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Calendar

12/3/2014
Wednesday Lunch Talk - Bridging the Divide Between Academia and the Rest of the World: Using Social Media, Popular Press, Twitter, and Other Avenues to Inform Policy and Practice

12/3/2014
WAB Community Discussion - What Makes a Good School?

12/9/2014
Faculty Perspectives Webinar - Rethinking College: Inclusive Higher Education

12/10/2014
Administrative Internship Seminars

12/10/2014
Wednesday Lunch Talk - Restorative Practices: A Better Way Forward

12/12/2014
In Their Own Words—Online Learning Experiences from Professors and Students at the University of Rochester

1/17/2015
Quantitative Consulting Services Workshop

2/20/2015
Quantitative Consulting Services Workshop

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The Meliora Challenge
Statue of Industry in Rush Rhees Library

This statue which stands at the top of the Grand Staircase in Rush Rhees Library, was designed by Phillip Merz (who also designed much of the River Campus). The statue was carved at the studio of A. A. Ardolino, who carved the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. (Ardolino also carved the figures in the pediment on the fa├žade of the Library.) The Statue of Industry is not based on any figure of classical mythology, but has a cog near her left heel and a wheel. She holds an oil lamp in her hand which according to some was the second choice. The first design apparently showed her holding a Kodak camera. This was deemed inappropriate, although Mr. Eastman
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News at Warner

  • Warner School Professors Awarded Spencer Foundation Funding to Study Early Impacts of edTPA Implementation
  • Warner School Professors Awarded Spencer Foundation Funding to Study Early Impacts of edTPA Implementation

    Warner School Professors Kevin Meuwissen and Jeffrey Choppin have received a one-year research grant from the Spencer Foundation to examine teaching candidates’ experiences with and perceptions of edTPA initiation and its impact on their teacher preparation programs. 

  • EVENT: University of Rochester Hosts First Annual Disability Studies Symposium
  • EVENT: University of Rochester Hosts First Annual Disability Studies Symposium

    The University of Rochester will hold its first-ever Disability Studies Cluster Symposium on Friday, Nov. 14. The 2014 symposium, themed “Complicating Normalcy: Disability, Technology, and Society in the Twenty-First Century,” is organized around the documentary film FIXED: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement.

  • Video Chronicles the Genesee Valley Writing Project
  • Video Chronicles the Genesee Valley Writing Project

    Every summer, the Warner School of Education hosts a month-long Genesee Valley Writing Project (GVWP) workshop for teachers from all different levels, to discuss their approach to writing curriculum. As the teachers discuss ideas about how to teach their students more effectively and give each other feedback, they are also working on their own personal writing interests, which most of them can't find the time for during the school year.

  • Exploring Identities Through Self-Portraits
  • Exploring Identities Through Self-Portraits

    A signature course at the Warner School is focusing on helping future educators understand diversity issues and to eliminate practices of exclusion and inequality in schools. Master's students create self-portraits that represent aspects of their identities—including race and ethnicity, language, class, gender, ability, and sexual orientation—as a way to explore how their life experiences may inform how they teach.

  • EVENT: University of Rochester to Host East High School Vision Summit
  • EVENT: University of Rochester to Host East High School Vision Summit

    The University of Rochester and East High School invites community members to attend an East High School Vision Summit, a public event that will help shape the future of this great school. The summit, intended for East High faculty and staff, and the students, families, and community it serves, will allow us to create a school that reflects the collective wisdom, skills, and talents of the entire East High community.


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