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Peter Iglinski

Communications Officer and Media Relations Specialist

Peter Iglinski


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The Arts
December 12, 2023 | 08:42 am

Provoking and coping through light verse

Rochester English instructor ‘explores the lighter side of dark times’ with her latest collection of poems.

topics: Department of English, featured-post-side, literature, Melissa Balmain, School of Arts and Sciences,
University News
September 21, 2023 | 01:43 pm

Department of Black Studies welcomes new faculty

Jordan Ealey and Philip V. McHarris bring their scholarly expertise in Black creativity and Black geographies to Rochester.

topics: Department of Black Studies, featured-post-side, Jordan Ealey, Philip McHarris, School of Arts and Sciences,
Society & Culture
September 14, 2023 | 02:52 pm

The Brazilian miracle that wasn’t

In his new book, anthropologist Daniel Reichman finds a competing narrative of progress that reveals a tension at the heart of contemporary Brazil.

topics: Daniel Reichman, Department of Anthropology, featured-post, research, School of Arts and Sciences,
Society & Culture
August 11, 2023 | 11:28 am

Do the benefits of school choice miss the grade?

A Rochester economist shares insights everyone should know about such school choice policies, whether or not you’re currently the parent or guardian of school-age children.

topics: Department of Economics, featured-post-side, John Singleton, School of Arts and Sciences,
Campus Life
May 22, 2023 | 10:05 am

Yellowjackets welcome certification as a Bee Campus USA

The national designation from the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation is the result of a two-year, student-led effort.

topics: Class of 2023, Department of Biology, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, featured-post-side, School of Arts and Sciences, sustainability,
Science & Technology
April 19, 2023 | 05:10 pm

Better breast cancer diagnosis through machine-learning ultrasound

Early results in a study by faculty at the Medical Center and the Hajim School show 98 percent accuracy in predicting malignant tissue.

topics: Avice O’Connell, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Kevin Parker, Medical Center, research finding,
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