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August 20 - September 18, 2018

Monday, August 20

International Student Move-In Day

Welcome Class of 2022 and incoming Transfer students!

Exhibition: A Photographer’s Miscellany: A Potpourri of Images by Gerry Szymanski
Monday, August 20

Gerry Szymanski is a Rochester-based photographer, musician, and librarian. His work has been displayed in venues across Rochester, and his portraiture and...

Exhibition: Women in Arthurian Legend - Creators and Characters
Monday, August 20

This exhibit, designed by first-year student Claire Harte, uses Robbins Library materials to explore how the Arthurian myth has been a medium for both...

Transitioning Into Retirement Support Group
Monday, August 20

What is the greatest thing about a new voyage in life-after-work? You get to write your own ticket! However, you do not have to do it alone. Led by a...

Wilmot Cancer Institute: Healing Qigong for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Monday, August 20

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, August 21

Exhibition: A Photographer’s Miscellany: A Potpourri of Images by Gerry Szymanski
Tuesday, August 21

Gerry Szymanski is a Rochester-based photographer, musician, and librarian. His work has been displayed in venues across Rochester, and his portraiture and...

Exhibition: Over Here, Over There - Student-Soldiers at the University, 1850-1980
Tuesday, August 21

2018 marks the centennial of the end of the first World War. Almost 900 University students, alumni, alumnae, faculty, and staff participated in it, marching...

Exhibition: Women in Arthurian Legend - Creators and Characters
Tuesday, August 21

This exhibit, designed by first-year student Claire Harte, uses Robbins Library materials to explore how the Arthurian myth has been a medium for both...

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds
Tuesday, August 21

"Data and Safety Monitoring Boards", presented by Charles Lowenstein, MD, Paul N. Yu Professor in Cardiology, Professor of Medicine, Chief, Division of...

Tuesday Pipes
Tuesday, August 21

25-minute organ concert

Well-U: Guided Relaxation
Tuesday, August 21

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...

Roc City Sicklers Advocate Support Group
Tuesday, August 21

The ROC City Sicklers: A close-knit family-oriented, Advocacy Group for Children and Families living with Sickle Cell Disease. Our goal is to break down...

Wednesday, August 22

Arts, Sciences and Engineering: New Student Orientation

Welcome Class of 2022 and incoming Transfer students!

First-Year & Transfer Move-In Day

Welcome Class of 2022 and incoming Transfer students!

Nancy Lopez Golf Clinic and Luncheon to Benefit Wilmot Cancer Center
Wednesday, August 22

Join us at the Nancy Lopez Golf Clinic and Luncheon benefitting Wilmot Cancer Center. The golf clinic will offer intimate group instruction and face time...

Exhibition: A Photographer’s Miscellany: A Potpourri of Images by Gerry Szymanski
Wednesday, August 22

Gerry Szymanski is a Rochester-based photographer, musician, and librarian. His work has been displayed in venues across Rochester, and his portraiture and...

Exhibition: Over Here, Over There - Student-Soldiers at the University, 1850-1980
Wednesday, August 22

2018 marks the centennial of the end of the first World War. Almost 900 University students, alumni, alumnae, faculty, and staff participated in it, marching...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Wednesday, August 22

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Wednesday, August 22

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Financial Health Bite: College Financing
Wednesday, August 22

The Office of Total Rewards invites you to attend an informational seminar to learn about various strategies for saving and paying for a college education....

Fuel Your Fitness!
Wednesday, August 22

When it comes to supporting your active lifestyle, do you know what your body needs? Join experts Jennifer Lee, CPT and April Ho, RD, CPT from the lifestyle...

Webinar: Benefits Overview
Wednesday, August 22

The Office of Total Rewards conducts a Benefit Overview Webinar that provides a brief overview of the tools and resources available to assist faculty and...

Breastfeeding Research Poster Session
Wednesday, August 22

URMC is a national leader in breastfeeding medicine research, and as part of National Breastfeeding Month, more than 15 of our researchers will gather to...

Warner School of Education Beer Market Information Session
Wednesday, August 22

Come join Warner Admissions at the Beer Market at College Town for light appetizers and a drink ticket to learn more about graduate programs and...

Thursday, August 23

Arts, Sciences and Engineering: New Student Orientation

Welcome Class of 2022 and incoming Transfer students!

Exhibition: A Photographer’s Miscellany: A Potpourri of Images by Gerry Szymanski
Thursday, August 23

Gerry Szymanski is a Rochester-based photographer, musician, and librarian. His work has been displayed in venues across Rochester, and his portraiture and...

Exhibition: Women in Arthurian Legend - Creators and Characters
Thursday, August 23

This exhibit, designed by first-year student Claire Harte, uses Robbins Library materials to explore how the Arthurian myth has been a medium for both...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Thursday, August 23

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Thursday, August 23

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
Thursday, August 23

Thursday, August 23, 201811:00 am (registrants must arrive by 10:30 am)Registrants should check in at the Admissions reception desk, 2nd Floor, LeChase...

Healthy Living Wayland: 10 Week Program
Thursday, August 23

Did you know that a healthy diet and physical activity can reduce your risk of getting certain cancers? Join Healthy Living Wayland, sponsored by the Center...

Wilmot Cancer Institute: Gentle Yoga for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Thursday, August 23

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...

Wilmot Cancer Institute Benefit: Sticky Lips BBQ Fundraiser
Thursday, August 23

Proceeds from this Sticky Lips BBQ Fundraiser benefit the Wilmot Cancer Institute's Wilmot Warrior Walk, raising funds for cancer research and the Judy...

Docent-led Tour
Thursday, August 23

Docent-led tours. Included with museum admission. Meet at the Admission Desk.

Art Social ~ Simple prints
Thursday, August 23

Thursdays at 6:15 pm / $20 per art session / includes museum admissionJoin us for a creative, hands-on art lesson with an emphasis on fun. Art Social is one...

Friday, August 24

Arts, Sciences and Engineering: New Student Orientation

Welcome Class of 2022 and incoming Transfer students!

Exhibition: A Photographer’s Miscellany: A Potpourri of Images by Gerry Szymanski
Friday, August 24

Gerry Szymanski is a Rochester-based photographer, musician, and librarian. His work has been displayed in venues across Rochester, and his portraiture and...

Dog Days of Summer PET Therapy Calendar Meet & Greet
Friday, August 24

A growing pack of “celebrity” pups provide warm, courteous smiles, and uplifting engagement to patients of all ages throughout Strong Hospital as part of the...

Friends of Strong Gift Shop 25% Off Sale
Friday, August 24

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...

Exhibition: Over Here, Over There - Student-Soldiers at the University, 1850-1980
Friday, August 24

2018 marks the centennial of the end of the first World War. Almost 900 University students, alumni, alumnae, faculty, and staff participated in it, marching...

Exhibition: Women in Arthurian Legend - Creators and Characters
Friday, August 24

This exhibit, designed by first-year student Claire Harte, uses Robbins Library materials to explore how the Arthurian myth has been a medium for both...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Friday, August 24

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Friday, August 24

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Wilmot Cancer Institute: Healing Qigong for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Friday, August 24

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...

Saturday, August 25

Arts, Sciences and Engineering: New Student Orientation

Welcome Class of 2022 and incoming Transfer students!

Dog Days of Summer PET Therapy Calendar Meet & Greet
Saturday, August 25

A growing pack of “celebrity” pups provide warm, courteous smiles, and uplifting engagement to patients of all ages throughout Strong Hospital as part of the...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Saturday, August 25

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

Saturday Brunch at Brown Hound Downtown
Saturday, August 25

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...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Saturday, August 25

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Kids Create Dates
Saturday, August 25

Kids Create Dates are the thing to do with your kids at MAG. We offer fun and flexible creative art projects you can make before, after or while your family...

Sunday, August 26

Arts, Sciences and Engineering: New Student Orientation

Welcome Class of 2022 and incoming Transfer students!

Sunday Brunch at MAG with Brown Hound Downtown
Sunday, August 26

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...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Sunday, August 26

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Sunday, August 26

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Dog Days of Summer PET Therapy Calendar Meet & Greet
Sunday, August 26

A growing pack of “celebrity” pups provide warm, courteous smiles, and uplifting engagement to patients of all ages throughout Strong Hospital as part of the...

Going for Baroque
Sunday, August 26

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

Meet the Artist: Nancy Jurs
Sunday, August 26

Nancy Jurs is well known as a potter who trained at Rochester Institute of Technology’s School for American Craftsmen. Less known are her sculptures and...

Italian Baroque Organ Mini-Recital
Sunday, August 26

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

Monday, August 27

Arts, Sciences and Engineering: New Student Orientation

Welcome Class of 2022 and incoming Transfer students!

Warner School of Education Non-Matric Advising and General Info Session
Monday, August 27

Come join Warner Admissions at Finger Lakes Coffee Roasters at Strong Memorial Hospital to learn more about graduate programs and non-matriculated course...

Dog Days of Summer PET Therapy Calendar Meet & Greet
Monday, August 27

A growing pack of “celebrity” pups provide warm, courteous smiles, and uplifting engagement to patients of all ages throughout Strong Hospital as part of the...

Exhibition: Over Here, Over There - Student-Soldiers at the University, 1850-1980
Monday, August 27

2018 marks the centennial of the end of the first World War. Almost 900 University students, alumni, alumnae, faculty, and staff participated in it, marching...

Exhibition: Women in Arthurian Legend - Creators and Characters
Monday, August 27

This exhibit, designed by first-year student Claire Harte, uses Robbins Library materials to explore how the Arthurian myth has been a medium for both...

Wilson Day of Engagement
Monday, August 27

This year's theme for the 30th Anniversary of Wilson day, Think Global, Act Local, emphasizes the importance of new Rochester students becoming active and...

Physical Activity & Mood
Monday, August 27

Humans are designed for regular physical activity. The sedentary nature of much of modern life most likely plays a significant role in the epidemic incidence...

Design Day Session: Breast Pump Automatic Cleaner Prototype
Monday, August 27

Breast milk pumps need to be cleaned as many as eight times a day; for busy parents caring for their newborns in the NICU, automating the process would be a...

Wilmot Cancer Institute: Healing Qigong for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Monday, August 27

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...

Warner School of Education: New Student Orientation
Monday, August 27

If you are starting classes this fall at the Warner School of Education, plan to attend this orientation session. Invitations will be sent with registration...

Tuesday, August 28

Arts, Sciences and Engineering: New Student Orientation

Welcome Class of 2022 and incoming Transfer students!

Exhibition: Women in Arthurian Legend - Creators and Characters
Tuesday, August 28

This exhibit, designed by first-year student Claire Harte, uses Robbins Library materials to explore how the Arthurian myth has been a medium for both...

Racial Equity: Half Lies, Half Truths and Framing an Issue With a Racial Equity Lens
Tuesday, August 28

The Council for Diversity and Inclusiveness at the University of Rochester School of Nursing is hosting a presentation on "Half Lies, Half Truths and Framing...

Tuesday Pipes
Tuesday, August 28

25-minute organ concerts featuring Eastman organ students, faculty, and special guests

UR Student Information Technology and Institutional Research Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting
Tuesday, August 28

The UR Student Information Technology and Institutional Research Special Interest Group (SIG) will be conducting meetings geared to collect design feedback...

Wednesday, August 29

First Day of Classes Concert
Wednesday, August 29

A "first-day-of-the-academic-year" tradition. From the balcony at Rush Rhees Library.

Exhibition: Women in Arthurian Legend - Creators and Characters
Wednesday, August 29

This exhibit, designed by first-year student Claire Harte, uses Robbins Library materials to explore how the Arthurian myth has been a medium for both...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Wednesday, August 29

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Wednesday, August 29

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Financial Health Bite: Refinancing Your Student Loans
Wednesday, August 29

The Office of Total Rewards invites you to attend an informational seminar to learn about the options for consolidating your federal and private student loan...

URBEST Career Story: Katrina Korfmacher, PhD
Wednesday, August 29

Katrina Korfmacher, URBEST Policy Leader, will share her Career Story and enlist your help to evaluate interest and topics for creating a student-led Science...

Physics & Astronomy Colloquium
Wednesday, August 29

Bharat Ratra, Kansas State University Tea at 3:30 p.m. Bausch & Lomb Lobby

Faculty Town Hall on Presidential Search
Wednesday, August 29

Members of the Trustees’ Presidential Search Committee (TPSC) invite all staff members to participate in Town Hall meetings to discuss the search for the...

School of Nursing Class of August 2018 Pinning Ceremony
Wednesday, August 29

Celebrating the graduation of the School of Nursing Accelerated Program for Non Nurses August 2018 Class.

Staff Town Hall on Presidential Search
Wednesday, August 29

Members of the Trustees’ Presidential Search Committee (TPSC) invite all staff members to participate in Town Hall meetings to discuss the search for the...

Simon Part-Time Registration and Orientation
Wednesday, August 29

Students have the option of beginning their studies before formally applying to the Professional MBA (PMBA) program through a non-matriculated start....

Faculty Artist Series: Russell Miller, piano, with guest Jolyon Pegis
Wednesday, August 29

Eastman faculty members are world-renowned soloists and chamber musicians; their recitals in Kilbourn Hall and Hatch Recital Hall are an important part of...

Thursday, August 30

Exhibition: Women in Arthurian Legend - Creators and Characters
Thursday, August 30

This exhibit, designed by first-year student Claire Harte, uses Robbins Library materials to explore how the Arthurian myth has been a medium for both...

Faculty Town Hall on Presidential Search
Thursday, August 30

Members of the Trustees’ Presidential Search Committee (TPSC) invite all staff members to participate in Town Hall meetings to discuss the search for the...

Getting Involved 101
Thursday, August 30

Welcome First Years! Want to know how to get involved on campus? Come out to this event to learn how to build a community on campus, how to navigate the...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Thursday, August 30

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Thursday, August 30

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Wilmot Cancer Institute: Gentle Yoga for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Thursday, August 30

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...

Docent-led Tour
Thursday, August 30

Docent-led tours. Included with museum admission. Meet at the Admission Desk.

Art Social ~ Colorful collages
Thursday, August 30

Thursdays at 6:15 pm / $20 per art session / includes museum admissionJoin us for a creative, hands-on art lesson with an emphasis on fun. Art Social is one...

Cru Weekly Meeting
Thursday, August 30

Join Cru, a caring community passionate about connecting people to Jesus Christ, for our weekly large group meeting. We'll spend time hearing from Cru staff...

Friday, August 31

Art Social ~ Sketching with watercolors! ($5 Friday!)

$5 Fridays at 6:15 pm / $15 per art session / includes museum admission Join us for a creative, hands-on art lesson with an emphasis on fun. Art Social is...

Yellowjacket Weekend

Celebrate the beginning of the academic year with fun and exciting events including the Fall Activities Fair, live music, a luau, fun foods, movies,...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Friday, August 31

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Friday, August 31

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Careers in Data Science:  "What I Did on My Summer Internship"
Friday, August 31

Join us to hear from a panel of student speakers about summer internships. Sofia Salen (MS Candidate), Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.Trevor Whitestone (Class of...

URBEST Career Story: Katrina Korfmacher, PhD
Friday, August 31

Katrina Korfmacher, PhD, Associate Professor of Environmental Medicine and URBEST Policy will share her Career Story and enlist your help to evaluate...

Wilmot Cancer Institute: Healing Qigong for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Friday, August 31

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...

Fall Activities Fair
Friday, August 31

Come check out all of the clubs that the University has to offer. The event will feature live demonstrations and an opportunity to get involved on campus....

$5 Friday
Friday, August 31

Make MAG your Friday night destination on $5 Friday. On select Fridays from 5-9 pm, enjoy $5 admission, access to our world-class art collection and a $5...

Cinema Group Film:  Avengers - Infinity War
Friday, August 31

Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk and the rest of the Avengers unite to battle their most powerful enemy yet -- the evil Thanos. On a mission to collect all six...

Fall Show Theater Auditions
Friday, August 31

Auditions for the International Theatre Program’s extraordinary fall show, Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. by Alice Birch will be held at 7pm on Friday,...

Saturday, September 1

Yellowjacket Weekend

Celebrate the beginning of the academic year with fun and exciting events including the Fall Activities Fair, live music, a luau, fun foods, movies,...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Saturday, September 1

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Saturday, September 1

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Elizabeth Cohen: Departures from the Precedent
Saturday, September 1

This pop-up exhibition of three works by Elizabeth Cohen evidences her layered thought process as well as her incredibly broad skill-set. Cohen taught in the...

Kids Create Dates
Saturday, September 1

Kids Create Dates are the thing to do with your kids at MAG. We offer fun and flexible creative art projects you can make before, after or while your family...

 Fall Show Theater Auditions
Saturday, September 1

Auditions for the International Theatre Program’s extraordinary fall show, Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. by Alice Birch will be held at 7pm on Friday,...

Sunday, September 2

CLOSED Sunday Brunch for Labor Day Weekend

Brown Hound Downtown is MAG's in-house restaurant featuring fresh, hyper-local & creative dining will be closed on Labor Day Weekend. We will re-open for...

Yellowjacket Weekend

Celebrate the beginning of the academic year with fun and exciting events including the Fall Activities Fair, live music, a luau, fun foods, movies,...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Sunday, September 2

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

Poster Sale
Sunday, September 2

Looking to liven up your dorm room? Come check out the Poster sale to get something to decorate your bare walls. There are a variety of posters for you to...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Sunday, September 2

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Elizabeth Cohen: Departures from the Precedent
Sunday, September 2

This pop-up exhibition of three works by Elizabeth Cohen evidences her layered thought process as well as her incredibly broad skill-set. Cohen taught in the...

Going for Baroque
Sunday, September 2

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

Sunday Docent-led Tours
Sunday, September 2

Docent-led tours. Learn more about our permanent collection. Included with museum admission. Meet at the Admission Desk.

Italian Baroque Organ Mini-Recital
Sunday, September 2

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

Monday, September 3

Poster Sale
Monday, September 3

Looking to liven up your dorm room? Come check out the Poster sale to get something to decorate your bare walls. There are a variety of posters for you to...

Wilmot Cancer Institute: Healing Qigong for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Monday, September 3

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, September 4

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Tuesday, September 4

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

Poster Sale
Tuesday, September 4

Looking to liven up your dorm room? Come check out the Poster sale to get something to decorate your bare walls. There are a variety of posters for you to...

School of Nursing Convocation Ceremony
Tuesday, September 4

Formal beginning of the academic school year.

Elizabeth Cohen: Departures from the Precedent
Tuesday, September 4

This pop-up exhibition of three works by Elizabeth Cohen evidences her layered thought process as well as her incredibly broad skill-set. Cohen taught in the...

Page-Turners For Teaching
Tuesday, September 4

Every 1st Tuesday | 4:00 pm-5:00 pm | Dewey 1-160B Curious about how best to teach and train others? Considering an academic career? Lacking opportunities...

Tuesday Pipes
Tuesday, September 4

25-minute organ concerts featuring Eastman organ students, faculty, and special guests

Red Cross Blood Drive: Strong Donor Room
Tuesday, September 4

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...

Staff Town Hall on Presidential Search
Tuesday, September 4

Members of the Trustees’ Presidential Search Committee (TPSC) invite all staff members to participate in Town Hall meetings to discuss the search for the...

Faculty Artist Series: Jazz & Contemporary Media Faculty Concert
Tuesday, September 4

Charles Pillow, saxophone; Clay Jenkins, trumpet; Mark Kellogg, trombone; Bob Sneider, guitar; Gary Versace, Bill Dobbins, and Dariusz Terefenko, piano; Jeff...

Wednesday, September 5

Poster Sale
Wednesday, September 5

Looking to liven up your dorm room? Come check out the Poster sale to get something to decorate your bare walls. There are a variety of posters for you to...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Wednesday, September 5

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Welcome Back Vendor Fair
Wednesday, September 5

The Pit vendors will be offering free product samples. A variety of vendors will be present including Pepsi Co., Cheesy Eddies, Hershey and Frito Lay. Our...

Elizabeth Cohen: Departures from the Precedent
Wednesday, September 5

This pop-up exhibition of three works by Elizabeth Cohen evidences her layered thought process as well as her incredibly broad skill-set. Cohen taught in the...

Financial Health Bite: College Financing
Wednesday, September 5

The Office of Total Rewards invites you to attend an informational seminar to learn about various strategies for saving and paying for a college education....

Physics and Astronomy Colloquium
Wednesday, September 5

Troy Carter, UCLA "Overview of the Basic Plasma Science Facility The Basic Plasma Science Facility" (BaPSF) at UCLA is a US national user facility for...

Opening Reception: Elizabeth Cohen - Departures from the Precedent
Wednesday, September 5

This pop-up exhibition of three works by Elizabeth Cohenevidences her layered thought process as well as her incredibly broad skill-set. Cohen taught in the...

Student Town Hall on Presidential Search
Wednesday, September 5

Members of the Trustees’ Presidential Search Committee (TPSC) invite all staff members to participate in Town Hall meetings to discuss the search for the...

Thursday, September 6

Toastmasters Club Meeting
Thursday, September 6

Toastmasters offers a fun, low-pressure learning experience that uses a proven method to improve your public speaking, presentation, and leadership skills.

Staff Town Hall on Presidential Search
Thursday, September 6

Members of the Trustees’ Presidential Search Committee (TPSC) invite all staff members to participate in Town Hall meetings to discuss the search for the...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Thursday, September 6

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

Poster Sale
Thursday, September 6

Looking to liven up your dorm room? Come check out the Poster sale to get something to decorate your bare walls. There are a variety of posters for you to...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Thursday, September 6

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Student Town Hall on Presidential Search
Thursday, September 6

Members of the Trustees’ Presidential Search Committee (TPSC) invite all staff members to participate in Town Hall meetings to discuss the search for the...

Wilmot Cancer Institute: Gentle Yoga for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Thursday, September 6

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...

Faculty Town Hall on Presidential Search
Thursday, September 6

Members of the Trustees’ Presidential Search Committee (TPSC) invite all staff members to participate in Town Hall meetings to discuss the search for the...

School of Medicine and Dentistry Opening Convocation Ceremony
Thursday, September 6

Awards to be presented: - Medical & Graduate Student Achievement Awards - Postdoctoral Achievement Awards - Resident Humanism in Medicine Teaching Awards ...

Staff Town Hall on Presidential Search
Thursday, September 6

Members of the Trustees’ Presidential Search Committee (TPSC) invite all staff members to participate in Town Hall meetings to discuss the search for the...

Docent-led Tour
Thursday, September 6

Docent-led tours. Included with museum admission. Meet at the Admission Desk.

Art Social ~ Sketching with Watercolors
Thursday, September 6

Join us for a creative, hands-on art lesson with an emphasis on fun. Art Social is one of our SHORTS programs, often held right near the MAG’s front...

Pop-Up Talk with the Curator
Thursday, September 6

Have you ever wondered how museum exhibitions are made? Spend some time with MAG curator Jessica Marten and learn more about how her discovery of the work of...

Student Town Hall on Presidential Search
Thursday, September 6

Members of the Trustees’ Presidential Search Committee (TPSC) invite all staff members to participate in Town Hall meetings to discuss the search for the...

Cru Weekly Meeting
Thursday, September 6

Join Cru, a caring community passionate about connecting people to Jesus Christ, for our weekly large group meeting. We'll spend time hearing from Cru staff...

Faculty Artist Series: Alexander Kobrin, piano
Thursday, September 6

Chopin: Piano Sonatas No. 1-3. Tickets $10; free to University of Rochester ID holders, students and current series subscribers.

Friday, September 7

Chemistry Organic Seminar
Friday, September 7

Professor Zhang Wang, University of Albany

Red Cross Blood Drive: Strong Donor Room
Friday, September 7

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...

60th Annual Clare Dennison Lecture: Improving Lives Through Research
Friday, September 7

"Improving Lives Through Research" Nancy Dianis '85N (MS) 2018 School of Nursing Distinguished Alumna Award Recipient Vice President and Study Area...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Friday, September 7

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

Free Fall Music Fridays
Friday, September 7

College Town welcomes you to enjoy 'Free Friday Music' during your lunch break. September 7th Sam Nitsch Music is the featured artist. We bring Gordon...

Poster Sale
Friday, September 7

Looking to liven up your dorm room? Come check out the Poster sale to get something to decorate your bare walls. There are a variety of posters for you to...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Friday, September 7

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Careers in Data Science: Kazuki Sakamoto '09
Friday, September 7

Kaz Sakamoto is a senior data scientist at Lander Analytics, an Adjunct Professor of Urban Analytics at Columbia University-GSAPP and research affiliate with...

Elizabeth Cohen: Departures from the Precedent
Friday, September 7

This pop-up exhibition of three works by Elizabeth Cohen evidences her layered thought process as well as her incredibly broad skill-set. Cohen taught in the...

Student Town Hall on Presidential Search
Friday, September 7

Members of the Trustees’ Presidential Search Committee (TPSC) invite all staff members to participate in Town Hall meetings to discuss the search for the...

Friday Docent-led Tours
Friday, September 7

Docent-led tours. Learn more about our permanent collection. Included with museum admission. Meet at the Admission Desk.

Wilmot Cancer Institute: Healing Qigong for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Friday, September 7

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...

Club Rochester
Friday, September 7

A great place to meet, eat, and relax with students, faculty, and staff. Enjoy delicious free appetizers and low cost beverages at our campus happy hour.

Saturday, September 8

Clothesline Festival
Saturday, September 8

At Rochester's largest and longest-running fine art and crafts festival, browse and buy original work by New York state artists, enjoy all-day live...

Perinton Urgent Care Open House
Saturday, September 8

UR Medicine Urgent Care is opening a brand new, state-of-the-art location in Perinton at 1669 Pittsford-Victor Road on September 12, 2018. Before then, the...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Saturday, September 8

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

Saturday Brunch at Brown Hound Downtown
Saturday, September 8

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...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Saturday, September 8

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Elizabeth Cohen: Departures from the Precedent
Saturday, September 8

This pop-up exhibition of three works by Elizabeth Cohen evidences her layered thought process as well as her incredibly broad skill-set. Cohen taught in the...

Kids Create Dates
Saturday, September 8

Kids Create Dates are the thing to do with your kids at MAG. We offer fun and flexible creative art projects you can make before, after or while your family...

Faculty Artist Series: Eastman Virtuosi
Saturday, September 8

Bonita Boyd, flute; Richard Killmer, oboe; Kenneth Grant, clarinet; George Sakakeeny, bassoon; W. Peter Kurau, horn; Irina Lupines, piano; Renée Jolles,...

Sunday, September 9

Sixth Annual Wilmot Warrior Walk
Sunday, September 9

Cancer impacts thousands of people in our region every year. It can leave us feeling powerless, but you can take action to help cancer patients and survivors...

Clothesline Festival
Sunday, September 9

At Rochester's largest and longest-running fine art and crafts festival, browse and buy original work by New York state artists, enjoy all-day live...

Perinton Urgent Care Open House
Sunday, September 9

UR Medicine Urgent Care is opening a brand new, state-of-the-art location in Perinton at 1669 Pittsford-Victor Road on September 12, 2018. Before then, the...

Sunday Brunch at MAG with Brown Hound Downtown
Sunday, September 9

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...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Sunday, September 9

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

The Surreal Visions of Josephine Tota
Sunday, September 9

Opens Sunday, July 15–September 9, 2018 In her early seventies, Josephine Tota discovered painting as a means to transform a difficult past into harrowing,...

Elizabeth Cohen: Departures from the Precedent
Sunday, September 9

This pop-up exhibition of three works by Elizabeth Cohen evidences her layered thought process as well as her incredibly broad skill-set. Cohen taught in the...

Going for Baroque
Sunday, September 9

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

Sunday Docent-led Tours
Sunday, September 9

Docent-led tours. Learn more about our permanent collection. Included with museum admission. Meet at the Admission Desk.

Italian Baroque Organ Mini-Recital
Sunday, September 9

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

Monday, September 10

Biology Donut Talk
Monday, September 10

Dr. Benoit Biteau, URMC, Department of Biomedical Genetics -- "Chasing SOXs from development to stem cells" Photo by Hans Reniers on Unsplash

Wilmot Cancer Institute: Healing Qigong for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Monday, September 10

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 Inorganic Seminar
Monday, September 10

Professor Jenny Yang, University of California @ Irvine

Hearing in a World of Light: The Why, Where, and How of Connecting Visual and Auditory Information in the Brain
Monday, September 10

University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry The Neuroscience Graduate Program presents Jennifer Groh, Ph.D. Professor, Dept. of Psychology and...

Faculty Artist Series: Celebrating Eastman’s Collaborative Pianists
Monday, September 10

Mark Kellogg, trombone; Oleh Krysa, violin; Guy Johnston, cello; Chien-Kwan Lin, saxophone. Brahms: Sonata No. 3 in D minor, Op.108; Pablo de Sarasate:...

Tuesday, September 11

Health Bites: Mindfulness and Meditation
Tuesday, September 11

Estalyn Walcoff, L.M.H.C., M.A., R.N.P. Most people think of meditation as clearing your mind of all thoughts. In actuality, meditation is just practicing...

Colloquia: Synthetic Optical Holography
Tuesday, September 11

Dr. P. Scott Carney, Institute of Optics Abstract: Scattering scanning near-field optical microscopy (s-SNOM) provides resolution of 5-10 nm and is...

Wednesday, September 12

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Wednesday, September 12

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

Financial Health Bite: Know Before You Close
Wednesday, September 12

The Office of Total Rewards invites you to attend an informational seminar for anyone who wants to own or sell a home. This seminar can answer the questions...

Get Ready to Ride: Bicycling Seminar (Bicycle Maintenance)
Wednesday, September 12

Pedaling to work or school is a one-size-fits-all activity that doesn’t require ample technical gear, intense physical training, or a “hardcore” mentality....

Well-U: Become a Runner Informational Session
Wednesday, September 12

New to running or looking to get back into it? Well-U teams up with the YMCA to provide an overview of the upcoming Become a Runner, couch to 5k running...

UR Student Steering Committee Meeting
Wednesday, September 12

The UR Student leadership team will be presenting a project update to the UR Student Steering Committee. Note: Attendance is by invitation only. Visit the...

Physics and Astronomy Colloquium
Wednesday, September 12

Michael Zemcov, Rochester Institute of Technology. Tea at 3:30 at Bausch & Lomb Lobby

Bridge Art Gallery Reception: Connecting Through Music
Wednesday, September 12

Come enjoy the works displayed in the Bridge Art Gallery's current show, Connecting Through Music. Connecting Through Music features artwork from local and...

Resume & Cover Letter Lab for On-Campus Jobs
Wednesday, September 12

Interested in getting a job or research position on-campus? Stop by and hear from the Student Employment office and the Career Center all in one place to...

Thursday, September 13

URBEST Retreat and Career Workshop
Thursday, September 13

Register for the Retreat (or parts of it) 9:00 – 11:30 am Career Workshop Led by Randy Ribaudo, Co-founder SciPhD, Transferable skills during research...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Thursday, September 13

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

EHSC Seminar Series:  Professor Todd Camenisch
Thursday, September 13

Professor Todd Camenisch (St. John Fisher College) will present a seminar entitled: Arsenic disrupts cardiac EMT as part of the Environmental Health...

Get Ready to Ride - Bicycling Seminar (Bicycle Maintenance)
Thursday, September 13

Pedaling to work or school is a one-size-fits-all activity that doesn’t require ample technical gear, intense physical training, or a “hardcore” mentality....

Rosenberger Work-in-Progress Seminar
Thursday, September 13

Jacob Lewis presents as part of the Jesse L. Rosenberger Work-in-Progress Seminar Series. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP by selecting "I'm interested"...

Transfer Student Open House at the Greene Center
Thursday, September 13

Stop by the Gwen M. Greene Career & Internship Center anytime between 12-2pm on Thursday September 14th to check out our space, and learn more about how The...

Wilmot Cancer Institute: Gentle Yoga for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Thursday, September 13

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...

Chemistry Inorganic Seminar
Thursday, September 13

Professor Steve Sibener, University of Chicago

Well-U: Become a Runner Informational Session
Thursday, September 13

New to running or looking to get back into it? Well-U teams up with the YMCA to provide an overview of the upcoming Become a Runner, couch to 5k running...

Docent-led Tour
Thursday, September 13

Docent-led tours. Included with museum admission. Meet at the Admission Desk.

Art Social ~ Silly Doodles
Thursday, September 13

Join us for a creative, hands-on art lesson with an emphasis on fun. Art Social is one of our SHORTS programs, often held right near the MAG’s front...

Cru Weekly Meeting
Thursday, September 13

Join Cru, a caring community passionate about connecting people to Jesus Christ, for our weekly large group meeting. We'll spend time hearing from Cru staff...

Friday, September 14

Proposal-Writing for Humanities  Grants & Fellowships
Friday, September 14

Need money for research and travel? Not quite sure how to get it? We can help! Join us onFriday, September 14, 10-11.30, Rush Rhees Library Instruction Room...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Friday, September 14

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

Distinguished Research Seminar in Data Science:  Jon Kleinberg
Friday, September 14

Goergen Institute for Data Science welcomes distinquished lecturer Jon Kleinberg. Title: Inherent Trade-Offs in Algorithmic Fairness Abstract: Recent...

Free Fall Music Fridays
Friday, September 14

College Town welcomes you to enjoy 'Free Friday Music' during your lunch break. September 7th Sam Nitsch Music is the featured artist. We bring Gordon...

Friday Docent-led Tours
Friday, September 14

Docent-led tours. Learn more about our permanent collection. Included with museum admission. Meet at the Admission Desk.

Wilmot Cancer Institute: Healing Qigong for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Friday, September 14

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...

Institute for Popular Music at Fringe: The Yes Album
Friday, September 14

KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival: The University of Rochester Institute for Popular Music and the Eastman School of Music present two concerts on Sept. 14,...

The Bald Faced Truth: Comedy Songs by James Harvey
Friday, September 14

KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival: Almost a concert, kind of a standup-comedy show, maybe a musical, THE BALD-FACED TRUTH a thrilling collision of song and...

University at Fringe: Led Zeppelin IV
Friday, September 14

The University of Rochester Institute for Popular Music presents a complete performance of Led Zeppelin IV, featuring students, faculty, and staff of the...

Saturday, September 15

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Saturday, September 15

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

Saturday Brunch at Brown Hound Downtown
Saturday, September 15

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...

Kids Create Dates
Saturday, September 15

Kids Create Dates are the thing to do with your kids at MAG. We offer fun and flexible creative art projects you can make before, after or while your family...

URMC Diversity Cookout
Saturday, September 15

The URMC Diversity Cookout promotes and celebrates the diversity of URMC students and trainees. RSVP by Sept. 7: goo.gl/rArSQY Sponsored by URMC:...

DRE|RED
Saturday, September 15

What happens when the 13-member Dave Rivello Ensemble plugs in? DRE|RED! Sharp angles contrasted with smooth textures combine with dynamic solos to create an...

Howie Hypnotize
Saturday, September 15

Ever wanted to be on stage at Fringe? Here’s your chance – at the HOWIE HYPNOTIZE COMEDY HYPNOSIS SHOW – the interactive experience that makes YOU the star...

Sunday, September 16

Sunday Brunch at MAG with Brown Hound Downtown
Sunday, September 16

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...

Bruce Nauman: No, No, New Museum
Sunday, September 16

In his now classic video artwork No, No, New Museum, Bruce Nauman takes the idea of an artist or artwork saying “no” to an extreme. It is a 62-minute...

Going for Baroque
Sunday, September 16

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

Sunday Docent-led Tours
Sunday, September 16

Docent-led tours. Learn more about our permanent collection. Included with museum admission. Meet at the Admission Desk.

Rochester Fringe Festival: Gospel Sunday
Sunday, September 16

Sing Sunday, SING. Reverend Rickey Harvey of Mt. Olivet Baptist Church hosts an afternoon of sacred song by some of Rochester’s best gospel artists. Be...

The Art and Story of Esther Nisenthal Krinitz: Her Daughters Remember
Sunday, September 16

This illustrated lecture will feature sisters Helene McQuade and Bernice Steinhardt as they talk about the textile art of their mother, Esther Nisenthal...

Italian Baroque Organ Mini-Recital
Sunday, September 16

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

Monday, September 17

Biology Donut Talk
Monday, September 17

Dr. William Bement, University of Wisconsin-Madison -- “Nonlinearity and cell division: The cell cortex as an excitable medium” Photo by Hans Reniers on...

Department of Microbiology and Immunology Seminar Series