April 14, 2008
Antonio Perez, Kodak’s chairman and CEO, acknowledges the audience’s enthusiasm after announcing his company’s support for Eastman Theatre, as President Seligman applauds.
Building on the community legacy and vision of founder George Eastman, Eastman Kodak Co. is providing $10 million to the University to support the renovation and expansion of Eastman Theatre
Anne Mulcahy, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Xerox Corp., will receive an honorary doctor of laws degree and give the Commencement address for the College of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering on Sunday, May 18
Law and civil rights scholars Lani Guinier and Gerald Torres will speak at the University at 3 p.m. Friday, April 18, on their theory of the transformative lawmaking potential of social movements.
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For the 2008-09 academic year, the University Board of Trustees has approved a 5.9 percent increase in tuition from $34,380 to $36,410 for the College of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering. Costs for the most common room and board plans will grow 2 percent from $10,600 to $10,810.
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he timeless human desire to greedily ascend the social ladder despite the cost to individual integrity permeates the International Theatre Program’s production of Alexander Ostrovsky’s classic Russian satire A Family Affair.
When University departments need help planning conferences, workshops, and meetings, the Conference and Events team—composed of seven employees and two student workers—assists with everything from budget development to contract negotiation.
Print your own copy of the University celebrating Earth Day 2008.
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