University of Rochester
March-April 2008

Rochester Review

Senior Named Churchill Scholar

Andrew Niles ’08 is one of only a dozen U.S. students chosen to study as a Churchill Scholar at the University of Cambridge. By David Andreatta

Professional Development

Leaders of the Simon School and the Warner School talk about their plans for the future as their programs celebrate the 50th anniversary of their founding as professional schools in 1958. By Scott Hauser

toc photo BOOK DREAMS: Digital scholarship is like working on a “dream book,” the “kind no publisher would ever publish because it would be too big, too expensive,” says Alan Lupack, curator of the Rossell Hope Robbins Library and creator of the Camelot Project.

Burning Bright

Capitalizing on the power of digital technologies, Rochester scholars are leading new efforts to organize and share their scholarship in the humanities. By Kathleen McGarvey

The Art of Translation

Students are learning the fine art of translating literature as Rochester launches a new program and a new international publishing house. By Kathleen McGarvey

A New Kind of Summer School

High school students in Rochester’s newest summer program get a richer taste of college life by learning—and living—on campus. By Joseph Sorrentino

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