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Fall 2002
Vol. 65, No. 1



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Inspired by the theme of the College's Meliora Weekend celebration this fall, Review explores the ways that Rochester inspires academic, scholarly, and community leadership.

The Doctorate is Calling

by Scott Hauser

Rochester seems to have an uncommonly deft touch in developing academic leaders in a wide variety of disciplines. A small group from the next generation discusses the pursuit of a Ph.D.

A Short Course in Leadership

Student leaders in the College learn important lessons outside the classroom. Review looks at some examples.

The [R]Evolutionary Work of a Leading Scholar
by Scott Hauser

"I like to work on the neglected problems," says H. Allen Orr, a professor of biology whose work has put him at the forefront of his field.

Legacy of Leadership

Since the early 20th century, Rochester scholars have transformed the way many academic disciplines are conducted.

Leading the Fight Against Bioterrorism
by Scott Hauser

One of the nation's foremost experts on the threat of attack using biological weapons, Donald (D. A.) Henderson '54M (MD) is called into national service just days after September 11.

Year in Review, 2001-02

Innovative research, scholarly achievements, high-tech advances, and community involvement all marked the 2001-02 academic year. Review takes a look back.


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Editor: Scott Hauser
Associate editor: Jeffrey Marsh
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Graphic artist: Jeannine Papelino
Staff Photographer: Elizabeth Torgerson-Lamark

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Published three times a year for alumni, students, their parents, and other friends of the University, Rochester Review is produced by the Office of University Public Relations, Robert Kraus, associate vice president for public relations.

Opinions expressed are those of the authors, the editors, or their subjects and do not necessarily represent official positions of the University of Rochester.

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