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School finds recession beautiful for growth

By MARY STONE The recession, for some, is the opportunity to recycle their professional skills into a new career. And for places such as the Continental School of Beauty Culture Ltd., the recession presents an opportunity for expansion. With enrollment ...

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RIT, Delphi program to get federal funds

A joint program between Rochester Institute of Technology and Delphi Corp.’s automotive systems will get $1.6 million to apply fuel-cell technology into Department of Defense power systems.

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Researcher aims to set standards at U.N. workshop

A report written by a former Rochester Institute of Technology researcher on creating international standards for reporting chemicals in consumer products is slated to become the basis of a United Nations workshop next week and a new program at the ...

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Researcher aims to set standards at U.N. workshop

A report written by a former Rochester Institute of Technology researcher on creating international standards for reporting chemicals in consumer products is slated to become the basis of a United Nations workshop next week and a new program at the ...

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RIT, RGHS see wins together

A joint medical research effort of Rochester Institute of Technology and Rochester General Health System has scored some $5 million in new grants and is shepherding projects backed by more than $10 million in research grants. RIT and RGHS kicked ...

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Paterson signs pension change into law

Gov. David Paterson on Thursday signed into law pension reform legislation, saying the measure will save $35 billion over the next 30 years.

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RIT puts Dubai campus expansion on hold

Rochester Institute of Technology’s plans to expand its Dubai campus are on hold as the country’s economic conditions have slowed business growth and brought enrollment down 20 percent from projections. Enrollment this year has fallen below estimates mainly because the ...

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State approves FLCC viticulture degree

The state Education Department has approved Finger Lakes Community College’s new degree in viticulture and wine technology, the only community college program of its kind in the Northeastern. The first classes are slated to begin in September.

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Hillside program named one of nation’s most effective

Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection was identified as one of 23 effective programs to improve the college and career preparation of all youth in a report released by a Washington, D.C.-based professional development organization.

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Plosser sees economy recovering

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The economy is recovering, and the recovery is sustainable even as fiscal and monetary stimulus programs begin to wind down, former Simon Graduate School of Business dean Charles Plosser said Tuesday. Plosser, now president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, was the featured speaker at the 31st annual economic seminar in Rochester.

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Many gain from one MBA grad’s classroom experience

A master’s degree in business administration offers personal and professional benefits, say local executives who have earned them. But that’s not all: Co-workers and subordinates can benefit too. The management team at Optimax Systems Inc.-Michael Mandina, president, and Richard Plympton, ...

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UR profs rank 1st in salary

The University of Rochester paid its professors the most of any local college or university for the 2008-09 academic year, a survey by the American Association of University Professors shows. UR paid its professors an average salary of $124,400, the ...

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