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Wednesday, October 17

URMC Employee Flu Vaccination Clinic: Kaiser Room
Wednesday, October 17

Employee Health is hosting this flu vaccination clinic for University of Rochester Medical Center faculty, staff, students and volunteers—helping to protect...

URSMD's Association of Women Surgeons:  Fall Pumpkin Sale
Wednesday, October 17

Come get in the fall spirit and support University of Rochester School of Medicine and Denistry's Association of Women Surgeons by purchasing a mini-pumpkin...

Opening Cultural Borders with Translation: Ten Years of Open Letter Books
Wednesday, October 17

This exhibit commemorates and celebrates the tenth anniversary of the University of Rochester’s Open Letter Books and the transfer of its archive to the...

Fabric of Survival: The Art of Esther Nisenthal Krinitz
Wednesday, October 17

Esther Nisenthal Krinitz was 12 in 1939 when the Nazis came to her Polish village. She remembers every detail through a series of exquisitely embroidered...

Monet’s Waterloo Bridge: Vision and Process
Wednesday, October 17

October 7, 2018–January 6, 2019: This small but powerful focused exhibition of Claude Monet’s “Waterloo Bridge” series will include the stellar example from...

Seeing in Color and Black-and-White
Wednesday, October 17

Developed as a companion to Monet’s Waterloo Bridge: Vision and Process, this exhibition features artists such as Josef Albers, Victor Vasarely, and Jesús...

One Language, One Recipe ~ ASL
Wednesday, October 17

The Language Center in collaboration with the American SIgn Language program will present the next One language, One recipe event. Guillaume Chastel, the...

Pop Up Hours with the Rochester Center for Community Leadership
Wednesday, October 17

We’re coming to you! Rochester Center for Community Leadership will be holding pop up hours to discuss your questions, ideas, and plans for working with the...

Chemistry Colloquium: Hoye
Wednesday, October 17

Thomas Hoye, University of Minnesota.

Medical Management Informational Luncheon
Wednesday, October 17

Lunch and a brief presentation about the Medical Management program.

Office of Total Rewards: Personal Finance
Wednesday, October 17

The Office of Total Rewards invites you to attend this seminar to help you assess your current financial situation and take action toward financial wellness....

Rosenberger Work-in-Progress Seminar
Wednesday, October 17

John Kapusta, assistant professor of musicology at the Eastman School presents “‘Here We Are Now’: Body Awareness and Music Pedagogy in the Me Decade” as...

Wednesday Lunch Hour: Striving in Common: A Regional Equity Framework for Urban Schools
Wednesday, October 17

Kara Finnigan, Professor of Educational Leadership at the Warner School of Education, discusses her new book co-authored with Jennifer Jellison Holme of...

Well-U: Stretch to De-Stress
Wednesday, October 17

Does stress have you tied up in knots? Take a break from your inbox and appointments and join lifestyle management experts Jennifer Lee, CPT and April Ho,...

Conversation Hours ~ Arabic
Wednesday, October 17

Are you interested in a chance to talk in a foreign language or to speak your mother language with other people in a very friendly and confortable setting?...

Biochemistry and Biophysics Fall Seminar Series
Wednesday, October 17

Laurie Steiner, M.D., Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY will be presenting a seminar in our department...

University Farmers Market
Wednesday, October 17

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

Science and Sustainability Seminar
Wednesday, October 17

What We Know About the Fate, Transport and Impacts of Plastic Pollution in the Great Lakes. Talk given by Matthew Hoffman, Associate Professor of

Page-Turners For Teaching
Wednesday, October 17

Every 3rd Wednesday | 4:00 pm-5:00 pm | 2-7520, URMC Curious about how best to teach and train others? Considering an academic career? Lacking opportunities...

Phelps Colloquium
Wednesday, October 17

P. Amina Alio, Associate Professor, Dept. of Public Health Sciences; Center for Community Health and Prevention. Religion, Homosexuality and HIV in Muslim...

Physics & Astronomy Colloquium
Wednesday, October 17

Michael Murrell, Yale University, "Work & Dissipation in the Cell Cytoskeleton" Abstract: Living cells generate and transmit mechanical forces over diverse...

Especially for Educators ~ Monet’s Waterloo Bridge: Vision and Process
Wednesday, October 17

4:30-7 pm | $15 Explore eight interpretations of Waterloo Bridge and learn what scientific analysis has revealed about Monet’s vision and...

Office of Total Rewards: Personal Finance
Wednesday, October 17

The Office of Total Rewards invites you to attend this seminar to help you assess your current financial situation and take action toward financial wellness....

Campus Changemaker Challenge: Erase the Waste Kickoff
Wednesday, October 17

Want to change the world? Let's start with our campus! Join us for the kickoff event for our first annual Campus Changemaker Challenge and start creating...

Conversation Hours ~ ESL
Wednesday, October 17

The English Language Program is collaborating with the Language Center to offer Learning and Speaking about U.S. Life and Culture. This ten-week module meets...

G. Milton Wing Lecture: Differential Geometry and Digital Fabrication
Wednesday, October 17

Keenan Crane, Robotics Institute and Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University. Recent years have seen an explosion of new technologies for...

Orisanmi Burton: "Tip of the Spear: Revolutionary Organizing and Counterinsurgency in New York State Prisons"
Wednesday, October 17

In this talk, Orisanmi Burton analyzes the prison as a form of counterinsurgency warfare. He traces how, beginning in the early 1970s, the massive growth and...

Conversation Hours ~ French
Wednesday, October 17

Are you interested in a chance to talk in a foreign language or to speak your mother language with other people in a very friendly and confortable setting?...

Eastman School Master Class: Keve Wilson, oboe
Wednesday, October 17

Hailed by the New York Times for her “magnificently sweet tone,” oboist Keve Wilson would skip music theory and history as a kid to practice Irish jigs and...

Let's Get Political: A Conversation with Punya Krishnappa and Kevin Xu
Wednesday, October 17

We will be hosting a moderated panel discussion, featuring Kevin Xu and Punya Krishnappa. Both have worked on presidential campaigns, are active in the Asian...

Polish Film Festival: Warsaw 44
Wednesday, October 17

Warsaw 44, Miasto 44, Poland, 2014, 130 min. Director: Jan Komasa Screenplay: Jan Komasa Principal Cast: Józef Pawłowski, Zofia Wichłacz, Anna Próchniak,...

Wednesday, October 17