Lead the Future
The Rochester alumnus, fresh out of the publishing process, talks about what makes book-writing difficult, why anyone can do it, and why he did.
Editor's Picks: Tower Talk 2019
We asked Tower Talk Editor Matt Cook to choose some stories worth seeking out
Potree in Motion
The Digital Scholarship Lab’s Josh Romphf and Blair Tinker share how they help visualize the data and the tools they use to do it
'No-Sleepover' at Gleason: Part I
Gleason Library is the only space on the River Campus that has no ‘after hours.’ As the library prepares for a refresh, we stayed up with Gleason
Open for Learning
A biology professor has turned his class resources into "freesources" by making the shift to open education
To Reach Our Farthest Star
As Rochester prepares to inaugurate Sarah Mangelsdorf as its eleventh president, a new exhibit helps put University leadership in context
One scholar’s universe is another scholar’s treasure
Students and the faculty are marveling at a 15th-century manuscript on the cosmos. And it's not just because it's close to 600 years old.
Lauren Di Monte is protecting Rochester's scholarly rep
A conversation on disambiguation, bibliometrics, and University of Rochester research-related initiatives