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Calendar

2/10/2016
Wednesday Lunch Hour - Mindfulness in the Classroom

2/12/2016
Quantitative Consulting Workshop: Descriptive Statistics: T-test & ANOVA

2/17/2016
OPT Workshop for Warner Students

2/17/2016
NEW Higher Education Master′s Concentration in Academic & Career Counseling Information Session

2/24/2016
Publicly Engaged Scholarship in Urban Communities: Teaching, Listening, and Collaborating

2/24/2016
CPT Workshop for Warner Students

2/27/2016
Why Teach? Event

2/27/2016
Writing Workshop - Citations, Referencing, and APA Style

2/27/2016
Administrative Internship Seminar

2/29/2016
Developing Your Professional Educator Resume

3/4/2016
Safe Schools Against Violence in Education (SAVE) Workshop

3/9/2016
Film Event: Nickel City Smiler

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2/5/2014

Presidential Symposium Tackles Challenges in Rochester City Schools

The Feb. 4 Presidential Symposium, “Revitalizing K-12 Education in Rochester,” featured plenary speaker Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren, Rochester City School Superintendent Bolgen Vargas, and area educators, administrators, and researchers discussing the complexities of urban education, the possibilities for success, and the importance of mobilizing community constituencies to improve Rochester City Schools. University President Joel Seligman concluded the event by pledging to continue the discussion: “This has persisted too long. We are a proud community. We are a successful community. We can turn this around.”

Remarks and Presentations (updated as made available)

News Coverage

 

Contact Dean Borasi at rborasi@warner.rochester.edu or (585) 275-0880.

Tags: Ed Brockenbrough, Kara Finnigan, Raffaella Borasi