Melissa Greco Lopes

Melissa Greco Lopes is the press officer for student life and teaching, and covers student organizations and campus activities.

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Meet Rochester’s 2014-15 Fulbright recipients

Meet Rochester’s 2014-15 Fulbright recipients

June 11, 2014

This spring, six Rochester students and one alumna have been awarded 2014-15 Fulbright U.S. Student Grants to advance their studies, perform research, and teach English abroad while serving as young ambassadors in six countries in Europe, Asia, South America, and the Middle East.

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Four Rochester grads honor high school teachers

Four Rochester grads honor high school teachers

June 9, 2014

All seniors in the College are invited to nominate a high school teacher for consideration for the Singer Family Prize. The four award winners received a plaque and $3,000, as well as $2,500 for their school.

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Five Rochester students earn NSF research fellowships

Five Rochester students earn NSF research fellowships

May 13, 2014

The fellowship, which is part of a federally sponsored program, provides up to three years of graduate study support for students pursing doctoral or research-based master’s degrees.

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‘Levels 2 Success’ a guide to college for young, minority males

‘Levels 2 Success’ a guide to college for young, minority males

April 17, 2014

Nearly 40 minority male high school students from the Rochester City School District will participate in the symposium, organized by the Minority Male Leadership Association.

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Gift innovates support of Rochester fundraising

Gift innovates support of Rochester fundraising

April 10, 2014

Trustee Laurence “Larry” H. Bloch ’75 and his wife, Cindy, have funded the position of chief fundraising officer, and established the Larry and Cindy Bloch Endowment for University Advancement.

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Video gamers’ aggression linked to frustration, not violent content

Video gamers’ aggression linked to frustration, not violent content

April 7, 2014

The disturbing imagery of videos games are often accused of fostering feelings of aggression in players. But a new study shows hostile behavior is linked to gamers’ experiences of failure and frustration during play—not to a game’s violent content.

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Creating safe campuses focus of sexual assault conference

Creating safe campuses focus of sexual assault conference

March 31, 2014

A series of lectures and workshops will examine how to prevent and respond to gender violence on college campuses during the Sexual Assault Awareness Conference.

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Bollinger to deliver keynote at 5th annual diversity conference

Bollinger to deliver keynote at 5th annual diversity conference

March 26, 2014

The keynote address will be given by Lee Bollinger, president of Columbia University. Following the address, 18 workshops will focus on race in our community, power and empowerment, and redefining diversity.

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Students present their ‘wicked smaht’ research

Students present their ‘wicked smaht’ research

March 25, 2014

This semester, Yanhan Ren ’14, Sarah Joseph ’14, Nirlipta Panda ’14, and Harris Weber 1’5 traveled to Boston to attend the National Collegiate Research Conference at Harvard to share their research on molecular genetics, neuroscience, and cell biology.

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