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Five current and former Optics students have won a $10,000 prize for their portable eye examining device.
Nine undergraduate students, Kristin Abramo ’15, Kevin Allan ’14, Alexandra Born ’15, Sarah Koniski ’14, Louis Papa ’14, Robert Rietmeijer ’15, Jamie Strampe ’15, Zhongwu Shi ’15, and Qianli Sun ’15, spent up to three months this summer throughout Germany with the DAAD-RISE program.
Two groups of Rochester students were among the 30 design teams from 18 institutions that showed off creations at the Intel Cornell Cup in May
Annual festival brought art and science students together for an afternoon of friendly competition
Team “Hacklemore” recently took 7th place at the CS Games at the Université Laval in Quebec City
Out of the more than 4,500 full-time undergrads at Rochester, exactly three are pursuing a major in geomechanics. Just who are these brave few?
The University of Rochester has partnered with nine peer institutions to establish a consortium to explore a new, for-credit, online course program called Semester Online.
New chemical oceanography course aims to provide the tangible, real-life applications of chemistry, geology, and biology