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Upcoming Events

Hip Hop Workshop with Tatiana Desardouin
Friday, September 21

"Technique Within Your Groove" Tatiana will serve as one of the celebrity judges in the Rochester Fringe Festival’s Street Beat All-styles Jam.

Rochester's Frederick Douglass, Frederick Douglass's World
Monday, September 24

On view through October 6: In recognition of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Frederick Douglass, River Campus Libraries’ Department of Rare Books,...

Racial Equity: Historical and Political Framing Through Art
Tuesday, September 25

The Council for Diversity and Inclusiveness at the University of Rochester School of Nursing is hosting a presentation on "Historical and Political Framing...

The Librarian’s Guide to Multicultural Health Resources
Tuesday, September 25

As part of the Office for Inclusion and Culture Development, this Diversity Seminar Series lecture will present "The Librarian’s Guide to Multicultural...

Diversity Seminar Series: A Common Understanding: Strategies to Improve Health Literacy - Part 2
Wednesday, September 26

This workshop reviews how many patients do not have adequate health literacy, which can compromise their health. We have an important role in improving...

Frederick Douglass Institute Talk: The Battles of History - Representing African-Americans
Wednesday, September 26

Professor Romuald Fonkoua, from the University of Paris-Sorboinne, will be giving a lecture on the battles of representing African Americans in African and...

Panel Discussion with Olga Tokarczuk: 'Flights, Memory, Emigration'
Friday, September 28

Olga Tokarczuk is one of Poland's most celebrated and beloved authors, a winner of the Man Booker International Prize, as well as her country's highest...

Text, Context, and Acts: A Symposium on Chinese Popular Religion in Practice
Saturday, September 29

The starting point of this workshop is texts: texts in written, spoken, and visual forms such as vernacular liturgical manuals, folklore, stelae, and rock...

MK Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence: 8th Annual Open House
Sunday, September 30

Join in the annual open house and celebration of Gandhi’s 149th birthday. Drop in anytime from 2-5pm to learn more about the Gandhi Institute. The event...

Stanton/Anthony Conversations 2018: Students Lead
Friday, October 5

This year’s event will highlight University students who are working towards social justice on campus and in the community, showcasing our students’...

31st Annual Tropicana Dinner Celebration
Friday, October 5

Dedicated to celebrating Spanish and Latino culture at the University of Rochester, the Spanish & Latino Students' Association will celebrate 48 years at...

Rebeca Tomas and A Palo Seco Flamenco Company
Friday, October 5

"Truly a feast for the eyes and the ears.” - Lindsay Miller, Theater Online Based in NYC, A Palo Seco is a New York City-based Flamenco Company that strives...

Understanding the Faculty Role
Wednesday, October 10

Gain a clear understanding of the roles and responsibilities of academic careers, hear alumni perspectives on transitioning from graduate student to faculty...

Latino-Hispanic Heritage Celebration
Sunday, October 14

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

Teaching Fundamentals: Tools to Demystify Course Planning and Assessment
Wednesday, October 24

Instructors at all levels will learn how to set learning objectives, build course plans to track achievement of outcomes, and assess learning. Participants...

World Religions Compentency For Medical Professionals
Friday, October 26

Presented by the Rev. Dr. C. Denise Yarbrough, director of Religious and Spiritual Life, Associate Prof., Dept of Religion and Classics at the University of...

Disability in Context
Friday, November 2

This talk will explore disability as a diversity issue and, in particular, the intersection of disability and other marginalization’s. We will focus on...

Jewish Heritage Celebration
Sunday, November 11

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

Graduate Women in Science (GWIS) Meeting
Thursday, November 15

Amanda E. Hargrove, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry and of Biochemistry, from Duke University, Durham, NC, will be the speaker for the monthly GWIS...

The Nancy S. and Peter O. Brown Guest Lectureship Lecture
Sunday, December 2

Dr. Thomas G. Garrison, Assistant Professor in Ithaca College’s Department of Anthropology. An archaeologist specializing in the Maya civilization, Dr....

Perspectives on the Promotion Process Part I: Promotion to Associate Professor
Wednesday, February 6, 2019

This session will focus on steps towards promoted in conversations with the provost, the school deans, and with recently promoted faculty colleagues, who...

Phelps Colloquium
Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Experiencing Absolute Pitch: Insights from AP Possessors in the United States and Asia Elizabeth West Marvin Professor, Department of Music Theory,...

Making Mentoring Work
Thursday, March 21, 2019

What factors should you consider when choosing a mentor? Identify and practice key skills for cultivating meaningful mentor-mentee relationship. Part of the...

Phelps Colloquium
Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Huaxia Rui, Associate Professor, in the Simon Business School "Open Voice or Private Message? The Hidden Tug-of-War on Social Media Customer Service" Maria...

Craig Owens Memorial Lecture 2018-2019
Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Anne Anlin Cheng, Professor of English and Director of American Studies at Princeton, will deliver the Owens Lecture. Her tentative title is "Yellow Femme,...