University of Rochester
Fall 2006

Rochester Review

Medical Center Plans ‘Great Advances’

Bradford C. Berk ’81M (MD/PhD) outlines some of his goals as the new leader of the Medical Center. By Scott Hauser

Focusing on Issues and Ideas

Discussions of energy sustainability, women’s rights, and international affairs—all are on tap this fall as national and alumni experts come to campus for the annual celebration of Meliora Weekend. By Enid Arbelo

Cell Decisions

The science of stem cells has been transforming biomedical science for decades, say Medical Center researchers. The question is what will the future hold? By Mark Michaud

Georgia O’Keeffe: Color and Conservation

The Memorial Art Gallery is one of only three venues in the country selected to host—and the final stop for—a major exhibition of works by an American master.

The Idea of Citizenship

“The challenge is to nudge the political conversation in a calmer, more measured, more constructive and, yes, more scholarly, more abstract direction,” writes a longtime observer of America’s political culture. By Richard F. Fenno Jr., Distinguished University Professor Emeritus

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