October 13, 2006
A NOVEMBER TREAT
The Medical Center’s “Medical School for an Evening” on November 7 was punctuated with the formal installation of Bradford Berk as the University’s senior vice president for health sciences and CEO of the Medical Center and Strong Health.
Charles Phelps, provost and eminent health-care economist, will conclude 13 years as the University’s chief academic officer on July 1.
The new software will help protect technology resources from viruses, worms, and other Internet malware and will significantly reduce costs.
On Thursday, November 16, the Medical Center campus and select off-site locations will become smoke-free institutions—inside and out
A long-term initiative that likely will stretch over 10 to 20 years, the plan is intended to assess the property owned by the University, including options for future development.
To mark this year’s World Aids Day, a series of events exploring some of the major issues and challenges of the AIDS epidemic, now in its 25th year, will be held at the University and locally.
The Human Resources Office of Multicultural Affairs and Inclusion has introduced three affinity groups for faculty and staff.
Rochester political scientists say the nation’s political leaders have a small window to decide whether last week’s election results will cast them as opponents or partners.
Every year, a University program encourages faculty and staff to share their Thanksgiving holiday with students in the Rochester area,
Coming off strong seasons, the men’s and women’s basketball teams swing into action with the Chuck Resler Tournament at the Palestra on November 17 and 18.
Students at the University had questions about a new vaccine to prevent a specific type of cancer, so they went directly to the source for answers—the vaccine developers.
Polish Film Festival, bookstore's appreciation day, B-Ball tournament for scholarship