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Summer-Fall 2001
Vol. 64, No. 1



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Engineering for the 21st Century
by Scott Hauser

Students in biomedical engineering - one of Rochester's fastest growing majors - put their technical and scientific skills to the test by designing new medical and rehabilitative devices.

'ACT'-ing to Ease the Pain of Divorce on Children
by Christine L. Ridarsky

JoAnne Pedro-Caroll, associate professor of clinical and social sciences in psychology, continues a Rochester-pioneered approach to mental health care by helping children cope with the emotional toll of a family breakup.

Leading Jazz to a Big Band Future
by Mark Liu '87

Hailed by some critics as "the next wave in jazz," Maria Schneider '85E (MM) knows all about taking artistic leaps.

2000-2001 A Year in Review

The academic year that was. A milestone Sesquicentennial celebration (and the launching of a new annual tradition), new discoveries in genetics, laser-based fusion, and molecular science, as well as new additions to Rochester's collection of Douglass correspondence and Egyptian history - Rochester Review surveys some of the events of the past year.



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