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Professor, role model, and mentor recognized

David McCamant, associate professor of chemistry, was awarded the inaugural College Award for Undergraduate Teaching and Research Mentorship.

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Solving the mystery of genetic recombination

Rochester biologists have discovered a gene that controls recombination rates in fruit flies.

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Protein translation in three minutes or less

Jillian Ramos, a doctoral student in biology, won first place and the people’s choice prize in the third annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition.

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Early Worlds Initiative goes beyond medieval times

This interdisciplinary project connects faculty researching social and cultural developments worldwide from medieval times to the early modern period.

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Alumni honored with Gates Cambridge scholarships

Levan Bokeria ’14 and Garrett Rubin ’12E, ’13 (T5) are recipients of the University of Cambridge’s most prestigious international postgraduate scholarship.

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Majors & Minors

Pursue a degree or take courses in arts and humanities, natural sciences, or social sciences.

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Graduate Studies

Nationally recognized programs characterized by close contact between students and faculty.

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Research

Embracing creativity, broadening our understanding of how the world works, and gaining insights into society.

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The Inspiration Project

A collaborative effort between the University of Rochester and CP Rochester, the Inspiration Project is a volunteer program that connects University of Rochester students with consumers served by CP Rochester.

During the spring semester, students who show strength in writing are paired with an adult from CP Rochester and together, the pairs work to produce a complete, purposeful, polished work, in the form of a story, a short memoir, or a selection of poems.

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Students in Italy

Lisio Program in Italian Studies

The Arnold Lisio ’56, ’60M (MD) and Anne Moore Lisio Italian Studies Program supports University of Rochester students and faculty in their understanding of and appreciation for the language, art, culture, and history of Italy. The Lisio program funds:

  • Student scholarship prizes
  • Summer fellowships
  • Faculty and program grants
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Gloria Culver

Defining the future of arts, sciences

A strong liberal arts education is at the heart of the School of Arts and Sciences, and at the University of Rochester. For us, this means sparking curiosity, a thirst for knowledge, and a drive to conduct research of global consequence.

Today, there is a blurring of lines between disciplines, and our faculty have become increasingly inter- and multi-disciplinary. The same is true—perhaps more so—for our students.

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