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January 2018

Monday, January 1

Gilda's Club: Healing Qigong
Monday, January 1

Practicing Qigong has been proven to improve mood, sleep quality and anxiety, as well as enhance the functioning of the immune system. Qigong can also help...

Tuesday, January 2

Student Exhibition: Life After the Wizard Barn

Featuring work by senior seminar and independent studies students. Opening reception 6-8pm, Thursday, December 7th.

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
Tuesday, January 2

"House Calls: A Glimpse into the Past and a Window into the Future," presented by Stewart Mahler, MD, Chief Resident, Internal Medicine, Instructor in...

Mediterranean Lunch
Tuesday, January 2

Enjoy a lunch from Sinbad's Mediterranean Cuisine!

Wednesday, January 3

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Wednesday, January 3

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Snowed In
Wednesday, January 3

Enjoy a movie, games and lunch.

Wendell Castle Remastered
Wednesday, January 3

October 8–December 31, 2017 Wendell Castle Remastered is the first museum exhibition to showcase the digitally crafted works of Wendell Castle, acclaimed...

UR My Pengyou
Wednesday, January 3

Are you bored staying over winter break and being far from home? Join the Burgett Intercultural Center and Project Pengyou for yummy food and a fun time...

Thursday, January 4

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Thursday, January 4

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Thursday, January 4

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Wendell Castle Remastered
Thursday, January 4

October 8–December 31, 2017 Wendell Castle Remastered is the first museum exhibition to showcase the digitally crafted works of Wendell Castle, acclaimed...

Snowy Day BBQ
Thursday, January 4

Join the Fellowship Office and Undergraduate Research for lunch from one of Rochester's best-known restaurants. Relax with Dinosaur Bar-B-Que and a movie....

Eastman at Washington Square - Twentieth Century Gems for Piano and Flute
Thursday, January 4

Thursday Lunchtime Concerts: Twentieth Century Gems for Piano and Flute Located at the First Universalist Church, corner of South Clinton and Court...

Gentle Yoga for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Thursday, January 4

Yoga can be a valuable tool — changing and growing with you on your cancer journey, helping you find wellness. Yoga strengthens your body, increases your...

Karaoke Party
Thursday, January 4

Come grab pizza and sing your heart out!

Art Social ~ Crazy Collages
Thursday, January 4

Gather your friends for a fun, quick art experience with a cheerful and engaging art teacher, in a unique setting. This week we are inspired by mixing and...

Russian Friendship Concert
Thursday, January 4

A diverse program of vocal and instrumental works by Russian composers, presented by the Eastman Community Music School (ECMS) and Linkages of Rochester,...

Friday, January 5

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Friday, January 5

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Friday, January 5

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Wendell Castle Remastered
Friday, January 5

October 8–December 31, 2017 Wendell Castle Remastered is the first museum exhibition to showcase the digitally crafted works of Wendell Castle, acclaimed...

Three Kings Day
Friday, January 5

Join the Burgett Intercultural Center and the David T. Kearns Center to celebrate the Three Kings Day with a traditional Latino meal.

Gilda's Club: Healing Qigong
Friday, January 5

Practicing Qigong has been proven to improve mood, sleep quality and anxiety, as well as enhance the functioning of the immune system. Qigong can also help...

Winter Dinner
Friday, January 5

Enjoy a nice dinner with friends!

Saturday, January 6

Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
Saturday, January 6

Registrants should check in at the Admissions reception desk, 2nd Floor, LeChase Hall The Warner School is an official testing site for the Miller Analogies...

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Saturday, January 6

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Saturday, January 6

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Saturday Brunch at Brown Hound Downtown
Saturday, January 6

Brown Hound Downtown is MAG's in-house restaurant featuring fresh, hyper-local & creative dining. Brunch is offered on Saturday and Sunday in addition to...

Wendell Castle Remastered
Saturday, January 6

October 8–December 31, 2017 Wendell Castle Remastered is the first museum exhibition to showcase the digitally crafted works of Wendell Castle, acclaimed...

Eastman Community Music School - General Recital
Saturday, January 6

All concerts are free unless otherwise noted. All concerts listed are open to the public. Please note that all concerts are subject to change.

Eastman Community Music School - Juries
Saturday, January 6

All concerts are free unless otherwise noted. All concerts listed are open to the public. Please note that all concerts are subject to change.

Sunday, January 7

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Sunday, January 7

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Sunday, January 7

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Wendell Castle Remastered
Sunday, January 7

October 8–December 31, 2017 Wendell Castle Remastered is the first museum exhibition to showcase the digitally crafted works of Wendell Castle, acclaimed...

William Warfield Scholarship Benefit Concert
Sunday, January 7

Warfield Scholarship 41st Anniversary Concert Features Tenor Jonathan Rhodes, Eastman School of Music scholarship winner Since it was founded in 1977, the...

Monday, January 8

Friends & Family Volunteer Recruitment Session
Monday, January 8

Do you have friends or family who like volunteering? If you think they'd enjoy providing meaningful service to our community by volunteering at Strong...

Gilda's Club: Healing Qigong
Monday, January 8

Practicing Qigong has been proven to improve mood, sleep quality and anxiety, as well as enhance the functioning of the immune system. Qigong can also help...

Paint Nite
Monday, January 8

Enjoy some food and channel your inner Bob Ross.

Tuesday, January 9

Student Exhibition: Life After the Wizard Barn

Featuring work by senior seminar and independent studies students. Opening reception 6-8pm, Thursday, December 7th.

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
Tuesday, January 9

Presentation 1: "How High is Too High: With Hypoxia We Shouldn't Turn a Blind Eye." Presented by Andrew Whipple, DO, Critical Care Medicine Fellow, Division...

Lunch and a Movie
Tuesday, January 9

Staying on campus during winter break? Enjoy lunch and a movie with the Center for Education Abroad! Lunch is provided and movie suggestions are open. RSVP...

Eastman Community Music School
Tuesday, January 9

Violin/Viola Studio Recital, students of Alexander Peña

Wednesday, January 10

Student Exhibition: Life After the Wizard Barn

Featuring work by senior seminar and independent studies students. Opening reception 6-8pm, Thursday, December 7th.

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Wednesday, January 10

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Wednesday, January 10

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Diversity Seminar: Cultural Competency
Wednesday, January 10

Cultural Competency: The Deaf Patient Presented by: Elizabeth (Ballard) Butcher, CI, CT, MS Interpreter, Interpreter Services University of Rochester...

New Hire Benefits Overview Session
Wednesday, January 10

The Benefits Office conducts a Benefit Overview session for new hires and newly benefit-eligible employees that provides a brief overview of the tools and...

VIP Tech Sandbar Access & Lunch
Wednesday, January 10

Join the River Campus Libraries and play with fun technology & apps from our Tech Sandbar this Winter Stay!

Friends & Family Volunteer Recruitment Session
Wednesday, January 10

Do you have friends or family who like volunteering? If you think they'd enjoy providing meaningful service to our community by volunteering at Strong...

Especially for Educators: “Her Voice Carries”
Wednesday, January 10

Join muralist Sarah Rutherford and MAG staff for a look at Her Voice Carries | Prelude. This 2017 MAG mural is part of her #HerVoiceCarries series, an art...

Thursday, January 11

Student Exhibition: Life After the Wizard Barn

Featuring work by senior seminar and independent studies students. Opening reception 6-8pm, Thursday, December 7th.

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Thursday, January 11

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Thursday, January 11

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Games and Grub
Thursday, January 11

Bring your favorite game and join us for food and fun. We'll also bring our games! Space is limited! Please RSVP to sgonza14@ur.rochester.edu.

Eastman at Washington Square - Beethoven and Brahms
Thursday, January 11

Join us for music of Beethoven and Brahms performed by violinist Karin Theobald, cellist Shade Zajac, and pianists Belinda Cheng and Michelle...

Gentle Yoga for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Thursday, January 11

Yoga can be a valuable tool — changing and growing with you on your cancer journey, helping you find wellness. Yoga strengthens your body, increases your...

Grocery Bingo
Thursday, January 11

Come enjoy a game of bingo, eat some pizza, and win bags of delicious groceries!

Art Social ~ Watercolor Exploration
Thursday, January 11

Gather your friends for a fun, quick art experience with a cheerful and engaging art teacher, in a unique setting. This week we are inspired by exploring...

Hidden Passions - Cook - Williams
Thursday, January 11

Our series celebrates the private hobbies and creative lives of Rochesterians and puts them center stage at MAG. Come see what inspires your neighbors! Be...

Friday, January 12

Student Exhibition: Life After the Wizard Barn

Featuring work by senior seminar and independent studies students. Opening reception 6-8pm, Thursday, December 7th.

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Friday, January 12

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Friday, January 12

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Medical Humanities Noon Conference
Friday, January 12

"Models for Change: How the World does Health Care," presented by Richard Dees, associate professor of philosophy and medical humanties & bioethics.

Winter Lunch Break
Friday, January 12

Enjoy a nice lunch with friends!

Docent Tour
Friday, January 12

Friday and Sunday tours usually highlight major exhibitions.

Gilda's Club: Healing Qigong
Friday, January 12

Practicing Qigong has been proven to improve mood, sleep quality and anxiety, as well as enhance the functioning of the immune system. Qigong can also help...

Cookie Decorating
Friday, January 12

Join us for a cookie decorating party! Pizza and soft drinks will also be served.

Second Friday Science Social
Friday, January 12

Michael Welte, PhD and Chair of Department of Biology - Department of Biology

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra: E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial in Concert
Friday, January 12

Filled with unparalleled magic and imagination, E.T. The Extra-TerrestrialTM follows the moving story of a lost little alien who befriends a 10-year-old boy...

Eastman Community Music School - Faculty Showcase
Friday, January 12

All concerts are free unless otherwise noted. All concerts listed are open to the public. Please note that all concerts are subject to change.

Saturday, January 13

Student Exhibition: Life After the Wizard Barn

Featuring work by senior seminar and independent studies students. Opening reception 6-8pm, Thursday, December 7th.

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Saturday, January 13

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Saturday, January 13

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Saturday Brunch at Brown Hound Downtown
Saturday, January 13

Brown Hound Downtown is MAG's in-house restaurant featuring fresh, hyper-local & creative dining. Brunch is offered on Saturday and Sunday in addition to...

Eastman Community Music School General Recital
Saturday, January 13

All concerts are free unless otherwise noted. All concerts listed are open to the public. Please note that all concerts are subject to change.

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra: E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial in Concert
Saturday, January 13

Filled with unparalleled magic and imagination, E.T. The Extra-TerrestrialTM follows the moving story of a lost little alien who befriends a 10-year-old boy...

Sunday, January 14

Student Exhibition: Life After the Wizard Barn

Featuring work by senior seminar and independent studies students. Opening reception 6-8pm, Thursday, December 7th.

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Sunday, January 14

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Sunday, January 14

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Going for Baroque
Sunday, January 14

Enjoy a 25-minute presentation and mini-recital on the Italian Baroque organ by students at the Eastman School of Music.

Going for Baroque
Sunday, January 14

Enjoy a 25-minute presentation and mini-recital on the Italian Baroque organ by students at the Eastman School of Music.

Eastman Organ Community Concert
Sunday, January 14

The concert series features short organ recitals by Eastman students as part of the department’s ongoing initiative to bring outstanding organ music to the...

Monday, January 15

Martin Luther King Day

This is a University holiday. Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday and His Legacy Take a moment to reflect upon the Great March on Washington...

Student Exhibition: Life After the Wizard Barn

Featuring work by senior seminar and independent studies students. Opening reception 6-8pm, Thursday, December 7th.

Red Cross Blood Drive at Highland Hospital
Monday, January 15

Please help support our local Red Cross and ensure they can continue to supply us—the largest consumer in the region—with a resource that’s critical to our...

37th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration
Monday, January 15

James Simmons, senior pastor of Baber African Methodist Episcopal Church and chairman of Rise Up Rochester will present the keynote address at the 37th...

Gilda's Club: Healing Qigong
Monday, January 15

Practicing Qigong has been proven to improve mood, sleep quality and anxiety, as well as enhance the functioning of the immune system. Qigong can also help...

Tuesday, January 16

Student Exhibition: Life After the Wizard Barn

Featuring work by senior seminar and independent studies students. Opening reception 6-8pm, Thursday, December 7th.

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
Tuesday, January 16

Presentation 1: "Preventive Care in Inflammatory Bowel Disease", presented by Brandon Sprung, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of...

What's My Healthy Number?
Tuesday, January 16

Join a Nurse Coach to discover what a healthy range is for blood pressure, cholesterol, body mass index, and more. Then, with the support of Well-U, become...

Wednesday, January 17

Classes Begin at the College

Spring semester begins at the River Campus.

Student Exhibition: Life After the Wizard Barn

Featuring work by senior seminar and independent studies students. Opening reception 6-8pm, Thursday, December 7th.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Grand Rounds: Mental Health Care in Harlem, 1936-1968
Wednesday, January 17

Psychiatry and the Legacy of the Civil Rights Era Mental Health Care in Harlem, 1936-1968 Presented annually, this special Grand Rounds was instituted over...

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Counts Brunch
Wednesday, January 17

Immediately following the talk, book signing and follow up discussion. RSVPs will be required 585-275-3571 for this small group discussion with Dennis Doyle,...

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Wednesday, January 17

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Wednesday, January 17

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Dining Vendor Fair
Wednesday, January 17

The Pit vendors will be offering free product samples. The more vendors you visit, the more tickets you can receive to win prizes such as a bike, a cooler,...

Schwartz Center Conference
Wednesday, January 17

Lunch will be provided. Sponsored by the Division of Palliative Care.

Guided Relaxation
Wednesday, January 17

Press pause in the middle of a busy workday to better manage your day. Join Well-U as we take you through a guided relaxation session for 30 minutes during...

 Physics and Astronomy Colloquium
Wednesday, January 17

Brian Zhou of the University of Chicago. Tea begins at 3:30 p.m. Bausch & Lomb Lobby.

A Ted (and Dennis) Talk
Wednesday, January 17

Dennis Doyle, associate professor of history at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy, will take part in a "Ted (and Dennis) Talk with Ted Brown, the Charles E....

Thursday, January 18

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Thursday, January 18

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Thursday, January 18

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Live Cooking Demo
Thursday, January 18

Watch as we prepare a healthy dish right at your table. Enjoy a free meal, learn about nutrition, and receive the recipe to take home.

Common Market Tasting
Thursday, January 18

Help us decide the next new product at the Common Market! Come out to Hirst Lounge noon to 3 pm for a free tasting of potential new products and vote for...

Lewis Henry Morgan at 200: A Critical Appreciation
Thursday, January 18

Robert Foster presents as part of the Jesse L. Rosenberger Work-in-Progress Seminar Series. Lunch will be provided.

Third Thursdays Performing Arts and Culture Series: Burgundy Trio
Thursday, January 18

The Medical Center Office for Inclusion and Culture Development and the Eastman School of Music present the Burgundy Trio, part of the Third Thursdays...

Diabetes Talk: How's Your 'Sugar'?
Thursday, January 18

Elizabeth McKinley, nurse practitioner at URMC, will present “How’s your ‘sugar’?” She will speak about who gets diabetes, can it be prevented, how do you...

Eastman at Washington Square - Guitar and the Poetry of Spain
Thursday, January 18

Thursday Lunchtime Concerts: Guitar and the Poetry of Spain Dr. Lynn McGrath of the Eastman Community School performs movements from the delightful...

Gentle Yoga for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Thursday, January 18

Yoga can be a valuable tool — changing and growing with you on your cancer journey, helping you find wellness. Yoga strengthens your body, increases your...

UR Student Records and Registration SIG Meeting for Eastman School of Music
Thursday, January 18

The UR Student Records and Registration Special Interest Group (SIG) will be meeting with select members at Eastman School of Music. This will be the first...

Graduate Women in Science (GWIS) Meeting
Thursday, January 18

Melanie Preston, Ph.D. Scientific Instructional Designer, Promega; Madison, WI, "Tales from the Other Side: My Experience Working in Industry," Host: Dr....

Biology Seminar
Thursday, January 18

Anne Meyer, Erasmus University Medical Center. "Bioarchitecture: From protective biocrystals to patterned biomaterials"

Aab Cardiovascular Research Institute Seminar Series
Thursday, January 18

"Megabladder Mouse Model of Abnormal Detrusor and Cardiac Outflow Tract Smooth Muscle Development" Kirk M. McHugh, Ph.D. Professor & Director Division of...

RNA Structure and Function Cluster Meeting
Thursday, January 18

1st Presenter: Dr. Yi-Tao Yu 2nd Presenter: Dr. Ben Miller

DeTOUR: Writings on the Wall
Thursday, January 18

We are teaming with our good friend, Kyle Semmel, the Director of Writers & Books, to help us read works of art alongside their literary counterparts. On...

Art Social: Quick print
Thursday, January 18

Gather your friends for a fun, quick art experience with a cheerful and engaging art teacher, in a unique setting. This week we are inspired by ways to...

Third Thursday Concerts - Strings and Pipes
Thursday, January 18

Third Thursday Concerts are special one-hour programs featuring Eastman’s spectacular Italian Baroque Organ. Concerts begin at 7:30 pm in the MAG Fountain...

Friday, January 19

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Friday, January 19

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Community Kitchen Training
Friday, January 19

This is the required training in order to be able to reserve and use the Douglass Community Kitchen. In this training we will cover kitchen policies &...

Red Cross Blood Drive at Golisano Children's Hospital
Friday, January 19

Give the gift of life by donating blood to our local Red Cross. Your gift ensures they can continue to supply us—the largest consumer in the region—with a...

Red Cross Blood Drive at Highland Hospital
Friday, January 19

Please help support our local Red Cross and ensure they can continue to supply us—the largest consumer in the region—with a resource that’s critical to our...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Friday, January 19

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Immune & Mood
Friday, January 19

Have you ever wondered how your mood and your immune system are connected? Join Well-U and Life-Work Connections/EAP for this presentation as it covers the...

Paul J. Burgett Intercultural Center Fifth Anniversary Celebration
Friday, January 19

This event will have brief welcoming remarks followed by a reception.

Docent Tour
Friday, January 19

Friday and Sunday tours usually highlight major exhibitions.

Gilda's Club: Healing Qigong
Friday, January 19

Practicing Qigong has been proven to improve mood, sleep quality and anxiety, as well as enhance the functioning of the immune system. Qigong can also help...

Graduate Professional Development Series: Network Like a Pro
Friday, January 19

This interactive workshop explores strategies geared towards networking. Topics will cover different networking techniques and methods, tips and tricks, and...

Winter Activities Fair
Friday, January 19

Head to the fair located in Goergen Athletic Center on the Zornow Courts. Talk to members of campus organizations and learn how you can get involved. Visit...

Bowie Birthday Bash
Friday, January 19

Join us for a tribute to legendary artist David Bowie during the Bowie Birthday Bash. Enjoy music, Bowie face painting, birthday cake, museum fun, a costume...

17th Annual Rainbow Classic
Friday, January 19

This annual event benefiting the Golisano Children’s Hospital features Mendon vs. Sutherland Varsity Basketball Teams who participate in honor and memory of...

Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Address
Friday, January 19

Maria Hinojosa, anchor and executive producer of the Peabody Award-winning show, Latino USA - distributed through NPR, and anchor and Executive Producer for...

Film: Blade Runner 2049
Friday, January 19

A young blade runner's discovery of a long-buried secret leads him to track down former blade runner Rick Deckard, who's been missing for thirty years....

(Dis)placement, Memory, and Colonial Partitions: Readings, Book Signings, and Reception with Writers
Friday, January 19

A conversation with renowned writers Uzma Aslam Khan (Thinner Than Skin, The Geometry of God, and Trespassing) and Sejal Shah (How to Make Your Mother Cry...

Auditions: International Theatre Program Spring Shows
Friday, January 19

Prepare any monologue from any play of your choice. No prior theatre experience necessary! 5 English academic credits available if cast! Questions? Want to...

Courage Cup: Charity Game for Camp Good Days
Friday, January 19

This game is the team’s annual fundraising event for Camp Good Days. Admission to the game will be a small donation ($2-$5, TBD). Extra donations are...

Eastman Presents - O'Connor Band with Mark O'Connor Event Details
Friday, January 19

The Grammy Award-winning O’Connor Band, featuring iconic fiddler and composer Mark O’Connor, puts on an engaging, dynamic show showcasing compelling...

Saturday, January 20

8th Annual inspireDance Festival

The a seven-day festival, organized by the Program of Dance and Movement, will take place on the River Campus from January 20 to 26, 2018. The event is open...

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Saturday, January 20

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Saturday, January 20

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Saturday Brunch at Brown Hound Downtown
Saturday, January 20

Brown Hound Downtown is MAG's in-house restaurant featuring fresh, hyper-local & creative dining. Brunch is offered on Saturday and Sunday in addition to...

Swimming and Diving at RIT
Saturday, January 20

The Women's and Men's teams compete at RIT.

Auditions: International Theatre Program Spring Shows
Saturday, January 20

Prepare any monologue from any play of your choice. No prior theatre experience necessary! 5 English academic credits available if cast! Questions? Want to...

(Dis)placement, Memory, and Colonial Partitions: Film Screenings, High Tea, and Q&A with Directors
Saturday, January 20

Screenings of Milange Babey Ratan De Mele Te, directed by Ajay Bhardwaj, and A Thin Wall, directed by Mara Ahmed. Discussions with the directors will follow...

inspireDANCE Student Kickoff Concert
Saturday, January 20

The a seven-day festival, organized by the Program of Dance and Movement, will take place on the River Campus from January 20 to 26, 2018. Register for...

Casino Night
Saturday, January 20

Join the Senior and First-year Class Councils at our very first Casino Night! Come out with your friends to gamble and play while enjoying free food and a...

Sunday, January 21

8th Annual inspireDance Festival

The a seven-day festival, organized by the Program of Dance and Movement, will take place on the River Campus from January 20 to 26, 2018. The event is open...

Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water
Sunday, January 21

October 11 through July 2018: The next work on view in the Media Arts Watch gallery is Bill Viola: Martyrs–Earth, Air, Fire, and Water which represents ideas...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Sunday, January 21

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Zen Meditation Group
Sunday, January 21

The Zen Buddhist Group provides an opportunity for students to explore Buddhism and other Eastern traditions through weekly meditation session, discussions,...

Going for Baroque
Sunday, January 21

Enjoy a 25-minute presentation and mini-recital on the Italian Baroque organ by students at the Eastman School of Music.

inspireJAM Bboy/Bgirl Battle
Sunday, January 21

8th Annual inspireDance Festival Registration for the jam starts at 1:30 PMHouse workshop taught by Huu Rock will take place from 1:30-2:30pmJam will start...

Eastman-Ranlet Series - Ying Quartet with Masumi Per Rostad, viola
Sunday, January 21

Eastman’s Grammy Award-winning quartet-in-residence, the Ying Quartet, welcomes new viola faculty member Masumi Per Rostad in a special collaborative...

Going for Baroque
Sunday, January 21

Enjoy a 25-minute presentation and mini-recital on the Italian Baroque organ by students at the Eastman School of Music.

Musicale: Performance Plus Series
Sunday, January 21

Host: Trevor Nelson Program Speed Metal Organum Blues - Gregory Wanamaker You've Been Talking in Your Sleep - David Biedenbender Italian Concerto, BWV...

Monday, January 22

8th Annual inspireDance Festival

The a seven-day festival, organized by the Program of Dance and Movement, will take place on the River Campus from January 20 to 26, 2018. The event is open...

10th Annual Lung Research and Trainee Day
Monday, January 22

There will be a poster session. Guest speaker - Dr. Rama K. Mallampalli from the University of Pittsburgh will present a talk titled "New Pathways of...

Biology Seminar
Monday, January 22

Grace Yuh Chwen Lee, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. "Pervasive epigenetic effects of transposable elements impact genome evolution" Refreshments will...

Ready, Set, Train!
Monday, January 22

Looking to ramp up your strength or maybe get started using weights? Find out what Jennifer Lee, CPT and April Miller, RD, CPT recommend for weights, sets,...

Two Languages, Two Recipes, Three Ingredients
Monday, January 22

Join the Language Center for the very first Two Languages, Two Recipes. Italy and Portugal meet for a cooking challenge with 3 common ingredients. Join us...

Gilda's Club: Healing Qigong
Monday, January 22

Practicing Qigong has been proven to improve mood, sleep quality and anxiety, as well as enhance the functioning of the immune system. Qigong can also help...

Community Kitchen Training
Monday, January 22

This is the required training in order to be able to reserve and use the Douglass Community Kitchen. In this training we will cover kitchen policies &...

Chemistry Physical Seminar
Monday, January 22

Ziad Ganim, Yale University. "Development of Single Molecule Absorption Spectroscopy using Optical Tweezers Force Detection"

Tuesday, January 23

8th Annual inspireDance Festival

The a seven-day festival, organized by the Program of Dance and Movement, will take place on the River Campus from January 20 to 26, 2018. The event is open...

CIRC Winter Boot Camp

The Center for Integrated Research Computing (CIRC) will be hosting a 6 week program to help students, postdocs, research staff, and faculty learn new...

Careers in Public Health and Consulting with Oladoyin Oladeru '13
Tuesday, January 23

Are you interested in exploring a career in Public Health or Healthcare Consulting? Join the Greene Center for a Career Conversation! Learn more about the...

Simon Business School Winter Open House
Tuesday, January 23

Learn about Simon Business School’s programs first-hand. Sit in on an optional class at 5:45 p.m. to see if a Simon degree is the right fit for you....

Trivia Night
Tuesday, January 23

Trivia Night is a part of the 2021 Class Council’s Spirit Week. It is a night of trivia, friends, food, and if you win, a prize at the end of the evening.

Rochester Science Cafe
Tuesday, January 23

“Dark Matter and Dark Energy: Where is 95% of the Universe?” Dr. Frank L.H. Wolfs, Ph.D.

Kilbourn Concert Series - Camerata RCO
Tuesday, January 23

Program: Mozart - Clarinet Quintet in A Major, K. 581 Beethoven - Septet in E-flat major, Op. 20 Formed by members of Amsterdam’s famed Royal...

Wednesday, January 24

8th Annual inspireDance Festival

The a seven-day festival, organized by the Program of Dance and Movement, will take place on the River Campus from January 20 to 26, 2018. The event is open...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Wednesday, January 24

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Palliative Care Grand Rounds
Wednesday, January 24

"Pain Assessment and Management with Dementia" presented by Thomas Caprio, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine/Geriatrics, Dentistry, Clinical Nursing, and...

New Lighting Open House
Wednesday, January 24

Stop in anytime to see our new lighting fixtures in the Feldman Ballroom that will be available for events this semester! This is a perfect opportunity to...

Physics and Astronomy Colloquium
Wednesday, January 24

Yiwen Chu of Yale. Tea begins at 3:30 p.m. Bausch & Lomb Hall Lobby.

LGBTQ Mocktail Meet & Greet
Wednesday, January 24

Join the Paul J. Burgett Intercultural Center and our LGBTQ Coordinator, Colleen Raimond, for a brief presentation and mocktail reception with appetizers and...

Thursday, January 25

8th Annual inspireDance Festival

The a seven-day festival, organized by the Program of Dance and Movement, will take place on the River Campus from January 20 to 26, 2018. The event is open...

Friends of Strong Gift Shop 25% Off Sale
Thursday, January 25

Stop in to the Friends of Strong Gift Shop to receive 25% off most purchases. The Gift Shop is located between the SMH Main Lobby and Golisano Children's...

Computer Science Seminar: Profile-Guided Memory Layout
Thursday, January 25

Rahman Lavaee Mashhadi - Profile-Guided Memory Layout: Theory and Practice Modern software is growing in size and complexity, far faster than is hardware in...

Environmental Health Sciences Center Seminar Series
Thursday, January 25

Professor Russ Hauser, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health/Harvard Medical School, will present "Novel Designs for Human Studies in Environmental Health...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Thursday, January 25

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Annual Tana Grady-Weliky, MD Lecture on Women and Diversity in Medicine
Thursday, January 25

Marleece Barber, Chief Medical Officer and Director of Health and Wellness Lockheed Martin Corporation presents "From the Bedside to C-Suite: My Path to...

Gentle Yoga for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Thursday, January 25

Yoga can be a valuable tool — changing and growing with you on your cancer journey, helping you find wellness. Yoga strengthens your body, increases your...

UR Student Advising Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting
Thursday, January 25

The UR Student Advising Special Interest Group (SIG) will be conducting its first of several meetings geared to collect design feedback and test the...

Biology Seminar
Thursday, January 25

Christian Huber, University of California - Los Angeles, UCLA. "Population genomics of selection in natural populations" Refreshments will be served.

Martin Luther King Jr. Community Action Fair
Thursday, January 25

The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Action Fair is an opportunity to bring Rochester and the University Community together in an effort to focus our...

Writing, Speaking, and Argument Program Open House
Thursday, January 25

The Writing, Speaking, and Argument Program will hold an open house.Take a tour of the new space and learn about the new Writing Studies Minor and cluster...

Art Collecting for Passion and Investment
Thursday, January 25

Join us for a lively, informative panel discussion mediated by MAG Director Jonathan Binstock with three movers and shakers of the global contemporary art...

Evening Salsa Dance
Thursday, January 25

8th Annual inspireDance Festival The a seven-day festival, organized by the Program of Dance and Movement, will take place on the River Campus from January...

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra: Audra McDonald
Thursday, January 25

Audra McDonald, vocalist After playing to a sold-out crowd in 2015, superstar Audra McDonald returns to the RPO for a one-night-only engagement with all-new...

Friday, January 26

8th Annual inspireDance Festival

The a seven-day festival, organized by the Program of Dance and Movement, will take place on the River Campus from January 20 to 26, 2018. The event is open...

Come Connect with the CCC Squad
Friday, January 26

Stop by the Gowen Room where our trained CCC Squad will be able to help you maximize your profile, manage organization memberships, input your experiences,...

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Friday, January 26

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Gilda's Club: Healing Qigong
Friday, January 26

Practicing Qigong has been proven to improve mood, sleep quality and anxiety, as well as enhance the functioning of the immune system. Qigong can also help...

UR vs. Washington: Tailgate Reception
Friday, January 26

Warm up this winter with exciting Yellowjackets basketball! Cheer on both the men's and women's teams at home as they take on Washington University. Family...

Student Degree Recital - Ming-Hang Zhang, piano
Friday, January 26

The Eastman School of Music hosts student recitals throughout the academic year. Program information is subject to change and will be available in advance....

inspireDANCE Dance Performance: MBDance
Friday, January 26

The contemporary dance company MBDance will perform “dying and dying and dying,” a work originally commissioned by Gibney Dance—a NY-based community...

Saturday, January 27

Anti-Human Trafficking Conference
Saturday, January 27

Human trafficking is an enormous and horrifying human rights issue around the world. It strikes particularly close to home in our Rochester community as this...

Institute for Music Leadership (IML):  Fifth House Ensemble - Journey Live
Saturday, January 27

Creating Community through Music, Gaming, and Crowdfunding

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Saturday, January 27

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Saturday Brunch at Brown Hound Downtown
Saturday, January 27

Brown Hound Downtown is MAG's in-house restaurant featuring fresh, hyper-local & creative dining. Brunch is offered on Saturday and Sunday in addition to...

STOMP the ROC: 15th Annual Black Students’ Union Step Show
Saturday, January 27

The Black Students' Union is back again for our 15th Annual Step Show. This year's show STOMP the ROC will consist of eight teams for the Rochester...

Faculty Artist Series: George Sakakeeny, bassoon
Saturday, January 27

Program set to include pieces by Janacek, Augusta Read Thomas, Ravel, and Stravinsky. Joined by Bonita Boyd, flute; Richard Kilmer, oboe; Kenneth Grant,...

International A Cappella Central Quarterfinal
Saturday, January 27

The International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella 2018 Tournament Quarterfinal will be held at the Universit of Rochester. The top two finishing groups...

Student Degree Recital - Wanting Zhao, piano
Saturday, January 27

The Eastman School of Music hosts student recitals throughout the academic year. Program information is subject to change and will be available in advance.

 Fifth House Ensemble - Americana
Saturday, January 27

Fifth House Ensemble Americana Program description: Fifth House Ensemble performs contemporary American piano trios of Stacy Garrop, Dan Visconti, Donald...

Sunday, January 28

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Sunday, January 28

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Zen Meditation Group
Sunday, January 28

The Zen Buddhist Group provides an opportunity for students to explore Buddhism and other Eastern traditions through weekly meditation session, discussions,...

Going for Baroque
Sunday, January 28

Enjoy a 25-minute presentation and mini-recital on the Italian Baroque organ by students at the Eastman School of Music.

Going for Baroque
Sunday, January 28

Enjoy a 25-minute presentation and mini-recital on the Italian Baroque organ by students at the Eastman School of Music.

Monday, January 29

Biology Seminar
Monday, January 29

Mridusmita Saikia, Cornell University "Exploring RNA-mediated gene expression regulation: implications for stress response and disease development"...

Pediatric Biomedical and Translational Research Seminar
Monday, January 29

Speaker: John Foxe, PhD, URMC, Department of Neuroscience

Working Parents Support Group
Monday, January 29

Join Life-Work Connections/EAP in collaboration with Well-U for an opportunity to gather with other career-minded parents for advice and support. More than...

Gilda's Club: Healing Qigong
Monday, January 29

Practicing Qigong has been proven to improve mood, sleep quality and anxiety, as well as enhance the functioning of the immune system. Qigong can also help...

Chemistry Physical Seminar
Monday, January 29

Stephen K. Doorn, Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies MPA-CINT. Photophysics and Quantum Emission Behavior of Carbon Nanotube Defect States"

Empire Film Music Ensemble
Monday, January 29

Eastman School of Music undergraduates Dylan Price and Michael Staffeldt established the Empire Film Music Ensemble (EFME) in fall of 2013, pursuing a dream...

Tuesday, January 30

Understanding Research Impact
Tuesday, January 30

In this interactive workshop you will learn how to manage your scholarly identity and boost your research impact. Learn time-saving strategies and get an...

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
Tuesday, January 30

The Roger M. Cass, M.D. Lecture. Speaker to be determined. Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this presentation participants should be able...

UR Student Information Technology and Institutional Research Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting
Tuesday, January 30

The UR Student Information Technology and Institutional Research Special Interest Group (SIG) will be conducting its first of several meetings geared to...

Screw Up Nights VOL. 1
Tuesday, January 30

Come hear about colossal mistakes, failures, embarrassments and rejections from friends and professors at the first ever Screw Up Night! There is no...

Wednesday, January 31

Rosalyn Engelman: Beauty is Everywhere
Wednesday, January 31

Rosalyn Engelman (American, born 1938) is a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. She works with a variety of materials and produces art with a...

Rosenberger Work-in-Progress Seminar
Wednesday, January 31

Dan Blim presents as part of the Jesse L. Rosenberger Work-in-Progress Seminar Series. Lunch will be provided.

“You CAN handle the Truth!”: Navigating Disinformation and Propaganda in the Digital Age
Wednesday, January 31

Learn How to Navigate Fake News and Propaganda in the Digital & Social Media Age. Presented by River Campus Libraries.

Eastman Wind Orchestra
Wednesday, January 31

Program: Ron Nelson: Passacaglia (Homage on B-A-C-H) Michael Daughetry: Reflections on the Mississippi Krenek: Dream Sequence Grainger: Lincolnshire...

January 2018