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Friday, November 2

E-Cycle Day
Friday, November 2

All University employees and students are invited to bring in their electronics devices from home to be safely and securely recycled. Items collected at the...

6th Annual Palliative Care Collaborative Conference
Friday, November 2

6th Annual Palliative Care Collaborative Conference of Rochester The science of palliative care is evolving rapidly. Palliative care is practiced by both...

Sit In. Walk Out. Stand Up: University Activism, 1962-73
Friday, November 2

To describe the year 1968—a year of assassinations, riots, war, and protests for civil and social rights—as a turning point, both at the University of...

All the Days of Her Life: Amelia E. Barr, Readership, Authorship & Womanhood
Friday, November 2

This exhibit features items from a collection of Amelia E.Barr (1831-1919) books and other materials, originally collected and described by Richard Minsky...

Chemistry Inorganic Seminar: Murray
Friday, November 2

Leslie Murray, University of Florida, "Multimetallic cylcophanates: unravelling redox cooperativity with small molecules activation". Seminar abstract

Opening Cultural Borders with Translation: Ten Years of Open Letter Books
Friday, November 2

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...

Careers in Data Science: Kirk Ocke
Friday, November 2

Kirk Ocke, formerly an adjunct professor of data science at the University of Rochester, will discuss his career path and trends in data science. Mr. Ocke’s...

Fabric of Survival: The Art of Esther Nisenthal Krinitz
Friday, November 2

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
Friday, November 2

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 2

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 2

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...

URBEST Career Story: Nan Tracy Zheng
Friday, November 2

Senior Research Public Health Analyst at RTI (Research Triangle Institute) International. Learn how Tracy combines data science and public health in her...

Art Exhibition: Mere Objects
Friday, November 2

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

Disability in Context
Friday, November 2

This talk will explore disability as a diversity issue and, in particular, the intersection of disability and other marginalization’s. We will focus on...

Open Enrollment Webinar
Friday, November 2

The Office of Total Rewards conducts Open Enrollment webinars to provide an overview of the different benefits that employees may elect during open...

Conversation Hours ~ ESL
Friday, November 2

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...

Friday Docent-led Tours
Friday, November 2

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

The Center for Oral Biology Faculty Candidate Chalk Talk
Friday, November 2

Maiko Suzuki, Ph.D. DDS Assistant Professor College of Dentistry, Biosciences, The Ohio State University "Epigenetic and non-Epigenetic Role of SIRT1 in...

Biology E2G2 Seminar:  John Sproul
Friday, November 2

John Sproul, University of Rochester. "Delimiting species in the mountaintops: using repeats to improve species delimitation in non-model groups"

Medallion Program: Teambuilding: Learning Different Strategies and Practicing Them
Friday, November 2

This session features interactive teambuilding activities accompanied by a conversation about the importance of working cohesively within an organization....

Grad Night
Friday, November 2

Is Grad School worth it? What research can I do on campus? If you have had these questions before - this event is for you! Come talk to faculty and grad...

Conversation Hours ~ Italian
Friday, November 2

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?...

Cinema Group Film: Eight Grade
Friday, November 2

An introverted teenage girl tries to survive the last week of her disastrous eighth grade year before leaving to start high school. FREE and open to all....

Film Screening: Moonlight
Friday, November 2

Join the Graduate Students of Color (GSOC), David T. Kearns Center, Susan B. Anthony Center, and the Office of the Dean for the Faculty for a special...

Fine Craft Show Opening Party
Friday, November 2

Ceramics, glass, jewelry, metal, leather, wood, wearable art … The Gallery Council’s 18th Annual Fine Craft Show & Sale features one-of-a-kind,...

UR Photography: Beginner Workshop
Friday, November 2

Come and learn the basics of cameras from our e-boards. We would go over things like aperture, shutter speed, and ISO during the workshop. (No previous...

Eastman Opera Theatre: The Tibetan Book of the Dead
Friday, November 2

Eastman Opera Theater Presents The Tibetan Book of the Dead by Ricky Ian Gordon with a libretto by Jean-Claude Van Itallie Steven Daigle, artistic director...

The Reckoning: Night of the Missing Vote
Friday, November 2

Thinking of Sitting out this Elections? Artists Envision the Day AFter-If we don't turn out. Join us for The Reckoning: Night of the MIssing Vote. A...

Friday Night Live: Open Mic Night
Friday, November 2

Friday Night Live this week will be an open mic night! Are you a musician, poet, comic, etc. and do not have a full set yet? Want to try out new material or...

Friday, November 2