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Expect another year of supply chain problems

Expect another year of supply chain problems

June 27, 2022

Rochester economist George Alessandria explains what is causing the shortages—and why government intervention would be counterproductive.

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Sensory processing—in a virtual Kodak Hall

Sensory processing—in a virtual Kodak Hall

June 21, 2022

A multidisciplinary team from Arts, Sciences & Engineering and River Campus Libraries builds a virtual reality replica of Kodak Hall to be used in studies of how the brain processes light and sound.

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Performance under pressure at NASA’s Lunabotics competition

Performance under pressure at NASA’s Lunabotics competition

June 17, 2022

Rochester undergraduate students banded together to overcome multiple crises while fielding their robot on a simulated lunar surface at Kennedy Space Center.

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University community comes together to celebrate Class of 2022 as one

University community comes together to celebrate Class of 2022 as one

May 14, 2022

On May 13, the University of Rochester conferred academic degrees to more than 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students as thousands of supporters cheered them on in Fauver Stadium and online. The first institution-wide commencement ceremony in nearly three decades honored the accomplishments of the entire graduating class, as well as of several award and honorary degree recipients.

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Novelist Joanna Scott returns to short stories in <em>Excuse Me While I Disappear</em>

Novelist Joanna Scott returns to short stories in Excuse Me While I Disappear

December 9, 2021

The acclaimed writer and University of Rochester English professor explores the theme of ‘lost stories.’

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Rochester students’ award-winning device instantly detects sepsis via sweat

Rochester students’ award-winning device instantly detects sepsis via sweat

December 1, 2021

Rochester undergraduates have developed a fast, noninvasive, affordable, and eco-friendly way to diagnose the life-threatening medical complication.

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Beth Greenwood ’22 in a league of her own

Beth Greenwood ’22 in a league of her own

November 30, 2021

The mechanical engineering major continues to break boundaries for women in baseball. She’s played for Rochester’s varsity team, trains with the US national women’s squad, and will appear in an upcoming TV show on Amazon Prime.

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Jason Middleton: Looking at film with a critical eye

Jason Middleton: Looking at film with a critical eye

October 26, 2021

The associate professor of English and visual and cultural studies lived all over the globe growing up, and developed a love of film at an early age.

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Elaine Sia: Teaching the ‘how’ as well as the ‘what’ in science

Elaine Sia: Teaching the ‘how’ as well as the ‘what’ in science

October 26, 2021

The biology professor has taught nearly 4,000 undergraduates since joining the University in 2000, including students in the 100-level Genetics, the first demanding course in that major.

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Will Bridges: Innovation and student involvement as teaching tools

Will Bridges: Innovation and student involvement as teaching tools

October 26, 2021

A fourth-generation teacher with a passion for post-World War II Japanese literature, the associate professor is always searching for innovative ways to reach his students.

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