Only two states saw a greater percentage of outbound migration of residents in 2019 than New York, according to the 43rd annual United Van Lines’ National Movers Study. New York has ranked in the top four in the study every ...Read More »
Angela Sims arrived at an interesting time for Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School. She started work just a few weeks before the school moved out of its Hogwarts-like campus following a decision to sell the property to a developer. On Aug. ...Read More »
If you can put a number on excitement, New Yorkers are a little more excited about the holidays than last year, according to a Siena College Research Institute poll, perhaps because they’re feeling stronger about their financial situations. That’s probably ...Read More »
In a couple of years, you’ll be able to buy a sweater, eat a meal and maybe even get your knee replaced at The Marketplace Mall. University of Rochester Medical Center and mall owner Wilmorite announced earlier this week plans ...Read More »
Soft skills–those traits and techniques that help you build relationships with others–are a key to getting ahead at work. Even in a high-tech, highly electronic world, says Melisza Campos, a Dale Carnegie master, “The people who can get things done ...Read More »
The meal begins with a scoop of sorbet perched on a large-handled tasting spoon. Sorbet has long been used as a palate cleanser between courses, but at the Legacy at Cranberry Landing in Irondequoit, it has a different function: to wake up ...Read More »
Local healthcare education programs make inroads on diversity. When it comes to diversity in higher education programs for healthcare, two local institutions have made the grade nationally. Insight into Diversity magazine gives awards each year to the higher education institutions across ...Read More »
Graduates of Rochester city schools will be eligible for a new scholarship St. John Fisher College has created for first-year students. The Fisher Urban Scholar Award will provide $40,000 over four years to students who complete charter schools and traditional ...Read More »
For years, people in Rochester have lamented the “brain drain,” meaning the trend of young people leaving Rochester as soon as they finish college. Now there’s an app to fight that. County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo announced on Monday that the ...
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Nominees for the annual Athena awards in Canandaigua have been announced and include women from the legal, business, nonprofit and education arenas. In addition to the six women nominated for Athena Leadership Award, another five were nominated for the Athena ...Read More »
Nazareth College has won a $50,000 grant from the Florence M. Muller Foundation to provide developmental screenings for young children in the coming school year. The screenings of 3-year-olds are being done at in partnership with the Children’s Institute GROW-Rochester ...Read More »
On July 1, three women will create history in the Rochester area as each one officially becomes the first woman to preside over her respective college or university.
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Anand R. Marri has been shaped by education as few people have. One semester into his new job as dean of the Warner School of Education at the University of Rochester, Marri is in a position to shape education in ...Read More »
Where Rochester’s downtown once featured four department stores and two grocery stores, now there are none. A quarter century after the last department store closed, in the places where all of Rochester once shopped, there’s a car museum, a large ...Read More »
Students in the optics technology program at Monroe Community College often have job offers before they complete their degree or certificate. Now some of the 120 optics companies in Rochester are also reaching into local high schools. The students either ...
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