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New workshop series helps students become better leaders

New workshop series helps students become better leaders

August 14, 2017

Want to start your own business someday? Or maybe run for public office? The Medallion Program at the College offers workshops that can help you to become a better leader.

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Houhui Xia appointed Paul Stark Professor in Pharmacology

Houhui Xia appointed Paul Stark Professor in Pharmacology

July 7, 2017

Xia’s research focuses on molecular and signaling mechanisms of synaptic plasticity in memory formation and mental health.

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Steve Georas appointed Walter & Carmina Mary Parkes Family Endowed Professor

Steve Georas appointed Walter & Carmina Mary Parkes Family Endowed Professor

July 7, 2017

Georas is board certified in both pulmonary and critical care medicine, and has been caring for patients with a variety of acute and chronic lung diseases for more than 20 years.

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Emma Ciafaloni appointed Robert C. and Rosalyne H. Griggs Professor in Experimental Therapeutics of Neurological Disease

Emma Ciafaloni appointed Robert C. and Rosalyne H. Griggs Professor in Experimental Therapeutics of Neurological Disease

July 7, 2017

Ciafaloni, professor of neurology, is a specialist in the diagnosis and treatment of neuromuscular diseases and in clinical trials in both adults and children.

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Annette Medina-Walpole appointed Paul H. Fine Professor in Medicine

Annette Medina-Walpole appointed Paul H. Fine Professor in Medicine

July 7, 2017

Medina-Walpole is medical director of Monroe Community Hospital, a county-owned skilled nursing facility, one of the premier teaching nursing homes in the country.

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Staff recognized for outstanding service

Staff recognized for outstanding service

April 17, 2017

Andrea Clarke of the Center for Community Health is among the several outstanding staff members honored this year for their significant and longstanding contributions to the University and to the Rochester community.

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Students with a ‘hidden passion’ share surprising double lives

Students with a ‘hidden passion’ share surprising double lives

February 7, 2017

Many University of Rochester students thrive on the school’s open curriculum, which allows and even encourages students to pursue multiple passions with equal vigor. The Memorial Art Gallery’s “Hidden Passions: Inspiring Conversations about Hyphenated Lives” lecture series is in its third season of celebrating the creative lives and private hobbies of Rochesterians. This week, the […]

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Going with the grain

Going with the grain

February 7, 2017

Erik Rosenkranz ’18 is a mechanical engineering major who hopes to pursue a career as a civil engineer. He is captivated by bridges, looking at them and analyzing them. But his “hidden passion” is for woodworking, especially the longboards that he builds and rides.

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Harry Reis appointed Dean’s Professor

Harry Reis appointed Dean’s Professor

December 30, 2016

Harry Reis, a leading researcher in the field of social psychology credited with helping to launch the field of relationship science, was jointly appointed as Dean’s Professor in Arts, Sciences and Engineering effective December 1.

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A salute to University veterans

A salute to University veterans

November 10, 2016

Bryan Yates ’13 was working on his undergraduate degree at the College when he received news that a high school friend was killed while serving in Afghanistan. Yates is just one of the many University students and staff who have served in the armed forces, and on Veterans Day we honor and thank them for their service.

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