- Grant to aid research on vision loss
A grant will help a scientist at the University of Rochester Medical Center study how neurodegenerative diseases, such as juvenile Batten disease, can rob people of their sight.
- RIT forms partnership
with University of Tokyo
Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Tokyo have formed a new partnership. The two universities have signed a memorandum of understanding to facilitate the exchange of students and faculty, and to increase collaborative research activities.
- Greece again ranks No. 1 in teacher pay
With a median salary of $70,000, Greece again ranks No. 1 in teacher pay among the 27 public school districts in Monroe and Ontario counties. In superintendent compensation, East Irondequoit leads all other districts.
- URMC professor honored by Tourette Association
A professor at the University of Rochester Medical Center has received the first Dr. Oliver Sacks Award for Excellence in Tourette Syndrome, officials announced Wednesday.
- SUNY Geneseo, Alfred make 2016 'Best Buy' list
SUNY College at Geneseo and Alfred University are among 44 “Best Buy” schools in the 2016 edition of “The Fiske Guide to Colleges.”
- Roberts Wesleyan restructures, appoints new deans
A restructuring of academic programs at Roberts Wesleyan College has created five new schools and the appointment of five new deans to lead them, the college announced Wednesday.
- New details emerge in MCC impasse
As Monroe Community College moves to seek mediation services in contract negotiations between the college and its faculty association, new details emerged on the proposals that have led to the impasse.
- MCC names executive dean for downtown campus
Joel Frater has been named executive dean of Monroe Community College’s Damon City Campus, officials said Friday.
- How to buy a computer on ShopGoodwill.com
- She helps donors share their passion
For MCC Foundation executive director Diane Shoger, the key is knowing 'how philanthropy works'
- MCC contract talks at an impasse
Monroe Community College will seek mediation services to assist the college and its faculty association negotiate a new labor contract, college officials said.
- Nursing degree aims to address nursing faculty shortage
A new Master of Science in Nursing Education program unveiled this week by the University of Rochester School of Nursing aims to address the shortage of nursing faculty here and around the country, officials said.
- RIT students win first place at hackathon
Rochester Institute of Technology students were on the winning team at the recent U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation’s GeoInt Hackathon in Herndon, Va., college officials said.
- UR dean receives $10,000 from National Science Foundation
A dean of the University of Rochester was honored in a White House ceremony Tuesday and received $10,000 from the National Science Foundation, the university announced.
- RIT expands its program to help firms grow
- UR dean named first independent director at Sweetwater
Robert Clark, dean of University of Rochester’s Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, has become Sweetwater Energy Inc.’s first independent director, the company said.
- RIT's MAGIC Center to host international consortium next summer
Rochester Institute of Technology’s Center for Media, Arts, Games Interaction and Creativity has been selected to play to host the New Media Consortium, officials announced. The international conference attracts hundreds of top new media and technology experts from colleges, museums and research centers.
- RIT appoints professor to post
Jennifer Schneider has been named as the Eugene H. Fram Chair in Applied Critical Thinking at Rochester Institute of Technology, officials announced.
- Impact of RBJ 75 more than payroll alone
The top employers also are big purchasers of local goods, services
- Grant to pump up job training at MCC