Noted neuroscientist Peter Lennie, the founding chair of Rochester’s Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, returns in July to lead the College of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering.
The James P. Wilmot Cancer Center is poised to break ground on a new building, a cornerstone of its plan to improve patient care, expand research, and earn new recognition from the National Cancer Institute.
For more than 20 years, three Medical Center scientists have explored ways to develop a vaccine against the main culprit behind cervical cancer. This year, the results of their work may be in doctors’ offices across the country. By Corydon Ireland
Meet a few of the Rochester students who are the first in their families to go to college. By Jayne Denker
The College is home to two of the world’s most highly regarded experts on Tantra, and they are helping to rediscover the philosophical richness and the widespread influence of the often misunderstood South Asian tradition. By Scott Hauser
Rochester scholars and students reflect on the legacy of the pioneering activist as they commemorate the 100 years since her death in 1906. By Jenny Leonard
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