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Friday, September 14

Garden of Hope 2018
Friday, September 14

Garden of Hope is a display consisting of 1,100 pinwheels to represent the 1,100 college students who die by suicide every year. With September being the...

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 distinguished lecturer Jon Kleinberg. Title: Inherent Trade-Offs in Algorithmic Fairness Abstract: Recent...

Fabric of Survival: The Art of Esther Nisenthal Krinitz
Friday, September 14

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...

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...

American Studies: Digital Roundtable on Hemispheric Studies
Friday, September 14

Join the American Studies Program for a roundtable discussion of new developments in digitalized American Studies. There will be short presentations of new...

Art Exhibition: AM/Projected Relation
Friday, September 14

Solo exhibition by New York artist Christina Smiros. This show brings people into dialogue with AM, a fictional character created from data debris. Hosted by...

Medical Humanities Noon Conference
Friday, September 14

Topic: Dissecting Anatomy Lab: Anatomical Gift Giving in Medical Education

Patient Safety Grand Rounds: Sepsis Awareness Week
Friday, September 14

This special hospital-wide grand rounds during Sepsis Awareness Week will cover changing best practices and our progress in combatting the most common cause...

History Department Workshop: Thomas Devaney
Friday, September 14

The Department Workshop is a forum for the presentation of work-in-progress by history department faculty and graduate students. Today's presenter is Thomas...

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.

Hot Wing Eating Contest
Friday, September 14

Want to see who can eat the most amount of chicken wings on campus? If so, come join the brothers of Sigma Nu in their annual Hot Wing Eating Contest...

Mechanical Engineering Talk
Friday, September 14

Nicholas T. Ouellette, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University "Geometry, Ordering, and Efficiency in the Turbulent Cascade"

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...

Lecture: Elizabeth Cullen Dunn '91
Friday, September 14

Corpses and Places: Forced Migrants and Worldmaking in the Republic of Georgia For refugees and internally displaced people (IDPs), displacement is an...

Medallion Program: Leadership Styles
Friday, September 14

An effective leader is one who engages members and keeps them interested, motivated, and involved. This workshop will help you discover your leadership style...

Cinema Group: A Quiet Place
Friday, September 14

In a post-apocalyptic world, a family is forced to live in silence while hiding from monsters with ultra-sensitive hearing. The movie is free and open to...

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,...

Light Painting
Friday, September 14

Come hang out with us and take some awesome light painting photos! If you have your own camera and/or tripod please bring it, other wise we will have a few...

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...

Friday Night Live
Friday, September 14

Friday Night Live featuring Zophia Dadlez. Falling somewhere between bedroom pop and indie folk, sophomore Zophia Dadlez makes soft, lyric-driven music about...

Late Night UR Stand-Up Comedy Showcase
Friday, September 14

Stand-up comedy showcase from members of UR Stand-Up Comedy Club.

Friday, September 14