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Thursday, February 7

OB/GYN Grand Rounds
Thursday, February 7

Title: FT/PT Faculty Meeting Note: This week's Grand Rounds is intended for URMC Faculty only.

Toastmasters Club Meeting
Thursday, February 7

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

Sit In. Walk Out. Stand Up: University Activism, 1962-73
Thursday, February 7

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
Thursday, February 7

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

An Opulence of Ottomans (ab·bre·vi·at·ed)
Thursday, February 7

Work by Myles Calvert. Calvert’s current work explores the relationships that develop between everyday objects of comfort and popular culture interferences....

Lewis Henry Morgan at 200: A Critical Appreciation
Thursday, February 7

Final Week! 2018 is the bicentennial of the birth of Lewis Henry Morgan (d. 1881), a Rochester attorney and founding figure in the field of American...

Modern Czech Photography: A Portfolio
Thursday, February 7

The portfolio Modern Czech Photography (Moderní česká fotografie) is a rare and powerful body of work by some of the most important mid-century Czech...

The Way Things Go
Thursday, February 7

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...

Art Exhibition "Seconds"
Thursday, February 7

Hartnett gallery is pleased to present "Seconds" - an exhibition by Jim Arendt, which is inspired by the struggles of people of Flint, near which the artist...

Simon Stories: Peace Corps
Thursday, February 7

Join us Thursday, February 7th at 12 PM (food provided) in Schlegel 102 to hear from Simon Business School students who have been in the Peace Corps prior to...

Gentle Yoga
Thursday, February 7

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

LiDA Colloquium Series - Open Pedagogy: Varied Definitions, Multiple Approaches
Thursday, February 7

LiDA Colloquium Series - Open Pedagogy: Varied Definitions, Multiple Approaches 3-3:10 pm: Framing of the session and initial brainstorming3:10-4 pm: Set of...

e5 Program - Information Session
Thursday, February 7

Learn about the e5 Program! The e5 program offers select undergraduates a fifth, tuition-free year of college to pursue entrepreneurial endeavors. The...

Biology Seminar: Norah Saarman
Thursday, February 7

Dr. Norah Saarman, Yale University " Applications of populations genetics, landscape modeling, and functional genomics to vector control in Uganda"

Artist Talk and Opening Reception for "Seconds"
Thursday, February 7

The event will start with Jim Arendt giving a talk about his exhibition "Seconds", which is inspired by the struggles of people of Flint, near which the...

UR Student Finance Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting
Thursday, February 7

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

Grassroots Clothing Exchange
Thursday, February 7

This is a sustainable way to refresh your wardrobe! Donate your old clothes or pick up new free clothing to add to your closet. Donations are not required.

Recyclemania Kickoff
Thursday, February 7

Join Team Green in Hirst Lounge to kickoff Recyclemania, a nationwide competition between universities for which campus produces the most recycling. The...

Digital Media Studies (DMS) Fair
Thursday, February 7

The Digital Media Studies program is starting this semester off by taking over Rettner Hall, Third Floor to celebrate the DMS major and minor, and we wanted...

Humanities Center Public Lecture, "Extracted Evidence:  False Confessions and Testimonial Injustice"
Thursday, February 7

Why do confessions often swamp all other evidence in the United States criminal justice system? I show that the answer to this question involves a...

MAGthursday
Thursday, February 7

Looking for things to do that won’t break the bank? Journey through 5,000 years of human creativity at MAG. We offer half-price admission every Thursday...

Polski Mniej Obcy
Thursday, February 7

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...

Cocktails with Creatives
Thursday, February 7

Cocktails with Creatives brings fun, passionate people together to share their ideas, works, thoughts, and love of the arts with the Rochester community and...

Zen Meditation Group
Thursday, February 7

The Zen Buddhist Group provides an opportunity for students to explore Buddhism and other Eastern traditions through weekly meditation session, discussions,...

Docent-led Tours
Thursday, February 7

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 admission.

Thursday, February 7