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New programs open doors to myriad areas of learning

From doctoral programs to two-year degrees, area colleges and universities continue to add to their academic offerings to fill gaps in the workforce and meet students’ needs. Here is a look at a few new programs: Bryant & Stratton College—Greece ...

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NSF awards $4 million to NTID

The National Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology has been awarded $4 million by the National Science Foundation.

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MCC appoints Wade as provost

Monroe Community College has been appointed Andrea Wade as provost and vice president for academic services, officials said Monday.

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URMC wins $1.65M grant for nurse practitioner residency

The University of Rochester Medical Center’s Department of Family Medicine has won a $1.65 million grant to fund creation of nurse practitioner residency, URMC officials said Wednesday.

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Inaugural class at UPrep charter has 94% grad rate

The first class of University Preparatory Charter School for Young Men marked its commencement ceremony with a 94 percent graduation rate, school leaders announced Friday.

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Roberts Wesleyan makes Chronicle of Higher Education list

The Chronicle of Higher Education has released its 2015 Great Colleges to Work For list, and Roberts Wesleyan College is one of the few New York schools to make it, officials announced Monday.

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Robots coming to RIT in partnership with GM

Two industrial robots are coming to the Rochester Institute of Technology campus as part of a new partnership between the university and General Motors Corp.

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State OKs new MCC health care program

Monroe Community College has been approved by the state Education Department to add a program designed to address a growing need in the local health care job market, the college announced Friday.

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URMC wins $3.5M grant to study tooth decay in kids

The University of Rochester Medical Center’s Eastman Institute of Oral Health has won a $3.5 million grant to investigate the role stress and family dynamics might play in causing tooth decay in small children, URMC officials said Wednesday.

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