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Sara Miller

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

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Arbor Day Foundation crowns University as a Tree Campus

Arbor Day Foundation crowns University as a Tree Campus

April 25, 2018

The arboretum and grounds include more than 1,400 trees of 117 different species. David Nelson, manager of Horticulture & Grounds, shares the ins and outs of caring for the University’s urban forest.

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Congress’ spending bill funds the agencies, programs important to the University

Congress’ spending bill funds the agencies, programs important to the University

March 25, 2018

In this final spending bill, Congress rejected many of the cuts and program eliminations proposed by the Administration in its FY18 budget request and instead provided increases to federal investments in scientific research, education, student aid, and healthcare programs.

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Sandra Cannon to become University’s first chief data officer

Sandra Cannon to become University’s first chief data officer

March 21, 2018

Cannon will collaborate with IT leaders and , data officers for initiatives in eight key data domains—finance, human resources, student, research, faculty, clinical, facilities, and alumni & advancement. Her appointment begins July 1.

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Donald Hall selected as Robert L. and Mary L. Sproull Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Sciences & Engineering

Donald Hall selected as Robert L. and Mary L. Sproull Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Sciences & Engineering

March 19, 2018

As dean of the faculty of AS&E, Hall will be responsible for academic, administrative, and financial aspects of School of Arts & Sciences, the Hajim School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, and the undergraduate College. Interim Dean of Faculty Richard Waugh will rejoin the Office of the Provost as vice provost for research.

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Remembering Louise Slaughter, 1929–2018

Remembering Louise Slaughter, 1929–2018

March 16, 2018

“She was a giant among her peers in the House, a trailblazer and a tireless advocate for science, healthcare, research, education, arts and the humanities, economic development, and equal rights,” said President Rich Feldman.  

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Mattel CEO Margo Georgiadis to deliver 2018 College Commencement Address

Mattel CEO Margo Georgiadis to deliver 2018 College Commencement Address

March 7, 2018

Margaret (Margo) Georgiadis, now with Mattel Inc. and formerly with Google, is a recognized thought leader on technology, innovation, and leadership.

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Clothesline Project helps to tell stories of sexual assault, abuse

Clothesline Project helps to tell stories of sexual assault, abuse

March 5, 2018

As part Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April, members of the University community are participate in the national Clothesline Project, designing t-shirts to create a visual display of the real impacts of sexual assault.

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Winter storm warning for Rochester

March 2, 2018

Due to the winter storm, the University’s River Campus and Eastman School of Music campus will delay opening today until 10 am. 

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World rankings highlight University’s global place

World rankings highlight University’s global place

February 28, 2018

The 2018 Times Higher Education World University Rankings list the University of Rochester at number 51 among U.S. universities—public or private—and number 153 among more than 1,100 researcher universities worldwide.

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University announces tuition, financial aid increases for 2018-19

University announces tuition, financial aid increases for 2018-19

February 25, 2018

Tuition for University of Rochester undergraduates in the College will increase by 3.7 percent to $52,974 for the 2018-19 academic year, and financial aid will rise 5.7 percent over the current year to $137 million. Room and board will increase 3.5 percent to $15,862. Tuition for the Eastman School of Music will also increase by 3.7 percent to $53,340.

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