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Ching Tang

Ching Tang was officially installed as the Doris Johns Cherry Professor on January 19 during a ceremony in Rush Rhees Library. His work in organic electronics has led to innovative developments in solar cells and efficient flat-panel display technology.

Tributes to King focus on injustice

The events culminate with the Martin Luther King Commemorative Address featuring the Rev. Jesse Jackson on Friday, January 26

Health benefits task force to consider all options, says Chuck Murphy

President Seligman recently announced the formation of a University-wide task force to study ways to control the rising costs of the University's health benefits.

New poetry anthology reveals human side of being a doctor

A new poetry anthology featuring works by students and doctors, including several from Rochester, offers a glimpse into the emotional journey of becoming a physician and the personal moments of self-doubt, humor, remorse, and joy that come with the territory.

Men's basketball coach earns 500th career win

For head coach Mike Neer, the new year brought a new number: 500—his 500th victory, that is.

Warner students sharpen leadership skills by developing Wiki

Sixteen Warner graduate students created and launched a Wiki as part of a semester-long group project. The result is an interactive Web resource for future students and professors.

Willie Cole's 'Anxious Objects' on view

Thirty-one works by Cole are now on view at the Memorial Art Gallery through March 11 as part of a nationally touring, mid-career retrospective.