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Wednesday, April 17

RESTORE Flag Display
Wednesday, April 17

An outdoor display of 720 flags that represent the number of people sexually assaulted every day in the United States. RESTORE Sexual Assault Services holds...

Pediatric Grand Rounds
Wednesday, April 17

Presentation of Traniee Research Activities Speakers: Carol Fries Simpson, M.D (Fellow, Pediatric Hematology/oncology), Melissa Cullimore, M.D., Ph.D....

Sit In. Walk Out. Stand Up: University Activism, 1962-73
Wednesday, April 17

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...

Locus/Focus Art Exhibition
Wednesday, April 17

Locus/Focus is Jeff Tractenberg, Shun Yamamoto, and Scout Moore. The exhibition opens April 17 and runs through May 1. Reception is April 17 from 5-7...

Exibition: Victoria - A Ruling Image
Wednesday, April 17

From 1837 to 1901, Queen Victoria ruled a British Empire that grew to span a quarter of the globe and include some 450 million people. Her reign coincided...

Is Your Relationship Sweet, Sour, or Rotten?
Wednesday, April 17

Come enjoy apples and facts on dating violence.

Grad Fair
Wednesday, April 17

Time to get those cap and gowns! All graduating seniors can buy these and other graduation accessories including class rings or diploma frames, flower...

1969 Turns 50
Wednesday, April 17

This exhibition showcases diverse works of art linked by the year of their creation, 1969. That year bore witness to some of the most transformative events...

Eastman Performing Arts Medicine: Max Adler, oboe
Wednesday, April 17

Eastman Performing Arts Medicine is a collaboration between the Eastman School and the UR Medical Center to explore the intersection of arts in healthcare....

Lessons of the Hour—Frederick Douglass
Wednesday, April 17

MAG is pleased to announce Lessons of the Hour, a multi-screen film and video installation by pioneering global media artist Isaac Julien. The work is freely...

Spring Break Special
Wednesday, April 17

MAG will offer special pricing during Spring Break, Tuesday, April 16-Sunday, April 21, 2019. Kids 18 and under are free with paid adult admission.

The Way Things Go
Wednesday, April 17

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...

Benefits Overview Webinar
Wednesday, April 17

The Office of Total Rewards conducts a Benefits Webinar that provides an overview of the benefit options and enrollment deadlines. The webinar also covers...

Chemistry Colloquium:  Buhro
Wednesday, April 17

William Buhro, Washington University in St. Louis. Professor Buhro is the Chair and Professor of Chemistry, and George E. Pake Professor in Arts & Sciences...

Diversity Seminar Series
Wednesday, April 17

Project SEARCH®at URMC Presented by: Kaitlyn Richardson, MPP Director of Employment Programs, Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities Jonathan Payne...

Rosenberger Work-in-Progress Seminar
Wednesday, April 17

Anaar Desai-Stephens, assistant professor of ethnomusicology, will present "'You have to feel to sing!': Affective Pedagogy, and the Commodification of ...

School of Nursing Clinical & Research Grand Rounds
Wednesday, April 17

The School of Nursing invites you to attend this special presentation from Visiting Scholar Dana D. Hines Phd, RN "Social Determinants of Transgender Health:...

Speaking Truth to Power: A Primer on Black/African Psychology and How it Changed Psychology
Wednesday, April 17

This Community Counts Luncheon will feature Dr. Kevin Cokley, who will discuss the importance of Black/African Psychology. Dr. Cokley is the director of...

TinkerSpace - Introduction to MatLab
Wednesday, April 17

Need Matlab for an upcoming project? Just curious and want to try it out? Learn the basics of programming in Matlab, like syntax and looping. Get hands-on...

Total Rewards: TIAA Webinar - Quarterly Economic and Market Update
Wednesday, April 17

Online TIAA’s Chief Investment Strategist will discuss economic and market developments that may impact your retirement savings strategy. Please register...

Oral Biology Bagel Talk: Irradiation in Salivary Glands
Wednesday, April 17

"Effects of Irradiation in Salivary Glands" Hitoshi Uchida, DDS, PhD Postdoctoral Associate Dr. Catherine Ovitt’s Laboratory

Graduate Student NIH T32 Retreat in Cellular, Biochemical and Molecular Science
Wednesday, April 17

John Lis, Ph.D., Barbara McClintock Professor, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY will be the keynote speaker at...

Wednesday Lunch - Developing a K-12 Research Collaboration across Computer Science, Data Science and Warner
Wednesday, April 17

Presented by Dave Miller, Associate Professor and Associate Director, Center for Learning in the Digital Age; Zhen Bai (computer science), and Ella Wan (Data...

University Farmers Market
Wednesday, April 17

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

Total Rewards: TIAA Webinar - Beginning to Save for Retirement
Wednesday, April 17

Online Please join TIAA for a financial webinar. You can learn how to evaluate and manage debt, find additional ways to save, create a budget and begin to...

Physics & Astronomy Colloquium
Wednesday, April 17

Will Percival, University of Waterloo Making cosmological measurements with standard rulers and standard shapes Abstract: Analyses of galaxy clustering in...

Women's Lacrosse vs. RIT
Wednesday, April 17

University of Rochester varsity women's lacrosse versus Rochester Institute of Technology - Liberty League match

Women's Tennis vs. SUNY Geneseo
Wednesday, April 17

University of Rochester varsity women's tennis versus SUNY Geneseo

Art Reception: Locus/Focus
Wednesday, April 17

Locus/Focus is Jeff Tractenberg, Shun Yamamoto, and Scout Moore. Emerging artists Jeff Tractenberg, Shun Yamamato, and Scout Moore will be sharing works...

Medallion Workshop: Toward a More Perfect Union: Social Responsibility and Justice
Wednesday, April 17

Please RSVP to this event to indicate you are going. Medallion Workshops with under 5 RSVP's by the Monday before the workshop may be cancelled. Hosted by:...

Meditation Class
Wednesday, April 17

This class is open to all Wilmot Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. Meditation is a way to help manage stress by quieting and relaxing the mind...

Melanoma/Skin Cancer Support Group
Wednesday, April 17

This support group is for anyone who has received or is currently receiving treatment for skin cancer or melanoma, as well as the patient’s caregiver.

Restorative Yoga
Wednesday, April 17

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

Jon Gruber: Jump-Starting Rochester
Wednesday, April 17

An evening with MIT professor Jon Gruber, co-author of Jump-Starting America, which identifies Rochester as the #1 city with ingredients for economic growth....

Baseball vs. Alfred State College
Wednesday, April 17

University of Rochester varsity baseball game versus Alfred State College

Bioethics at the Movies
Wednesday, April 17

Preparing students for ethical situations in healthcare Contagion, 11/15, hosted by Dr. Richard Dees Marvin's Room, 12/5, hosted by Dr. Richard...

Frederick Douglass and Public Art Today
Wednesday, April 17

Please join us for a discussion about the history of Frederick Douglass, public art, and the Re-Energizing the Legacy of Frederick Douglass project....

Chamber Ensembles Concert, Part 1
Wednesday, April 17

From trios to quartets Learn more about the Institute for the Performing Arts at the University.

Eastman Wind Orchestra
Wednesday, April 17

Mark Davis Scatterday and William Talley, conductors; Roger Hall, guest conductor. Copland: An Outdoor Overture; Turina: Five Miniatures; Barber: Commando...

Wednesday, April 17