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March 16, 2015
An Osher artist: Richard Hollands
The Osher Institute is pleased to announce it will sponsor a series of art exhibitions featuring the work of several Osher members.
Did You Know?
Meet the dean of the School of Professional & Continuing Studies
When he steps down in June, Dean Narduzzi will be going on sabbatical for a year. When he returns, he plans to teach courses at SPCS and take (and hopefully teach) Osher courses.
Leadership Council and Teams Update
Enhancing Osher at UR
Five years ago, my wife Pam and I took our first class at Osher. It was Dr. Art Gunlicks’ class on the Modern Welfare State. We were hooked.
Osher Staff Update
From the director's desk
An opportunity to catch up on exciting news: the Osher Strategic Plan, the Osher Art Gallery and many opportunities to serve the Osher Institute.
Members on the Go
Osher travels: The Great Trains and Grand Canyons Tour
This six-day tour to the Southwest was impeccably planned out with many small yet important details that made it a pleasurable and easy tour.
Better than 'Where's Waldo'
Identify 'Where's Tim?' and win a prize!
If you’ve seen Tim Hanger’s wonderful photos, either in the Osher Insider or as a member of the Osher hikers, you know he is all over campus — taking classes, exercising, and taking pictures for the Osher office as well as for our e-newsletter.
Society of Physics Students
UR's Society of Physics Students is recognized as an Outstanding Chapter
Physics students host a variety of fun activities applying physics to daily life.
March 12, 2015
Defensive lineman Justin Williamson, '15, interviews equipment manager Ken Hart, who is retiring after 34 years
After 34 years, equipment manager Ken Hart will retire in June. Defensive lineman Justin Williamson, '15, talks to Hart about his career serving generations of Spider athletes.
Chris Hamby, '08
After winning the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting, Chris Hamby, '08, left for BuzzFeed News.
Chris Hamby, '08 received the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting for his yearlong investigation on how doctors and lawyers withheld evidence of black lung and denied miners' benefits. He now works for BuzzFeed News.
March 11, 2015