October 13, 2006
Rochester is one of the top 50 universities in the world, according to a new global list issued by the Times of London.
The National Institutes of Health selected the School of Medicine and Dentistry as one of the first 12 institutions to receive a Clinical and Translational Research Award and become part of a national consortium that will shape the emerging field of translational science. The grant is the largest grant ever from NIH to the University.
Celebrating the past, present, and future is the theme of this year’s Eastman Weekend, a three-day event from October 20 to 22 that, for the first time, combines Alumni Weekend, Family Weekend, and the Eastman Community Music School Open House.
Four alumni with expertise in business and finance began serving on the Board of Trustees this month.
Flu shots will be provided at no cost for employees and their spouses enrolled in the University Health Care Plans.
The Humanities Project, an initiative for interdisciplinary artistic and research projects, is turning the spotlight on humanities at the University. The project involves 10 series of programs and offers performances, exhibitions, films, discussions, and other events to the University community and the public.
At this year’s Meliora Weekend alumni breakfast, President Seligman recognized Judge G. Robert Witmer for returning to mark 80 years since his graduation in 1926.
A parasite's far-reaching effects, the race for neuroAIDS treatment, and ethnic disparities in Medicare.