Louise M. Slaughter’s congressional papers are being donated to the University of Rochester. The late congresswoman, who died in 2018 while still in Congress, represented the Rochester area for 31 years and 16 terms. The university announced the donation from ...Read More »
You won’t find Deborah Stendardi’s name on the buildings at Rochester Institute of Technology. She’s not listed on the mastheads of various centers and institutes at the university. But her imprint is just about everywhere in Brick City, playing a ...Read More »
Louise M. Slaughter may be getting her name on a train station for which she fought for years, but the late congresswoman’s last act of consequence for the Rochester area could be her insistence that the Laboratory for Laser Energetics ...Read More »
Congresswoman Louise Slaughter has been hospitalized with a concussion following a fall in her Washington, D.C. residence. Slaughter’s Chief of Staff Liam Fitzsimmons released the following statement today: “Congresswoman Slaughter fell at her Washington, D.C. residence last week and was ...
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The University of Rochester has won an $800,000 grant that will be used to help study potential barriers preventing students with learning disabilities from going into science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields. The grant from the National Science Foundation will ...Read More »
Congresswoman Louise Slaughter has invited the administrator of the national Nuclear Security Administration to visit the University of Rochester’s Laboratory for Laser Energetics in an attempt to persuade her to reverse proposed budget cuts that would close the federally supported ...Read More »
Offering substantial investment into the University of Rochester Medical Center, Congresswoman Louise Slaughter has announced a $770,000 grant from the Department of Health and Human Services. The funding will go toward Dr. Danielle Benoit’s research into drugs to prevent radiation ...Read More »