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February 29 - March 29, 2020

Saturday, February 29

Simon School: Donut Discussion
Saturday, February 29

A morning informal information session for students interested in the Professional & Executive MBA program as well as Master's in Medical Management

Exhibition: To Reach Our Farthest Star: Leading the University of Rochester, 1850-2019
Saturday, February 29

In his 1963 inaugural address, President W. Allen Wallis noted that if the University of Rochester did not already have a fine motto in Meliora, it might...

Saturday Brunch at Brown Hound Downtown
Saturday, February 29

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...

Friends of Strong Gift Shop: Leap into Savings Sale
Saturday, February 29

Stop by the Friends of Strong Gift Shop from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and draw a ticket to win up to 29% off your purchase or other prizes. The Gift Shop is...

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Saturday, February 29

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

detail from shown: Judith Schaechter, The Battle of Carnival and Lent, (detail) 2010-2011.
Saturday, February 29

The Path to Paradise is the first survey and major scholarly assessment of this groundbreaking artist’s 37-year stained glass career. Organized by the...

Mindful University: Relax and Renew
Saturday, February 29

An opportunity to rest and renew within an immersive mediative environment. Practices include breath awareness, mindful movement, and walking meditations....

URSGA February Games Day
Saturday, February 29

Come join URSGA for a full day of board game fun! We will be playing games from noon to midnight in Wilco 121 and 122. Stop by and have some fun!

Varsity Women's Basketball vs Emory - Senior Day
Saturday, February 29

University of Rochester varsity women's basketball game versus Emory University (UAA Conference Game) Senior day ceremonies to take place prior to the start...

Kids Create Dates
Saturday, February 29

Saturdays | 1 – 3 pm | $15 per child, per session The class will be held in the Pavilion or the Creative Workshop. Check-in at the Admission Desk for...

Music Cognition Symposia
Saturday, February 29

Guest Speaker: Steven Brown (University of Minnesota) Symposia are open to the public, and all are welcome.

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week: Open Mic Event at Boulder Coffee
Saturday, February 29

During this time of year, Western NY Comprehensive Care Center (WNYCCCED) works to educate the community about eating disorders and the importance of...

Varsity Men's Basketball vs Emory - Senior Day
Saturday, February 29

University of Rochester varsity men's basketball game versus Emory University (UAA Conference Game) Senior day ceremonies will take place prior to the start...

Cena Latina: Latin Conversation Hour
Saturday, February 29

Cena latina is an informal Latin Conversation Hour offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language. Would...

DanTalk Bang - 단톡방/ Korean Conversation Hours
Saturday, February 29

Dantalk Bang is an informal Conversation Hour in Korean offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language....

27th Annual Miss Black and Gold Scholarship Pageant and Ball
Saturday, February 29

The Miss Black & Gold Pageant is an event where the Mu Sigma Chapter gets to perform community service and bond with young women who attend a college in the...

**CANCELLED** PS4 Fifa Tournament
Saturday, February 29

Love playing PS4? Love FIFA? What about competing in a PS4 Fifa Tournament while listening to the Commentary in different languages? You can have all of that...

ADITI Presents: Once Upon a Time in Mela
Saturday, February 29

Come join ADITI for the 35th rendition for Mela where we showcase a drama-filled skit, amazing performances and of course, dinner catered from Tandoor of...

Me Too Monologues
Saturday, February 29

Attend the second annual Me Too Monologues presentation put on by College Feminists. As a student written show, the show celebrates the different experiences...

Theatre: Everybody by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Saturday, February 29

2016 MacArthur “Genius” Fellow, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s Pulitzer Prize finalist play, Everybody, comes to Todd in Spring 2020. This unconventional, and...

Swingin' in the Snow
Saturday, February 29

Join the Swing Dance Club for a free, fun night of dancing and live music! The night begins with a beginner lesson and will feature performances from the...

Sunday, March 1

Exhibition: To Reach Our Farthest Star: Leading the University of Rochester, 1850-2019
Sunday, March 1

In his 1963 inaugural address, President W. Allen Wallis noted that if the University of Rochester did not already have a fine motto in Meliora, it might...

Sunday Brunch at Brown Hound Downtown
Sunday, March 1

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...

Catholic Sunday Mass
Sunday, March 1

Join us for Sunday Mass, sponsored by the Catholic Newman Community.

detail from shown: Judith Schaechter, The Battle of Carnival and Lent, (detail) 2010-2011.
Sunday, March 1

The Path to Paradise is the first survey and major scholarly assessment of this groundbreaking artist’s 37-year stained glass career. Organized by the...

Going for Baroque
Sunday, March 1

Every Sunday afternoon at 1 pm and 3 pm, an Eastman organ student demonstrates the sounds of the Italian Baroque Organ at the Memorial Art Gallery in a brief...

Print Seller's Window
Sunday, March 1

Take a one hour, Docent-led tour of the MAG collection. Learn more about the artists and history of the art in our collection. Docent-led tours run September...

Bridge to Paradise: BIODANCE
Sunday, March 1

Judith Schaechter’s work comes alive through performance by BIODANCE and projected media by W. Michelle Harris in the M&T Bank Ballroom. Photo of Missy...

Theatre: Everybody by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Sunday, March 1

2016 MacArthur “Genius” Fellow, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s Pulitzer Prize finalist play, Everybody, comes to Todd in Spring 2020. This unconventional, and...

Going for Baroque
Sunday, March 1

Every Sunday afternoon at 1 pm and 3 pm, an Eastman organ student demonstrates the sounds of the Italian Baroque Organ at the Memorial Art Gallery in a brief...

Catholic Sunday Mass
Sunday, March 1

Join us for Sunday Mass, sponsored by the Catholic Newman Community.

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Sunday, March 1

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Rock Repertory Ensemble Concert
Sunday, March 1

From the class that rocks!

Monday, March 2

Exhibition: To Reach Our Farthest Star: Leading the University of Rochester, 1850-2019
Monday, March 2

In his 1963 inaugural address, President W. Allen Wallis noted that if the University of Rochester did not already have a fine motto in Meliora, it might...

Exhibition: How Things Are Consumed by Mizin Shin
Monday, March 2

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Mizin Shin, How Things Are Consumed. Fried, baked, steamed, mashed, smashed, or boiled. One of...

Open Art Therapy Studio
Monday, March 2

The art studio group format is designed to provide comfort, relaxation and inspiration to individuals who have been affected by cancer while connecting with...

University of Rochester Logo
Monday, March 2

Come engage with TAR Fellows presenting their education research posters, hear from a panel of four former UR TAR Fellows about their subsequent career...

Eastman Performing Arts Medicine: Rosanne Moore, harp
Monday, March 2

Dr. Moore is a recent graduate student at the Eastman School of Music, and a well loved artist in residence at Strong Memorial Hospital. Eastman Performing...

Graduate Student Leadership Committee Communications Subcommittee through the Society of Toxicology Podcast: Interview with an Expert - Academia
Monday, March 2

Ever wondered what it’s like to become an established research professor in academia? Come join us for a discussion about how to run a lab, a graduate...

Labyrinth Meditation
Monday, March 2

Come enjoy a few moments of quiet, contemplative silence as you walk the labyrinth. An ancient form of walking meditation, the labyrinth offers you an...

UR Student Divisional Financials Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting
Monday, March 2

The UR Student Finance Special Interest Group (SIG) will be meeting monthly to continue informing and collecting faculty feedback regarding the University's...

Biology PhD Thesis Defense
Monday, March 2

Ching-Ho Chang, "Meiotic drive and rapid genome evolution in Drosophila"

LiDA Colloquium Series: Open Education Resources (OER): Continuing the Dialogue
Monday, March 2

Open Education Resources (OER) has the potential to transform how we share our work and build on each other’s products in the digital age, yet we are far...

Meditation Class
Monday, March 2

This class is open to all Wilmot Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. Meditation is a way to help manage stress by quieting and relaxing the mind...

Nachos y Charla - Spanish Conversation Hour
Monday, March 2

This is an informal Conversation Hour in Spanish offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language. Are you...

Café Culture/ French Conversation Hour
Monday, March 2

Café Culture is an informal Conversation Hour in French offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language....

Shuoshuo Hua/Chinese Conversation Hour
Monday, March 2

This is an informal Conversation Hour in Chinese offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language. Are you...

Tuesday, March 3

Barbershop Woodwind Quintet

The Barbershop Woodwind Quintet is comprised of five amazing woodwind studentsfrom the Eastman School of Music. The musicians of the Barbershop ensemble are...

Conversations on Academic Leadership Series: Building External Support
Tuesday, March 3

The role of fundraiser is often unfamiliar for new leaders, and even those who are familiar with the role enjoy the opportunity to expand their...

Exhibition: To Reach Our Farthest Star: Leading the University of Rochester, 1850-2019
Tuesday, March 3

In his 1963 inaugural address, President W. Allen Wallis noted that if the University of Rochester did not already have a fine motto in Meliora, it might...

Biomedical Engineering Seminar
Tuesday, March 3

Katsuo Kurabayashi, University of Michigan, "Advanced blood biomarker analysis for systemic inflammatory disorders"

Gender Equity In Music Conference
Tuesday, March 3

The purpose of this conference is to surface issues of gender inequity in music and design strategies to address them, as well as to help participants learn...

Exhibition: How Things Are Consumed by Mizin Shin
Tuesday, March 3

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Mizin Shin, How Things Are Consumed. Fried, baked, steamed, mashed, smashed, or boiled. One of...

Meditation Class
Tuesday, March 3

This class is open to all Wilmot Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. Meditation is a way to help manage stress by quieting and relaxing the mind...

Open Art Therapy Studio
Tuesday, March 3

The art studio group format is designed to provide comfort, relaxation and inspiration to individuals who have been affected by cancer while connecting with...

School of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Rochester
Tuesday, March 3

A review of the UR graduate stipend tax letter and an example tax return. Please note – individual tax advice cannot be provided – this is a general...

Exterior of Wilson Commons
Tuesday, March 3

Spread the Word to End the Word is an annual event with the intent of educating people on disability language and encouraging inclusion within our...

Latinx Professional Alliance General Membership Meeting
Tuesday, March 3

Join the University of Rochester's Latinx Professional Alliance, an employee resource group for our general membership meeting. We are excited to introduce...

Beginner Pilates Mat Class
Tuesday, March 3

A 60 minute class to improve overall body strength and flexibility. The class is a mat class (on the floor) coordinating stretch and strength movements with...

Dean's Lecture Series
Tuesday, March 3

Jonathan Samet, MD, MS Dean and Professor Epidemiology Environmental & Occupational Health Colorado School of Public Health Science, Policy, and the...

Get a Head Start on your Retirement
Tuesday, March 3

TIAA is hosting a live webinar for new employees or those employees who just want to learn more about the University of Rochester 403(b) Retirement Plan.

Webinar: Retiree Benefits
Tuesday, March 3

Come join the Office of Total Rewards in an Online Webinar, where we will go over eligibility to retire, what steps to take if you plan to retire soon,...

Mindfulness Meditation
Tuesday, March 3

Period of Silent Mindfulness Meditation on Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Qahua Wa Munaqasha / Arabic Conversation Hour
Tuesday, March 3

Qahua Wa Munaqasha is an informal Conversation Hour in Arabic offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the...

Qi Gong for Health
Tuesday, March 3

This class is open to all Wilmot Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. Our Qi Gong for Health program is a gentle system of coordinated body...

Leonardo Da Vinci, A deluge
Tuesday, March 3

This paper investigates the ways Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519) thought about experiments, chiefly those concerning water. That is, it interrogates how he...

Film Screening and Discussion: Buono Come Il Pane
Tuesday, March 3

Buono Come Il Pane (As Good as Bread) by Elisabetta Sanino D'Amanda, Rochester Institute of Technolgy, An Ethnography Project on the Italian American...

Craig Owens Memorial Lecture: Corpus Infinitum
Tuesday, March 3

Denise Ferreira da Silva will give a talk on "Corpus Infinitum." The event is sponsored by the Graduate Program in Visual & Cultural Studies and presented...

Wednesday, March 4

University of Rochester Logo
Wednesday, March 4

The Social Determinants of Health: What should we do about them and how does one teach that? Presented by Dr. Sara Horstmann of Levine Children's Hospital...

Carl V. Hill, PhD, MPH
Wednesday, March 4

Diversity: An Important Frontier for Alzheimer's and All Dementia Research Carl V. Hill, PhD, MPH, is the Vice President of Scientific Engagement for the...

Exhibition: To Reach Our Farthest Star: Leading the University of Rochester, 1850-2019
Wednesday, March 4

In his 1963 inaugural address, President W. Allen Wallis noted that if the University of Rochester did not already have a fine motto in Meliora, it might...

University of Rochester Medical Center
Wednesday, March 4

Dyson Lecture Title: The Social Determinants of Health: What Should We Do About Them, and How Does One Teach That Speakers: Cappy Collins, MD - Assistant...

University of Rochester Medical Center
Wednesday, March 4

Please join the Department of Psychiatry for their Grand Rounds, featuring Craig J. Bryan, PsyD, ABPP, Associate Professor at University of Utah.

Exhibition: How Things Are Consumed by Mizin Shin
Wednesday, March 4

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Mizin Shin, How Things Are Consumed. Fried, baked, steamed, mashed, smashed, or boiled. One of...

Open Art Therapy Studio
Wednesday, March 4

The art studio group format is designed to provide comfort, relaxation and inspiration to individuals who have been affected by cancer while connecting with...

Postdoctoral Association Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, March 4

Please join us for the monthly meeting of the University of Rochester Postdoctoral Association (UR PDA). UR Postdoctoral Association was established in 2006...

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Wednesday, March 4

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

detail from shown: Judith Schaechter, The Battle of Carnival and Lent, (detail) 2010-2011.
Wednesday, March 4

The Path to Paradise is the first survey and major scholarly assessment of this groundbreaking artist’s 37-year stained glass career. Organized by the...

Chemistry Inorganic 3rd Year Talk: Edwards
Wednesday, March 4

Emily Edwards, PhD student in the Bren Group, University of Rochester. Inorganic Chemistry 3rd Year Talk. Event Flyer

Electrical and Computer Engineering Distinguished Speaker: Behtash Babadi
Wednesday, March 4

Behtash Babadi presents Dynamic Network-level Analysis of Neural Data Underlying Behavior: Beyond the Linear, Static, and Gaussian Domains Abstract: In this...

Financial Health Bite: Refinancing Your Mortgage
Wednesday, March 4

The Office of Total Rewards invites you to attend an informational webinar to learn about refinancing your home loan to a lower interest rate, or to...

Women's Leadership Network Book Club 'Moment of Lift'
Wednesday, March 4

We are formalizing our book club so that we choose one book per semester, and hold a series of discussions facilitated by one of our members, Caitlin L....

Mindfulness Meditation
Wednesday, March 4

Period of Silent Mindfulness Meditation on Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Center for Oral Biology Bagel Talk Series
Wednesday, March 4

Matthew Ingalls Biomedical Genetics Graduate Student Dr. Catherine Ovitt’s Laboratory “Confronting Salivary Gland Dysfunction: The Roadblocks to...

Provider Power Series: Upgrade Edition
Wednesday, March 4

ACMIO Justin Mazzillo, MD, will walk you through some of the changes coming with the March 22 upgrade. Join us for this half-hour, remote-only session...

Rosenberger Work-in-Progress Seminar
Wednesday, March 4

"Latin America and the Decolonization of Classical Music" Eduardo Herrera, Musicology, Rutgers All are welcome to attend, exchange ideas, and have lunch.

Eastman Performing Arts Medicine: Michael Jones, guitar
Wednesday, March 4

Mr. Jones is a graduate guitar student of Professor Nicholas Goluses at the Eastman School of Music. He is a regular performer in the EPAM lobby areas, and...

Tinkerspace: Soldering 101
Wednesday, March 4

Interested in electronics? Want build your own electronic devices? If so, then you need to learn how to solder! Come to this hands-on soldering session to...

Biochemistry and Biophysics Spring Seminar Series
Wednesday, March 4

Markus Hafner, Ph.D., Senior Investigator, RNA Molecular Biology Group, NIAMS/NIH Intramural Research Program, Bethesda, MD will be presenting in the...

Lecture and Recital: Mother Music: The African-American Spiritual and Its Role in Shaping American Musical Styles
Wednesday, March 4

Everett McCorvey, director of the American Spiritual Ensemble, presents a lecture recital that outlines the history and context of the negro spiritual and...

University Farmers Market
Wednesday, March 4

The University of Rochester Farmers Market connects the University community to sustainable foods from local farmers. Each week, more than 20 vendors offer...

Music & Healing: Lam Square Pop-Up - Music of Joanne Shenandoah
Wednesday, March 4

Attend a celebration of the Hopeman Carillon and the music of Dr. Joanne Shenandoah, a Grammy-winning Wolf Clan, Oneida artist. The pop-up will include:...

Café Ivrit / Hebrew Conversation Hour
Wednesday, March 4

Café Ivrit is an informal Conversation Hour in Hebrew offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language....

Meditation Class
Wednesday, March 4

This class is open to all Wilmot Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. Meditation is a way to help manage stress by quieting and relaxing the mind...

Medallion Program: Building Career Competencies Across Campus and Beyond
Wednesday, March 4

Often times when we begin to chart a path to plan your career there tends to be an overemphasis on what you cannot do versus what your strengths are and how...

Medallion Program: Have Faith in Your Career - Importance of Religious Literacy in a Non-Religious World
Wednesday, March 4

In holding a leadership position it is importance to have religious. . literacy and understand how it plays out in a variety of professional. . scenarios,...

Restorative Yoga
Wednesday, March 4

This class is open to all Wilmot Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. Our Restorative Yoga class is open to anyone regardless of previous yoga...

Theatre: Everybody by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Wednesday, March 4

2016 MacArthur “Genius” Fellow, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s Pulitzer Prize finalist play, Everybody, comes to Todd in Spring 2020. This unconventional, and...

Webinar: Master’s Programs in the Department of Public Health Sciences:
Wednesday, March 4

Join Faculty from the Department of Public Health Sciences for a webinar about our Master’s Programs. Our programs are designed to actively prepare graduates...

Eastman Presents Series: Bobby McFerrin with Gimme5
Wednesday, March 4

McFerrin's exhilarating vocal vocabulary-call-and-response, global rhythms, soaring melodies, lush harmonies, funny noises, invented language, silence,...

Drawing by Henryk Lasko
Wednesday, March 4

A lecture by Dr. Maciej Turek, Assistant Professor at the Institute of American Studies and Polish Diaspora, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland and...

Polski Mniej Obcy / Polish Conversation Hour
Wednesday, March 4

Polski Mniej Obcy is an informal Conversation Hour in Polish offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the...

Thursday, March 5

OB/GYN Grand Rounds
Thursday, March 5

Title: MFM Fellow Thesis Speaker: Stefanie Hollenbach Accreditation The University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry is accredited by the...

Toastmasters Club Meeting
Thursday, March 5

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

Exhibition: To Reach Our Farthest Star: Leading the University of Rochester, 1850-2019
Thursday, March 5

In his 1963 inaugural address, President W. Allen Wallis noted that if the University of Rochester did not already have a fine motto in Meliora, it might...

Exhibition: How Things Are Consumed by Mizin Shin
Thursday, March 5

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Mizin Shin, How Things Are Consumed. Fried, baked, steamed, mashed, smashed, or boiled. One of...

Eastman Performing Arts Medicine: Patrick Peralta, guitar
Thursday, March 5

Mr. Peralta is a doctoral student of Prof Nicholas Goluses at the Eastman School. Eastman Performing Arts Medicine is a collaboration between the Eastman...

Open Art Therapy Studio
Thursday, March 5

The art studio group format is designed to provide comfort, relaxation and inspiration to individuals who have been affected by cancer while connecting with...

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Thursday, March 5

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

detail from shown: Judith Schaechter, The Battle of Carnival and Lent, (detail) 2010-2011.
Thursday, March 5

The Path to Paradise is the first survey and major scholarly assessment of this groundbreaking artist’s 37-year stained glass career. Organized by the...

 Online Learning Workshop: Tools for Creating Content
Thursday, March 5

This workshop will review a number of online tools and applications that faculty can use to enhance engagement with students. The session will include...

Lifestyle Management Program - Nutrition Basics
Thursday, March 5

Thursday, March 5th - Thursday, April 2nd 12:00 - 1:00 PM Healthy eating contributes to longer life. In five weekly sessions with our registered...

Emerging Leaders: Resume Workshop with Kate Cerulli
Thursday, March 5

Back by popular demand! Are you looking for advice on writing a great resume? Would you like to gather feedback on your resume? Has it been a long time...

Interfaith Service at Strong
Thursday, March 5

Service is canceled this Thursday, Jan. 30. The Interfaith Chapel is available for patients, families, visitors, and staff at Strong Memorial Hospital and...

Group ARt Therapy
Thursday, March 5

This mindfulness-based art therapy group welcomes individuals who have been affected by cancer to engage in the creative art-making process for personal...

Open House: Master's & Certificate Programs at the School of Medicine & Dentistry
Thursday, March 5

The School of Medicine & Dentistry is offering its first-ever open house for its 20+ master’s and certificate programs. Program and admissions...

UR Student Central Finance Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting
Thursday, March 5

The UR Student Central Finance Special Interest Group (SIG) will be meeting to continue informing and collecting student finance feedback regarding the...

Cena Latina: Latin Conversation Hour
Thursday, March 5

Cena latina is an informal Latin Conversation Hour offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language. Would...

Dark Heritage, Bright Future? Heritage and the Archaeology of Slavery and Community at the Haciendas of Nasca, Peru
Thursday, March 5

In Peru, the legacies of the colonial experience have rendered the Afro-descendant reality invisible and marginal to national identity and social equity. For...

Let's Talk: ESL Conversation Hour
Thursday, March 5

Let's Talk is an informal English as a Second Language Conversation Hour offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge...

Ward Stare of the RPO
Thursday, March 5

6-7 pm | $12 includes museum admission How do art and music influence and change each other? On this MAGsocial DeTOUR℠, we are teaming up with Ward Stare...

Jonas Lie captures the new American landscape of industry and technology by painting the gritty underside of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Thursday, March 5

Take a one hour, Docent-led tour of the MAG collection. Learn more about the artists and history of the art in our collection. Included in museum...

Kaffee und Quatschen/German Conversation Hour
Thursday, March 5

Kaffee und Quatschen is an informal Conversation Hour in German offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the...

Dream of the Fisherman's Wife by Judith Schaechter, 2004
Thursday, March 5

Looking at artist Judith Schaechter’s stained-glass panels has been described as a “thrilling and disorienting” experience, like “seeing an old master...

Theatre: Everybody by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Thursday, March 5

2016 MacArthur “Genius” Fellow, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s Pulitzer Prize finalist play, Everybody, comes to Todd in Spring 2020. This unconventional, and...

Friday, March 6

Dress in Blue 2019
Friday, March 6

The Annual Dress in Blue is an event to kick off March being National Colorectal Awareness Month. To promote Awareness, education and encourage Colon Cancer...

Exhibition: To Reach Our Farthest Star: Leading the University of Rochester, 1850-2019
Friday, March 6

In his 1963 inaugural address, President W. Allen Wallis noted that if the University of Rochester did not already have a fine motto in Meliora, it might...

Chemistry Organic 3rd Year Talk: Holt
Friday, March 6

Connor Holt, PhD student in the Frontier Group, University of Rochester. Organic Chemistry 3rd Year Talk. Event Flyer

Exhibition: How Things Are Consumed by Mizin Shin
Friday, March 6

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Mizin Shin, How Things Are Consumed. Fried, baked, steamed, mashed, smashed, or boiled. One of...

Open Art Therapy Studio
Friday, March 6

The art studio group format is designed to provide comfort, relaxation and inspiration to individuals who have been affected by cancer while connecting with...

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Friday, March 6

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Padlock with copyright symbol over open book
Friday, March 6

Do you know who owns your scholarship? Have you signed an author’s agreement with a publisher lately? Are you mystified by the legal jargon or unclear about...

detail from shown: Judith Schaechter, The Battle of Carnival and Lent, (detail) 2010-2011.
Friday, March 6

The Path to Paradise is the first survey and major scholarly assessment of this groundbreaking artist’s 37-year stained glass career. Organized by the...

Dobro Slovo - Добро Слово/ Russian Conversation Hour
Friday, March 6

Dobro Slovo is an informal Conversation Hour in Russian offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language....

Eastman Performing Arts Medicine: Michael Jones, guitar
Friday, March 6

Mr. Jones is a graduate student at the Eastman School, a teacher at the Eastman Community Music School, and a regular artist with the Eastman Performing...

School of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Rochester
Friday, March 6

US Congress Rep. Joseph Morelle, Wade Norwood, Chief Executive Officer of Common Ground Health, and Laura Gustin, MPH, Director of the Monroe County Systems...

Developmental Psychopathology Brown Bag: The Influences of Pregnancy and the Prenatal Environment on Development
Friday, March 6

Please join Department of Psychology for its Developmental Psychopathology Brown Bag Lunch lecture. Drs. Jody Todd Manly, Justin Russotti & Tom O'Connor will...

detail: "Ruby Gold", 1959
Friday, March 6

Take a one hour, Docent-led tour of the MAG collection. Learn more about the artists and history of the art in our collection. Docent-led tours run September...

Jumah Prayer Service
Friday, March 6

Join us weekly for our Muslim Jumah Prayer Services in the Interfaith Chapel at the University of Rochester Medical Center.

Balas & Bolinhos / Portuguese Conversation Hour
Friday, March 6

Balas & Bolinhos is an informal Conversation Hour in Portuguese offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the...

Chemistry Organic PhD Defense: Welch
Friday, March 6

Jade Welch, PhD student in the Nilsson Group, University of Rochester. Event Flyer

Biology E2G2 Seminar - Emily Josephs
Friday, March 6

Emily Josephs of Michigan State University, gives the talk "The evolutionary forces shaping quantitative trait variation in wild and domesticated plants”

Japanese Conversation Hour/Awa-gashi - アワー菓子
Friday, March 6

Awa-gashi is an informal Conversation Hour in Japanese offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language....

Facciamo Quattro Chiacchiere / Italian Conversation Hour
Friday, March 6

Facciamo Quattro Chicacchiere is an informal Conversation Hour in Italian offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge...

Theatre: Everybody by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Friday, March 6

2016 MacArthur “Genius” Fellow, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s Pulitzer Prize finalist play, Everybody, comes to Todd in Spring 2020. This unconventional, and...

Friday Night Live Ft. Noah Pines
Friday, March 6

Come to Starbucks for some free entertainment! Noah Pines will be reading jokes solely from the 1990 classic book, 3650 Jokes, Puns, and Riddles. Photo by...

Saturday, March 7

21st Annual Diabetes Conference
Saturday, March 7

Individualizing Diabetes Care: Targets and Treatments Topics this year will focus on individualized diabetes care, including sessions on technology,...

41st Annual Applied Linguistics Winter Conference
Saturday, March 7

Identity in the digital age: New explorations for language learning and teaching (ALWC 2020) With the development of technology and globalization in today’s...

Exhibition: To Reach Our Farthest Star: Leading the University of Rochester, 1850-2019
Saturday, March 7

In his 1963 inaugural address, President W. Allen Wallis noted that if the University of Rochester did not already have a fine motto in Meliora, it might...

Food Science and Family Fun Day at Allendale Columbia School
Saturday, March 7

You’re invited to enjoy a morning of food and fun for all ages! Bring the entire family to explore the wonderful world of food science, featuring several...

Saturday Brunch at Brown Hound Downtown
Saturday, March 7

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...

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Saturday, March 7

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

detail from shown: Judith Schaechter, The Battle of Carnival and Lent, (detail) 2010-2011.
Saturday, March 7

The Path to Paradise is the first survey and major scholarly assessment of this groundbreaking artist’s 37-year stained glass career. Organized by the...

Exhibition: How Things Are Consumed by Mizin Shin
Saturday, March 7

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Mizin Shin, How Things Are Consumed. Fried, baked, steamed, mashed, smashed, or boiled. One of...

Kids Create Dates
Saturday, March 7

Saturdays | 1 – 3 pm | $15 per child, per session The class will be held in the Pavilion or the Creative Workshop. Check-in at the Admission Desk for...

Cena Latina: Latin Conversation Hour
Saturday, March 7

Cena latina is an informal Latin Conversation Hour offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language. Would...

STD Testing Clinic
Saturday, March 7

In collaboration with Trillium Health and the Intercultural Center, the UHS Health Promotion Office is hosting an STD Testing Clinic. Testing is free and...

Theatre: Everybody by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Saturday, March 7

2016 MacArthur “Genius” Fellow, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s Pulitzer Prize finalist play, Everybody, comes to Todd in Spring 2020. This unconventional, and...

Sunday, March 8

Exhibition: To Reach Our Farthest Star: Leading the University of Rochester, 1850-2019
Sunday, March 8

In his 1963 inaugural address, President W. Allen Wallis noted that if the University of Rochester did not already have a fine motto in Meliora, it might...

Sunday Brunch at Brown Hound Downtown
Sunday, March 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...

Catholic Sunday Mass
Sunday, March 8

Join us for Sunday Mass, sponsored by the Catholic Newman Community.

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Sunday, March 8

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

detail from shown: Judith Schaechter, The Battle of Carnival and Lent, (detail) 2010-2011.
Sunday, March 8

The Path to Paradise is the first survey and major scholarly assessment of this groundbreaking artist’s 37-year stained glass career. Organized by the...

Exhibition: How Things Are Consumed by Mizin Shin
Sunday, March 8

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Mizin Shin, How Things Are Consumed. Fried, baked, steamed, mashed, smashed, or boiled. One of...

Going for Baroque
Sunday, March 8

Every Sunday afternoon at 1 pm and 3 pm, an Eastman organ student demonstrates the sounds of the Italian Baroque Organ at the Memorial Art Gallery in a brief...

Print Seller's Window
Sunday, March 8

Take a one hour, Docent-led tour of the MAG collection. Learn more about the artists and history of the art in our collection. Docent-led tours run September...

Going for Baroque
Sunday, March 8

Every Sunday afternoon at 1 pm and 3 pm, an Eastman organ student demonstrates the sounds of the Italian Baroque Organ at the Memorial Art Gallery in a brief...

Catholic Sunday Mass
Sunday, March 8

Join us for Sunday Mass, sponsored by the Catholic Newman Community.

Monday, March 9

Exhibition: To Reach Our Farthest Star: Leading the University of Rochester, 1850-2019
Monday, March 9

In his 1963 inaugural address, President W. Allen Wallis noted that if the University of Rochester did not already have a fine motto in Meliora, it might...

Exhibition: How Things Are Consumed by Mizin Shin
Monday, March 9

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Mizin Shin, How Things Are Consumed. Fried, baked, steamed, mashed, smashed, or boiled. One of...

Open Art Therapy Studio
Monday, March 9

The art studio group format is designed to provide comfort, relaxation and inspiration to individuals who have been affected by cancer while connecting with...

Spring Break Writing Boot Camp
Monday, March 9

Have writing to do? Join us for a writing boot camp! Bring any academic or professional writing project (e.g., a course paper, proposal, publication,...

Career Story: Breaking Into Biotech: Not As Scary As You Think
Monday, March 9

Eric Schott, Ph.D.; Co-Founder, Head of Translational Research and Clinical Development at Solarea Bio Dr. Eric Schott is a 2017 Ph.D. graduate from the...

Eastman Performing Arts Medicine John Egan, viola
Monday, March 9

Mr. Egan is a student at the Eastman School and a new artist with Eastman Performing Arts medicine. These performances are sponsored by the Friends of...

Biology Donut Talk -  Benjamin Blackman
Monday, March 9

University of California, Berkeley, “Trackers and guides: The genetics of natural variation in heliotropism and pollinator attraction”

Patient Safety Grand Rounds
Monday, March 9

Top 10 Safety Hazards in 2020 If there is a seious incident, what should we do? Scott Lucas, Director, Accident & Forensic Investigation at ECRI Insititute...

Chemistry Inorganic Seminar: Powers
Monday, March 9

David Powers, University of Texas A&M University, "Development of High-Valent Aerobic Oxidation Catalysis" The Powers group is researching Chemical...

Meditation Class
Monday, March 9

This class is open to all Wilmot Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. Meditation is a way to help manage stress by quieting and relaxing the mind...

Café Culture/ French Conversation Hour
Monday, March 9

Café Culture is an informal Conversation Hour in French offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language....

Tuesday, March 10

Exhibition: To Reach Our Farthest Star: Leading the University of Rochester, 1850-2019
Tuesday, March 10

In his 1963 inaugural address, President W. Allen Wallis noted that if the University of Rochester did not already have a fine motto in Meliora, it might...

Exhibition: How Things Are Consumed by Mizin Shin
Tuesday, March 10

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Mizin Shin, How Things Are Consumed. Fried, baked, steamed, mashed, smashed, or boiled. One of...

Meditation Class
Tuesday, March 10

This class is open to all Wilmot Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. Meditation is a way to help manage stress by quieting and relaxing the mind...

Open Art Therapy Studio
Tuesday, March 10

The art studio group format is designed to provide comfort, relaxation and inspiration to individuals who have been affected by cancer while connecting with...

Spring Break Writing Boot Camp
Tuesday, March 10

Have writing to do? Join us for a writing boot camp! Bring any academic or professional writing project (e.g., a course paper, proposal, publication,...

Beginner Pilates Mat Class
Tuesday, March 10

A 60 minute class to improve overall body strength and flexibility. The class is a mat class (on the floor) coordinating stretch and strength movements with...

Building Bridges: Developing a Community of URMC Women Research Faculty
Tuesday, March 10

Attention Women Research Faculty: Do you wish you had more opportunities to form creative, interdisciplinary collaborations with other women faculty? Do you...

Diversity Seminar: Being an Ambassador   Culturally Informed and Responsive Care Using Culture Vision
Tuesday, March 10

Presented by: Evelyn Parker, MS, CDP, CAPM, LSSWB Program Administrator, URMC Diversity and Inclusion Education University of Rochester Medical Center; Talya...

Eastman Performing Arts Medicine: Rosanne Moore, harp
Tuesday, March 10

Dr. Moore is a recent graduate student at the Eastman School of Music, and a well loved artist in residence at Strong Memorial Hospital. Eastman Performing...

Health Bites: Gardening for Life
Tuesday, March 10

Vanputte The topic will include the healthy benefits of gardening. Whether it be a vegetable garden, flower gardens for pollinators or perennials for birds,...

Mindfulness Meditation
Tuesday, March 10

Period of Silent Mindfulness Meditation on Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Older adult opening mouth for a tablet
Tuesday, March 10

This free webinar series co-hosted by the Finger Lakes Geriatric Education Center (FLGEC) and the Western New York Rural Area Health Education Center (WNY...

Qi Gong for Health
Tuesday, March 10

This class is open to all Wilmot Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. Our Qi Gong for Health program is a gentle system of coordinated body...

'Page-Turners for Teaching' Discussion Group
Tuesday, March 10

Curious about how best to teach and train others? Considering an academic career? Lacking opportunities or time to teach as a busy researcher? Looking for...

Head shot of San Cannon
Tuesday, March 10

“Data Governance” With San Cannon, Associate Vice Provost for Data Governance and Chief Data Officer with an open invitation to Network at Grappa after this...

Wednesday, March 11

Exhibition: To Reach Our Farthest Star: Leading the University of Rochester, 1850-2019
Wednesday, March 11

In his 1963 inaugural address, President W. Allen Wallis noted that if the University of Rochester did not already have a fine motto in Meliora, it might...

University of Rochester Medical Center
Wednesday, March 11

Beavan Lecture Title: Strategies for Talking with Vaccine Hesitant Parents Speaker: Sean O'Leary, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of...

Exhibition: How Things Are Consumed by Mizin Shin
Wednesday, March 11

Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Mizin Shin, How Things Are Consumed. Fried, baked, steamed, mashed, smashed, or boiled. One of...

Open Art Therapy Studio
Wednesday, March 11

The art studio group format is designed to provide comfort, relaxation and inspiration to individuals who have been affected by cancer while connecting with...

Red Cross Blood Drive: Strong Donor Room
Wednesday, March 11

Please encourage staff to give the gift of life by donating blood to our local Red Cross. Your gift ensures they can continue to supply us—the largest...

Spring Break Writing Boot Camp
Wednesday, March 11

Have writing to do? Join us for a writing boot camp! Bring any academic or professional writing project (e.g., a course paper, proposal, publication,...

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Wednesday, March 11

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

detail from shown: Judith Schaechter, The Battle of Carnival and Lent, (detail) 2010-2011.
Wednesday, March 11

The Path to Paradise is the first survey and major scholarly assessment of this groundbreaking artist’s 37-year stained glass career. Organized by the...

Chemistry Colloquium: Crudden
Wednesday, March 11

Cathleen Crudden, Queens University. "Metal catalysts, clusters and surfaces: Catalytic preparation of chiral bio-molecules and the chemistry of carbon-based...

Financial Health Bite: Managing Money Day to Day
Wednesday, March 11

The Office of Total Rewards invites you to attend an informational webinar to learn about how to better manage your money day-to-day. This webinar will be...

The Lasting Importance of Assessment: Rethinking Faculty Development in Medical Education
Wednesday, March 11

The Office for Faculty Development Education Grand Rounds presented by Eric Holmboe, MD, MACP, FRCP Chief Research, Milestone Development, and Evaluation...

Wednesday Lunch Conversation: The Role of Education in Climate Change Adaptation
Wednesday, March 11

The Earth’s climate is warming at an unprecedented rate as a result of human activity. How can educators and educational researchers respond to what is...

Mindfulness Meditation
Wednesday, March 11

Period of Silent Mindfulness Meditation on Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Eastman Performing Arts Medicine: Michael Jones, guitar
Wednesday, March 11

Mr. Jonesis a graduate guitar student of Professor Nicholas Golusesat the Eastman School of Music. He is a regular performer in the EPAM lobby areas, and...

Biochemistry and Biophysics Spring Seminar Series
Wednesday, March 11

Martin Walsh, Ph.D., Director, The Mount Sinai Center for RNA Biology and Medicine; Co-Director, MoTrPAC NIH Common Fund Chemical Analysis Site for...

 University Farmers Market
Wednesday, March 11

The University Farmers Market connects the University community to sustainable foods from local farmers. Each week, more than 20 vendors offer seasonal...

Café Ivrit / Hebrew Conversation Hour
Wednesday, March 11

Café Ivrit is an informal Conversation Hour in Hebrew offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language....

Meditation Class
Wednesday, March 11

This class is open to all Wilmot Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. Meditation is a way to help manage stress by quieting and relaxing the mind...

Opioid Overdose Prevention Training
Wednesday, March 11

This training is designed for anyone--from the URMC community to the general public--interested in helping save lives. ALL attendees will receive a free...