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Tuesday, April 9

Mailbox of Hope Messages
Tuesday, April 9

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

Sit In. Walk Out. Stand Up: University Activism, 1962-73
Tuesday, April 9

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...

Warner School of Education Non-matric Advising and General Info Session
Tuesday, April 9

Come join Warner Admissions for a cup of coffee at Finger Lakes Coffee Roasters at Strong Memorial Hospital to learn more about graduate programs and...

Biomedical Engineering Seminar
Tuesday, April 9

Jonathan Lovell, University at Buffalo, "Bioengineering using porphyrin-phospholipid liposomes"

Eastman Performing Arts Medicine: Stephanie Bonk, violin
Tuesday, April 9

Eastman Performing Arts Medicine launches its program of arts integration in the URMC with individual musicians from the Eastman School sharing their gifts...

The Clothesline Project
Tuesday, April 9

A visual display of shirts designed by survivors of sexual violence, or by someone who loves or supports survivors. The shirts will be displayed outside of...

Chemistry Inorganic Seminar: Riedel
Tuesday, April 9

Sebastian Riedel, Free University of Berlin. "Chemistry of Polyhalogens (e.g. Cl13–) and Goldfluoride Carbene Chemistry (e.g. F3AuNHC, AuF)” Abstract Flyer

Meditation Class
Tuesday, April 9

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...

UR Home Care Webster Silent Auction
Tuesday, April 9

Event for UR Home Care Webster Employees The UR Home Care Webster Events Committee welcomes UR Home Care Webster employees to participate in a company...

Hong Kong Expo
Tuesday, April 9

Hong Kong Student Association is hosting a Hong Kong Expo in Havens' Lounge. There will be different activities for students to have a taste of...

Black Code Studies: A Digital Toolkit Luncheon
Tuesday, April 9

A skillshare and discussion of how #BlackCodeStudies informs and operates in digital humanities and the humanities more broadly. Bring your favorite tools,...

Health Bites: Plant-Based Nutrition and Changing Medical Paradigms
Tuesday, April 9

Dr. Ted Barnett, M.D., F.A.C.L.M. Why do changes in our scientific knowledge take so long to be put into medical practice? Why do we still treat most heart...

Human Values in Health Care Annual Lecture 2019
Tuesday, April 9

Without Consent: The History of Human Radiation Experiments in Rochester, a Family Story Concerned about the health effects of radiation on employees in the...

School of Nursing Faculty Candidate Presentation
Tuesday, April 9

The School of Nursing invites faculty, staff, and students to attend a special presentation, "Emerging Methodologies To Answer Clinical Research Questions"...

Tuesday Pipes: Edith Yam and Margaret-Mary Owens
Tuesday, April 9

25-minute organ concerts featuring Eastman organ students, faculty, and special guests.

Qi Gong for Health
Tuesday, April 9

This class is open to all Wilmot Cancer Institute patients and their caregivers. Our Qi Gong for Health program is a gentle system of coordinated body...

Rainbow Lecture 2019: Toward an Environmental Theory of Early Sexuality
Tuesday, April 9

Greta LaFleur will visit the University to deliver the 8th annual Rainbow Lecture. If sexology—the science of sex—came into being sometime in the nineteenth...

UR Stars in Service Reception
Tuesday, April 9

The UR Stars in Service campaign is an annual platform offered to any and all dining, facility, and transportation workers. This platform seeks to allow...

Cutler Lecture: How to Poison a City: Revelations from the Flint Water Crisis
Tuesday, April 9

Journalist and writer Anna Clark will discuss the confluence of factors that created an ongoing environmental and public health disaster centered on the...

Constellation Noire: Scrying Diasporic Futures in Plain Text
Tuesday, April 9

Black digital practice holds space for Black life to be seen without the rancor of the voyeur, appreciated without the demand for consumption. What makes...

Let's Talk: ESL Conversation Hour
Tuesday, April 9

Let's Talk is an informal English as a Second Language Conversation Hour offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge...

Is There Too Much Social Mobility?
Tuesday, April 9

Jamie Whyte, journalist, philosopher and former management consultant and New Zealand politician, speaks about social mobility. Hosted by the Department of...

Café Ivrit
Tuesday, April 9

Café Ivrit is an informal Conversation Hour in Hebrew offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language....

Islam Awareness Week Info Session
Tuesday, April 9

Come and find out more about the events during Islam Awareness Week including Hijabi for a Day and Fast-a-thon. A member of the Muslim Students' Association...

What's Next for Europe?: Brexit and the Rise of the Populism
Tuesday, April 9

We will be inviting Professor Meguid, Professor Ganga, and an AEI scholar (organized by AEI-affiliated political science students on campus) to provide an...

Medallion Workshop: Building Career Competencies Across Campus and Beyond
Tuesday, April 9

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:...

DanTalk Bang - 단톡방
Tuesday, April 9

Dantalk Bang is an informal Conversation Hour in Korean offered by the Language Center and open to everyone and to every level of knowledge of the language....

Kilbourn Concert Series: Roby Lakatos, violin
Tuesday, April 9

Mixing classical and jazz idioms with the magic of the Hungarian-gypsy vitality, violinist Roby Lakatos is a global phenomenon whose mastery and musicianship...

Pediatrics: Kit Taylor Memorial Lecture
Tuesday, April 9

Presented by: Andrea Kelly, M.D., MSCE, Attending Physician, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, CE Perelman School of...

The United States Army Field Band & Soldiers’ Chorus
Tuesday, April 9

The Concert Band & Soldiers’ Chorus are the oldest and largest of the U.S. Army Field Band’s performing components. Founded in 1946 and 1957 respectively,...

Habitat's Screw Finals
Tuesday, April 9

As part of CSN's community service week, Habitat for Humanity is planning on hosting an info session on how to use basic tools such as hammers and screw...

Tuesday, April 9