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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Restorative circles pioneer Dominic Barter returns to Rochester this week to share how social justice techniques can be used in the city’s schools, courts, and communities.
A second center will build on the success of the existing center at East High School.
Recipients of the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships are chosen through a competitive process from a national pool of applicants.
EVENT: The National Hispanic Institute’s Lorenzo de Zavala (LDZ) Youth Legislative Session brings more than 130 high school students from around the world to the University of Rochester for a week-long program that engages them in the legislative process. The program culminates with a final Supreme Court trial, where the two teams of students will debate […]
WHAT: From the emergency room to the operating table, high school juniors and seniors enrolled in the Mini Medical School program at the University of Rochester will get a dose of what life is like for a medical school student. During this rigorous three-week program, students will tour labs, participate in hands-on workshops and activities, and […]
Public relations professionals at the University of Rochester were recognized during the 2012 Rochester Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America PRism Awards held on Thursday, June 21. The PRism Awards celebrate excellence in the field of public relations and communications and the communications staff was awarded for their promotion of the research, innovations, […]
The CollegeBound Initiative, a program of the Young Women’s Leadership Network, has recognized the University of Rochester as a collegiate partner. Joel Seligman, president of the University, accepted the award during the organization’s second annual CBI Celebration in New York City last month. Rochester was honored alongside Cornell University and Gettysburg College for their commitment to […]
This year, five students from the University of Rochester were awarded fellowships to study or conduct research abroad.
Daniel Cohn, a recent graduate of the University of Rochester, has been selected for the Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellowship Program. He is the first Rochester student to participate in this program and is among the 16 recipients selected from a national pool. Cohn, who earned a bachelor of arts degree in health, behavior, and […]