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Friday, November 16

Pre-Black Friday Holiday Show and Craft Sale
Friday, November 16

Beat the Black Friday crowds, get a head start on your shopping, and enter for a chance to win one of the many fabulous prizes (including roundtrip airline...

French Photo Contest and Exhibit: Rennes-Rochester: 60 ans d'amitié franco-américaine
Friday, November 16

The French photo contest and exhibit Rennes-Rochester: 60 ans d'amitié franco-américaine, organized by the French Program of the Department of Modern...

URMC Employee Flu Vaccination Clinic: Brooks Landing
Friday, November 16

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

Creative Collision Challenge
Friday, November 16

The Ain Center’s newest competition brings together students from a variety of backgrounds to brainstorm solutions to social and cultural issues in a...

Fabric of Survival: The Art of Esther Nisenthal Krinitz
Friday, November 16

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...

International Services Office: Travel Signature Open House
Friday, November 16

As holiday weekends and vacation periods are coming up, many students begin planning trips home or other visits outside of Rochester. If you plan to travel,...

Monet’s Waterloo Bridge: Vision and Process
Friday, November 16

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
Friday, November 16

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

The Way Things Go
Friday, November 16

From 1979 to 2012, the Swiss duo of Peter Fischli (b. 1952) and David Weiss (1946–2012) created a distinctly humorous body of multimedia work that employed...

From Reslife to the Rest of Your Life: How Higher Ed Can Be Your Future!
Friday, November 16

Is the best part of your day working with students, planning programs, coaching or being a different kind of educator? Come join us for a free lunch and to...

'Conversations with Women Who Lead:' A Grand Rounds Talk with Monica Sharma
Friday, November 16

As part of the inaugural International Education Week Speakers Series hosted by Global Engagement, Monica Sharma, author of “Radical Transformational...

Art Exhibition: Mere Objects
Friday, November 16

Hartnett gallery is pleased to present "Mere Objects" - an installation by Sarah Jane, which is dedicated to those who experienced sexual violence. Sarah...

Susan B. Anthony Institute: Works in Progress - Diversifying Diversity
Friday, November 16

June Hwang, Associate Professor of German I have spent most of my career thus far avoiding explicitly talking or writing about my ethnic identity in any...

Voice Care for Transgender Patient
Friday, November 16

In this talk we will plan to provide an overview of the clinical presentation and treatment strategies for transgender patients seen in our voice clinic. We...

Friday Docent-led Tours
Friday, November 16

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

German Conversation Hour
Friday, November 16

Xhesika Hoxha and Verena Wurth This German conversation hour is different from the one in the language center. It is every first and third Friday of the...

Wilmot Cancer Institute: Healing Qigong for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Friday, November 16

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...

Biology E2G2 Seminar: Nicole Mideo
Friday, November 16

Dr. Nicole Mideo, University of Toronto. “The evolutionary ecology of disease transmission, a parasite’s perspective”

Education Abroad Information Meeting
Friday, November 16

Are you interested in spending a semester, summer or short term abroad? Attend this information session to learn the ins and outs of going abroad. After...

Medallion Program: Building Career Competencies Across Campus and Beyond
Friday, November 16

This workshop applies a design-thinking framework and mindset to career exploration and career competencies development. Through self-reflection, discussion...

'Conversations with Women Who Lead:' A Panel with Monica Sharma and Doris Gray
Friday, November 16

As part of the inaugural International Education Week Speakers Series hosted by Global Engagement, Monica Sharma, author of “Radical Transformational...

Reigniting the Flame: Overcoming Organizational Burnout
Friday, November 16

Presentation and Q&A session with Julia Maddox, the head of iZone! She will give a presentation on methods for the treatment and prevention of organizational...

Conversation Hours ~ Italian
Friday, November 16

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?...

Three Nights at the Movies: La Pazza Gioia
Friday, November 16

La Pazza Gioia/Like Crazy by Paulo Virzi - 2016 Introduction in Italian by Christian Sorto and in English by Karina Garcia-Zarate Film in Italian with...

Cinema Group Film: Tag
Friday, November 16

A small group of former classmates organize an elaborate, annual game of tag that requires some to travel all over the country. Free and open to all....

Confluence Student Concert
Friday, November 16

The event features student performances from the Program of Dance and Movement. Featuring choreography by Savannah Byron '20, Yaa Adenike Cunningham '20,...

Off Broadway On Campus Presents: Where's OBOC?
Friday, November 16

Feeling lost? We got you. Off Broadway On Campus's newest musical revue is "Where's OBOC?" (hint: in Strong Auditorium!) Come lose yourself listening to...

Queer Ball: Avant Gay
Friday, November 16

The second annual Queer Ball. DJ by Dr. Griffs. UR ID Required.

Trebellious Semester Show
Friday, November 16

Come join us for a fantastic night of a cappella music! Featuring some modern tunes by Bishop Briggs, Jess Glynne, and many more, Trebellious will blow you...

Friday Night Live
Friday, November 16

Friday Night Live featuring Fell From The Tree, Eccentric pop music from University junior Joshua Copperman, an English major and AME minor.

Friday, November 16