Archive - February 2010

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Unique Perspectives
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Postgrad: Carlin Gettliffe ’09 Pt. 1
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Lessons Learned
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Monica Miranda Smalls Named President-Elect of the AFA
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What Does Freedom Mean to You?

Unique Perspectives

There are some really unique opportunities at Rochester that allow our students to get the most out of their education.  The open curriculum and the courses available are not the only avenues for success.  Students at Rochester participate in research alongside world renowned professors and lead studies of their own.  Opportunities like the Portable Research[…]

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Postgrad: Carlin Gettliffe ’09 Pt. 1

Born and raised in Boulder, CO, Carlin moved to Rochester, NY, after high school to attend school at the University of Rochester. Since graduating in May 2009, Carlin has continued to pursue his love for traveling while co-founding a technology business with two other Rochester alums. This blog post is part of a continuing series[…]

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Lessons Learned

By Stephania Romaniuk Someone called me a diva this past summer. It was really the last thing I expected to come out of this person’s mouth, and it felt like a slap in the face. Let me explain: other than the occasional sarcastic quip, a singer is reluctant to don the title “diva”—no badge of[…]

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Monica Miranda Smalls Named President-Elect of the AFA

Monica Miranda Smalls, director of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs in the Office of the Dean of Students at the University of Rochester, has been elected president-elect for the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA), a professional organization for individuals concerned with the advisement of fraternities and sororities. Smalls will serve as president-elect until her induction as[…]

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What Does Freedom Mean to You?

If you came to the University of Rochester, one of the things you would hear a lot about from our students, faculty and staff is that we have an open curriculum.  But what is this open curriculum that we are so eager to talk about?  Well let me explain . . . At the University[…]

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