HR system goes live July 6
    Simon celebrates Commencement
    Aslin named Kenan Professor
    Students receive national awards
    Warner sponsors counselor conference
    Team wins spot in NYC race
    July 6: Access jobs list online
    First counterterrorism seminar held
    Update: 2004 United Way Campaign
    Urban Fellows begins third year
    University conducts health care survey

  • May 26, 2004 #10
    Psychologist receives national award
    Get ready for HRMS
    Simon hots educators' conference
    Protect free speech, graduates told
    Warner sponsers Catholic institute
    Janet Berlo receives fellowship
    Medical Center counters terrorism
    Medical Center counters terrorism
    Jazz Festival returns for third year
    Simon partners with new school
    Looking for a job? Log on to HRMS
    Update: 2004 United Way Campaign
    Battling robot triumphs on TV

  • May 10, 2004 #9
    Professor named to Academy of Sciences
    Sign up now for NetIDs
    Eastman's CED gets new name, location
    Medical school honors graduates
    ITS offers network security protection
    'Green' group reaches out to local school
    Update: 2004 Unity Way Campaign
    Program targets childhood obesity
    Psychologist appointed journal editor
    Staff honored for years of service
    Event honors Anthony/Stanton friendship

  • April 26, 2004 #8
    University marks 154th Commencement
    HRMS training sessions start soon
    Eastman concerts offer Asian flair
    Panel to discuss fast ferry's local impact
    New residency program approved
    Kodak gift chronicles company's history
    Iris celebrated here and abroad
    Switchover to new '276' exchange begins
    Youth celebrate Polish art, music
    Update: 2004 United Way Update
    EDC wins minority recruitment grant

  • April 12, 2004 #7
    Presidential search committee named
    Xerox wins University contract
    Congeeration plant to serve campuses
    Ceremony celebrates Simon dean
    School of Nursing to expand
    Avant-garde poet to read April 21
    Campaign 2004: United Way Update
    Student employee of the year named
    Dates announced for directory updates
    Genetics Day highlights latest research
    Concert features Beethoven tour de force
    Anthro conference focuses on food
    Groups team up for Earth Day

  • March 29, 2004 #6
    AAAS names Newport section chair
    Campaign 2004: United Way Update'
    Plutzik offers back-to-back readings
    Online: Comment on presidential search
    Department awards Riker Prize
    Eastman Opera stages classic
    Plan to attend HRMS training sessions
    Simon to hold investiture April 1
    Vaccine study targets bird flu
    Photo: Final Buzzer

  • March 15, 2004 #5
    Search for Jackson's successor begins
    Eastman reaches out for 'Music for All'
    Memo: From President Jackson: 2004 United Way Campaign
    Catholic center marks 40th anniversary
    Powell's former science advisor to speak
    Reading features Kafka Prize winner
    Webcast of file-sharing talk online
    National Portrait Gallery director to visit
    Get the latest HRMS upgrade news
    Scholar to share research on Vinchy regime
    Photo: March Madness

  • March 1, 2004 #4
    Mt. Hope Center receives $3.8 million
    Presidential hopeful Nader to visit
    Med Center leads statewide initiative
    Problem solvers unite for engineers week
    International honors go to film professor
    SAO works to build community
    Grab a meal during spring break
    Research Roundup
    Theater group stages dark comedy

  • February 16, 2004 #3
    University signs agreement with Napster
    Eastman honors Polist composer
    Classrooms offer new media tools
    Plutzik features Samuel Delany
    Simon School ranks among world's best
    Former Democratic candidate to visit
    Got a Web site? Prepare to migrate
    Photonics pioneer Harvey Pollicove dies
    Get the latest on weather conditions

  • February 2, 2004 #2
    National panelist to discuss file sharing
    Legacy dinner to honor women leaders
    $1.2 million targets math, literacy
    Geophysicist named AAAS fellow
    Grant supports Eastman Pathways
    Newman's first full-time chaplain dies
    Researchers win case against Microsoft
    Aetna offers new FSA features

  • January 19, 2004 #1
    Berkeley law dean to give MLK talk
    Grant paves way for biomed building
    Purchasing announces new contract
    Entrepreneur programs to expand
    HR launches new management system has new look
    Kids learn life skills at Mt. Hope center
    Unethical behavior? Call the hotline
    Events honor MLK Day

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