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A Year in Review

A Report on the Events of the Year

The Sesquicentennial gives us special reason to reflect on what the University has accomplished since its founding 150 years ago.

Our latest accomplishments--those of the 1999-2000 year--provide a fitting addition to that impressive record.

As in past generations, the individuals--teachers, researchers, performers, and clinicians--who make our University great continue to be leaders in making the future brighter for all of us. Rochester is a place where imaginative, ground-breaking work is the standard.

I hope you share my pride in our University as you review this sample of highlights from the past year.

Thomas H. Jackson
President


Rochester: 150 Years and Counting


Mentors


Student Honors


Student-to-Student Teaching Program Wins National Recognition


Introducing the Sproull Dean


First Riker Prize for Political Science Awarded


The Engineering of a New Department


Goldilocks and the Bowl of Tofu


Schlegel Hall Gets New Wing


Named Chairs


Anthony Center Sets New Sights


Renovated Gym Sets Hearts Racing


Monumental Parrish Exhibition Smashes MAG Records


Rochester Scholars: The Next Generation


Warner School Partnership Emphasizes Inclusion


Simon Logs on with E-Commerce Program


New Library for Contemporary Writing Opens


Graduate Student Awards


Physics Standout


University Wins Patent for Top-Selling Drugs


Faculty Honors


Applications Top 10,000 for First Time


Using Your Head: Researchers Demonstrate Power of Brain Waves


Partnership Focuses on Vision Excellence


Now Showing: Photo Archive at Sibley Library


Poets Gather in DC to Read, Reflect


Music Teachers Share Insights at First Texaco-Eastman Institute


Study Shows Visits by Nurses Help Young Families Adjust, Thrive


First Editions


Science: Not Just Elementary, It's Pre-School


Nursing School Adopts New Strategy


'Blue Noise' Is Music to Hewlett-Packard


Goergen Awards


Eastman Underscores Chamber Music's Importance


Issues of Death and Dying Added to Medical Student Curriculum


Eastman Medal Inaugurated at Commencement 2000


International Theatre Program Stages Epic Production of Iliad


Scientists' Work Named Best of Year by Optical Society


Worth Noting


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