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Diversity & Inclusion Events

January 21 - February 19, 2020

Tuesday, January 21

Diversity Seminar Series: MLK Day and Education
Tuesday, January 21

“Martin Luther King Junior and Education, MLK Day Grand Rounds" Presented by: by Dr. John S. Walker, Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of...

LGBTQ Meet & Greet
Tuesday, January 21

Join the Paul J. Burgett Intercultural Center for a mocktail reception. This is a great opportunity for new students to meet other members of the LGBTQ...

Wednesday, January 22

University of Rochester Medical Center
Wednesday, January 22

Shane Wiegand, M.Ed, City Roots Community Land Trust Board Member and Fourth Grade Teacher at Rush-Henrietta School District, will present the Department of...

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Wednesday, January 22

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

SON Clinical & Research Grand Rounds
Wednesday, January 22

The School of Nursing invites faculty, staff and students to attend a special presentation by Kathi Heffner, PhD and Kimberly Van Orden, PhD, "The Rochester...

Thursday, January 23

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Thursday, January 23

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Friday, January 24

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Friday, January 24

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Lunar New Year Bells
Friday, January 24

Bingyi Liu, Bohan Cui, Claire Janezic present Lunar New Year Bell Music Spring Festival Jasmine Flower Moon Represents My Heart Butterfly Lovers Flower...

Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Address
Friday, January 24

Eddie Glaude Jr., a professor of religion and African American studies at Princeton University, will deliver the University of Rochester’s 2020 Martin Luther...

Saturday, January 25

Rochester Black Nurses Association Chapter Meeting
Saturday, January 25

Rochester Black Nurses Association Inc. is hosting a chapter meeting. The event is sponsored by the University of Rochester School of Nursing and open to all...

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Saturday, January 25

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Annual BSU Step Show
Saturday, January 25

The theme this year is Walt Disney. Tickets are being sold at $1, so make sure you get your tickets. FIRST COME FIRST SERVE! Once at occupancy doors will be...

Sunday, January 26

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Sunday, January 26

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Monday, January 27

Café Culture/ French Conversation Hour
Monday, January 27

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

Tuesday, January 28

Cracking the Codes: Racial Equity Learning
Tuesday, January 28

Learn about the systems of racial inequity that surround us. Sessions are free and open to the public, and lunch is provided. You do not need to have...

Wednesday, January 29

University of Rochester Medical Center
Wednesday, January 29

Chief Executive Officer of Common Ground Health and Rochester native Wade Norwood will be presenting the Department of Psychiatry's Annual Martin Luther King...

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Wednesday, January 29

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

World Music Series: Zhou Family Band
Wednesday, January 29

Hailing from Linbgi in the Anhui Province of central eastern China, The Zhou Family Band takes pride in being the loudest orchestra at any festival! Playing...

Thursday, January 30

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Thursday, January 30

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Phelps Colloquium
Thursday, January 30

Krystel Huxlin, professor in the Department of Ophthalmology. "A Vision for the Future: How to Recruit Neural Plasticity for Sight Restoration" E. Michael...

Friday, January 31

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Friday, January 31

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Saturday, February 1

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Saturday, February 1

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Annual Family and Student Skating Party
Saturday, February 1

All are invited to attend the annual Family and Student Skating Party at the Genesee Valley Sports Complex! The event features free admission, free skate...

Sunday, February 2

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Sunday, February 2

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Monday, February 3

The Foreign Mother Tongue: Living and Writing as a Palestinian in Israel
Monday, February 3

Sayed Kashua, a Palestinian citizen of Israel, author and journalist born in Tira, Israel, known for his books and humorous columns will deliver a public...

Café Culture/ French Conversation Hour
Monday, February 3

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

Wednesday, February 5

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Wednesday, February 5

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Thursday, February 6

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Thursday, February 6

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Friday, February 7

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Friday, February 7

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Saturday, February 8

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Saturday, February 8

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Sunday, February 9

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Sunday, February 9

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Black History Month Celebration
Sunday, February 9

Several times each year, the Memorial Art Gallery opens its doors and offers Rochester area families and community members the opportunity to learn more...

Monday, February 10

Café Culture/ French Conversation Hour
Monday, February 10

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

Tuesday, February 11

Conversations on Joyful Living
Tuesday, February 11

What is joy? What causes joy? How do you define joy? Join us for a conversation on joy and what it means to you. Hosted by the Spirituality Committee...

Wednesday, February 12

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Wednesday, February 12

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Tana Grady-Weliky MD Lecture: Deborah German
Wednesday, February 12

The Office for Inclusion and Culture presents the 2020 Tana Grady-Weliky, MD Lecture on Women and Diversity in Medicine (part of the 2019-2020 Diversity...

Thursday, February 13

Gender, Sex, and Power: Beyond White Suffrage
Thursday, February 13

This teach-in organized by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, entitled Gender, Sex, and Power: Beyond White Suffrage,...

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Thursday, February 13

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Future Faculty Workshop Series for the Next Generation of Faculty:  Mentoring in Action
Thursday, February 13

Spotlight on Mentoring: Mentoring in Action (Part III of IV) Complimentary lunch provided. Designed collaboratively by faculty from each of the...

Friday, February 14

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Friday, February 14

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

History Department Workshop
Friday, February 14

This month’s presenter will be Michelle Furlano (Ridout), “Politics on a Pedestal: The History of the Frederick Douglass Monument.” For more information and...

Saturday, February 15

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Saturday, February 15

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Sunday, February 16

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Sunday, February 16

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Monday, February 17

Café Culture/ French Conversation Hour
Monday, February 17

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

Wednesday, February 19

10th Annual inspireDance Festival

The festival, organized by the Program of Dance and Movement, will take place on the River Campus. The event is open to the general public—inviting both the...

Ja'Tovia Gary, still, from her film
Wednesday, February 19

Ja’Tovia Gary’s Giverny I (NÉGRESSE IMPÉRIALE) film installation re-contextualizes archival images by combining documentary elements and direct animation,...

Negotiation—Women's Wednesday Workshop
Wednesday, February 19

These women-led workshops are open to all faculty. Topic: Negotiation Presenter: Antonia Kolokythas, DDS, MSc, FACS Head and Program Director, Department...

January 21 - February 19, 2020