In Today’s Issue
- Study: Visual Test Can Predict IQ
- Talk: Droplet Digital PCR
- University Mourns the Loss of Susan Gillespie
- Latest Issue of The Clarion Available
- Flag Lowered Monday for Memorial Day
- Organ Donation Highlights Benefit for Harbor House
- @Rochester Returns Tuesday
News and Announcements
Study: Visual Test Can Predict IQ
A study by University scientists shows that individuals whose brains are better at automatically suppressing background motion perform better on standard measures of intelligence. Read more...
Talk: Droplet Digital PCR
Kim Petro, a genomics development specialist with Bio-Rad
Laboratories, will discuss Droplet Digital PCR from 10 to 11 a.m.
Friday, May 31, in the K207 conference room (2-6408) at the Medical
Center. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Hosted by the University’s Genomics Research Center.
University Mourns the Loss of Susan Gillespie
University flags will be lowered to
half-staff Thursday, May 30, in memory of Susan Gillespie, a nurse at
the Sawgrass Surgery Center, who died May 18. Gillespie, a resident of
Fairport, joined the University in 2005. Her obituary appeared in the Democrat and Chronicle.
Latest Issue of The Clarion Available
The spring and summer 2013 issue of The Clarion, a newsletter from the Gwen M. Greene Career and Internship Center, features preliminary senior survey results for the Class of 2013.
Flag Lowered Monday for Memorial Day
Flags at the University will be flown at half-staff from sunrise to
noon Monday, in accordance with United States Flag Code.
Organ Donation Highlights Benefit for Harbor House
@Rochester Returns Tuesday
The importance of organ donation will be highlighted during the Harbor House benefit dinner, “And the Beat Goes On…,” Saturday, June 15, at the Doubletree Inn in Henrietta. Read more...
In observance of Memorial Day, @Rochester will not be published Monday. Look for it in your inbox Tuesday, May 28.
May 24, 2013
Today’s Event Highlight
Alice IN the Looking Glass: Illustrations and Artists' Books—1865 to 2012
Showers, High 58°
Partly Cloudy, High 62°
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, Rush Rhees Library. Read more...
Rochester in the News
Democrat and Chronicle (May 23)
MAG’s Sculpture Park Brings the Art Outside the Walls
Drive by the Memorial Art Gallery on University Avenue in Rochester and you’ll see a giant outdoor living room of sorts. “We have long known the treasures inside the art gallery are encyclopedic and significant. What this park does is take the beauty as well as the significance of the art to the outside and make a public community celebration of art,” said Grant Holcomb, director of the museum.
WXXI (May 24)
1370 Connection: John Tarduno and Maude Barlow
John Tarduno, professor of geophysics, talks about his lecture on “Crocodiles at the Poles: Viewing the Past and Future Ice-Free Arctic” at the Rochester Museum and Science Center.
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