June 30, 2007
The City as Classroom
President Seligman accompanies several Urban Fellows on a tour of Rochester City School No. 30, where Samantha Hetchkop ’08 (center, wearing black top) assisted with an after-school program administered by Cameron Community Ministries (CCM) as part of her summer assignment.
This September 5 marks the official launch of Rochester's new logo. The new design, developed in a year-long process, is based on input from faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
The University's new Rochester BioEnterprise Center offers 40,000 square feet of office and laboratory space designed to nurture emerging biotech companies by offering business services and lab facilities.
125 University teams, 419,078,436 steps and 164,233 cups of fruits and vegetables later, which teams landed on top after the nine-week Eat Well Live Well Challenge?
Four biomedical engineering students took first place for their portable, low-cost device designed to make infusion pumps and intravenous devices safer for people with disabilities.
Suzanne Bell is the recipient of the first Messinger award, a $5,000 prize that honors the contributions of library staff.
Staff Infection 3, an exhibition that features works by staff from University libraries, opens July 31 and continues through August 31.