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Young Women’s College Prep to move to new site

Young Women’s College Prep, Rochester’s first all-girls charter school, announced its relocation Wednesday to a building better suited to its growing size and program needs.

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UR scientist discovers comet

A comet has been discovered by a University of Rochester scientist, officials announced Tuesday. It is the first such discovery for the Rochester area in nearly a century.

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Changes ahead at Nazareth College Arts Center

There are changes ahead for the performing arts at Nazareth College as a search for a new leader and approval to build a new campus addition lie on the horizon. The Nazareth College Arts Center has been without a director ...

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Private Schools

2016 Rank    School 1    McQuaid Jesuit High School 2    Aquinas Institute of Rochester 3    Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women 4    The Harley School 5    Seton Catholic School 6    Allendale Columbia School 7    Holy Cross School 8    The ...

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People

The Rochester Business Journal accepts high-resolution color, digital photos with press releases three to four weeks before publication date. Send digital submissions to vspicer@rbj.net. Mary Cariola Children’s Center announces that Sarah Peters has been named director of preschool program/preschool principal. ...

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Director of NSF to speak at RIT commencement

France Córdova, director of the National Science Foundation, will be the keynote speaker for Rochester Institute of Technology’s 131st commencement, the university announced Wednesday.

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Slaughter announces research grants for UR

The University of Rochester has received more than $750,000 in grants to fund research, Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-Perinton), announced Wednesday.

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Nazareth, RIT tout Fulbright scholars

Area colleges have been named as top producers of Fulbright scholars for the academic year. The list was released Monday by the Fulbright organization and published in The Chronicle of Higher Education.

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Gleason donates funds to create program at RIT

Gleason Corp. has donated $300,000 to support the creation of a doctoral fellowship program at the Kate Gleason College of Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology.  The fellowships will be incorporated into RIT’s Ph.D. engineering program, officials announced Monday.

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Child Care Council selected for national project

The Child Care Council Inc. will be one of 10 sites across the country to participate in a healthy child brain development project, the organization announced Thursday.

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