The promise represented by the first new building on the River Campus since 1987—home to programs in biomedical engineering and optics—inspires a $10 million gift from Trustee Robert Goergen ’60.
On his way to becoming Rochester’s first national golf champion, Stephen Goodridge ’08 had something of a sand trap to overcome. On the day he shot his final round, he had to take his optics final.
A revolutionary NASA space telescope—designed in part by Rochester researchers—indicates we really had no idea what was going on out there. By Adam Frank, professor of physics and astronomy
More than 150 years ago, the University created its first named professorships, establishing a longstanding tradition to celebrate the work of faculty and to emphasize the long-running connections that tie together people who make up the academic heart of the University. Review takes a look at some of the holders of today’s named professorships.
One of the oldest college Glee Clubs in the country celebrates 130 years with a renewed commitment on campus. By Jayne Denker
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