February 18, 2008
Grad wins Grammy
Eastman alumna Maria Schneider ’85 (MM) won a Grammy award in February in the best instrumental composition category for “Cerulean Skies,” the centerpiece work of her latest album, Sky Blue. Read more.
When Ron Dow walked into Rush Rhees Library over 11 years ago, he saw crumbling floors, chairs hemorrhaging their seat stuffing, and banks of fluorescent lights hanging where chandeliers used to be.
Using a tabletop laser, University optical scientists have turned pure aluminum, gold.
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Like other University divisions during this year of strategic planning, the Warner School of Education has been assessing its strengths and mapping its course for the coming decade.
Beginning appropriately on President’s Day, scholars, students, and the merely curious can browse through Abraham Lincoln’s private letters online through an innovative new program that also puts University student in touch— literally—with history.
Eastman alumna Maria Schneider ’85 (MM) won a Grammy award in February in the best instrumental composition category for her work “Cerulean Skies.”
In music the passions enjoy themselves, wrote Nietzsche. (Read More)
A roundup of news and announcements
A roundup of news.
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