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Upcoming Events

Paul J. Burgett Intercultural Center Fifth Anniversary Celebration
Friday, January 19

This event will have brief welcoming remarks followed by a reception.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Address
Friday, January 19

Maria Hinojosa, anchor and executive producer of the Peabody Award-winning show, Latino USA - distributed through NPR, and anchor and Executive Producer for...

(Dis)placement, Memory, and Colonial Partitions: Readings, Book Signings, and Reception with Writers
Friday, January 19

A conversation with renowned writers Uzma Aslam Khan (Thinner Than Skin, The Geometry of God, and Trespassing) and Sejal Shah (How to Make Your Mother Cry...

8th Annual inspireDance Festival
Saturday, January 20

The a seven-day festival, organized by the Program of Dance and Movement, will take place on the River Campus from January 20 to 26, 2018. The event is open...

(Dis)placement, Memory, and Colonial Partitions: Film Screenings, High Tea, and Q&A with Directors
Saturday, January 20

Screenings of Milange Babey Ratan De Mele Te, directed by Ajay Bhardwaj, and A Thin Wall, directed by Mara Ahmed. Discussions with the directors will follow...

Two Languages, Two Recipes, Three Ingredients
Monday, January 22

Join the Language Center for the very first Two Languages, Two Recipes. Italy and Portugal meet for a cooking challenge with 3 common ingredients. Join us...

LGBTQ Mocktail Meet & Greet
Wednesday, January 24

Join the Paul J. Burgett Intercultural Center and our LGBTQ Coordinator, Colleen Raimond, for a brief presentation and mocktail reception with appetizers and...

Annual Tana Grady-Weliky, MD Lecture on Women and Diversity in Medicine
Thursday, January 25

Marleece Barber, Chief Medical Officer and Director of Health and Wellness Lockheed Martin Corporation presents "From the Bedside to C-Suite: My Path to...

Martin Luther King Jr. Community Action Fair
Thursday, January 25

The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Action Fair is an opportunity to bring Rochester and the University Community together in an effort to focus our...

inspireDANCE Dance Performance: MBDance
Friday, January 26

The contemporary dance company MBDance will perform “dying and dying and dying,” a work originally commissioned by Gibney Dance—a NY-based community...

Anti-Human Trafficking Conference
Saturday, January 27

Human trafficking is an enormous and horrifying human rights issue around the world. It strikes particularly close to home in our Rochester community as this...

STOMP the ROC: 15th Annual Black Students’ Union Step Show
Saturday, January 27

The Black Students' Union is back again for our 15th Annual Step Show. This year's show STOMP the ROC will consist of eight teams for the Rochester...

Understanding Research Impact
Tuesday, January 30

In this interactive workshop you will learn how to manage your scholarly identity and boost your research impact. Learn time-saving strategies and get an...

Vagina Monologues
Friday, February 2

A non-profit production, as part of the V-Day Movement, to raise awareness and funds to end violence against women. Proceeds will go to RESTORE, a rape...

Winterfest Comedian: Hasan Minhaj
Saturday, February 3

In November 2014, he made his debut as a full time correspondent on the Emmy and Peabody award-winning The Daily Show. Hasan is the host of the docu-series...

Inclusive Climate Leadership Fellowship Information Session
Monday, February 5

The Provost’s Office and the Office for Faculty Development and Diversity are pleased to announce a new fellowship program for staff and faculty aimed at...

Speaker: Tarana Burke
Monday, February 5

Tarana has dedicated more than 25 years of her life to social justice and to laying the groundwork for a movement that was initially created to help young...

Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age: An Overview
Thursday, February 8

This workshop will provide an overview of online teaching and learning, both nationally and at the University of Rochester.

Phelps Colloquium: Deserts, Dust, and Iron Fertilization of the North Pacific Ocean: Cause or Consequence of Global Cooling?
Thursday, February 8

Deserts, Dust, and Iron Fertilization of the North Pacific Ocean: Cause or Consequence of Global Cooling? Carmala Garzione, Helen F. and Fred H. Gowen...

Susan B. Anthony Legacy Awards Brunch
Saturday, February 10

The Susan B. Anthony Center is hosting the annual Susan B. Anthony Legacy Awards Brunch on February 10 to celebrate the University’s undergraduate women’s...

When Students are Struggling, Troubled, or Troubling
Thursday, February 15

When Students are Struggling, Troubled, or Troubling: Sources of Insight and Assistance Complimentary lunch Gain perspectives from University experts on...

Phelps Colloquium: Policy Lessons from the Great Recession and Not-So-Great Recovery
Thursday, March 1

Doing Better Next Time: Policy Lessons from the Great Recession and Not-So-Great Recovery Narayana Kocherlakota, Lionel W. McKenzie Professor of Economics,...

Plutzik Reading Series: Jim Shepard
Tuesday, March 6

Jim Shepard has written seven novels, including The Book of Aron, which won the Sophie Brody Medal for Excellence in Jewish Literature, the Harold Ribalow...

Exploring (Dis)abilities and Academia
Monday, March 26

Complimentary lunch This session will be led by scholar Diane Wiener, PhD, Director of the Syracuse University Disability Cultural Center. The Center is...