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Wednesday, April 3

Mailbox of Hope Messages
Wednesday, April 3

Write a note to all sexual assault survivors letting them know you support them. The notes will be displayed in Rush Rhees library.

University of Rochester Medical Center
Wednesday, April 3

39th Annual Townsend Teaching Day "The Evolving Role of Donor Milk" Speaker: Aloka L. Patel, M.D., Associate Professor, Rush University Medical Center Watch...

Sit In. Walk Out. Stand Up: University Activism, 1962-73
Wednesday, April 3

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...

Exhibition: What We Need to Stay Free - Art
Wednesday, April 3

The Art and Art History Department are pleased to announce a two-site exhibition featuring collaborative projects with currently and formerly incarcerated...

Graduate Student Appreciation Week Coffee Hour - Meet the Graduate Education & Postdoctoral Affairs Staff
Wednesday, April 3

Free coffee, tea, and treats! Meet the GEPA Staff.

Lessons of the Hour—Frederick Douglass
Wednesday, April 3

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...

The Way Things Go
Wednesday, April 3

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...

**Cancelled** Total Rewards: Benefits Overview Webinar
Wednesday, April 3

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

Lecture: Tensors and Probability: an Intriguing Union
Wednesday, April 3

Nikos Sidiropoulos, University of Virginia, gives a lecture on "Tensors and Probability: an Intriguing Union" as part of the Electrical and Computer...

Rosenberger Work-in-Progress Seminar
Wednesday, April 3

Jennifer Kyker, associate professor of enthomusicology and associate professor of music, will present "Sekuru's Stories: Musical Sound and the Digital...

School of Nursing Clinical & Research Grand Rounds
Wednesday, April 3

Amy Braksmajer, Phd will present on "Intersections of Intimate Partner Violence, Relationship Power, and PrEP Use Among Men Who Have Sex with Men" during the...

University of Rochester Medical Center
Wednesday, April 3

Please join us for lunch and learn about innovations in guiding and measuring quality care. Patient outcomes have always mattered, but until recently we...

Total Rewards: Financial Health Bite Seminar - First-Time Home Buying
Wednesday, April 3

Learn what steps you need to take in order to achieve home ownership, including information regarding different loan options, how to choose a realtor, etc....

Wednesday Lunch Hour - Studying Teenagers' Political Thinking: What We're Learning from a Design-Based Intervention Study
Wednesday, April 3

Increasingly, scholarship in cultural cognition and motivated reasoning suggests that people develop, act upon, and defend political positions via ethical...

Center for Oral Biology Bagel Talk Series
Wednesday, April 3

Join us for a presentation by Michaelle Chojnacki, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Fellow in Dr. Paul Dunman’s laboratory Department of Microbiology & Immunology on ...

Color Rocks with Messages of Hope
Wednesday, April 3

Paint a rock to deliver a message to all sexual assault survivors that you support them.

April Blood Drive
Wednesday, April 3

Come and donate at the D'Lions February Blood Drive. The need for blood is constant and only volunteer donors can fulfill that need for patients in our...

Biochemistry and Biophysics Spring Seminar Series
Wednesday, April 3

Xiang-Dong Fu, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, La Jolla, CA will be...

University Farmers Market
Wednesday, April 3

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

Education Abroad General Information Meeting
Wednesday, April 3

Your first step in education abroad. Learn about opportunities for international study, internships, and service learning. Information about choosing a...

*DATE CHANGE to April 3 ~ Especially for Educators ~ Frederick Douglass & the Art of Isaac Julien
Wednesday, April 3

Explore multi-media resources newly available to area teachers and students. See Lessons of the Hour and discuss strategies for using the moving image in...

Art Reception: Everybody Has A Story
Wednesday, April 3

You are invited! The Bridge Gallery will be having its reception to celebrate our show, Everybody Has A Story, featuring local, national, and international...

Medallion Workshop: Advanced Leadership Styles
Wednesday, April 3

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 3

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...

More than a Witness: How Art Can Help Close Prisons, Free Mothers, Pass Laws, and Destroy Stereotypes 
Wednesday, April 3

A talk by Courtney Bowles & Mark Strandquist Rochester Decarceration Research Initiative 2018-2019 Speaker Series How Is Rochester a Prison Town? Mark...

Restorative Yoga
Wednesday, April 3

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...

Eastman Institute for Music Leadership: Daniel McIntosh: Artist Management Workshop 2
Wednesday, April 3

Tips for Finding and Working with Professional Management Dan McIntosh will lead two workshops on how musical artists can (1) obtain and benefit from...

Globalization in a Fractured World
Wednesday, April 3

Border walls. Tariffs. Brexit. What does the future hold for globalization? Who have been the winners and losers from increased globalization, and how has...

Philharmonia Chamber Orchestra
Wednesday, April 3

Mark Gibson, conductor; Krysten Chambers-Jones, soprano. Mendelssohn: Hebrides Overture; Debussy: Trois Chansons de Bilitis; Beethoven: Symphony No. 2

Piano Sonata No. 2 "Concord, Mass., 1840-1860: Works of Charles Ives
Wednesday, April 3

By Charles Ives (Heather O’Donnell Pianist. Laura Lentz flute. Lecture by NES Historian/Biographer Jan Swafford.

Wednesday, April 3