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News Releases for 2003

New Edition Restores the Personal and Opinionated Detail in Adams's Letters
(December 30, 2003)
EVENT: Christopher Edley, Jr., Civil Rights Legal Scholar, to Talk at University
New UC Berkeley Law School Dean will present Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Address
(December 29, 2003)
Event for School Counselors Offers Renewal, Ideas, Networking
(December 19, 2003)
University of Rochester a National Winner in Kauffman Foundation 'Campus Initiatives' Program
(December 15, 2003)
Invention Earnings Show University of Rochester Sixth in Nation According to Association of University Technology Managers
(December 11, 2003)
Department of Biomedical Engineering Awarded Another $3 Million
(December 9, 2003)
EVENT: Panel discussion on the dangers of lead poisoning in Rochester
(December 4, 2003)
Hewett Book Prize, Fulbright Award Given to Randall Stone
(December 1, 2003)
EVENT: Holidays are Focus of December's 'Wilson Commons Wednesday'
(December 1, 2003)
EVENT: Program Commemorates Missionaries Martyred in El Salvador
(November 26, 2003)
Political Scientist at Rochester on Team to Study Voting Systems
(November 25, 2003)
Physicist Receives Highest Award in Particle Research
(November 24, 2003)
EVENT: Art Project Marks AIDS Day on University of Rochester Campus
(November 24, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra Concert
(November 21, 2003)
River Campus Libraries Awarded Grant to Develop More E-Access
(November 21, 2003)
New Evidence that Earth's Greatest Extinction Caused by Ancient Meteorite or Comet
(November 20, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture and slide presentation by noted Italian sculptor Franca Ghitti
(November 20, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra concert featuring pianist Zora
(November 19, 2003)
EVENT: Fairchild's Rochester Preserves Landscape Now Hidden from View
(November 19, 2003)
Two Scientists Named Best Inventors of 2003 by 'R&D Magazine'
(November 17, 2003)
'Wilson Commons Wednesdays' Celebrations Continue in November
(November 14, 2003)
EVENT: "Unveiling Myth and Reality," dance performance and lecture exploring Middle Eastern and contemporary modern dance
(November 14, 2003)
Rochester Physicist Named New York State Professor of the Year
(November 13, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Wind Symphony and University Choir performance
(November 12, 2003)
University Students Tutor Children at First Rochester Jumpstart Site
(November 12, 2003)
EVENT: 'An Evening with Maya Angelou' Rescheduled Dec. 2
(November 11, 2003)
EVENT: Film screening of Waiting for Happiness (Heremakono, 2002) directed by Abderrahmane Sissako
(November 11, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Jazz Ensemble Concert
(November 10, 2003)
EVENT: Attracting More Women to Computer Science is Lecture Topic
(November 10, 2003)
EVENT: Classic Tragedy of Condemned Love Presented on Rochester Stage
(November 7, 2003)
EVENT: Delta Gamma's annual Anchor Splash fund-raising event
(November 7, 2003)
EVENT: Talk on "Religion, Education and Contemporary Russian Society" by Marianna Shakhnovich of St. Petersburg State University
(November 6, 2003)
EVENT: Reading by writer Lydia Davis as part of the Plutzik Reading Series
(November 5, 2003)
Rochester Philharmonic Offers Discounted Tickets to Students
(November 5, 2003)
EVENT: Panel Discusses Affirmative Action in Wake of Supreme Court Decision
(November 3, 2003)
EVENT: "Dance This Way," annual fall show by Ballet Performance Group
(November 3, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Singers Concert, "My Beloved is Mine:"
(October 31, 2003)
EVENT: "Megaliths," exhibition of photographs by James M. Via
(October 31, 2003)
EVENT: "Who Knew?", an exhibition of student projects
(October 30, 2003)
EVENT: Dinner Talk is More Than Conversation; It's About Learning Culture
(October 29, 2003)
University Community Commemorates Pilot's Actions in Crash Last Fall
(October 29, 2003)
EVENT: Recital by internationally renowned pianist Zora Mihailovich
(October 29, 2003)
EVENT: Concert by University of Rochester Chamber Ensembles
(October 29, 2003)
EVENT: South Asian Expo
(October 29, 2003)
EVENT: "Dude, Where's My Remote?", concert by coed a cappella group After Hours
(October 28, 2003)
EVENT: Midnight Ramblers Fall Concert
(October 27, 2003)
The Warner School Marks 10 Years with New Name, Sharper Vision
(October 24, 2003)
Western New York Universities Collaborate to License Technologies
(October 24, 2003)
EVENT: Performance by comic monologue/dance artist Claire Porter
(October 23, 2003)
EVENT: Annual Classics Reading Event Spotlights Medieval Italy
(October 23, 2003)
EVENT: " . . . And All That Jazz," Off Broadway On Campus Fall Revue
(October 23, 2003)
EVENT: Five Award-Winning Films Set for 2003 Polish Film Festival
(October 22, 2003)
EVENT: University Experts Take Tea, Talk on Favorite Subjects
(October 22, 2003)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture on how people interpret risks by David Ropeik of the Harvard Center for Risk Analysis
(October 22, 2003)
EVENT: Neilly Series reading by Toronto writer Ann-Marie MacDonald from her new novel, The Way the Crow Flies
(October 22, 2003)
Meliora Press: A New Imprint of University of Rochester Press
(October 21, 2003)
EVENT: Discussion with co-authors of a new book on Polish contributions to Allied victories during World War II
(October 20, 2003)
EVENT: Speaker Series Examines Topics of 'Home and Exile'
(October 17, 2003)
EVENT: Waltzing Away the Night Benefits University's Music Ensembles
(October 17, 2003)
EVENT: Reading by poet Sally Keith as part of the Plutzik Reading Series
(October 17, 2003)
University of Rochester, Zogby International Release Global Poll on Religious Beliefs, Practices, and Priorities
(October 16, 2003)
EVENT: Author of Book on Sam Patch Will Give Local Lecture
(October 14, 2003)
EVENT: Gilbert Memorial Lecture on "Missionaries and Scientists in Economic Development" by economist William Easterly of New York University
(October 14, 2003)
EVENT: Western New York Intercollegiate Choir Festival
(October 14, 2003)
Peace Activists Persevere for Coexistence between Israelis, Palestinians
(October 13, 2003)
EVENT: UR a Drag Show
(October 13, 2003)
EVENT: Players, Volunteer Officials Needed for Campus College Bowl Tourney
(October 10, 2003)
EVENT: Work in Progress Seminar on "The Language of Liberation: Frederick Douglass and the Hispanic Caribbean," a presentation by Raúl Rodríguez-Hernández of the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
(October 10, 2003)
EVENT: Wilson Commons Wednesdays' Celebrations Continue in October
(October 10, 2003)
EVENT: Luncheon seminar on contemporary Poland with Professors Celia Applegate and Lynn Gordon
(October 9, 2003)
Marshall D. Gates Chemistry Chair Honors Pioneer
(October 9, 2003)
Preservation Grants Secure Future for Precious Library Holdings
(October 7, 2003)
EVENT: Exhibition of recent large-scale photographs by abstract artist and art historian Carl Chiarenza
(October 7, 2003)
EVENT: Work in Progress Seminar on "Black Autoworkers and the Rise of Racial Liberalism in Detroit, 1941-1973" by David Lewis-Colman, postdoctoral fellow at the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies at the University of Rochester
(October 7, 2003)
Marshall D. Gates, Chemist to First Synthesize Morphine, Dies
(October 3, 2003)
EVENT: Reading by Heather McHugh as part of the Plutzik Reading Series
(October 1, 2003)
EVENT: Guests with Rochester Connections Chosen as Rush Rhees Speakers
(September 30, 2003)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture by Oscar Hijuelos, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, on how life events inspire a writer
(September 30, 2003)
Harris Selected as Woodrow Wilson Fellow for 2003-04 Year
(September 29, 2003)
EVENT: Theatre Program Production Shows 'The Triumph of Love'
(September 29, 2003)
Harris Selected as Woodrow Wilson Fellow for 2003-04 Year
(September 29, 2003)
New Program Gives Research Technology a Business Edge
(September 26, 2003)
EVENT: Rochester Hosts "An Evening with Maya Angelou"
(September 26, 2003)
Voters' Trust Not Tied to Campaign Finance Laws, Researchers Say
(September 25, 2003)
EVENT: Three Films Scheduled for African Video & Film Series This Fall
(September 25, 2003)
$5 Million Grant Awarded to Answer Biology's Biggest Secrets
(September 24, 2003)
Local Science Teacher Receives 'Inspirational Teaching' Award
(September 19, 2003)
EVENT: Talk on "Death at Sea: The McCraken Family and Their Losses Aboard the Steamship Arctic"
(September 19, 2003)
EVENT: Rochester premiere of the Spike Lee film Jim Brown: All American (2002)
(September 18, 2003)
EVENT: Live Acts Scheduled at the Common Ground Café
(September 17, 2003)
EVENT: Music Department Showcases Ensembles during Meliora Weekend
(September 15, 2003)
EVENT: New Series of Celebrations at Wilson Commons
(September 12, 2003)
EVENT: Acclaimed Poet, Rochester Native John Ashbery Gives Reading
(September 11, 2003)
EVENT: New Series Gets Students Out "Fashionably Late"
(September 11, 2003)
EVENT: Observances Scheduled to Remember Victims of Sept. 11, 2001
(September 10, 2003)
EVENT: Work in Progress Seminar with Victoria W. Wolcott of the Department of History and the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
(September 10, 2003)
EVENT: Olmsted in Rochester: A Rich Park Heritage Expands Under his Gaze Exhibit, Lecture, Walking Tour Connect Designer's Genius to Long-lasting Benefits
(September 8, 2003)
Tension Between Airline Safety, Security Exists in Post-Sept. 11 World
(September 8, 2003)
EVENT: "Between Childhood and Adulthood," an exhibit of oil paintings by Anna Killian
(September 8, 2003)
EVENT: Forum Examines How Women's Leadership is Changing Medicine
(September 5, 2003)
SIRTF UPDATE: Test Images Show University Gear Working Well
(September 5, 2003)
Nanotubes Surprise Again: Ideal Photon Emission
(September 5, 2003)
EVENT: Meliora Weekend Wraps Dozens of Events Around Innovation Theme
(September 4, 2003)
EVENT: Craig Owens Memorial Lecture by Leo Bersani on the 1999 film All About My Mother
(September 4, 2003)
EVENT: Sixth Annual Borrelli-Morelli Golf Classic, a benefit tournament for Mt. Hope Family Center
(September 4, 2003)
EVENT: Name the Discipline, Neilly Series Offers Memorable Writers, Thinkers
(September 3, 2003)
Evarts Given Permanent Appointment as Sr. Vice President/Medical Center CEO
(September 1, 2003)
Sue S. Stewart Named University Vice President, General Counsel
(September 1, 2003)
New Navigation Tool Offers A Virtual World for the Blind
(August 26, 2003)
EVENT: Concert by Guster
(August 26, 2003)
Kowalke Appointed Turner Professor at Rochester
(August 25, 2003)
UPDATE: SIRTF Launches Successfully, Begins Self-Checkup
(August 25, 2003)
EVENT: Network of Alumni Give Service in Nine Cities Across U.S.
(August 20, 2003)
Local Astronomers' Work to Launch Next Week, Says NASA
(August 19, 2003)
EVENT: Reading by writer Edie Meidav, recipient of the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize
(August 19, 2003)
Textbook Case of Tectonic Movement is Wrong, Says New Study
(August 18, 2003)
EVENT: Celtic rock band Enter the Haggis
(August 18, 2003)
EVENT: Book discussion about airline crashes, security at airports, and the public's fear of flying with David M. Primo, author and assistant professor of political science at the University of Rochester
(August 14, 2003)
$2.7 Million to Create High-Tech Brain Imaging Center
(August 13, 2003)
EVENT: ""Black and White and Shades of Gray,"" an installation by studio arts major Sara Missell
(August 13, 2003)
New Software Eliminates Boredom Between Sports Plays
(August 11, 2003)
EVENT: Willing Freshmen Volunteer Labor to Rochester's Helping Agencies
(August 9, 2003)
University Presents Goergen Awards to Faculty, Staff
(August 9, 2003)
Tynan Joins Microsoft Advisory Group
(August 6, 2003)
Rochester Olympian Will Appear at Anthony Legacy Race
(August 5, 2003)
EVENT: Community Musicians Invited to Audition for University Orchestra
(August 3, 2003)
EVENT: 31st annual Rochester Book Sale at the University of Rochester
(August 1, 2003)
EVENT: Convocation Celebrates the Beginning of New College Year
(August 1, 2003)
Closed Again? A Camp Gets Kids Investigating Charlotte Beach Woes
(August 1, 2003)
University Chemist Wins Prestigious Optical Society of America Award
(July 30, 2003)
Ultra-Secure Image Technology Licensed to mobileLexis
(July 30, 2003)
EVENT: "Women Social Educators as Teachers and Activists," a lecture for area teachers by Margaret Smith Crocco, associate professor at the Teachers College of Columbia University
(July 22, 2003)
EVENT: Registrations Open for Race Commemorating Suffragist's Work
(July 21, 2003)
Emotion Detector Soon to Scour the Internet for Music
(July 14, 2003)
EVENT: Exhibition of paintings by William Bond Walker
(July 9, 2003)
EVENT: Vendor Showcase Will Help with Planning for Upcoming Events
(July 8, 2003)
Professor Appointed to Association Board
(July 7, 2003)
Symptoms of Depression Signal Shorter Lives for People with Cancer
(July 7, 2003)
Smoke-Free Living: Student Campaign Results in Policy Change
(July 5, 2003)
Eminent Psychology Professor Vincent Nowlis Dies
(June 13, 2003)
Natural Selection's Fingerprint Identified on Fruit Fly Evolution
(June 12, 2003)
Brockport Writer Receives Fairchild Award
(June 10, 2003)
Mark Zupan Named Simon School Dean
(June 6, 2003)
Author's Debut Novel Wins Kafka Prize
(June 4, 2003)
Senior Trustee Graham Wood Smith Dies
(June 2, 2003)
Philosophy Department Awards Essay Prize
(May 30, 2003)
Kuno Ruben Gabriel, Pioneer of Statistics, Dies
(May 30, 2003)
EVENT: Advice on producing effective resumes from Burton Jay Nadler, Career Center director at the University of Rochester
(May 29, 2003)
Witmer Named Board of Trustees Chairman
(May 28, 2003)
Action-Based Video Games Enhance Visual Attention
(May 28, 2003)
EVENT: "Could You Live in a Total War?," an exhibit about the lives of American civilians on the homefront during World War II
(May 27, 2003)
Award-Winning Teachers Honored by Warner School
(May 22, 2003)
EVENT: Celebration of National Trails Day, including tours and a concert
(May 20, 2003)
EVENT: Annual Dinner of the Friends of the University of Rochester Libraries
(May 20, 2003)
Rochester Graduates Hear Words of Advice for Today's World
(May 18, 2003)
President Thomas H. Jackson's Statement on Resignation of Dr. Jay Stein
(May 16, 2003)
EVENT: Preschool to High School Educators Invited as 'Summer Scholars'
(May 16, 2003)
Two Chemists Receive Prestigious Sloan Fellowships
(May 16, 2003)
Warner School Programs Awarded CACREP Accreditation
(May 16, 2003)
EVENT: Book Donations Requested for Annual Sale to Benefit Libraries
(May 15, 2003)
EVENT: Teachers Recognized for Excellence by Warner School
(May 14, 2003)
University of Rochester Study Finds Quantity of Newspaper Coverage About Religion Grows, Accuracy of Content Misses Mark
(May 12, 2003)
Politicians at Home: The True Test of a House Member's Value
(May 9, 2003)
Local Student Earns Honors in National Classics Competition
(May 7, 2003)
ASL Program Cosponsors Tribute to Renowned Deaf Poet
(May 5, 2003)
University of Rochester Students Awarded National Scholarships
(May 2, 2003)
EVENT: Author John Williams Reads his Work, Opens Exhibit in his Honor
(May 2, 2003)
University, Students Cited for Development of Device for Disabled
(April 29, 2003)
Student Newspaper Wins Award from New York Press Association
(April 29, 2003)
EVENT: Commencement Ceremonies Set at University of Rochester
(April 24, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture by Harvard economist Oliver Hart on the theory of the firm and organizations
(April 23, 2003)
EVENT: "The Role of Religious Rhetoric in the 2000 Presidential Campaign, a talk by presidential rhetoric scholar Martin J. Medhurst
(April 21, 2003)
EVENT: Themes of Race, Political Representation Bring Scholars to Conference Organized by Center for the Study of African-American Politics
(April 18, 2003)
University of Rochester Student Wins Goldwater Scholarship
(April 17, 2003)
EVENT: #34;Celebration of Spring Concert" by the University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra and pianist Zora Mihailovich
(April 16, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra concert
(April 15, 2003)
EVENT: "SumericaBachBones," a multimedia performance of poetry, song, and image, incorporating the work of Iraqi dissident poets
(April 15, 2003)
EVENT: Concert by the University of Rochester Chamber Singers and the University Choir
(April 15, 2003)
University Student Named Fulbright Scholar
(April 15, 2003)
New 'DNA Chip' Rapidly Detects, Identifies Dangerous Pathogens
(April 14, 2003)
EVENT: Yellowjackets vocal group spring concert
(April 11, 2003)
EVENT: "When I Became Mortal: A Conversation with Mexican Writer Carmen Boullosa"
(April 11, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Student Wins Goldwater Scholarship
(April 10, 2003)
EVENT: Summer Institute to Focus on Catholic Education in the 21st Century
(April 10, 2003)
EVENT: Community Challenges Through the Eyes of University Students, Prominent Anthropologist
(April 10, 2003)
EVENT: Mini-Conference Examines Global Studies for Rochester
(April 9, 2003)
EVENT: Earth Day Celebration
(April 9, 2003)
EVENT: Speaker Examines Issues Surrounding Supreme Court Case
(April 9, 2003)
University of Rochester Student Wins Goldwater Scholarship
(April 9, 2003)
EVENT: "The New American Empire: Now Recruiting?" a lecture by University of Texas at Austin professor Antony Hopkins
(April 7, 2003)
EVENT: Tragedy of "Hamlet" Presented on University Stage Rochester High School Students Will Attend Specially Scheduled Performances
(April 7, 2003)
EVENT: Plutzik Series Features Poetry and Fiction Readings
(April 3, 2003)
EVENT: Radiance Dance Theater's Spring Show "Defiance"
(April 3, 2003)
University of Rochester Wind Symphony Concert
(April 2, 2003)
EVENT: Mela 2003 cultural show presented by the Association for the Development of Interest in the Indian Subcontinent (ADITI)
(April 2, 2003)
EVENT: Strong Jugglers' show, "The Games We Play"
(April 1, 2003)
Study Tracks Identity in New Russia
(April 1, 2003)
EVENT: Off Broadway on Campus Spring Revue, "One Singular Sensation"
(April 1, 2003)
Being Mindful Promotes Good Mental Health
(April 1, 2003)
EVENT: "The Best of the Old West: An Evening of ASL Storytelling with Sam Supalla"
(March 31, 2003)
Local Student Receives Science Research Scholarship
(March 31, 2003)
Ultra-Simple Desktop Device Slows Light to a Crawl
(March 31, 2003)
EVENT: "Controversy Clarifies," a lecture by Gerald Graff of the University of Illinois at Chicago
(March 31, 2003)
EVENT: "Rudolf von Laban and the Mystical Origins of German Modern Dance," lecture by dance scholar Marion Kant
(March 28, 2003)
Rochester Students Test Their Trial Skills at National Tourney
(March 27, 2003)
EVENT: 10th Annual Polish Youth Concert with youth art exhibition, part of the Skalny Lecture and Artist Series
(March 26, 2003)
EVENT: Screening and discussion of the documentary Shtetl with filmmaker Marian Marzynski
(March 26, 2003)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture by journalist Linda Greenhouse on the repercussions of recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings
(March 26, 2003)
Seminar on "Challenges for Faculty Retirement Decision-Making: Health, Finances and Professional Satisfaction"
(March 25, 2003)
EVENT: Concert by Vocal Point, all-female a cappella group
(March 24, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Jazz Ensemble spring concert
(March 24, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Singers Concert
(March 24, 2003)
Rochester Mayor is Honorary Inductee for Golden Key Society
(March 24, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture by Farid Laroussi on "French Representations of the Maghreb"
(March 21, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture by Cameroonian author Thérèse Kuoh-Moukoury on women in French-speaking areas of Africa
(March 21, 2003)
EVENT: Frederick Douglass, a Man with a Hold on Rochester, Attracts Scholars,Leaders for Events Examining His Life, Work
(March 21, 2003)
EVENT: University Faith Communities Plan Program for the Hungry
(March 20, 2003)
University of Rochester Sets Tuition Rates for 2003-04
(March 19, 2003)
Summer Science Programs Open to Local Students
(March 19, 2003)
History Graduate Student Awarded Lilly Fellowship
(March 19, 2003)
EVENT: EVENT: "Soñando Flamenco" ("Flamenco Dream"), a flamenco dance performance
(March 19, 2003)
Local Expert on King Arthur Interviewed for Educational Video
(March 18, 2003)
University Announces City Home-Buying Incentives for Faculty, Staff
(March 17, 2003)
New Crystalline Structures May Open Door to Molecular Filters
(March 13, 2003)
National Cultures Build on Mass Media, Mass Consumption
(March 13, 2003)
Rudolf Kingslake, Founding Faculty Member of Optics, Dies
(March 13, 2003)
EVENT: Graduate Conference Considers the Concept of Doubt
(March 12, 2003)
Joanna Scott's New Novel in Running for LA Times Book Award
(March 12, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture on literary forgeries by Bruce Whiteman, Los Angeles writer and expert on rare books
(March 11, 2003)
EVENT: Former Political Prisoner Tells of China's Human Rights Abuses
(March 11, 2003)
EVENT: Reading by Rikki Ducornet as part of the Plutzik Reading Series
(March 11, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture Examines Bloomsbury Group's Fascination with 18th Century
(March 10, 2003)
Rochester Collaborates on Design of Digital System for Scholarly Works
(March 10, 2003)
MacDonald Named College Undergraduate Admissions Director
(March 7, 2003)
EVENT: "Deutsche Bank, Nazi Gold and Historical Integrity," a lecture by Jonathan Steinberg, professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania
(March 6, 2003)
EVENT: Students Display Artwork in Senior Thesis Exhibitions
(March 6, 2003)
EVENT: The Get Up Kids with special guests Hot Rod Circuit
(March 6, 2003)
EVENT: Master hat maker Dave Brown discusses the history and process of hat making
(March 6, 2003)
EVENT: Performance by Celtic rock band Enter the Haggis
(March 5, 2003)
EVENT: A workshop about body and dance by performer and teacher Deborah Hay
(March 4, 2003)
EVENT: A reading and a performance by dancer and teacher Deborah Hay
(March 4, 2003)
The Smallest Sight: Researchers Zoom In on the Nanoscale
(February 27, 2003)
EVENT: "A Stone of Hope: Prophetic Religion, Liberalism, and the Death of Jim Crow," lecture by David Chappell of the University of Arkansas
(February 27, 2003)
EVENT: The University of Rochester Gospel Choir's concert "Gospelfest 2003!"
(February 27, 2003)
EVENT: Activist, Author, Artist Sister Souljah to Speak at University
(February 26, 2003)
EVENT: Hartnett Gallery Spotlights the Art of Kathleen McEnery
(February 26, 2003)
EVENT: "Striding Toward Freedom," a presentation by Sankofa the Storyteller (David A. Anderson)
(February 25, 2003)
EVENT: Writer, Director Michael Moore to Speak at University
(February 24, 2003)
Peace Corps on Campus: Recruiter Now Working at Career Center
(February 24, 2003)
EVENT: Reading by Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet C. K. Williams as part of the Plutzik Reading Series
(February 24, 2003)
EVENT: Violist John Graham will present "The First Performance: Preparing and Imagining a Newly Written Piece of Music," as part of the Creative Process Series sponsored by the University of Rochester's Dance Program.
(February 21, 2003)
EVENT: Concerto Competition Winners to Perform in Concert
(February 20, 2003)
EVENT: "Rochester's Big-Ticket Projects," a panel featuring Rochester Mayor Bill Johnson, University of Rochester Provost Charles Phelps, Rochester Raging Rhinos President Frank DuRoss, and Rochester Broadway Theatre League Chairman Arnold Rot
(February 20, 2003)
EVENT: Talk on inspiring young people to succeed by Carl McNair, brother of the late Challenger astronaut Ronald E. McNair
(February 20, 2003)
Professor Named to Public Health Task Force
(February 19, 2003)
Chemist Wins $200,000 Award for Promising Research
(February 19, 2003)
$3 Million Gift From 'Father' of Laser Vision Correction Boosts Plans for New Optics/Biomedical Engineering Building Project
(February 19, 2003)
EVENT: Frederick Douglass at the University of Rochester Conference, Exhibition, Digital Initiative Examine Contributions of Orator, Publisher
(February 19, 2003)
EVENT: Students Race Hovercrafts for Engineering Week
(February 19, 2003)
EVENT: Laser Laboratory Offers High School Summer Research Program
(February 19, 2003)
Leadership Rochester Relocates Office to Interact with College Students
(February 14, 2003)
EVENT: The Language You Cry In, part of the spring African Video and Film Series sponsored by the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
(February 14, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Wind Symphony concert, directed by Cindi Johnston-Turner
(February 13, 2003)
Eminent Literary Scholar Joseph Summers Dies
(February 13, 2003)
EVENT: "Infinitely Higher-Order Vagueness," colloquium by Delia Graff, assistant professor of philosophy at Cornell University
(February 13, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra Concert, Directed by David Harman
(February 13, 2003)
Rochester's English Department Selected for National Education Study
(February 12, 2003)
EVENT: Workshop on literary discussion in elementary school (grades 4 through 6) with Joy Moss, educator and adjunct associate professor at the Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development
(February 12, 2003)
EVENT: "Remembrance: A Tribute To and Journey Through Two Lives," an exhibition of photographs by Marianne Pojman and Sharon Turner
(February 11, 2003)
EVENT: "The Several Lives of Frederick Douglass," an exhibition of documents and images related to the famous orator, abolitionist, and publisher
(February 10, 2003)
EVENT: Chili lunch fundraiser to benefit Alternative Spring Break trips
(February 10, 2003)
EVENT: Series Explores Creativity in Range of Arts
(February 7, 2003)
$1.5 Million for Chip Designs Comes to New York Universities
(February 4, 2003)
EVENT: Delta Upsilon to Endure the Cold for Rochester's Homeless
(February 4, 2003)
EVENT: Pan-African Expo 2003
(February 3, 2003)
Two Researchers Elected Fellows of American Physical Society
(February 3, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture by Th. Emil Homerin, professor and scholar of Islam
(January 31, 2003)
Local Teen Reaches Final Round in 'Junior Nobel Prize'
(January 31, 2003)
EVENT: Through the Door of No Return, the First Film in the Spring African Video and Film Series Sponsored by the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
(January 31, 2003)
EVENT: "Disintegrating Joke," a dance presentation
(January 29, 2003)
Profeta Named to Oversee University Purchasing
(January 29, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Singers Concert
(January 29, 2003)
EVENT: Special screenings of the new film, Zemsta (The Revenge), by Andrzej Wajda, renowned Polish filmmaker and Academy Award winner
(January 28, 2003)
Scholar in Visual and Cultural Studies Appointed to Professorship
(January 28, 2003)
Professor Honored with Anthony Achievement Award
(January 28, 2003)
EVENT: Spring Movies Planned for University of Rochester River Campus
(January 22, 2003)
Three University Researchers Win Nation's Top Chemistry Award
(January 21, 2003)
EVENT: Annual Anthony Legacy Dinner to Honor Women's Achievements
(January 21, 2003)
EVENT: Comedian Jeff Richards
(January 20, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture on "Art and Optics" by David Stork: How Renaissance painters may have used optics to project images onto canvas
(January 20, 2003)
Three Local Teens Make Semi-Finals in National Science Competition
(January 16, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture and discussion about the experiences of a 1960s civil rights worker
(January 15, 2003)
EVENT: EVENT: "Retrospective," an exhibit of paintings by local artist Luvon Sheppard
(January 14, 2003)
EVENT: EVENT: Piano recital by Elena Letnanova of music from Central Europe
(January 13, 2003)
EVENT: New Paintings, Drawings by David Walsh on Display at Oxford Gallery
(January 10, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture by Richard H. Thaler, professor of economics at the University of Chicago, on the psychology of decision making
(January 10, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture on Latin sounds that shaped American music by John Storm Roberts, international authority on world music
(January 9, 2003)
Food for Thought: Cells Dine on Their Own Brains to Stay Fit and Trim
(January 8, 2003)
EVENT: "Inside/Outside," an exhibit of collages and color photographs about architecture and interior design by artist Robert Raczka
(January 7, 2003)
EVENT: Speakers, Panels Target Needs of School Counselors on the Job
(January 7, 2003)
Evolution of Galaxy-Spanning Magnetic Fields Explained
(January 3, 2003)
EVENT: Civil Rights Lawyer Morris Dees to Speak at University
(December 30, 2002)
EVENT: Lecture on the controversial film Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom
(December 24, 2002)
Redrawing the Map of Europe Puts Poland in the European Union Visiting Professor at Rochester Leads Continuing Economic Reforms
(December 24, 2002)
Community Service in Africa: A Winter Recess to Assist, Explore Self
(December 23, 2002)
When Parents Argue, Children Can Cope if They Feel Secure
(December 23, 2002)
University Research Named Top Science Breakthrough of 2002
(December 23, 2002)
Professor's Book on Chivalry Earns History Prize
(December 18, 2002)
University Appoints Susan B. Anthony Professor
(December 12, 2002)
EVENT: First Annual Spanish One-Act Play Festival, featuring two works by contemporary Spanish playwright Paloma Pedrero
(December 4, 2002)
Dark Edge of Sunspots Reveal Magnetic Melee
(December 3, 2002)
EVENT: EVENT: "Collected Thoughts: Twenty Objects," an exhibition of student projects
(December 3, 2002)
EVENT: Stage, not Classroom, is Setting for this Final Exam
(December 3, 2002)
EVENT: Talks Explore Disease, Society in Last Century
(December 2, 2002)
EVENT: Lecture on University of Rochester Civil War heroes by Bob Marcotte, Democrat and Chronicle columnist and author
(December 2, 2002)
EVENT: EVENT: Kwanzaa celebration sponsored by the University of Rochester's Black Students' Union
(November 26, 2002)
Infants Build Knowledge of Their Visual World on Statistics
(November 25, 2002)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra concert
(November 25, 2002)
EVENT: Art Project Marks AIDS Day on University of Rochester Campus
(November 22, 2002)
EVENT: Holiday readings about traditions with friends, sponsored by the Friends of the University of Rochester Libraries
(November 21, 2002)
Psychologist Recognized for Accomplishments 'in the Name of Justice'
(November 20, 2002)
EVENT: Panel discussion on "Reparations for African Americans: An American Dilemma?"
(November 15, 2002)
EVENT: Radiance Dance Theater annual fall show, "Here They Come"
(November 15, 2002)
EVENT: Scholar in Feminist Theory Speaks on Literary Interior Lives
(November 15, 2002)
'Laboratories On A Chip' Get Super-Small, Super-Smart Plumbing
(November 14, 2002)
EVENT: EVENT: Work in Progress Seminar with Sonia V. James-Wilson, instructor at the Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development
(November 14, 2002)
New Major Approved in African and African-American Studies
(November 14, 2002)
EVENT: Jazz Ensemble Concert
(November 13, 2002)
EVENT: Student Groups Sponsor Awareness Week on Dangers of Toxins
(November 13, 2002)
University Receives Multi-Million-Dollar Commitment From Under-40 Alumnus
(November 12, 2002)
EVENT: "Does Reading Good Books Make Us Any Better? Thoughts on an Ethics of Reading"
(November 12, 2002)
EVENT: University of Rochester Wind Symphony Concert
(November 11, 2002)
Physicists Puzzle Over Unexpected Findings in 'Little' Big Bang
(November 11, 2002)
EVENT: EVENT: University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra performance
(November 8, 2002)
Mark Cavanaugh Named Environmental Health & Safety Director
(November 8, 2002)
EVENT: "The Transparency of Knowledge (Levret Version)," an art exhibition by Cristin Millett
(November 7, 2002)
EVENT: Second Annual New York State Conference on Microelectronics Design
(November 6, 2002)
EVENT: Talk by Herman L. Bennett, expert in the history of Afro-Mexico, sponsored by the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
(November 6, 2002)
EVENT: Off Broadway On Campus Fall Revue
(November 5, 2002)
EVENT: South Asian Expo
(November 5, 2002)
EVENT: Concert of contemporary Native rock by Tonemah
(October 30, 2002)
EVENT: 2002 Polish Film Festival, sponsored by the Skalny Center for Polish and Central European Studies at the University of Rochester
(October 30, 2002)
EVENT: Celebration of Zuni Pueblo culture with Chester B. Mahooty
(October 30, 2002)
Meningitis and Influenza Immunization Outreach Program
(October 29, 2002)
EVENT: Lecture and demonstration of Middle Eastern dance featuring Morocco (Carolina Varga Dinicu)
(October 28, 2002)
EVENT: Exhibit, Talk Examine Infamous Affair and Women's Movement
(October 28, 2002)
EVENT: University of Rochester's annual Viennese Ball
(October 25, 2002)
Island of Exile is Island of Dreams for Family in Joanna Scott's New Novel
(October 25, 2002)
EVENT: Six Characters to Appear on University Theatre Stage
(October 25, 2002)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Ensembles Recital
(October 25, 2002)
EVENT: Book, Panel Discussion Focus on Role of International Monetary Fund
(October 24, 2002)
Five New Supercomputers Push the Envelope at Rochester
(October 24, 2002)
$2.4 Million Grant to Warner School Aims for Deeper Knowledge of Math
(October 24, 2002)
Discover Magazine Names Rochester's Esther Conwell one of "50 Most Important Women of Science"
(October 24, 2002)
EVENT: Lecture by author and U.S. foreign policy critic Scott Ritter
(October 23, 2002)
EVENT: "Considerations: My Painting and My Mother," an exhibit by Barbara Fox
(October 23, 2002)
New Planet Discovered: Innovative Technique Detects Planets With Lower Masses and Larger Orbits Than Any Current Method
(October 22, 2002)
EVENT: Department of Philosophy to host Second Conference on Epistemology
(October 18, 2002)
EVENT: University of Rochester's Gospel Choir Performance
(October 18, 2002)
Latest Book by Rochester Political Scientist Receives Research Award
(October 17, 2002)
Key to the Nature of Earth's Mysterious Core Found Beneath Arctic Ice
(October 16, 2002)
EVENT: "Anchorsplash," annual philanthropic event hosted by Delta Gamma sorority
(October 14, 2002)
Ancient Defense Mechanism May Still be Protecting Us
(October 14, 2002)
Kearns Center Forges New Path for Minorities into Science, Engineering
(October 11, 2002)
New York Women Lag in Leading Local Governments
(October 10, 2002)
EVENT: Gleason Foundation $5 Million Gift Begins Campaign for Renovation of East Wing of Rush Rhees Library
(October 10, 2002)
EVENT: Reading by poet Carl Phillips as part of the Plutzik Memorial Series
(October 8, 2002)
University of Rochester Graduate Honored with Nobel Prize in Physics
(October 8, 2002)
EVENT: EVENT: "Pleasures of a Writing Life," a talk by Simon Winchester, acclaimed author of international bestsellers
(October 7, 2002)
EVENT: Reconciliation is Topic of Elie Wiesel's Talk at University
(October 7, 2002)
EVENT: Globalization, Free Trade: A View from Papua New Guinea
(October 7, 2002)
EVENT: "Festival of Food and Film" spotlight on Japan sponsored by the University of Rochester's Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
(October 7, 2002)
EVENT: "Happiness is Electric Living," an installation by Allen C. Topolski, associate professor of art at the University of Rochester
(October 7, 2002)
EVENT: "The Indigenous Heritage of Latin America," a slideshow and lecture by poet Bobby Gonzalez
(October 2, 2002)
EVENT: Lecture and demonstration by dancer/choreographer/teacher Felice Wolfzahn
(September 30, 2002)
EVENT: "First Comes Love," an installation by artists Cecilia Berkovic and Katharine Mulherin
(September 30, 2002)
EVENT: "Families Dancing," a presentation of the Movement and Dance Program of the University of Rochester
(September 30, 2002)
EVENT: Reading by poet Clayton Eshleman
(September 30, 2002)
Improvements to B&L Riverside Park Benefit Campus, City Visitors
(September 27, 2002)
EVENT: 'Conversations' Examine How Women Lead and Use Power
(September 27, 2002)
EVENT: Information reception about programs offered by the Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development at the University of Rochester
(September 26, 2002)
EVENT: University Chamber and Symphony Orchestras Perform Meliora Weekend
(September 25, 2002)
EVENT: Salman Rushdie to Read for University of Rochester's Plutzik Series
(September 25, 2002)
Biologist's New Experiment May Vindicate Darwin
(September 25, 2002)
EVENT: EVENT: Performance by The Cracow Klezmer Band, sponsored by the Skalny Center for Polish and Central European Studies at the University of Rochester
(September 24, 2002)
"Reversible Data Hiding" Embeds Data in Pictures Without Distortion
(September 23, 2002)
EVENT: "Scaling the Heights: Rochester's Musical Innovators," an exhibit highlighting the many significant composers and performers who have Rochester connections
(September 19, 2002)
EVENT: "Capitalism and Chance in 20th Century America," a lecture presented by T. J. Jackson Lears, professor of history at Rutgers University, as a part of the annual Verne Moore Lecture Series of the Department of History.
(September 16, 2002)
EVENT: Philosophy colloquium on "Fictionalist Attitudes about Fictional Matters"
(September 13, 2002)
EVENT: G. Love and Special Sauce concert on the University of Rochester's River Campus, sponsored by UR Concerts
(September 13, 2002)
EVENT: Benefit Concert for the Jeremy Glick Memorial Scholarship Fund
(September 13, 2002)
EVENT: Photographer Paul Hoeffler and guests discuss the music and culture of jazz
(September 12, 2002)
EVENT: Convocation and Goergen Awards Presentation on Sept. 20
(September 11, 2002)
EVENT: From Iraq to Latin Jazz, Libraries' Neilly Series Opens for 2002-03
(September 10, 2002)
EVENT: Fall Movies Planned for University of Rochester River Campus
(September 10, 2002)
EVENT: University of Rochester Dance Program master class and demonstration
(September 9, 2002)
EVENT: Photography Exhibition Embraces Jazz Greats with Rochester Ties
(September 9, 2002)
EVENT: University of Rochester Community Marks Sept. 11 a Year Later
(September 6, 2002)
EVENT: EVENT: "Revolution, War, Genocide: Competing Narratives"
(September 5, 2002)
EVENT: Reading by poet John Hollander as part of The Plutzik Memorial Series
(September 5, 2002)
EVENT: Third Annual Anthony Legacy Race Celebrates Suffragist's Work
(September 4, 2002)
EVENT: Le Jazz Hot Club, an evening of live jazz with Gap Mangione and a photo exhibition of renowned jazz musicians who played Rochester in the 1950s
(September 4, 2002)
EVENT: 30th annual Rochester Book Fair, sponsored by Friends of the University of Rochester Libraries
(September 4, 2002)
EVENT: Performance by The Second City comedy troupe's national touring company
(September 4, 2002)
Salman Rushdie among Headliners for University's Literary Series
(August 29, 2002)
EVENT: Caribbean Carnival on Yellowjacket Day
(August 29, 2002)
Rochester Introduces Global History Degree
(August 29, 2002)
EVENT: Giving, Getting Back: Wilson Days Introduce Freshmen to Rochester
(August 28, 2002)
Book Examines Popular Mexican Genre of Chronicle Writing
(August 27, 2002)
EVENT: EVENT: "Recent Idiosyncrasies," an exhibit of current work by Anne Havens, Rochester multi-media artist
(August 23, 2002)
EVENT: Optics Experts Predict Ultra-Dense CDs and Hard Drives by 2005: Medicine and Nanotechnology Also Soon to Benefit From New Field
(August 16, 2002)
Sulfide-Rich Oceans May Have Impeded Evolution for Eons
(August 16, 2002)
Manchester Named President of National College Health Group
(August 15, 2002)
Community Musicians Invited to Audition for University Orchestra
(August 9, 2002)
Three Named to University Board of Trustees
(August 7, 2002)
Distorted Ultrasound Waves Produce Clearer Images: University Technology Licensed to Medical Ultrasound Company
(July 29, 2002)
Survey of Research Grows from Deci-Ryan Groundbreaking Work
(July 15, 2002)
Morton F. Kaplon, Former Chair of Physics and Astronomy, Dies
(July 15, 2002)
France Awards Knighthood to College Faculty Member
(July 10, 2002)
Warner School Alumna Wins National Research Grant
(July 8, 2002)
Eminent Optical Scientist Named to New Endowed Professorship
(July 1, 2002)
Rochester Professor to Edit Educational Philosophy Journal
(June 28, 2002)
Ph.D. Student at Warner School Gets Award for Research
(June 17, 2002)
Endowed Fund Increases Spending on Documents of Local Importance
(June 10, 2002)
Fermilab Awards 'Best Thesis' to Physics Grads Two Years in A Row
(June 10, 2002)
EVENT: : "Tree Tour" of University of Rochester River Campus, followed by concert by local musicians Paul Swiatek and Connie Deming
(June 7, 2002)
Got a Project? Teachers Invited to Research, Solve Problems
(June 7, 2002)
Engineered Eyesight Explored at Science Meeting
(May 31, 2002)
Learning the Community: an Urban Experience for College Students
(May 28, 2002)
Professor Awarded Medal by Optical Society of America
(May 22, 2002)
Commencement Speakers Temper Optimism with Cautions about Tensions, Pressures of Today's World
(May 19, 2002)
Air Force Research Laboratory meets to link research with universities
(May 17, 2002)
Students Apply an Anthropologist's Eye to Life on Genesee Street
(May 16, 2002)
In a Tight Job Market, a Focused Search Gets Results
(May 14, 2002)
Lawrence Williams Honored with Fairchild Award
(May 14, 2002)
Industry Liaison Joins Center for Electronic Imaging Systems
(May 10, 2002)
Teachers Recognized for Excellence by Warner School
(May 7, 2002)
Biologist Wins Guggenheim Award for Researching Family Trees
(May 2, 2002)
Professor is Named Fellow in Artificial Intelligence
(May 1, 2002)
University of Rochester Medical Student Wins Fulbright Grant
(April 30, 2002)
City and University Recognize 40th Year of Plutzik Memorial Series
(April 29, 2002)
Commencement Ceremonies Set at University of Rochester
(April 26, 2002)
'Professors of the Year' Announced by Students' Association
(April 23, 2002)
"The Rich, The Poor, and American Politics," a lecture by scholar and activist Frances Fox Piven
(April 22, 2002)
Calling All T-shirt Designers: Chance to Win $250
(April 19, 2002)
EVENT: Lecture and slide presentation by Emil Wolf on the history of optics from the Middle Ages to the present
(April 19, 2002)
Nicholas R. Slater Wins Goldwater Scholarship
(April 18, 2002)
Summer Science Programs Open to Local Students
(April 18, 2002)
Prabhjot S. Dhadialla Wins Goldwater Scholarship
(April 18, 2002)
University Plans Improvements to Riverside Park
(April 17, 2002)
Jason T. Nordhaus Wins Goldwater Scholarship
(April 17, 2002)
Talk on Clinical Chemistry in Thin Film
(April 17, 2002)
Physics Professor Appointed Brugler Distinguished Teaching Honor
(April 15, 2002)
Undergraduate Earns 'Student Employee of the Year' Awards
(April 12, 2002)
Institute Works to Weave 'A Tapestry of Faith' in Today's Schools
(April 11, 2002)
Activist Professor Gives Perspectives on Islam and Science
(April 10, 2002)
Pioneer Female Navy Fighter Pilot to Speak to Women Engineers
(April 10, 2002)
Longtime University Official Roger Lathan Dies at 69
(April 9, 2002)
Award-Winning South African Author to Read at University
(April 8, 2002)
Prize-Winning Author to Address Images of Women in Advertising
(April 4, 2002)
Physicists Predict Super-Niño: 15-Year El Niño / La Niña Cycle
(April 3, 2002)
University of Rochester Quiz Bowl Team Going to Nationals
(April 1, 2002)
University Selects Third Party Administrator for Self-Insurance
(April 1, 2002)
University Faith Communities Plan Program for the Hungry
(March 25, 2002)
FACT SHEET: Self-Funding of University Health Benefits
(March 25, 2002)
From New York to Rochester: Strong Neighbors Make Strong Cities
(March 25, 2002)
University of Rochester Scholarship Honors Jeremy Glick
(March 25, 2002)
Researchers Examine Rochester's Water Supply for Impact of Global Warming
(March 25, 2002)
University of Rochester Sets Tuition Rates for 2002-03
(March 20, 2002)
Darwin's Time Machine: Scientists Begin Predicting Evolution's Next Step
(March 20, 2002)
1,000 Rochester Graduates Teach at America's Best Schools
(March 19, 2002)
American Cancer Society Gives Chemist $76,000 Grant
(March 14, 2002)
EVENT: Series on Media Culture Presented by Visual and Cultural Studies
(March 13, 2002)
University of Rochester Senior Awarded Churchill Scholarship
(March 12, 2002)
EVENT: Fundraising project by Delta Upsilon to help people who are homeless
(March 8, 2002)
Students Are Changing Lives Through Alternative Spring Break
(March 6, 2002)
Director of Academic Technology Named at Rochester
(March 1, 2002)
Supporter of Fiscal Equity in Schools Delivers Address
(February 21, 2002)
J. Bruce French, Top Theoretical Physicist, Dies
(February 14, 2002)
Laser Laboratory Offers High School Summer Research Program
(February 11, 2002)
Psychologist's Research, Library Preserved as a Community Resource
(February 8, 2002)
Astronomy Professor Honored with Anthony Achievement Award
(February 5, 2002)
College Music Department Appoints Artist-in-Residence
(January 30, 2002)
Girl Scouts to Become Engineers-For-A-Day
(January 25, 2002)
Two Rochester Professors Named Fellows of American Association for the Advancement of Science
(January 24, 2002)
Scholarship Fund Named for Longtime University Officer
(January 18, 2002)
Local Teen Makes Semi-Finals in National Science Competition
(January 17, 2002)
Talk and discussion on the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led by author and national lecturer Richard M. Williams
(January 15, 2002)
University Leads Statewide Effort to Boost Tech Economy
(January 15, 2002)
Renewal and Reflection: Conference Topic for School Counselors
(January 14, 2002)
Exhibition of new Photographs by Artist and Art Historian Carl Chiarenza
(January 11, 2002)
Four Rochester Scientists Elected Fellows of American Physical Society
(January 11, 2002)
University Gallery Invites Artist Proposals
(December 20, 2001)
New Director of Visual, Cultural Studies Announced
(December 10, 2001)
Culture May Influence How You Describe Your Personal Goals
(December 6, 2001)
Rush Rhees Library Keeps Doors Open 'Till 3 a.m.
(December 5, 2001)
$10.2 Million Gift Supports Academic Initiatives, Professorships
(December 5, 2001)
Workshop for teachers on classroom practice in the wake of Sept. 11
(November 28, 2001)
$3 Million Whitaker Grant Kick Starts New Biomedical Education Program
(November 20, 2001)
Warner School Expands Curriculum for School Leaders
(November 20, 2001)
Center Seeks Nominations for Lifetime Achievement Award
(November 9, 2001)
Teaching American History Gets Transformation with Grant
(November 8, 2001)
Matter Isn't What It Used To Be: Neutrino Study Finds Flaw in Standard Model of Matter
(November 7, 2001)
Rochester's 'ASL World' Turns the Tables on the Hearing World
(November 6, 2001)
'Smart Bandage' Diagnoses Danger Before Infection Takes Hold
(November 1, 2001)
Astrobiologists to Launch Mission to Early Earth
(October 30, 2001)
Optics Professor Named to New Chair; $2 Million Gift Honors Professor, Spotlights Optics
(October 19, 2001)
Investiture Ceremony Celebrates New Warner School Dean
(October 17, 2001)
EVENT: Lecture by Glenda Lappan, University Distinguished Professor at Michigan State University, on how teachers and administrators contribute to school reform
(October 16, 2001)
Researchers Uncover a Piece of Nature's Secret Nitrogen Formula
(October 15, 2001)
Perfectly Clear to Return Sunday, Oct. 21; Norman Mineta to Appear
(October 12, 2001)
"Jack Keil/Andy Neilly: Collected Works," an exhibit by University of Rochester alumni
(October 12, 2001)
From High School into College: An Alternative Model That Works
(October 5, 2001)
University Students Raise Funds for New York City Relief Effort
(October 1, 2001)
Multiple Intelligences Workshops Planned at Strong Museum
(October 1, 2001)
Research Center Adds $65 Million to New York State Economy
(September 27, 2001)
10 University Faculty Members Contribute to International Publication
(September 26, 2001)
Warner School Hosts Conference on Assessment Practices
(September 26, 2001)
Fractal Extremes Predict Impending Breakdowns
(September 12, 2001)
New 'Electronic Paper' Technology Promises More Colorful, Versatile Video Displays
(September 7, 2001)
University Symphony Continues Auditions for String Players
(September 6, 2001)
Convocation Celebrates the Beginning of New College Year
(September 5, 2001)
Warner School Professor Serves as Consultant on 'School' Broadcasts
(September 5, 2001)
Professor Receives Artificial Intelligence Research Appointment
(August 28, 2001)
Secret to Earth's 'Big Chill' Found in Underground Water
(August 27, 2001)
Professor's Book Offers Translations of Major Islamic Poems
(August 24, 2001)
Wilson Day: Opportunities for Service, Introductions to Rochester
(August 22, 2001)
Warner School Gains Federal Grant to Train Teachers in Technology
(August 17, 2001)
Fourteen High School Teens Present Physics Research
(August 16, 2001)
Local Educator Wins Inspirational Teacher Award
(August 14, 2001)
Professor Awarded $60,000 Teaching-Scholar Honor in Chemistry
(August 13, 2001)
Deep Space Research Discovers Boon for Chip Makers
(August 9, 2001)
New Employment Center Serves University Offices, Highland Hospital
(August 7, 2001)
Community Musicians Invited to Audition for University Orchestra
(August 3, 2001)
Psychologist Honored for Outstanding Work in Public Service
(August 2, 2001)
Psychology Professor Recognized for Early Career Contributions
(August 2, 2001)
Rochester Faculty Member Selected for Postdoctoral Fellowship
(July 16, 2001)
Psychology Professor Elected to National Policy-Making Board
(July 9, 2001)
Rochester's VPN Technology in the Spotlight
(July 6, 2001)
Technology-Transfer Revenue 10 Times What it was Two Years Ago
(June 28, 2001)
Aab, Hurlbut Named University Trustees
(June 22, 2001)
Energy Crisis Accelerated, Not Helped, by Increased Oil Production
Researchers predict only 30-50 years at most before reserves begin to decline sharply
(June 20, 2001)
Arden Ornt Named Medical Center/University General Counsel
(June 12, 2001)
Economic Historian Stanley Engerman Honored for Contributions
(June 6, 2001)
Scholarships Earmarked for Rochester Undergraduates in the Sciences
(June 5, 2001)
Researchers Find The 'North Pole' Of The Molecular World
(June 4, 2001)
Psychologist Receives Award as Distinguished Researcher
(May 29, 2001)
Students Surpass Goal of Giving 2001 Hours to Kids
(May 25, 2001)
Polish Center Director Gets Fulbright Fellowship
(May 24, 2001)
A Chance for Teachers to Research District Needs
(May 23, 2001)
Warner School Institute Explores Catholic Education Themes
(May 18, 2001)
Burgett Assumes New Role at the University
(May 18, 2001)
Lifetime Service Award Honors Educator at Warner School
(May 16, 2001)
Professor, Photographer Roger Mertin Dies
(May 15, 2001)
New Light-Based Computer Runs at Quantum Speeds
(May 14, 2001)
Raymond R. Borst, Leading Henry David Thoreau Scholar, Dies
(May 7, 2001)
Three Rochester Professors Selected for National Academy of Sciences
(May 7, 2001)
University Recognized for Outstanding Achievement in Planning Sesquicentennial
(May 4, 2001)
Rochester Professors Named Fellows of American Academy of Arts and Sciences
(May 2, 2001)
Raffaella Borasi Named Dean of Warner School
(April 27, 2001)
EVENT: University of Rochester 151st Commencement Highlights
(April 25, 2001)
EVENT: A Conversation with Former CBS White House Correspondent Bob Pierpoint
(April 24, 2001)
EVENT: Governor Pataki Awards $2.6 Million for Technology Development
(April 23, 2001)
EVENT: Teachers Recognized for Excellence by Warner School
(April 23, 2001)
Children in Day Care Homes Are Latest Group to Test Science Curriculum Geared to Developmental Needs
(April 20, 2001)
EVENT: Conference Promotes Diversity and Creativity in Student Research and Projects
(April 19, 2001)
Warner School Professor Receives Teacher Educator Award
(April 18, 2001)
EVENT: University Choir, Chamber Singers, and Chamber Orchestra Concert
(April 16, 2001)
EVENT: "Tired of Danforth?," a philanthropy pancake dinner sponsored by Sigma Delta Tau sorority and Delta Upsilon fraternity
(April 13, 2001)
Study Finds New Way that Brain Detects Motion
(April 13, 2001)
EVENT: 5K Run in Support of Women in Afghanistan
(April 13, 2001)
EVENT: "By Now You Know," an exhibit by Mary Shannon Johnstone, a graduate student in Rochester Institute of Technology's Fine Arts Photography program
(April 13, 2001)
EVENT: Tropicana 2001, a celebration of Spanish and Latin culture
(April 11, 2001)
Students Thank 19th Ward Neighbors with 'Bridge Brunch'
(April 11, 2001)
University Photographer Receives National Recognition
(April 10, 2001)
Lucent Director to Head Institute of Optics
(April 10, 2001)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphonic Wind Ensemble concert
(April 9, 2001)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra Concert
(April 9, 2001)
EVENT: 10th anniversary of Lyon Daughters Lecture, featuring Andrew L. Jameton, philosopher and professor at University of Nebraska Medical Center
(April 9, 2001)
EVENT: "Yellowjackets Senior Farewell," an a cappella performance
(April 9, 2001)
EVENT: Course and Show Spotlight "The Devil's Music"
(April 9, 2001)
EVENT: River Jazz Ensemble Concert
(April 6, 2001)
EVENT: Reading from On Broken Glass: Loving and Losing John Gardner, by Author Susan Thornton
(April 6, 2001)
EVENT: "Images of Italian Americans: Media and Literature," lecture by Santa Casciani of John Carroll University
(April 5, 2001)
EVENT: Reading by African-american Writer John A. Williams
(April 4, 2001)
EVENT: Theater Program Presents Steinbeck Masterpiece
(April 3, 2001)
EVENT: Reading by author Geoffrey Hill
(April 2, 2001)
University of Rochester Ranks in U.S. News Listings of Leading Universities
(March 30, 2001)
Professor Receives Grant to Edit Book on Philosophy of Education
(March 30, 2001)
EVENT: "The Criminal Justice System and Racial Profiling in the Rochester Community," a panel discussion
(March 30, 2001)
EVENT: Creation of "A Show of Hands" Banner in Wilson Commons
(March 29, 2001)
EVENT: Mela 2001, South Asian Cultural Celebration
(March 29, 2001)
EVENT: Performance by Comedian Suzanne Westenhoefer
(March 28, 2001)
EVENT: Throw-A-Pie at Gamma Phi
(March 28, 2001)
EVENT: A reading by Polish poet, fiction writer and essayist Adam Zagajewski
(March 26, 2001)
EVENT: "Martin Luther King's Dream Project," a photo exhibit
(March 26, 2001)
EVENT: Political Science Department Offers Spring Seminar Series
(March 23, 2001)
EVENT: "Using Business for Social Change: The Harper Way," a lecture by Jane Plitt, visiting scholar at the University of Rochester
(March 23, 2001)
EVENT: University of Rochester University Choir and Chamber Singers Concert
(March 22, 2001)
EVENT: "'Enjoy Yourself!': Gender and Identity Politics in Contemporary Czech Art," a lecture by Martina Pachmanova, art historian and curator
(March 22, 2001)
EVENT: "Tamar's Daughters: Stories of Russian Jewish Women in Exile," lecture by Nina Tumarkin of Wellesley College
(March 22, 2001)
University Sets Tuition Rates for 2001-02
(March 21, 2001)
EVENT: Sneak Preview of the Movie Blow
(March 21, 2001)
University faith communities plan program to help the hungry
(March 16, 2001)
EVENT: "Making Thinking," an exhibition presented by University of Rochester graduate program in Visual and Cultural Studies
(March 16, 2001)
EVENT: On Bourgeois Seriousness, lecture by Franco Moretti of Stanford University
(March 15, 2001)
New Technique Answers One of Water's Basic Mysteries
(March 15, 2001)
EVENT: The Age of Ethnic Conflict Versus the Age of Democratization, a talk by Arend Lijphart of the University of California San Diego
(March 15, 2001)
EVENT: Present Tense Dance Company Concert and Workshop for Women's Awareness Month
(March 14, 2001)
EVENT: Lunchtime Lecture by Krzysztof Biedrzycki, Professor at Jagiellonian University, on current trends in Polish literature
(March 14, 2001)
EVENT: Lecture by Krzysztof Biedrzycki, Professor at Jagiellonian University, on Polish Literature
(March 14, 2001)
EVENT: University library exhibits bring history to life
(March 13, 2001)
EVENT: Charles Drew Symposium Explores Racial Barriers
(March 13, 2001)
EVENT: #34;Gospel Fest," presented by the University of Rochester Gospel Choir
(March 13, 2001)
EVENT: Panel discussion on government funding of faith-based organizations
(March 13, 2001)
EVENT: Lecture by Lennard J. Davis of the University of Illinois at Chicago on disability studies in higher education
(March 12, 2001)
EVENT: Warner School Sponsors Program on Technology in Schools
(March 9, 2001)
EVENT: SIMCON XXIII, western New York's largest and longest-established simulation gaming convention
(March 9, 2001)
EVENT: Rochester Hosts "An Evening with Alec Baldwin"
(March 9, 2001)
Scientist Elected Fellow of Physics Society
(March 7, 2001)
Scientists' Work Named Best of Year by Optical Society
(March 6, 2001)
Ancient Earth Had Magnetic Field 3X Stronger Than Once Thought
(March 2, 2001)
Researchers Team up with Famous Inventor to Combat HIV and Improve Pacemakers
(March 1, 2001)
Testing of Super-Cooled Fusion Targets Under Way
(February 27, 2001)
Stowaways From Space Provide Link Between Impact, Biggest Extinction in Earth History
(February 22, 2001)
Psychology Professor Appointed to State Advisory Board
(February 22, 2001)
EVENT: Lecture by Michelle Stephens titled "Transnational Black Intellectuals"
(February 22, 2001)
EVENT: Reading by Author Li-Young Lee
(February 20, 2001)
University of Rochester English Scholar, Orator Dies
(February 16, 2001)
Physicist Leonard Mandel, a Founder of Quantum Optics, Dies
(February 13, 2001)
Lecture by Eva Feder Kittay of the State University of New York at Stony Brook, on disability and justice
(February 13, 2001)
EVENT: Skalny Memorial Lecture by Ann Weiss, Author of "The Last Album: Eyes from the Ashes of Auschwitz-birkenau"
(February 12, 2001)
EVENT: Reading by Poet Kathleen Wakefield
(February 12, 2001)
Parasite's Sperm-Encryption Scheme Keeps Species Apart
(February 8, 2001)
EVENT: Reading by Author Joy Harjo
(January 31, 2001)
Want to Quit Smoking? Get Free Help, Assist Research Study
(January 30, 2001)
Teen Makes Semi-Finals in National Competition for Research on World's Most Powerful Laser
(January 29, 2001)
Cosmic Artist Revealed: Force that Shapes Nebulae is Uncovered by Astronomers
(January 24, 2001)
High-Tech Optics Finishing Technology Wins Award From DOD
(January 23, 2001)
Anthony Center Salutes Women's Successes
(January 17, 2001)
Mcnair Program Salutes Work of Graduate Students, Encourages More Minorities to Choose Graduate School
(January 16, 2001)
Lecture by Nancy L. Eiesland of the Candler School of Theology, Emory University, on disability and the culture of piety
(January 15, 2001)
Researchers Lay Groundwork for Next Generation of High-Speed Computers
(January 10, 2001)
Researchers Lay Groundwork for Next Generation of High-Speed Computers
(January 10, 2001)
Three Scientists Elected Fellows of Physics Society
(January 5, 2001)
Warner School Study Draws on Expertise of Nursing Home Residents
(January 5, 2001)
Memorial Service Planned for Professor Emory Cowen
(January 3, 2001)
EVENT: Civil Rights Leader Julian Bond to Speak at University
(December 28, 2000)
Professor Wins Fellowship for Sign Language Research
(December 22, 2000)
Architect of Polish Economic Reforms Gets Professorship
(December 22, 2000)
University of Rochester Alumni Cited in 'Best' Lists
(December 22, 2000)
EVENT: Renowned Dance Company to Perform at University of Rochester
(December 21, 2000)
EVENT: Conference Supports the Work of School Counselors
(December 20, 2000)
Despite Periodic Pummeling, Conditions on Early Earth were Ripe for Life
(December 15, 2000)
Rochester Geophysicist to Lead Ocean Expedition to Track Earth's Roving Hot Spots
(December 11, 2000)
Empty Bottles and Plumbing Pipes Teach Students Physics and Music
(December 11, 2000)
Zeroing in on the Real Wind Chill: Engineering Students Find How Cold Winter Really Is
(December 7, 2000)
New Number-Crunching Computers Delve into Biology's Past
(December 4, 2000)
EVENT: Concert by Everclear
(December 1, 2000)
EVENT: Lecture by Stephanie Brown Clark on the History of Disability in Medicine and Literature
(November 28, 2000)
EVENT: Religious Diversity Celebrated on Campus
(November 27, 2000)
EVENT: "Durable Goods," an exhibit of linoleum block prints and sculptural work by Allen C. Topolski, associate professor of art at the University of Rochester
(November 22, 2000)
EVENT: A holiday reading sponsored by the Friends of the University of Rochester Libraries
(November 22, 2000)
EVENT: Book signing by Dr. Seymour Schwartz, editor of 19th-century travel journal
(November 21, 2000)
Researcher Delves into Race, Class, Religion, Gender to Study the History of Minority Access to College
(November 17, 2000)
University Technology-Transfer Revenue Quadruples More companies from around the globe attracted to results of basic research
(November 17, 2000)
EVENT: Unique Performance Culminates Semester of Intense Learning
(November 16, 2000)
EVENT: Sneak Preview of the Movie Thirteen Days
(November 15, 2000)
EVENT: The University of Rochester International Theatre Program Presents Charles Ludlam's Exquisite Torture
(November 14, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra Concert
(November 14, 2000)
EVENT: Renowned Performer of Indian Classical Dance Visits Rochester
(November 10, 2000)
EVENT: "Toni Morrison, Literature, and Globalism," lecture by Wahneema Lubiano of Duke University
(November 9, 2000)
EVENT: Acclaimed Film Historian to Give Local Lecture
Lea Jacobs invited as visiting scholar at University's Susan B. Anthony Institute
(November 9, 2000)
Economist Appointed to Named Professorship
(November 8, 2000)
EVENT: Reading by Galway Kinnell, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet
(November 8, 2000)
Journal Writer Navigates Waterways in 1830s Englishman records Rochester's history as first boom town along Erie Canal
(November 8, 2000)
Psychologist Appointed to Named Professorship
(November 7, 2000)
Mt. Hope Awarded Grant to Study Mother-Child Interaction
(November 6, 2000)
EVENT: Health and Healing in Religion and Medicine
(November 3, 2000)
EVENT: An Evening with Alec Baldwin on Issues that Matter (Cancelled, to be Rescheduled)
(November 3, 2000)
EVENT: "French Television and 'Visible Minorities,' " a talk by Professor Mireille Rosello of Northwestern University
(November 3, 2000)
Meningitis and Flu Immunization Outreach Program
(November 1, 2000)
EVENT: The South Asian Expo
(November 1, 2000)
Polish Studies Center Renamed for Skalny Family
(October 31, 2000)
See a Great Game! Support a Great Cause!
(October 31, 2000)
EVENT: Delta Gamma's Annual Anchor Splash
(October 31, 2000)
EVENT: Viennese Ball
(October 30, 2000)
EVENT: Lecture By David T. Mitchell and Sharon L. Snyder About Studying Disability in Literature and Art
(October 30, 2000)
EVENT: Talk by Mark Dunau, Green Party Candidate for the U.S. Senate
(October 30, 2000)
EVENT: "Closure and Externalism about Content," a talk by James Pryor, assistant professor of philosophy at Harvard University
(October 27, 2000)
EVENT: River Jazz Ensemble Concert
(October 27, 2000)
EVENT: Lecture on Postnationalism
(October 27, 2000)
EVENT: Artists in Different Media get Spotlight at Gallery
(October 27, 2000)
Punch of World's Most Powerful Laser Ratchets up a Notch
(October 26, 2000)
EVENT: 2000 Polish Film Festival, Sponsored by the Skalny Center for Polish and Central European Studies at the University of Rochester
(October 26, 2000)
Quantum Dots Pave Way for Atom-Sized Transistors
(October 25, 2000)
EVENT: Ballet Performance Group's "MistleTOES"
(October 25, 2000)
New Optical Switch Removes Barrier to Light-Speed Communications
(October 24, 2000)
EVENT: Journalists in the Field How do they inform us about the rest of the world--and what is the context?
(October 24, 2000)
Ann Weintraub to Receive Anthony Center Award
(October 23, 2000)
EVENT: Lucky Rubber Ducky Race
(October 20, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester's Chamber Ensembles Performance
(October 20, 2000)
EVENT: Lecture on Postnationalism
(October 20, 2000)
Elected Officials Salute University's 150th Year
(October 19, 2000)
Student Research Focuses on Politically Volatile '60s
(October 12, 2000)
Warner School Sponsors Diversity Workshop
(October 12, 2000)
EVENT: Conversations Examine Life of "Other" White House Occupant
(October 12, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester's Gospel Choir Performance
(October 12, 2000)
EVENT: Chamber Orchestra to Spotlight Eastman Composer
(October 10, 2000)
EVENT: They Might be Giants to Perform at University of Rochester
(October 9, 2000)
EVENT: "Gender and Colonial Welfare in the Middle East," a talk by Elizabeth Thompson, assistant professor of History at the University of Virginia
(October 6, 2000)
EVENT: The University of Rochester International Theatre Program presents George F. Walker's Escape from Happiness, directed by Nigel Maister
(October 5, 2000)
EVENT: "Bill Clinton and the Ethics of Speechwriting," a talk by presidential rhetoric scholar Martin J. Medhurst
(October 5, 2000)
EVENT: Renowned Death Penalty Adversary to Speak at University
(October 4, 2000)
EVENT: Sneak Preview of Pay it Forward
(October 4, 2000)
EVENT: "The Politics of Rhetoric," a talk by Ernesto Laclau, professor of government at the University of Essex
(October 4, 2000)
EVENT: Film Series Features Different Views of King Arthur
(October 4, 2000)
EVENT: Big Names in Crew Expected for Stonehurst Regatta
(October 3, 2000)
EVENT: Author's Short Story Collection Wins Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize
(October 3, 2000)
EVENT: University Celebrates Arbor Heritage with Designation
(October 3, 2000)
EVENT: "The Campus That Wasn't: Planning the University," an exhibit of proposals for the River Campus
(October 2, 2000)
EVENT: Lecture and demonstration by The Limón Dance Company, legendary modern dance company
(October 2, 2000)
EVENT: Sneak Preview of Ladies Man
(October 2, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphonic Wind Ensemble Concert
(September 29, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra Concert
(September 29, 2000)
EVENT: "Land and Sentiment: An Amazonian Perspective on History and the Environment"
(September 29, 2000)
$1 Million Gift Creates Named Library Deanship
(September 26, 2000)
EVENT: Fall Movies Planned for University of Rochester River Campus
(September 25, 2000)
EVENT: Lecture by Rosemarie Garland-Thomson On Seeing Disability in Popular Photography
(September 21, 2000)
EVENT: University Theater Schedule Sizzles with Satire
(September 19, 2000)
EVENT: Reading by Author Mary Cappello
(September 19, 2000)
Rochester Engineering Offers Best Student-Faculty Ratio Engineering school also ranked as among the most selective in the nation
(September 18, 2000)
EVENT: Dance Program Film Series Cancelled
(September 18, 2000)
Doctoral Student Receives Dissertation Fellowship
(September 14, 2000)
EVENT: Workshop on Using Assessments to Your Advantage Speaker, local educators discuss ways to improve teaching methods in classroom
(September 14, 2000)
Wylie Named Controller of the University
(September 13, 2000)
EVENT: Talk by Neil Baldwin, National Book Foundation executive director and award-winning author
(September 13, 2000)
Weed's Fast-Growth Gene Technology Licensed
(September 11, 2000)
Network of Alumni Fan out in Six Cities to Give Service
(September 8, 2000)
Two Chemists Named to Endowed Professorships
(September 8, 2000)
EVENT: Sneak Preview of Almost Famous
(September 7, 2000)
EVENT: Race Commemorates Anthony's Commitment to Women's Education
(September 7, 2000)
Dandelion Square Enhances River Campus
Trustee's, family's support for beautification projects honored during dedication ceremonies
(September 7, 2000)
EVENT: Caribbean Carnival 2000
(September 7, 2000)
Convocation Honors Goergen Award Winners
(September 6, 2000)
EVENT: University Peace Conference Features Gandhi's Grandson
(August 30, 2000)
Phillips Named Vice President for Investments
(August 23, 2000)
EVENT: "Twenty Questions: Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral," an art exhibition by Jill Gussow
(August 23, 2000)
Director of University Audit Named at Rochester
(August 21, 2000)
EVENT: On Sea and Land, Artist Plays Games with the Familiar
(August 14, 2000)
EVENT: Beowulf, a reading from a new translation of the epic poem
(August 14, 2000)
EVENT: Warner School Presents Educational Leadership Institute
(August 10, 2000)
Self-Adjusting Chips to Extend Limits of Computing Power
(August 8, 2000)
Sloan Fellowships Awarded to Two Vision Scientists
(August 4, 2000)
EVENT: "Ladies and Gentlemen, The Niagara Falls: . . .", an exhibition
(August 2, 2000)
Auditions Scheduled for University Orchestra
(August 2, 2000)
EVENT: Lecture on the use of video and multimedia to evaluate teaching practice by educational ethnographer Frederick Erickson
(July 28, 2000)
Local Physics Teachers Head for Summer School to Pick Apart the Mysteries of Matter
(July 27, 2000)
Politics at the Grassroots One Georgia district sets the stage for how, why the South changed in Congress
(July 27, 2000)
Professor Appointed Editor of Top Chemistry Journal
(July 27, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester's Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series
(July 26, 2000)
Professor Wins Grant to Look into the Storms of Stars
(July 25, 2000)
Researchers Determine Improved Pattern for Artificial Light-Harvesting Molecule
(July 18, 2000)
Liders Named Director of Research Office at University
(July 17, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester's Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series
(July 13, 2000)
Work of Major Russian Film/Literary Artist Studied in New Book
(July 12, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester's Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series
(July 6, 2000)
Paprocki Named Senior VP for Administration, Finance
(June 29, 2000)
Ancient Math Refines Theories of Evolution
(June 29, 2000)
Longtime Dean of the College Kenneth E. Clark Dies
(June 28, 2000)
EVENT: Picnic on the Quad and Enjoy University's Carillon
(June 27, 2000)
Alumnus Named Top 100 Young Innovator
(June 26, 2000)
University Professor Earns Grant, Fellowship
(June 22, 2000)
Treasury Manager Named at University of Rochester
(June 19, 2000)
University of Rochester Names New Deans posts Filled at School of Medicine and Dentistry, School of Nursing
(June 16, 2000)
Eyes for Next NASA Space Telescope Developed, Delivered
(June 13, 2000)
EVENT: A Night of Food and Entertainment of the Emerald Isle
(June 12, 2000)
Technology First Aimed at Heavens Now Makes 'Super' Human Vision Possible
(June 9, 2000)
Gleason Foundation Makes Gift to Restore Great Hall of Rush Rhees Library in Time for University's 150th
(June 8, 2000)
Jobs Plentiful for Graduates, But Search Still Takes Initiative
(June 7, 2000)
National Grant to Warner School Researcher Signals Potential of Science-Based Curriculum in Preschool
(June 5, 2000)
EVENT: Brain's Role in Vision Explored at Science Meeting
(June 2, 2000)
Rochester Astronomers Collaborate to Study the Stars
(May 30, 2000)
Institute Explores Special Nature of Catholic Schools
(May 26, 2000)
1,000 Astronomers Turn Eyes Toward Rochester
(May 25, 2000)
EVENT: 1,000 Astronomers Turn Eyes Toward Rochester
(May 25, 2000)
EVENT: Exhibit on the Costumes and Pageantry of College Graduations
(May 24, 2000)
EVENT: Hubble Images of Star Births and Deaths Presented to Public
(May 24, 2000)
Neuroscientist Studying Brain 'Plasticity' Wins Merck Award
(May 24, 2000)
EVENT: University's Mees Observatory Now Scheduling Free Tours
(May 18, 2000)
Bone Growth and Development by the Numbers
(May 16, 2000)
Rochester Prepares The Next Generation A milestone of 7,000 Ph.D.s trained at the University will be reached Saturday
(May 11, 2000)
EVENT: Anthony Center Seeks Input on Action Plan for Women's Issues
(May 11, 2000)
Willis Awarded Fellowship to Teach in Moscow
(May 2, 2000)
Reading Holds a Valued Place in Teaching Math, Authors Say
(May 2, 2000)
Give it a Thought-and Make it So
(May 1, 2000)
Rochester Anthropologist Oversees Tourism Research
(April 28, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester 150th Commencement Highlights Peace Corps director to address sesquicentennial graduating class, receive medal
(April 27, 2000)
EVENT: Seventh Annual Polish Youth Concert
(April 24, 2000)
Engineers Unravel the Forces that Shape Our Heart
(April 21, 2000)
Machine Cuts Once-Impossible Shapes for Optics
(April 20, 2000)
A Chance for Teachers to Research Needs of Their Districts
(April 18, 2000)
A Chance for Teachers to Research Needs of Their Districts
(April 18, 2000)
Nature's Cycles in a Fractal State of Mind
(April 18, 2000)
Homerin Awarded Fellowship for Research in Egypt
(April 17, 2000)
EVENT: "What Holds the Words: Selections from the William and Hannelore Heyen Collection," an exhibition of books and one-of-a-kind inscribed documents
(April 13, 2000)
Chemical 'Crumbs' from Microbes' Snacks Provide a Trail to Ancient, Remote Life
(April 13, 2000)
EVENT: Sigma Delta Tau's "Fast Feat," a five-kilometer walk/run to raise money for Prevent Child Abuse America
(April 12, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester Wind Ensemble and Choir Performance
(April 11, 2000)
EVENT: "Anthropology Expo 2000: Globalize Your Perspective," senior seminar projects on display
(April 11, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester River Jazz Ensemble Concert
(April 11, 2000)
Teachers Recognized for Excellence by Warner School
(April 11, 2000)
EVENT: University Alumnus Maurice Isserman to Discuss New Book
(April 7, 2000)
EVENT: Radiance Dance Theater's annual spring show, "Attention Please!!"
(April 6, 2000)
EVENT: New Event Spotlights Student Research, Creativity
(April 5, 2000)
EVENT: "Race, Foster Care, and the Politics of Abandonment: New York City in Depression and War, 1935-1960," lecture by David Rosner, co-director of the Program in the History of Public Health and Medicine at Columbia University.
(April 5, 2000)
Greece Schools, University Collaborate Commitment to understanding disability, inclusion makes district a model
(April 4, 2000)
EVENT: A Presentation by Feminist, Activist, and Author Carol Adams on the "Sexual Politics of Meat"
(April 3, 2000)
EVENT: Boys! Be Ambitious! the Last Film in the Japan Foundation 2000 Film Series
(April 3, 2000)
U.S. News Lists Graduate Rankings at University of Rochester
(March 31, 2000)
Top Integrated Circuit Designer Receives Fulbright, Ieee Honors
(March 31, 2000)
EVENT: Performance by Composer, Singer, and Cellist Robert Een
(March 30, 2000)
EVENT: "Community Struggles in the Age of Globalization," a lecture by anthropologist Steven Gregory of New York University
(March 29, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester Tropicana '00 celebration
(March 28, 2000)
EVENT: "Popular Visuality and High Art," a lecture by Cornell University artists Iftikhar and Elizabeth Dadi
(March 28, 2000)
EVENT: Turkish Music, Dance Spotlighted on University Campus
(March 28, 2000)
EVENT: Earth Day Celebration
(March 27, 2000)
New Department of Biomedical Engineering Created
(March 27, 2000)
EVENT: Top Political Analysts Look at Senate Race
(March 24, 2000)
EVENT: Ambitious Iliad Staged by University Theatre
Production Bases Two-Part Presentation on Award-Winning Modern Translation
(March 24, 2000)
Five Scientists' Work Named Best of Year by Optical Society
(March 23, 2000)
EVENT: Reading by Award-Winning Poet Frank Bidart
(March 23, 2000)
Educators Explore Methods to Enhance Their Field
(March 22, 2000)
EVENT: Past, Present, Future Converge in Series on Women
(March 21, 2000)
EVENT: "Elmer Adler and the Pynson Printers," an exhibit of books from the Rochester native, printer and book collector
(March 21, 2000)
Students Break a Sweat in New Athletic Complex Outside retains architectural gem, inside offers the best for exercise, sports
(March 20, 2000)
EVENT: Library Dedicates New Heyen Collection
(March 16, 2000)
EVENT: Sneak preview of High Fidelity, starring John Cusack
(March 15, 2000)
EVENT: Poetry reading by Pulitzer Prize winner Mark Strand
(March 14, 2000)
EVENT: Reading by Novelist Nicole Mones, Winner of Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize
(March 14, 2000)
"The Future of Teacher Education: Questions that Matter," a lecture by Boston College professor Marilyn Cochran-smith
(March 14, 2000)
EVENT: Native Voices 2000 Tells of Research, Inspiration Annual feast for the mind focuses on Native American women as leaders
(March 13, 2000)
University Professor Holds Poetry Symposium
(March 13, 2000)
EVENT: "Coming of Age in Japan," film series from The Japan Foundation
(March 13, 2000)
Women's Writing Teams Challenge Concepts of Authorship
(March 8, 2000)
EVENT: "Sketches of Ordinary People," a performance by poet, playwright, and actress Sarah Jones
(March 8, 2000)
EVENT: Fundraising a cappella concert sponsored by the Kappa Delta Sorority
(March 7, 2000)
EVENT: SIMCON XXII, Rochester's largest simulation gaming convention
(March 3, 2000)
EVENT: Renowned Feminist Leader Patricia Ireland Visits Rochester
President of the National Organization for Women will discuss emerging women's issues
(March 2, 2000)
EVENT: "The Foundations of Epistemology," a presentation by Princeton University professor Gilbert Harman
(March 1, 2000)
Using Volcanoes to Take the Ocean's Pulse
(February 29, 2000)
EVENT: Sneak preview of Erin Brockovich, starring Julia Roberts
(February 29, 2000)
Robert Bates Awarded Riker Prize for Political Science
(February 28, 2000)
EVENT: "Toward a Lyric History of India," a lecture by University of Michigan Professor Aamir Mufti
(February 28, 2000)
EVENT: Reading by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Louise Glück
(February 28, 2000)
Laser Laboratory Offers High School Summer Research Program
(February 25, 2000)
Women's Caucus Honors Staff Member as Woman of the Year
(February 24, 2000)
EVENT: Korea Night, a celebration of Korean culture
(February 24, 2000)
Career Day for Athletes Targets Sports Connections
(February 24, 2000)
Gravity Research Smooths Car Rides, Creates Jobs
(February 22, 2000)
EVENT: Engineering Week Pits Students Against Laws of Physics
(February 22, 2000)
EVENT: "Slouching Toward Ambivalence: History, Anthropology, and Postcolonial Critique," a lecture by Nicholas Bernard Dirks of Columbia University
(February 21, 2000)
Expert Discusses Emotional Investment in Teaching
(February 18, 2000)
Alumnus Honored for Solving Great Physics Puzzle
(February 18, 2000)
EVENT: Expert Discusses Emotional Investment in Teaching
(February 18, 2000)
University Choir Travels to Italy
(February 17, 2000)
'Smart' Fiber Optics Usher in the Next Generation of Communication by Looking out for Themselves
(February 16, 2000)
Alternative Spring Break is Set to Make Waves Again
(February 15, 2000)
University Center Announces Strategic Plan, New Name and Logo New Initiative Includes Program To Support Networking for Women in Local Government
(February 15, 2000)
EVENT: Dance Group Freefall (ltd), part of the Dance Program's Performing Artist Series
(February 14, 2000)
EVENT: Clark Series Brings Three Major Poets to Campus
(February 14, 2000)
EVENT: "Dos Voces: Mujeres Latinas" ("Two Voices: Latina Women"), an exhibit by Artists Yolanda Daliz and Anita Welych
(February 14, 2000)
EVENT: "The Movement to End Child Labor and Sweatshops," a presentation by Charles Kernaghan, the executive director of the National Labor Committee
(February 11, 2000)
Lung Ailments Come with the Paycheck for Wide Swath of Workers
(February 10, 2000)
Author Presents Seminar on Identity Politics
(February 9, 2000)
EVENT: Author Presents Seminar on Identity Politics
(February 9, 2000)
Students at Forefront of the Safe Zone Campaign
(February 8, 2000)
EVENT: English Department Colloquium lecture on "Mourning America: Emerson and the Guano of History," by Princeton University professor Eduardo Cadava
(February 8, 2000)
EVENT: Seventh Annual Gender and Women's Studies Graduate Student Interdisciplinary Conference
(February 8, 2000)
EVENT: Exhibit of New Paintings by David Walsh on Display
(February 4, 2000)
EVENT: "killing Cool: Igniting the Soul of Society," a talk by actor and activist Derrick Ashong
(February 4, 2000)
EVENT: "Object Into Object?: Some Thoughts on the Presence of Black Women in Early Modern Culture," a presentation by Georgetown University English professor Kim Hall
(February 3, 2000)
EVENT: Black History Month Celebrated at University
(February 3, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphonic Wind Ensemble Concert
(February 2, 2000)
EVENT: Midwinter Jamboree, a performance by the Yellowjackets, an a cappella ensemble
(February 2, 2000)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra Concert
(February 2, 2000)
EVENT: Pan-African Exposition
(January 31, 2000)
EVENT: Spring Movies Planned for University of Rochester River Campus
(January 31, 2000)
EVENT: "Chicken Gumbo for the Multicultural Soul," a talk given by Washington, D.C., news reporter Elliott Lewis
(January 31, 2000)
EVENT: Second City National Touring Company, an Improvisational Comedy Troupe
(January 26, 2000)
EVENT: Choreographer/dancer Claire Porter, in the Dance Program's Performing Artist Series
(January 25, 2000)
EVENT: Fiona Apple Concert
(January 25, 2000)
EVENT: Chinese Student Association Presents China Night and Awareness Week
(January 24, 2000)
EVENT: Sneak Preview of Boiler Room
(January 24, 2000)
EVENT: "Black Authors: A Voice for the People," an exhibition of portraits and biographical sketches of famous African-American authors
(January 20, 2000)
EVENT: Historian Will Discuss New Holocaust Evidence
(January 20, 2000)
EVENT: Dance Program Sponsors Trip to Show in Toronto
(January 19, 2000)
EVENT: Spring Movies Planned for University of Rochester River Campus
(January 19, 2000)
EVENT: "Time and Temporal Parts," a talk by Syracuse University philosophy professor Theodore Sider
(January 19, 2000)
Teen Makes Semi-finals in National Competition for His Research on World's Most Powerful Laser
(January 19, 2000)
EVENT: "the Recompense of Saint Orenthal," An exhibit by artist Shawn Dunwoody
(January 19, 2000)
EVENT: 9th Annual Crimson and Crème Ball, Sponsored by The Pi Beta Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
(January 19, 2000)
From the Iceman to the Shroud: How a Physicist's Work is Providing Answers to a Range of Mysteries
(January 19, 2000)
Economist Walter Oi Honored by U.S. Defense Department
(January 18, 2000)
EVENT: Klezmer Dance Extravaganza, Featuring the 12 Corners Klezmer Band
(January 18, 2000)
Warner School Recognized with Two State Grants focus on teacher preparation, student performance attracts funding for five years
(January 17, 2000)
EVENT: Susan B. Anthony Center Salutes Women's Successes program Also Marks 100 Years of Women's Education at the University
(January 17, 2000)
EVENT: Historian will Discuss New Holocaust Evidence
(January 17, 2000)
New Subscription Series Offered to Dance Program Events
(January 13, 2000)
Student's Work on Artificial Bone Marrow Brings Honors
(January 10, 2000)
Work of Counselors Demands Community Connections
(January 7, 2000)
EVENT: Work of Counselors Demands Community Connections
(January 7, 2000)
Center for Future Health Receives $1 Million
(January 7, 2000)
EVENT: Library Exhibits Highlight the Presidential, the Daring
(December 23, 1999)
Researcher Heads for Antarctica to Chase Down Climate Data
(December 22, 1999)
Expert in Visual Culture Receives Rockefeller Fellowship
(December 22, 1999)
Author's First Novel Wins Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize
(December 20, 1999)
Local Program with Global Reach Commended in Surgeon General's Report on Mental Health
(December 16, 1999)
Political Scientist Appointed to Wilson Professorship
(December 16, 1999)
Roach Named Director of Purchasing, Auxiliary Operations
(December 15, 1999)
Peer-Led Teaching Program Wins National Recognition
(December 14, 1999)
Hewlett-Packard Licenses University's 'Blue Noise Mask'
(December 10, 1999)
Local Scholar to Head North American Arthurian Society
(December 8, 1999)
EVENT: Physics, Music Come Together for Holiday Concert
(December 8, 1999)
EVENT: These Students' Grades Really are Up in the Air
(December 3, 1999)
EVENT: Performance by Vocal Point
(December 2, 1999)
Political Scientist Appointed to Watson Professorship
(November 30, 1999)
Researchers to Study Smokers' Health
(November 24, 1999)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphonic Wind Ensemble Concert
(November 23, 1999)
Faith-Based Band Marks Cd Release with Free Concert
(November 23, 1999)
EVENT: University Embraces Religious Diversity
(November 23, 1999)
EVENT: Scholar in Cultural Studies Presents Owens Lecture
(November 22, 1999)
EVENT: Sections of Aids Quilt on Display at University
(November 19, 1999)
EVENT: Performance by University of Rochester Gospel Choir
(November 19, 1999)
EVENT: Performance by University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra
(November 18, 1999)
EVENT: The University of Rochester International Theatre Program Presents Stephen Jeffreys' The Libertine, Directed by Mervyn Willis
(November 17, 1999)
EVENT: Poetry Reading by Thom Ward for the Hyam Plutzik Memorial Poetry Series
(November 16, 1999)
EVENT: Exhibition of recent works by California-based artist Elizabeth Stephens
(November 16, 1999)
EVENT: "Chaos, Fractals, and the Internet," a talk given by Boston University mathematics professor Robert Devaney
(November 12, 1999)
EVENT: "Giving it Up for the Year 2000: A Charity Concert," benefit for CHILD And FOODLINK
(November 12, 1999)
EVENT: "Play Twister" Benefit Game
(November 9, 1999)
EVENT: Performance by the River Jazz Ensemble
(November 9, 1999)
Dark Side of Chivalry Explored in New Book
(November 9, 1999)
EVENT: Vietnamese Students' Association Jam Nite Dance
(November 8, 1999)
EVENT: "Serbia, Kosovo, and the NATO World Order," a talk by Svetozar Stojanovic, part of the Skalny Lecture and Artist Series
(November 8, 1999)
Leading International Feminist Artist to Give Local Talk
Mary Kelly is Visiting Scholar at University's Susan B. Anthony Institute
(November 5, 1999)
Professor Named Fellow of Microbiology Academy
(November 4, 1999)
EVENT: Renowned Philosopher Visits University
(November 4, 1999)
EVENT: "Crafts Under Glass" craft sale
(November 3, 1999)
EVENT: The Asian Expo
(November 3, 1999)
EVENT: "Cultural Survival in Our Time: High Stakes Gamble," part of the Verne Moore History Seminars series
(November 1, 1999)
UR Press Celebrates 10th Anniversary
(November 1, 1999)
Conference Organized to Honor Economist Walter Oi
(November 1, 1999)
EVENT: Interactive Dance Show Created and Performed by Richard Haisma
(November 1, 1999)
Teen Honored for Laser Research at University
(October 28, 1999)
EVENT: AnchorSplash
(October 28, 1999)
EVENT: Sneak Preview of The Green Mile
(October 26, 1999)
Material that Made Car Bumpers Shine Finds a New Role in Rapid Manufacture of Drugs, Dyes
(October 26, 1999)
EVENT: Dance Program to Sponsor Film Series
(October 26, 1999)
EVENT: Mother/Son, a one-act play about the relationship between a Jewish mother and her gay son
(October 21, 1999)
EVENT: Lecture/demonstration by the Limón Dance Company, a renowned modern dance repertory company
(October 21, 1999)
EVENT: 1999 Polish Film Festival
(October 20, 1999)
Anthropologist Studies Culture Through Soft Drinks
(October 19, 1999)
EVENT: Talk by John Douglas, former head of the FBI's Investigative Support Unit
(October 19, 1999)
EVENT: "Making of Greatest Games of the Century," a review by Curt Smith
(October 19, 1999)
EVENT: Performance by the University of Rochester Symphonic Wind Ensemble
(October 18, 1999)
EVENT: University of Rochester Brings the Roots to Campus
(October 18, 1999)
EVENT: Performance by the University Symphony Orchestra
(October 18, 1999)
Sheila Ryan to Receive University Center Award
(October 18, 1999)
Nominees Sought for Jane R. Plitt Scholarship Two Students Were First Recipients Last Spring
(October 18, 1999)
EVENT: The Lucky Rubber Ducky Contest
(October 18, 1999)
EVENT: Performances by a cappella groups, the Yellowjackets and Vocal Point
(October 12, 1999)
EVENT: Noted Scholar Discusses Impact of Decreased Civic Participation
(October 12, 1999)
EVENT: "ellipsis," exhibition of recent works by Therese Bolliger, David Merritt, and Sylvia Ptak
(October 12, 1999)
EVENT: Warner School Presents Program on Media, Democracy
(October 11, 1999)
EVENT: Anthropologist Gives Annual Morgan Lecture
(October 11, 1999)
EVENT: Conversation and Book Signing with Gerald Gamm, Political Science Professorand Author of Urban Exodus: Why the Jews Left Boston and the Catholics Stayed
(October 11, 1999)
Chu, Williams Join University Board of Trustees
(October 8, 1999)
EVENT: Big Names in Crew Sign on for Stonehurst Regatta
(October 6, 1999)
EVENT: The University of Rochester International Theatre Program presents George Etherege's The Man of Mode, directed by Mervyn Willis
(October 6, 1999)
Joanna Scott Receives Lannan Foundation Literary Award
(October 5, 1999)
EVENT: Lecture by Grzegorz Kolodko, key architect of economic reforms in Poland, on "The Russian Syndrome: Whither Post-communism?"
(October 5, 1999)
EVENT: Music From Turkey Features Folk and Religious Songs
(October 4, 1999)
EVENT: "Last Call . . . A Sobering Look at Alcohol Abuse"
(October 4, 1999)
EVENT: "Conversations" Address Economic and Work Issues for Women
(September 30, 1999)
EVENT: Acclaimed Poet to Give Reading and Lecture at University
(September 30, 1999)
EVENT: "Miracles and Marvels: How 'Other' was the Middle Ages," a talk by Caroline Walker Bynum, Schapiro Professor of History at Columbia University, as part of the Helen Ann Robbins Lecture Series.
(September 29, 1999)
Students Promote Gandhi and Community Service Congresswoman Slaughter is keynote speaker for day's events
(September 29, 1999)
$1 Million Kresge Grant Designated for Athletic Complex
(September 28, 1999)
EVENT: Klezmer Dance Extravaganza, Featuring the 12 Corners Klezmer Band
(September 27, 1999)
Physics Student Named One of Nation's Top Researchers
(September 27, 1999)
EVENT: Sneak Preview of Three to Tango
(September 24, 1999)
EVENT: "Apparently Circular Dispositional 'Analysis'," a colloquium talk by Jeffrey King
(September 24, 1999)
EVENT: "Advanced Medical Technology on a Personal Scale," a talk by Philippe Fauchet, director of the Center for Future Health
(September 24, 1999)
'Adrianfest' Honors Career of Rochester Physicist
(September 23, 1999)
EVENT: University Theater Boasts Unique Season
(September 23, 1999)
EVENT: Sixties Radical to Speak on Prison System
(September 21, 1999)
Rochester, Texas A&M to Begin Relationship
(September 20, 1999)
EVENT: ASL Grads Discuss Education and Career Options
(September 20, 1999)
EVENT: Homecoming Concert by the a Cappella Group, the Yellowjackets
(September 16, 1999)
EVENT: "Do Americans Still Have a Dream?" a talk by Andrew Delbanco, Julian Clarence Levi professor in the humanities at Columbia University.
(September 16, 1999)
EVENT: "Religion and Welfare: The Case for Catholic Charities USA," a talk by John Coleman, S.J., noted sociologist of religion
(September 16, 1999)
Physicist Named Outstanding Young Investigator
(September 14, 1999)
Neuroscientist Wins Mcknight Scholar Award
(September 7, 1999)
A Call for Manuscripts in New Medical Series
(September 7, 1999)
EVENT: Named Deanship Recognizes Sproull Gift
(September 7, 1999)
EVENT: Convocation Honors Goergen Award Winners
(September 7, 1999)
EVENT: 27th Annual Book Fair Hosted by Friends of the University of Rochester Libraries
(September 3, 1999)
EVENT: Sneak Preview of Three Kings
(September 2, 1999)
EVENT: Exhibition of Recent Work by Local Artist Sarah Webb
(September 2, 1999)
Special Funds, Career Center Support Student Summer Jobs
(August 30, 1999)
Writer Cristina Garcia to Read From Prize-winning Novel
(August 30, 1999)
EVENT: Writer Cristina Garcia to Read From Prize-Winning Novel
(August 30, 1999)
Pifer Named Director of Facilities and Services
(August 27, 1999)
EVENT: Local Students to Present Results of Summer Research
(August 24, 1999)
Wilson Day is Synonymous with Community Service
(August 23, 1999)
Rescuing Brain Cells in Stroke Patients from the Brink of Suicide
(August 23, 1999)
Mathematics Professor Named to Fayerweather Chair
(August 18, 1999)
Neuroscientist Receives $1.1 Million to Study Brain Circuitry, Motivation
(August 16, 1999)
Psychologist to be Honored Twice by National Organization
(August 9, 1999)
Scientist Who Helped Shape Chemistry Department Dies
(July 30, 1999)
Scientist Who Helped Shape Chemistry Department Dies
(July 30, 1999)
Super Slurry From Belarus Polishes U.S. Optics
(July 30, 1999)
University Vision Team Part of $20 Million Research Center
(July 30, 1999)
University Dean Recognized for Ultrasound Research
(July 27, 1999)
Dental Researcher William Bowen Honored
(July 23, 1999)
Cooper Named Associate Vice President at Rochester
(July 22, 1999)
University of Rochester Acquires Poetry Archive
(July 20, 1999)
Name Change for Department Oveseeing Recreation, Sports
(July 20, 1999)
Fauchet Elected Fellow of Two Scientific Societies
(July 16, 1999)
Art Professor Recognized for Libraries Project
(July 6, 1999)
EVENT: "Paper Forms," an Exhibition by Artist Cinda Kelly
(June 29, 1999)
History Professor Awarded Research Fellowship
(June 29, 1999)
Scientists Target Microbe with Sleeker Antisense Agent
(June 25, 1999)
Lead Exposure Increases Risk of Cavities in Children, Adults
(June 23, 1999)
Can Life in Nursing Homes be Meaningful? Warner School team studies whether changes in organizational culture improve life
(June 23, 1999)
EVENT: Summer Institute for Art Scholars Offers Free Lectures
(June 17, 1999)
Janet Wolff Chosen for Humanities Fellowship at Cornell
(June 16, 1999)
Center Aims to Evaluate Whether Education Reforms Deliver on Promises to Improve America's Schools
(June 8, 1999)
Friends of Libraries Announce Gifts, New Member, Award
(June 8, 1999)
Warner School Doctoral Student Receives Fellowship
(June 3, 1999)
Conference Addresses Ideology, Politics of Inclusion
(May 21, 1999)
EVENT: Summer Science Opportunities for Local Students Abound
(May 21, 1999)
EVENT: Warner School Offers Institute on Catholic Education
(May 20, 1999)
Historian Appointed to Newly Endowed Chair
(May 19, 1999)
Raffaella Borasi Named to Frederica Warner Chair
(May 19, 1999)
University Launches a Center for Future Health to Bring High-tech, Low-cost Health Care to the Home
(May 18, 1999)
Engineering Students Learn From Real-Life Team Project
(May 17, 1999)
EVENT: Author Chronicles Generations of Polish-American Women
(May 17, 1999)
New Program Geared to Teachers Seeking Leadership Roles
(May 14, 1999)
Trustee Announces $2 Million Gift to Athletic Center
(May 14, 1999)
University Taps Former Long Island Legislator for Post
(May 13, 1999)
EVENT: Warner School Confers Diplomas May 16
(May 10, 1999)
EVENT: Nan Johnson to be Feted for Distinguished Career
(May 10, 1999)
Vigorous Job Market Welcomes Diverse UR Grads
(May 7, 1999)
University Chamber Orchestra Travels to Italy
(May 5, 1999)
EVENT: Partnerships That Work
(April 28, 1999)
Leading Psychology Journal Based in Rochester
(April 28, 1999)
Graduate Students Receive Awards for Excellence in Teaching
(April 28, 1999)
A Chance for Teachers to Research Needs of their Districts
(April 27, 1999)
University of Rochester 149th Commencement Highlights
(April 27, 1999)
$5 Million Funds University Project in Futuristic Plastics
(April 23, 1999)
Laser Pointer Helps Parkinson's Patients Take Next Step
(April 22, 1999)
EVENT: "Academic Life: Is It Worth It?", a lecture and discussion by Julius Getman
(April 20, 1999)
EVENT: Students Perform Musical Theater Favorites
(April 19, 1999)
Student Earns Honors as Outstanding Employee
(April 19, 1999)
Local Teachers Receive Awards from Warner School
(April 19, 1999)
Conference Attracts Researchers in Human Motivation
(April 15, 1999)
EVENT: Panel discussion on "Women in Finance," part of a series on careers, "Working Women: The '90s and Beyond"
(April 15, 1999)
EVENT: "Nature Vs. Nurture," a panel discussion on child development
(April 14, 1999)
EVENT: "Permeated Room," an exhibition by artist Becky Simmons
(April 14, 1999)
Famous Activist with Rochester Connection Subject of Exhibit
(April 9, 1999)
Searching for Life in Ancient, Remote, and Even Extra-Terrestrial Locales
(April 9, 1999)
EVENT: Chicana History Scholar to Open Women's Conference
(April 7, 1999)
"Falling Bodies: Themes of Ascent and Descent in Ghost in the Shell," a lecture and a screening of the Japanese animated film, Ghost in the Shell
(April 5, 1999)
Photograph Reflects War, Value of Student Debate
(April 2, 1999)
New Director of Risk Management Appointed
(April 2, 1999)
Ethnography Center Creates a Magnet for Projects
(March 30, 1999)
EVENT: Political Science Spring Seminars Continue in April
(March 29, 1999)
Campus Celebrates Religious Diversity
(March 29, 1999)
University Hosts Benefit for Injured Alumna Athlete
(March 29, 1999)
Campus Celebrates Gay Pride Week
(March 26, 1999)
Friends of the University of Rochester Libraries Establishes Graduate Dissertation Fund
(March 25, 1999)
Vanderzwaag Named Director of Athletics and Recreation
(March 24, 1999)
Chemistry Professor Wins National Teaching Award
(March 24, 1999)
Rates for 1999-2000 Set at University of Rochester
(March 23, 1999)
Top Political Writer Looks at Campaign 2000
(March 23, 1999)
'Motion Blindness,' Not Just Poor Memory, Causes Alzheimer's Patients to Lose Their Way
(March 22, 1999)
Novelist's Student Journal Published as 3 Millionth Volume
(March 22, 1999)
Emerson Foundation Gift Designated for Sports Complex
(March 19, 1999)
"Role Models, Heroes and the Inconsolability of Teaching Education," a talk by Warren Crichlow
(March 19, 1999)
U.S. News Lists University Programs in Graduate Rankings
(March 18, 1999)
Lecture/performance by violinist Martha Curtis, a seizure-free epileptic
(March 16, 1999)
Congresswoman Slaughter to Speak at Teacher Award Ceremony
(March 12, 1999)
New Scholarship Available to Exceptional Female Students
(March 11, 1999)
Getty Continues Support of International Art Institute
(March 11, 1999)
"The Twilight of Common Dreams: How the Right Was Able to Tie Us in Impeachment Knots and Other American Conundrums," lecture by noted author and social critic Todd Gitlin
(March 11, 1999)
Feminist Leader to Speak at Event Honoring Nan Johnson
(March 10, 1999)
Symposia on Contemporary Native American Issues Scheduled
(March 9, 1999)
Dance Program Sponsors Trip to Show in Toronto
(March 9, 1999)
New Series Brings Major Writers Kennedy, Ondaatje, and Paley to Campus
(March 3, 1999)
University of Rochester Press Appoints Acquisitions Editor
(March 1, 1999)
EVENT: University to Host Women Historians' Conference
(March 1, 1999)
Jewish Advocate Edgar Bronfman is Commencement Speaker
(February 23, 1999)
Tynan Named University's First Chief Information Officer
(February 22, 1999)
Warner School Doctoral Student Receives Scholarship
(February 22, 1999)
Internationally Recognized Physicist Joins University Faculty
(February 12, 1999)
"Star Wars" Technology Finds A Surprise in Our Eyes
Clearest Images of Retina Reveal Remarkable Randomness
(February 10, 1999)
Novel Material for Displays Eats Less Energy
(February 10, 1999)
Major Gift Continues 'Renaissance' of Library
(February 8, 1999)
A Real Smart ASP: Snakes Show Surprising Ability to Learn
(February 4, 1999)
"Developing Democratic Citizens," a conference on teaching social education K-16
(February 2, 1999)
Scholar to Discuss Use of New Media in Education
(February 2, 1999)
Volunteers Form Hospitality Core for Conference
(February 2, 1999)
EVENT: Warner School Presents Educational Leadership Institute
(February 1, 1999)
Political Scientist on Team Observing Elections in China
(February 1, 1999)
Professor Who Helped Build Engineering Department Dies
(February 1, 1999)
Superconductors See the Light at Shorter Wavelengths
(January 28, 1999)
Political Science at Rochester Ranked No. 3
(January 27, 1999)
Pittsford Teens Honored for Laser Research at University
(January 26, 1999)
EVENT: Spring Movies Planned for University of Rochester Campus
(January 25, 1999)
EVENT: 8th Annual Crimson & Creme Benefit Ball
(January 20, 1999)
Susan B. Anthony Center Salutes Women's Successes
(January 18, 1999)
Growing Up on Their Own: Smart Plastics Organize Themselves into Useful Optical Devices
(January 15, 1999)
Work at 'B Factory' Earns University Physicist a Top Prize
(January 13, 1999)
Alumna Gift Will Reward Graduate Teaching
(January 12, 1999)
School Counselors Network, Hear Speakers at Conference
(January 8, 1999)
Knowledge of Civics Makes Good Showing Nationally But some naive views of U.S. political system may turn teenagers into cynical adults
(January 7, 1999)
Professor Elected President of Psychology Society
(January 4, 1999)
Board Formed to Advise on High-Tech Inventions
(December 23, 1998)
Public Speaking Competition Initiated on Campus
(December 22, 1998)
Bones of Crocodile-Like Beasts Tell Tale of Arctic Warming
(December 18, 1998)
Conference Room Dedicated to Former UHS Director
(December 18, 1998)
Pair From Mt. Hope Family Center Begin Pilot Program
(December 17, 1998)
Newly Approved Treatment Available for Hepatitis C Patients
(December 11, 1998)
Hours Limited at Customer Service Center During Break
(December 1, 1998)
Speaker Discusses Holistic Medical Practices from India
(December 1, 1998)
Residential Campus Network Expands to 2,000th User
(November 30, 1998)
Political Scientist Appointed to Watson Professorship
(November 24, 1998)
Scientists Finger a Molecular Kingpin in Body's Response to Cigarettes
(November 23, 1998)
World Premiere
(November 10, 1998)
$500,000 Grant Helps Spawn New Imaging Curriculum
(November 9, 1998)
Engineering Department Name Change Reflects Emphasis on Computers
(September 29, 1998)
National Speaker on Motivating Students Addresses Educators at Annual Assessment Conference
(September 18, 1998)
University Appoints Professor to Endowed Chair
(September 18, 1998)
Geophysicist Named Fellow of Geological Society
(September 15, 1998)
University Alumnus Nominated for Nation's Top Geologist Post
(September 14, 1998)
Adaptation's Basis May be a Mix of Genetic Tweaks, Whoppers
(September 9, 1998)
Professor Selected for Fellowship in Ethics
(August 26, 1998)
Political Scientist Selected as Visiting Scholar
(August 7, 1998)
Donald Kane Among 20 U.S. Scientists to Win 1998 Pew Awards
(July 27, 1998)
Major Gift Restores Periodical Reading Room in Library
(July 23, 1998)
Professor Addresses International Audience on Violence
(July 23, 1998)
Magma's Makeup Yields New Clues to Catastrophic Eruptions
(July 22, 1998)
Continuing Campaign Encourages Campus to 'Think Safe'
(July 22, 1998)
Epilepsy Drugs Useful to Treat Alzheimer's, Studies Find
(July 21, 1998)
Warner School Professor Selected as Senior Fellow
(July 21, 1998)
Romanians Meet at University to Discuss Their "Jewel"
(July 17, 1998)
Forum 98 Sets Forth a Call to Action
(July 17, 1998)
No S'mores Here: Two Day Camps Boost Girls' Science Savvy
(July 15, 1998)
Harm Potter, Beloved University Ambassador, Dies
(July 10, 1998)
$2 Million Parkinson's Study to Look for Environmental Role
(July 1, 1998)
Professor Lionel Mckenzie Honored by Japanese University
(June 30, 1998)
Summer Institute for Art Scholars Offers Free Lectures
(June 29, 1998)
University of Rochester Press Publishes 100th Book
(June 26, 1998)
New York Actress and Rochester Mayor Share Stage for Suffrage Play
(June 26, 1998)
Psychologist Elected to National Board on Autism Research
(June 26, 1998)
Psychologist Speaks at London Session on Children's Needs
(June 24, 1998)
A Hint Why Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer Ultimately Fails
(June 23, 1998)
Center for Visual Science Receives $1.5 Million
(June 18, 1998)
David Williams Wins Optical Society's Tillyer Award
(June 17, 1998)
Anthropologist Selected as Visiting Scholar
(June 16, 1998)
Physicists Flock to Caribbean Island in Biennial Rite
(June 15, 1998)
Warner School Graduate Wins Fulbright Grant
(May 29, 1998)
Kids Wrap Up Preschool with Demos on Science
(May 29, 1998)
History Faculty Member Awarded Prestigious Book Prize
(May 26, 1998)
Clifford B. Reifler, Former University Health Service Director, Dies
(May 18, 1998)
New Airway's 'Smarts' Ensure that Patients Get Plenty of Oxygen
(May 8, 1998)
Psychologist Selected for Local Mental Health Award
(May 8, 1998)
Warner School Offers Institute on Catholic Education
(May 6, 1998)
Educational Tradition Passed Through Four Generations
(May 1, 1998)
Chance for Teachers to Research Needs of Their Districts
(April 29, 1998)
Rush Rhees to Remove Card Catalog
(April 29, 1998)
Image-Compression Method Tames Flood of Ultrasound Data
(April 29, 1998)
Math Awareness Week 1998 Aims to Heighten Math's Image
(April 28, 1998)
As Elders Rock, Emotional Burden of Dementia Eases
(April 27, 1998)
University of Rochester 148th Commencement Highlights
(April 23, 1998)
Retired University Vice President Robert France Dies
(April 15, 1998)
Scholarship in South Africa Honors Sam Nolutshungu
(April 13, 1998)
Conference Examines Origins of Racial Discontent in U.S.
(April 13, 1998)
University Establishes Library for Contemporary Writing Center honoring Hyam Plutzik is anchored by collection of poet William Heyen
(April 10, 1998)
Conference Salutes Title IX and Achievements in Women's Sports Careers, Leadership and Marketing are Explored in First-Ever Zaharias Sports Institute
(April 8, 1998)
"Breast Cancer Issues: From Diagnosis to Reconstruction," lecture with Wende Logan-Young, founder of the Elizabeth Wende Breast Clinic in Rochester, and Nora Jacobson of the University of Wisconsin
(April 8, 1998)
Science Camp for Girls Accepting Applications
(April 8, 1998)
Professor Appointed to Committee on Status of Women
(April 6, 1998)
University of Rochester Professor Receives Fellowship
(April 2, 1998)
UR Messenger Wins Publication of the Year in its First Year
(April 2, 1998)
Five University Students Receive Research Awards
(March 27, 1998)
Wee Objects Dwarf All Previous Self-Assembled Molecules
(March 19, 1998)
Crossing Cultures: Blue-Collar Women in Higher Education
(March 10, 1998)
Laboratory for Laser Energetics High School Summer Research Program
(March 4, 1998)
U.S. News Rates University Graduate Programs Among Country's Best
(February 20, 1998)
U.S. News Rates University Graduate Programs Among Country's Best
(February 20, 1998)
University Professor, Physician Awarded Fulbright Grants
(February 13, 1998)
Seeking Tomorrow's Teachers for Urban Schools
(February 10, 1998)
Physicist Frederick Lobkowicz Dies at 65
(February 6, 1998)
Warner School Presents Institute on Women's Leadership
(February 5, 1998)
Family Values in the Classroom is Lecture Topic
(February 2, 1998)
University of Rochester's Danforth Dining Center Wins National Produce Award
(January 29, 1998)
Visiting Scientists to Use Laser Facility
(January 19, 1998)
Susan B. Anthony Center Salutes Women's Successes
(January 16, 1998)
Innovative Computer Lab to Boost Students' Science Know-how
(January 13, 1998)
Professor Elected President of Philosophy Organization
(January 12, 1998)
Richard H. Schlessinger, Professor of Chemistry, Dies
(December 23, 1997)
Organic Chemistry Made Easy -- by Students' Own Peers
(December 18, 1997)
Astrophysicists Solve Mystery of Gas Flow From Sunspots
(December 4, 1997)
New Study Abroad Program in Israel Caters to Engineers
(December 2, 1997)
One-day program on the impact of the changing family on schools, counselors, and community
(December 1, 1997)
Dana Mukamel Receives Award for Health Care Research
(November 24, 1997)
David Williams Named Allyn Professor of Medical Optics
(November 19, 1997)
John Werren and Lawrence Tabak Named AAAS Fellows
(November 18, 1997)
Professor Wins $73,000 National Grant for Teachers' Seminar
(November 14, 1997)
Howard Kirschenbaum Appointed Frontier Professor of School, Family and Community Relations
(November 13, 1997)
First Goergen Awards Recognize Quality Teaching, Programs that Improve Environment for Undergraduates
(October 27, 1997)
Engineer on NASA's Pathfinder Mission to Speak at University
(October 17, 1997)
A Seat-of-the-Pants Decision is Appropriate in this Case
(October 10, 1997)
New Theater Season Offers Variety with Four Popular Plays
(October 3, 1997)
Research Earns Humboldt Award for Shaul Mukamel
(October 3, 1997)
Professor Wins Grant to Study Post-Communist Countries
(October 1, 1997)
Virginia Dwyer, Distinguished University Trustee, Dies
(October 1, 1997)
Rodowick Pens First U.S. Book on Philosopher's Film Theories Time Machine offers comprehensive Look at Gilles Deleuze's writings about cinema
(September 24, 1997)
Out of Pure Light, Physicists Create Particles of Matter
(September 17, 1997)
New Service: Sports Scores on Line
(September 16, 1997)
Smolin to Present Controversial Views on Origin of Universe
(September 11, 1997)
Seventh annual educators' performance assessment conference presented by the Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development
(September 10, 1997)
Forget Hingis, Rafter: U.S. Open Victory "Goes" to Hsiang
(September 9, 1997)
Local Astronomer Takes Aim at Hyades with Orbiting Telescope
(September 5, 1997)
25th Rochester International Book Fair, Sponsored by the Friends of the University of Rochester Libraries
(September 5, 1997)
Engineering Dean to be Nominated to White House Post
(September 2, 1997)
University Offers Part-Time Courses for Professionals
(August 21, 1997)
Researchers Search for Abandoned Gas Wells for Use in Study
(August 21, 1997)
Performance by comedian Carrot Top
(August 19, 1997)
Rochester Undergraduates Enjoy a Renaissance in Math Teaching
(August 18, 1997)
South African Expert Sam Nolutshungu Dies
(August 14, 1997)
Community auditions for membership in the University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra
(August 13, 1997)
University Publications Unit Wins National Design Award
(August 8, 1997)
Economics Professor Wins NSF Grant
(August 8, 1997)
Volumes From Ellwanger and Barry's Famous Nursery
(August 7, 1997)
University Joins 'Internet2' Effort
(July 28, 1997)
C. David Allis Named Wilson Professor of Biology
(July 25, 1997)
Microlithography Yields Polymers that Emit Patterns of Light
(July 16, 1997)
Sarah Williams Appointed Director of Conference & Events
(June 25, 1997)
University of Rochester's Warner School Gets Grant to Attract Non-Traditional Students to Teaching Profession
(June 23, 1997)
Seka to Lead Division at Rochester's Laser Energetics Lab
(June 17, 1997)
Philosopher, Scholar Lewis White Beck Dies
(June 12, 1997)
Hugh G. Flynn, Expert on the Physics of Bubbles, Dies at 84
(June 6, 1997)
Four Young Scientists Win Grants to Foster Teaching, Research
(June 5, 1997)
Joynt Named Distinguished University Professor
(June 4, 1997)
Rochester Offers Unusual Incentive to get Students Online
(May 28, 1997)
University Students Win Prestigious Fulbright Grants
(May 28, 1997)
Leblanc Named Dean of the Faculty for the College
(May 23, 1997)
Mark Coburn Named Director of Research Projects Office
(May 23, 1997)
Leithner Named Financial Aid Director
(May 22, 1997)
University of Rochester Economics Professor Dies
(May 22, 1997)
University of Rochester Selects "University Partners Group" for Sole Source Planning and Design Services
(May 15, 1997)
Five University Students Receive Research Awards
(May 12, 1997)
"The Heart of the Matter," Summer Institute on Catholic Education
(May 7, 1997)
State Approves Undergraduate Program in Biomedical Engineering
(May 6, 1997)
University of Rochester 147th Commencement Highlights
(April 29, 1997)
Graduate Student Awarded Newcombe Doctoral Fellowship
(April 28, 1997)
Students Named Mellon Fellows in Humanistic Studies
(April 28, 1997)
University Takes Action to Reduce Mercury Use
(April 24, 1997)
Debaters' Top 10 Finish is a First for Rochester Squad
(April 24, 1997)
"Teacher as Scholar" Program
(April 17, 1997)
Noted Scientist to Discuss Physics of Rainbows, Twinkling Stars
(April 17, 1997)
Yo-Yos Help Young Engineers Gain a Can-Do Attitude
(April 17, 1997)
All Space is Not Equal: Physicists Find Axis that Gives the Universe Orientation
(April 17, 1997)
Science Camp for Girls Accepting Applications
(April 17, 1997)
New Polymer Diode is the First to Emit Light of Many Colors
(April 16, 1997)
Cultural Historian, Optics Expert Win Guggenheim Awards
(April 15, 1997)
Internet Magazine Rates College One of 25 Most-wired
(April 10, 1997)
Algier Receives New Professional Award from ACUI
(April 8, 1997)
Rochester Physicist to be Awarded two Honorary Degrees
(April 7, 1997)
A Lecture by Professor Sharon Nelson-Le Gall for Part of the Scandling Lecture Series
(April 4, 1997)
Feinberg Gives Institute for Advanced Study's Von Neumann Lecture
(April 3, 1997)
Researchers Receive $2.3 Million for Gene Therapy Research
(March 25, 1997)
Gage Wins Mathematical Association's Regional Teaching Award
(March 24, 1997)
Tuition Rates for 1997-98 Set at University of Rochester
(March 20, 1997)
59 Area Teachers Receive Teaching Awards From Warner School
(March 19, 1997)
Chemical Engineer Wins Two Patents for Optoelectronic Materials
(March 19, 1997)
With Size Factored in, University of Rochester is Ranked Twelfth
(March 13, 1997)
David Lewis Named Director of University Telecommunications
(March 13, 1997)
Feal Receives Distinguished Fellowship at Stony Brook
(March 7, 1997)
Augmented Reality Goggles May Offer Mere Mortals "X-Ray Vision"
(March 6, 1997)
Team Identifies Switch for Tumor Suppressor Gene
(March 5, 1997)
Chiarenza Named a 1997 Distinguished Alumnus by RIT
(March 3, 1997)
U.S. News Rates Three Graduate Programs Among Country's Best
(February 28, 1997)
Molecular Imposter Rebuts Long-held Tenet of DNA Copying
(February 26, 1997)
EPA Awards Recognize University's Efforts to Reduce Energy Use
(February 21, 1997)
Broadway's Harold Prince to Speak at University Commencement
(February 20, 1997)
Russian Studies Professor Chosen to Lecture at Chapel Hill
(February 7, 1997)
Anne-Marie Algier Named Golden Key Advisor of the Year
(February 5, 1997)
New Book Reveals Scientific Controversy Surrounding Turin Shroud
(January 31, 1997)
$400,000 Grant Helps Engineers Assess Materials' Surfaces
(January 28, 1997)
Susan B. Anthony Center to Celebrate Women's Successes Dinner to feature suffragist's legacy, lifetime achievement award
(January 10, 1997)
Rochester Researchers Win Funding for Work on Quantum Computers
(January 8, 1997)
Book Recounts Evolution of Primary Mental Health Project
(January 3, 1997)
Rochester's Program in Political Science is #1, New Analysis Holds
(December 13, 1996)
Smarter Than You Think: Babies are Amazingly Quick Studies,Psycholinguists Find [Phone numbers of investigators, and Web Site address appear below]
(December 13, 1996)
Culture Has Been Shaping Identity for Centuries, New Book Says
(December 12, 1996)
Professor's Translation Debuts Major Russian Literary Talent Life in a changing world is collection's timeless theme
(December 9, 1996)
$1 Million Grant Helps Establish Biomedical Engineering Program
(December 6, 1996)
Rochester Physicist Wins Career Development Awards From NSF, Doe
(December 6, 1996)
Train Wreck Creates Wonderful Learning Opportunity for Students
(December 5, 1996)
Scientists go Back to School to Change Attitudes About Science
(December 3, 1996)
Light-Emitting Silicon Coupled with Conventional Circuitry
(November 28, 1996)
Albert Brault Named Human Resources Director
(November 27, 1996)
University Music Professor Wins Prestigious National Award
(November 27, 1996)
University Named to Top 15 Schools for Community Service
(November 14, 1996)
History Professor Rubin Elected to American Antiquarian Society
(November 11, 1996)
Fenno Receives Award From Financial Management Association
(November 11, 1996)
University Acquires Henry David Thoreau Collection
(November 7, 1996)
A Surgical Semiconductor Laser with More Precision and Power
(October 29, 1996)
New Book Documents How Women's Activism Helped Mideast Peace
(October 21, 1996)
A New "Phantom" for Testing the Vision of Ultrasound Scanners
(October 18, 1996)
Getting Past Guards Armed with Machine Guns was Unnerving, but Students Discover Scholarly Treasures in Russian Archives
(October 14, 1996)
New Library Information System to Fulfill Long-Held Dream of Putting a Universe of Information on Every Scholarþs Desk
(October 14, 1996)
Students Mark 25th Year with New Polls, Easier Registration
(October 10, 1996)
Aiyagari Named Professor of Economics at University of Rochester
(September 26, 1996)
Michael Ann Holly Named Senior Fellow at National Gallery of Art
(September 24, 1996)
Two New Degree Programs in Biomedical Engineering to be Offered
(September 23, 1996)
Hunk O' Burnin' Love: Your Romantic Outlook Can Help Predict How Long Love Lasts, New Study Finds
(September 19, 1996)
Feinberg Wins Aiche's Prestigious Richard H. Wilhelm Award
(September 19, 1996)
New Study Clarifies Link Between Meteorites and Mass Extinctions
(September 12, 1996)
$12.3 Million Contract to Fund Research into New Optical Elements
(September 9, 1996)
Memorial Service Set for G.J. Su, Who Taught Chemical Engineering
(September 4, 1996)
Debate on Standardized Testing is Focus of Education Conference
(September 4, 1996)
New Equipment Helps Scientists Detect Trace Amounts of Metals
(August 28, 1996)
Rao Named Fellow of American Statistical Association
(August 28, 1996)
Biology Faculty Win Funding for Microscope Facility
(August 21, 1996)
Ten Science Teachers Forego Summer Relaxation for Research
(August 19, 1996)
University Takes the Gold in EPA's Energy-Conservation Program
(August 19, 1996)
Freshman 'Class of 2000' Shows Dramatic Jump in SAT Scores
(August 15, 1996)
Edward Titlebaum Named Vice Provost for Computing
(August 9, 1996)
New Formula Brings Dream of Ultrapowerful DNA Computers Closer
(August 5, 1996)
Optics Student Named Fellow in Integrated Manufacturing
(July 26, 1996)
Ronald F. Dow Named Dean of River Campus Libraries
(July 22, 1996)
NSF Grant Goes Toward More Computers for Student Use
(July 17, 1996)
The Sky's the Limit for Girls in Science
(July 5, 1996)
Student's Paper Wins Top Prize From Cognitive Science Society
(July 1, 1996)
Four Win Distinguished Service Award
(June 21, 1996)
A Mind Reader? This Computer Understands What You Really Want
(June 21, 1996)
Neill F. Sanders Named Dean of Undergraduate Enrollment Policy and Management
(June 13, 1996)
Performance Poets Win University's 1995 Fairchild Award
(June 13, 1996)
High-Schoolers Invited for Summer Academic Experience
(June 11, 1996)
Warner School Professor Wins Teaching Award
(June 4, 1996)
Leonard Mandel Honored by American Academy of Arts and Sciences
(May 22, 1996)
Laboratory for Laser Energetics Announces Teaching Award
(May 22, 1996)
Judith-Ellen Brown Dies at 75; was Former Head of Public Relations
(May 20, 1996)
Scandling Makes New Gifts of $4.75 Million to Warner School
(May 16, 1996)
Interdisciplinary Legal Studies Minor Launched at University
(May 14, 1996)
University of Rochester Students Win Prestigious Fulbright Grants
(May 8, 1996)
University of Rochester Sophomore Wins Goldwater Scholarship
(May 8, 1996)
Two University of Rochester Professors Win Guggenheims
(May 6, 1996)
Interdisciplinary Legal Studies Minor Launched at University
(May 2, 1996)
Lighten Up, Says Warner School Math Educator: Wrong Answers Can Actually Help Students Get Math Right
(May 2, 1996)
Bret Laskarzewski, a Senior Psychology and English Major at
(April 30, 1996)
'Serious Money' Takes Hard Look at Cash and Presidential Campaigns
(April 30, 1996)
Nan Johnson Honored by YWCA for Putting "Women First"
(April 30, 1996)
Johnson to Address TASC Program Graduates at MCC
(April 30, 1996)
Two University of Rochester Adult Students Honored
(April 26, 1996)
Holderle Named Director of University Audit
(April 26, 1996)
University of Rochester 146th Commencement Highlights
(April 25, 1996)
U of R Student Wins Prestigious Churchill Scholarship
(April 25, 1996)
Four University of Rochester Students Receive Research Awards
(April 22, 1996)
University of Rochester Chemist Receives Sloan Fellowship
(April 19, 1996)
Mt. Hope Family Center Receives Grant
(April 17, 1996)
66 Area Teachers Receive Teaching Awards From Warner School
(April 15, 1996)
Meteorites Made Early Earth Life Possible, Science Paper Hints
(April 12, 1996)
Byproduct of Nuclear Reprocessing Still Present in Western New York
(April 9, 1996)
Relax: Now You Can Find Out on the Web if Your College Application is Complete
(March 27, 1996)
Tuition Rates for 1996-97 Set at University of Rochester
(March 25, 1996)
William H. Clark Jr., Professor Emeritus and Former Associate Dean, Dead at 78
(March 22, 1996)
Warner School Creates Institute for Urban Schools and Education
(March 20, 1996)
City Schools Superintendent to Speak at Teacher Award Ceremony
(March 20, 1996)
Dennis G. Hall Named William F. May Professor
(March 19, 1996)
Joseph H. Eberly Named Andrew Carnegie Professor of Physics
(March 18, 1996)
Laboratory for Laser Energetics High School Summer Research Program
(March 14, 1996)
$1.6 Million Bequest to Fund Clark Chair in History Department
(March 14, 1996)
Two Chemists Honored for Research, Teaching, and Service
(March 12, 1996)
U.S. News & World Report Lists Five Graduate Programs Among Tops
(March 7, 1996)
Five Officers of the University of Rochester Receive New Titles
(March 4, 1996)
Dennis O'Brien Named Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar
(March 4, 1996)
"Conflict Between Parents and Adolescents," lecture by Professor Judith Smetana
(March 4, 1996)
University Professor Commended by New Orleans Police
(March 1, 1996)
Prof. Richard S. Eisenberg Named to Tracy Hyde Harris Chair
(March 1, 1996)
New Curriculum Wins Support From Two Major Foundations
(February 23, 1996)
Rochester Students Selected for National Research Conference
(February 22, 1996)
Outreach to Area High School Students Highlights Engineers Week
(February 20, 1996)
University's Arthurian Legends Web Site Named to "Top 5% of the Web"
(February 19, 1996)
Prof. Jeffrey Banks Wins National Academy of Science Award
(February 16, 1996)
Need to get in Shape for the Next Career Move? Take Some Tips from this Acclaimed "Power Networking" Program
(February 14, 1996)
University of Rochester Student Wins Prestigious Poetry Honor
(February 12, 1996)
New Fund is Established for Undergraduate Research
(February 8, 1996)
Exhibit of large-scale sculpture focusing on the force of water
(January 26, 1996)
Optics, Physics Research Among Best of '95
(January 26, 1996)
Optics, Physics Research Among Best of '95
(January 26, 1996)
Rochester Scientist Elected a Director of Optical Society
(January 26, 1996)
Three University of Rochester Students Receive Research Awards
(January 26, 1996)
William Scott Green and Lesley H. Curtis Appointed
(January 26, 1996)
Car Phone Ringing? Maybe it's Emmitt Heading for the End Zone
(January 23, 1996)
Spring Movies Slated for University of Rochester Campus
(January 23, 1996)
Women Executives Will Share Business Advice in Seminars
(January 22, 1996)
Paper in Nature Sheds Light on How Mammals See Motion
(January 17, 1996)
William Scott Green Is Named A Vice Provost; Lesley H. Curtis Becomes Associate Provost
(January 16, 1996)
$6.8 Million Optics Project Funded by Department of Defense
(January 15, 1996)
Novelist Ann Patchett to Receive Prestigious Kafka Prize
(January 9, 1996)
Fifth-Grade Girls to Explore Science Careers, College Life
(January 9, 1996)
Exhibit of Queen Victoria's Personal Memorabilia
(January 5, 1996)
University of Rochester and NEA Create Resource Center
(January 3, 1996)
Research Project Will Examine Why We've Lost Trust in Government and American Society and How We Can Restore Civic Vitality
(December 26, 1995)
Want to Make New Year's Resolutions Really Stick? Motivational Psychologist Shares Five Secrets
(December 11, 1995)
University Publications Unit Wins International Printing Award
(December 8, 1995)
University Music Professor Wins Prestigious Young Scholar Award
(December 7, 1995)
Medical Students Volunteer, Donate $4,000 to Habitat for Humanity
(December 1, 1995)
Four Students Win Concerto Competition
(November 28, 1995)
Board Chairman Robert B. Goergen Gives $10.5 Million to University
(November 20, 1995)
Opinion Research Group Lists John Mueller Book Among Top 50
(November 16, 1995)
Prof. Lionel Mckenzie Honored by Japanese Government
(November 16, 1995)
University Continues Tradition of Giving Over Semester Break
(November 14, 1995)
Black Engineering Students with A Dream Reach Out to Their Younger Colleagues
(November 2, 1995)
NSF Grant to Support Six Graduate Students in Area of Optics
(November 1, 1995)
Four From University Join Non-Profit Center's Board
(October 27, 1995)
William Fullagar, Founding Dean of Education School, Dies at 79
(October 25, 1995)
Rare, Old Films Show Lively Deaf Culture, Linguist Says
(October 24, 1995)
University Buzzing Around for New Yellowjacket and Dandelion Designs
(October 20, 1995)
Moore to Begin Term as President of Optical Society of America
(October 18, 1995)
New Russian Studies Major Opens International Doors
(October 17, 1995)
Daniel R. Wegman Joins University Board of Trustees
(October 16, 1995)
Organizer Protein Marshals Bacterial Forces Against Cellulose
(October 11, 1995)
Sean Culhane Named New Director of University Press
(October 11, 1995)
Prof. Linda Harklau Wins Distinguished Research Award
(October 10, 1995)
The Exam's Not Over 'Til the Modem Says So
(October 9, 1995)
University of Rochester Dean Named 'Best Research Practice' Professor by Australian University
(October 6, 1995)
Prof. Judith Smetana Named to Frederica Warner Chair
(September 29, 1995)
University Wins $1.8 Million Grant for Optical Theory Center
(September 29, 1995)
Warner School Hosts Child Learning Conference
(September 29, 1995)
Language Coordinator Receives Distinguished Teacher Award
(September 26, 1995)
Optics Manufacturing Leaps Forward with New Grinding Formula
(September 26, 1995)
Warner School Hosts Child Learning Conference
(September 25, 1995)
Do Animals "Lie"? Yes, Even to Their Own Kind, Biologist Says
(September 25, 1995)
A Cloaking Device for Top-Secret Faxes
(September 22, 1995)
WRUR Now Among Most Powerful College Stations in State
(September 18, 1995)
About Coach William Mclean
(September 18, 1995)
National Research Council Ranks 4 University PH.D. Programs Among Top 20
(September 12, 1995)
Conference to Discuss How to Test Students Best
(September 11, 1995)
University Scientists Produce 'Schizophrenic' Electron
(August 29, 1995)
Richard H. Heist is Named Associate Dean
(August 23, 1995)
Laser Lab's High School Summer Research Program Launches Scientific Careers for the Class of 2000 and Beyond
(August 22, 1995)
Ancient Catastrophic Volcanic Eruptions Began Near Earth's Core, Paper in Science Shows
(August 10, 1995)
Fund Established in Tribute to Scarsdale Man's Life
(July 26, 1995)
Political Scientist Wins NSF Grant to Begin Studying How Blacks Mobilize in U.S., U.K., and South Africa
(June 26, 1995)
Dr. Jay H. Stein Appointed Vice President/vice Provost For Health Affairs
(June 19, 1995)
Rochester Economics Professor to Receive Medal from UCLA
(June 12, 1995)
World's Most Powerful Ultraviolet Laser Comes On-line
(June 6, 1995)
Warner School Professor to Lead School Reform Study Delegation
(June 6, 1995)
Center for Optics Manufacturing to Receive $3 Million Grant
(June 2, 1995)
500 Scientists to Share Findings on Nature of Light
(May 25, 1995)
Research Center to Receive $10.3 Million
(May 22, 1995)
University Receives EPA Award for Energy Upgrades
(May 22, 1995)
English Department Scholar Awarded Poetry Prize by 'The Nation'
(May 11, 1995)
University Scholar Featured at Civil Rights Commemoration
(May 9, 1995)
American Academy of Arts and Sciences Elects University Professor
(May 8, 1995)
Volunteers Honored by Sojourner House
(May 5, 1995)
"Making Schools Work," a Panel Discussion
(May 5, 1995)
Mt. Hope Family Center Director Honored for Research
(May 5, 1995)
Student Nabs Top Honors in Japanese Speech Contest
(May 2, 1995)
Walter Oi Named Fellow of the American Economic Association
(May 2, 1995)
Institute to Explore the Future of Catholic Education
(April 28, 1995)
Halftone Technology Makes its Way to the Marketplace
(April 27, 1995)
University of Rochester Scholar Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship
(April 25, 1995)
Student Selected to Study Medical Physics in Osaka
(April 24, 1995)
Imaging Newsletter Wins Rochester Award
(April 24, 1995)
Two Scholars Win Sloan Fellowships
(April 18, 1995)
Volcanoes to Mushroom Clouds: sixth graders to see that science in the lab can be a real blast
(April 18, 1995)
Professors Win Teaching Awards
(April 17, 1995)
Two Rochester Students Win NEH Younger Scholars Awards
(April 17, 1995)
Rochester Student Named to All-American Debate Team
(April 13, 1995)
Taking the Fuzz Out of Freeze-Frame Images From Video
(April 3, 1995)
65 Area Teachers Receive Excellence in Teaching Awards
(March 28, 1995)
Scott Nominated for PEN/Faulkner Award
(March 27, 1995)
Elizabeth Dole to Speak at Commencement
(March 24, 1995)
University of Rochester 145th Commencement Highlights
(March 24, 1995)
LLE High School Summer Research Program
(March 23, 1995)
Warner School Conference will Focus on Fostering Values
(March 22, 1995)
University Announces Smallest Tuition Increase in 22 Years
(March 22, 1995)
Rochester Class of '50 to Host President Jackson
(March 16, 1995)
Scientist Receives Optics Prize
(March 14, 1995)
U.S. News & World Report Lists Four Graduate Programs Among Tops
(March 10, 1995)
Ultrasound Expert Robert Waag Named Yates Professor
(March 7, 1995)
Making Pupils Repeat a Grade Slows Them Down in Math, Study Finds
(March 7, 1995)
Residential Quad Walkway Will be Closed to Drive-Through Traffic
(March 6, 1995)
Rochester Physicists Play Key Role in Top Quark Discovery
(March 3, 1995)
Whaddyacallit?
(March 3, 1995)
Talk on Trends in Long-Term Health Care
(February 27, 1995)
New Members of Golden Key National Honor Society
(February 27, 1995)
Students Invent 'Smart' Bike with Automatic Shifting
(February 24, 1995)
Student Named to USA Today's All USA Academic Team
(February 23, 1995)
Can a Massage Make Your Headache Vanish?
(February 21, 1995)
Outreach to Area Women Students Highlights Engineers Week
(February 16, 1995)
W.T. Grant Foundation Awards Grants for Two Research Projects
(February 13, 1995)
Philosophy Department Awards Essay Prize to William and Mary Prof
(February 9, 1995)
Seniors Get in Shape for Big Job Hunt -- Enroll in "Schmooze 101"
(February 7, 1995)
Undergraduate Researchers Selected for National Conference
(February 7, 1995)
Four Students Receive Research Awards
(February 7, 1995)
Treating Teeth with Laser Light Prevents Cavities
(February 3, 1995)
Community Volunteers Welcome in Early Childhood Course
(February 3, 1995)
University Publications Unit Wins Printing Awards
(January 31, 1995)
Task Force Welcomes Student Comments
(January 27, 1995)
Endowment Gift to Fund Organ Concert Series
(January 27, 1995)
Three are Named to Key Posts at the College
(January 26, 1995)
Optics Professor Named Engineering Dean
(January 24, 1995)
Prof. Roberta Fullagar, Reading Specialist, Dead at 77
(January 17, 1995)
Community College President to Teach Classes at University
(January 11, 1995)
Gift-Wrapping Tips for Those Last-Minute Shoppers
(December 15, 1994)
Gavin Named 1994 Winner of Lillian Fairchild Award
(December 12, 1994)
Class on Managing Education Reform
(December 9, 1994)
Students' Final Projects Find a Home in Cyberspace
(December 6, 1994)
Hand Signals From Humans Boost Robot Savvy
(November 28, 1994)
Four Students Win Concerto Competition
(November 18, 1994)
Burds Receives Guggenheim for Research in Russia, Ukraine
(November 17, 1994)
Optical Fiber Keeps Ultrafast Light Pulses Intact
(November 17, 1994)
Two University Scholars Win NEH Awards
(November 16, 1994)
Student Newspaper Wins National Award
(November 15, 1994)
Mt. Hope Family Center Wins Grant to Study Maltreatment
(November 11, 1994)
University to Award Scholarship to 'Project Excellence' Winner
(November 7, 1994)
Engineer Wins Prize for Work on Porous Silicon
(November 4, 1994)
Course on Engineering and Science of Musical Sound
(November 3, 1994)
University Announces New $5,000 "Meliora Grant"
(October 24, 1994)
Engineers Observe "Heartbeat" of Superconductors
(October 18, 1994)
University Makes New Minority Assignments
(October 17, 1994)
Robert Holmes Named to Mercer Brugler Professorship
(October 14, 1994)
Books Touch on Digital Video, "Smart" Fluids
(October 12, 1994)
Eric Kool Wins Research Award
(October 7, 1994)
Information Hidden in Light Could Aid Astronomers
(October 4, 1994)
Laser Spotlight Interrogates Individual Molecules
(October 4, 1994)
Awards Bring Physicist $1 Million
(October 3, 1994)
Physics and Astronomy Receives $1 Million
(September 30, 1994)
Sharpest Pictures of Human Retina
(September 30, 1994)
More Funds to Prepare Minorities for Doctoral Study
(September 27, 1994)
University of Rochester to Inaugurate New President
(September 26, 1994)
U.S. News & World Report: University a 'Best Value'
(September 21, 1994)
Rochester's Green Saluted as 'Superstar' Teacher
(September 20, 1994)
U.S. News & World Report Calls University a 'Best Value'
(September 19, 1994)
Conference Will Focus on Better Assessment Methods
(September 19, 1994)
Susan B. Anthony Center Announces 1994-95 Fellows
(September 14, 1994)
Manchester Named Director of Health Service
(September 9, 1994)
Vanni, Wallace Honored for Service
(September 2, 1994)
Freshmen Begin the Year by Giving Something Back
(August 29, 1994)
"Star Wars" Technology Finds a Peacetime Niche
(August 19, 1994)
Engineers Make Most Efficient Shining Polymers Yet
(August 5, 1994)
Dean of Warner School Named to New Endowed Chair
(July 29, 1994)
University Names New Director of Purchasing
(July 29, 1994)
Artificial Intelligence Society Honors Schubert
(July 21, 1994)
Richard Aslin Named Vice Provost and Dean of the College
(July 12, 1994)
Mueller Book on Policy and Opinion in Gulf War
(June 20, 1994)
Warner Student Receives Grant for Research
(June 13, 1994)
University Receives $100,000 to Strengthen Environmental Programs
(June 2, 1994)
Mechanical Engineer Named Top Teacher
(June 1, 1994)
Board-Game Rivals Lock Horns -- on the Internet
(May 19, 1994)
Engineering Student Wins AT&T Fellowship
(May 17, 1994)
63 Area Teachers Receive Excellence in Teaching Awards
(May 10, 1994)
University of Rochester Hosting Conference
(May 5, 1994)
High School Teachers Learn in the Laboratory
(May 4, 1994)
Graduate Students Receive Teaching Award
(April 28, 1994)
Conference will Evaluate Catholic Education
(April 28, 1994)
Rochester Scholar Receives Guggenheim Award
(April 28, 1994)
Grant Renewed to Prepare Women, Minorities for Doctoral Study
(April 27, 1994)
Two Professors Receive Sloan Awards
(April 26, 1994)
Schoolchildren to Plant Tree in Honor of Students
(April 21, 1994)
Religion and Classics Department Fills Endowed Newman Chair
(April 21, 1994)
Rochester Art History Student Wins NEH Award
(April 18, 1994)
Hendricks Win Fairchild Award
(April 14, 1994)
Women Students Honored
(April 13, 1994)
Alumnus Creates Engineering Internship Program
(April 1, 1994)
Shirley Chisholm Named Susan B. Anthony Professor
(March 31, 1994)
University Students Who Intern in City Schools Wonder, 'Can I be Having This Much Fun and Getting Academic Credit?'
(March 22, 1994)
Alan L. Heyneman, Retired Associate Vice President, Dead at 70
(March 17, 1994)
Laboratory for Laser Energetics High School Summer Research Program
(March 15, 1994)
Educational Opportunity Program has been a Remarkable Success
(March 10, 1994)
Two University Professors to Receive Teaching Awards
(March 8, 1994)
Rochester Optics Research Among Best of '93
(March 5, 1994)
Phelps Named New University Provost
(March 3, 1994)
Rochester Mouse Heading for Olympics
(February 15, 1994)
Christopher Lasch, Renowned Social Critic, Dies
(February 15, 1994)
Egg Race, Smash Contests Among Engineering Week Activities
(February 15, 1994)
Jefferson Receives Educators' Distinguished Service Award
(February 9, 1994)
Leonard Mandel Named to New Professorship Honoring Lee Dubridge
(February 9, 1994)
University Offers Free Science Enrichment Program for Girls
(February 8, 1994)
Stalking the Paper Jam, the Curse of Modern Office Life
(January 25, 1994)
Nicholas George Named to Endowed Chair
(January 19, 1994)
Warner School Conference will Focus on 'Character Education'
(January 12, 1994)
Memorial Service to be Held for University Professor
(January 11, 1994)
University Receives Award for Encouraging Alternatives to Driving
(January 3, 1994)
University Director of Greek Affairs Receives Award
(December 15, 1993)
Whether High Tea or Takeout, This Robot's Always Socially Correct
(November 18, 1993)
David T. Kearns and Edwin I. Colodny, co-chairman of the
(November 10, 1993)
Rochester Scientists Receive Award for Laser Beam Work
(November 9, 1993)
Checking Out the Recipe for a Future Fossil
(November 4, 1993)
Donald E. Smith, a former vice president for University
(November 2, 1993)
University of Rochester Biologist Named Fellow of AAAS
(November 2, 1993)
Rochester Professor Serving as Adviser to Rockefeller
(November 1, 1993)
The University's Board Of Trustees Has Voted To Rescind The
(October 25, 1993)
Fellows Appointed to Susan B. Anthony Center for Women's Studies
(October 20, 1993)
Rochester Chemists are First to Synthesize Anti-Cancer Drug
(October 20, 1993)
Warner School will Celebrate Adoption of its New Name
(October 14, 1993)
Ted Sizer to Discuss How to Adapt Principles of School Reform
(October 5, 1993)
Susan B. Anthony Center for Women's Studies Names New Director
(September 29, 1993)
Starting in Fall of '94, University to Give $5,000 Annual Community Grant to New River Campus Undergraduates from the Rochester Area
(September 18, 1993)
Dennis Hall Named Director of the Institute of Optics
(September 3, 1993)
The Eyes Have it -- for Humans and Robots Alike
(August 11, 1993)
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