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Sara Miller

Sara Miller serves as public information coordinator/spokesperson for the University.

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Message from the University of Rochester Board of Trustees

Message from the University of Rochester Board of Trustees

September 19, 2017

The Board of Trustees has appointed a Special Committee to oversee an independent, comprehensive investigation into all matters involving the EEOC Complaint. 

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Governor Cuomo announces support for University-led data science consortium

Governor Cuomo announces support for University-led data science consortium

September 14, 2017

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo yesterday announced $20 million in state support for the creation of a Rochester Data Science Consortium at the University of Rochester. With Harris Corporation as the consortium’s first partner, the University-led project will create up to 184 new direct jobs and is expected to leverage more than $285 million in federal research funds and private investment.

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President Seligman announces independent review of harassment policy

September 14, 2017

President and CEO Joel Seligman has outlined several steps the University will take to review the institution’s policies on sexual harassment and misconduct and to address claims of retaliation when complaints are made against the University. Seligman made the announcement on Tuesday, September 12, as part of a public Town Hall meeting attended by more than 500 students, faculty, and other members of the University community.

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University statement on EEOC matter

September 9, 2017

University’s statement on Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) complaint, which media organizations have recently reported on.

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Never forget: Remembering September 11

Never forget: Remembering September 11

September 8, 2017

Among the nearly 3,000 people who died during the attacks on 9/11 were six Rochester alumni—three who had just settled in to their offices in the World Trade Center; two who were flying aboard United Flight 93 when it crashed in rural Pennsylvania; and one who rushed to help survivors escaping the crumbling towers.

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University offers gender-inclusive housing option for upper-class students

University offers gender-inclusive housing option for upper-class students

August 23, 2017

Upper-class students can now choose to live in a double room with someone of a different gender or gender expression. The new policy is aimed at fostering a residential experience that is welcoming and supportive of all gender identities.

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Home Ownership Incentive Program extends to three new neighborhoods

Home Ownership Incentive Program extends to three new neighborhoods

August 2, 2017

Since the program’s founding almost a decade ago, more than $1 million in financial incentives have helped University faculty and staff achieve the dream of home ownership in Rochester.

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Light and Sound Interactive conference and expo debuts September 12-14

Light and Sound Interactive conference and expo debuts September 12-14

July 28, 2017

The University is among the major sponsors of the event, highlighting innovations in augmented and virtual reality, interactive media and games, film, audio and music, imaging, displays, health care, optics, and photonics.

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Surviving a stroke propels career in brain research

Surviving a stroke propels career in brain research

July 26, 2017

In July 2005, as a high school senior, Frank Garcea suffered what could have been a deadly stroke during soccer practice. Today, after receiving his doctorate at Rochester, he researches how the brain recovers from injury.

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University statement regarding ESPN story on student abductions

June 29, 2017

The events of December 2015 were truly heinous and we are horrified that our students had to endure them. We continue to wish them the best. However, in the current ESPN story, facts represented, characterizations made and conclusions drawn about the University’s practices and responses are inaccurate. The University cooperated with ESPN reporters and producers […]

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