Medical devices, a small wind turbine, a motion-sensing robot, and even a re-designed lava lamp. These are some of the engineering solutions on display at the Hajim School Design Day on Friday, May 2.
This summer Rochester students John Dawson ’13/T5’14 and Katherine Wegman ’15, will spend two months in Cape Town, South Africa, building a new community center for residents of Egoli, a squatter community on the outskirts of Cape Town.
Computer programming is often a solitary endeavor. But humans are inherently social creatures. So how do you engage a group of programmers in a way that’s fun and productive? Answer: RocHack.
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.
Freshmen Eleni Wechsler and David Strandberg both pitched no-hitters on Sunday. Wechsler’s outing extended the softball team’s winning streak to eight in a row, and Strandberg’s was the first no-hitter in University of Rochester baseball history.
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.
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.