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Arts integration in the classroom: Can it deepen students’ understanding?

Arts integration in the classroom: Can it deepen students’ understanding?

August 2, 2022

A partnership between City of Rochester schools and the Memorial Art Gallery leads to innovation in arts education and furthers the museum’s mission to serve the Greater Rochester community.

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Board elects five members, honors six life trustees

Board elects five members, honors six life trustees

May 24, 2022

At an in-person May meeting, the University of Rochester Board of Trustees elected five individuals as board members, and recognized six individuals on becoming life trustees.

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‘Beyond blue lights’: Navigating trauma and triggers on college campuses

‘Beyond blue lights’: Navigating trauma and triggers on college campuses

March 1, 2022

A Rochester expert sheds light on the underrecognized challenges faced by college students recovering from trauma, and answers questions on the real meaning of trigger warnings.

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Addressing climate change skepticism in rural classrooms

Addressing climate change skepticism in rural classrooms

February 7, 2022

Scientific evidence alone isn’t enough to reach some students in conservative rural regions. Rochester researchers share what else teachers can do to counter climate change resistance.

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University of Rochester plans in-person, institution-wide commencement ceremony

University of Rochester plans in-person, institution-wide commencement ceremony

January 18, 2022

A new ceremony on May 13 will kick off a weekend of events to celebrate the academic achievements of all members of the Class of 2022.

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New York State extends University’s partnership with East High through 2025

New York State extends University’s partnership with East High through 2025

November 15, 2021

The unique university-school partnership, managed through the Warner School of Education, will continue to build on the successes that have transformed the school’s culture and its students’ educational outcomes.

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K–12 leadership churn linked with decreased sharing of research across school districts

K–12 leadership churn linked with decreased sharing of research across school districts

November 12, 2021

The greatest negative impact occurs in lower-performing schools working to improve outcomes for youth, according to Warner School professor Kara Finnigan and her coauthor.

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National Science Foundation award supports justice-centered science teaching

National Science Foundation award supports justice-centered science teaching

July 26, 2021

Warner School educators are working with science teachers to confront the devastation and mistrust for science experienced by communities, especially those of color, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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2021 honorary degrees, medals, and teaching awards announced

2021 honorary degrees, medals, and teaching awards announced

May 12, 2021

Distinguished leaders, educators, and humanitarians will be honored during this spring’s commencement ceremonies.

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Commencement 2021: Planning pomp and circumstance during a pandemic

Commencement 2021: Planning pomp and circumstance during a pandemic

May 11, 2021

Amid ever-changing COVID-19 guidelines, University staff have worked tirelessly to organize a safe and meaningful hybrid commencement for the Class of 2021.

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