In Today's Issue
- Rochester Grad Recipient of Rotary Global Grant Scholarship
- Participate in the Puerto Rican Parade Aug. 2
- Eastman Students Perform at 'Sustainable Sounds'
- Music and Food Festival Celebrates a Decade for Kids
- Intercampus Drive Lot Closed This Weekend
News and Announcements
Rochester Grad Recipient of Rotary Global Grant Scholarship Participate in the Puerto Rican Parade Aug. 2
Jordan Shapiro '14 will use the grant to pursue a master’s degree at Aberystwyth University in Wales. Read more...
The Latino Professional Alliance will walk in the Puerto Rican Parade in downtown Rochester at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 2. All faculty and staff interested in participating must email URLPA@rochester.edu by noon tomorrow.
Eastman Students Perform at 'Sustainable Sounds'
Members from the international ensemble Fiati 5 and graduate students from the Eastman School will play a pastoral-themed concert, curated to complement the outdoor farm space on Sunday, Aug. 17. Learn details and buy tickets here.
Music and Food Festival Celebrates a Decade for Kids
All proceeds of the 10th annual Fairport Music and Food Festival will benefit Golisano Children’s Hospital. The festival kicks off at 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 22, at Lift Bridge Lane. Find a schedule and other information here.
Intercampus Drive Lot Closed This Weekend
Intercampus Lot will be closed for repairs from 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1, until late Sunday, Aug. 3. Alternate parking is available in any other River Campus lot, with the exception of reserved spaces.
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?? Businessweek (July 30) Who Wants to Go to Business School in the Sticks? Simon School Dean Andrew Ainslie plans to increase the size of Simon’s New York City offices so students can visit more employers.
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