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Clinical trial to test hydroxychloroquine in COVID-19 patients

Clinical trial to test hydroxychloroquine in COVID-19 patients

June 2, 2020

The Medical Center is one of only a few dozen sites selected to take part in two national clinical trials to evaluate whether hydroxychloroquine can keep COVID-19 patients alive and out of the hospital.

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Still serving students—and missing the ones who are gone

Still serving students—and missing the ones who are gone

May 1, 2020

Dining Services has adjusted its services and options to accommodate the approximately 750 students who remain in the residence halls on the River Campus during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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President Sarah Mangelsdorf elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

President Sarah Mangelsdorf elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

April 28, 2020

President Sarah Mangelsdorf has been elected to one of the nation’s most highly regarded academic organizations, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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What to stream: Add some Rochester to your queue

What to stream: Add some Rochester to your queue

April 16, 2020

You’ll find University of Rochester connections in some of your favorite movies, musicals, and television series, all ready for binge watching.

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Federal stimulus package highlights health care and higher education

Federal stimulus package highlights health care and higher education

April 4, 2020

The University of Rochester will receive important support from the $2 trillion recovery package designed to help the country fight coronavirus.

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University leaders emphasize value of international academic community

University leaders emphasize value of international academic community

June 21, 2019

A message from Richard Feldman, University president; Rob Clark, provost and senior vice president for research; and Jane Gatewood, vice provost for global engagement: Geopolitical tensions have increased the level of stress for many within our community, but we want to emphasize that the world of academic research and learning is enriched by multiple voices, […]

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Paul Burgett, University dean, vice president, and ambassador, remembered

Paul Burgett, University dean, vice president, and ambassador, remembered

August 23, 2018

“No person in the worldwide University of Rochester community is more beloved than Paul Burgett. No brief statement—actually, not even a lengthy obituary—could capture the full extent of Paul’s profound contributions to this university,” says President Richard Feldman in his tribute to Paul Burgett ’68E, ’76E (PhD), who died on Wednesday, Aug. 22. A musician, scholar, teacher, and University leader for more than half a century, Burgett is being affectionately remembered for his longstanding commitment to the University community, the city of Rochester and beyond.

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Meliora Weekend 2017

Meliora Weekend 2017

October 14, 2017

Thousands of alumni, community members, and friends of the University returned to Rochester the weekend of October 12-14 to celebrate the annual Meliora Weekend traditions of reunions, thought-provoking conversations, and family fun. Keynote speakers included Robin Roberts, Peggy Noonan, and Jeffrey Toobin, and headline entertainers included comedian Mike Birbiglia and jazz great Chick Corea.

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Robert McCrory Retires from LLE: ‘End of an Era’

Robert McCrory Retires from LLE: ‘End of an Era’

September 28, 2017

Professor Robert L. McCrory, a physicist and scientific leader who has shepherded the University of Rochester’s Laboratory for Laser Energetics to international prominence during the past 35 years, will retire from the directorship on October 1.

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Ang Lee to keynote Light and Sound Interactive

Ang Lee to keynote Light and Sound Interactive

August 29, 2017

The two-time Oscar winner forLife of Pi and Brokeback Mountain will show clips from his films and discuss the challenges of shooting in a groundbreaking 3D, 24-frames-per-second format.

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