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Raymond F. LeChase Hall

Raymond F. LeChase Hall is the home of the Warner School of Education. A four-story, 65,000-square-foot facility—with the upper three floors unified by a three-story atrium named in honor of Robin and Timothy Wentworth—LeChase Hall includes 14 classrooms on the first floor that are used by the College of Arts, Sciences and Engineering during the day and the Warner School in the evenings and summers.

500 Wilson Blvd, Rochester, NY 14627

Place Type

River Campus




Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m.- 5 p.m.


Upcoming Events

Wednesday Conversation: Cultural Connections: India

Coffee and dessert will be available. You are invited to bring your own lunch. For any accommodation needs, please contact Mary Judge at (585) 275-2454 or...

Wednesday, November 20 12:00pm
Future Faculty Workshop Series for the Next Generation of Faculty: Sources of Insight and Assistance: When Students Are Struggling, Troubled, or Troubling

Gain perspectives from University experts on how to recognize the signs of distress and how to be a source of effective support. Complimentary lunch...

Thursday, November 21 11:30am
LiDA Colloquium Series: How Are Digital Technologies Redefining the Goals of K-16 Education?

Advances in technologies are continuously changing the job opportunities available to our current students, and have also impacted the knowledge, skills and...

Thursday, November 21 3:00pm
UR Global: Experiences Living or Studying Abroad

The Warner School of Education presents "UR Global: Experiences Living or Studying Abroad". As part of the International Education Week (IEW) celebration,...

Thursday, November 21 5:00pm
Final Class Project on Comparison of American and International Educational Best Practices

This program is a final project for a course on American Educational Systems. The presentations will compare school systems in the United States and the home...

Friday, November 22 1:00pm

Recent Events

Online Learning Symposium Series

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Experience Warner Event

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Warner Career Services Seminar

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Recent Activity


EVELYN KIRST left a positive review Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Great information shared about the application process and requirements. All my questions were answered.

Raymond F. LeChase Hall

Raymond F. LeChase Hall posted a photo Friday, July 26, 2019

Linda Saalman

Linda Saalman left a positive review Thursday, February 8, 2018

Interesting and informative. I came with a different agenda and perspective than others at the workshop, so I suspect I took back different learning. Look forward in particular to the final wrap-up session.

As a MOOC student, I was particularly curious about the cultural aspects of online learning from the instructor perspective, and this workshop definitely gave me some of that, as did a follow-on conversation with one of the attendees. In that sense, I was surprised not to hear more about reach as an aspect of online vs. brick-and-mortar learning, both the ability to achieve global reach and the ability to dramatically multiply the number of students reached. Similarly, I was intrigued that the issue of business models was not addressed. In all cases, I suspect this is about the fact that only so much can be crammed into a single introductory session. More mundanely, this is the first time I've seen real-time polling used this way, which was an interesting experience.

I'll be curious to see whether the issue of platform choice and assessment, and augmenting platform capabilities with social media, are addressed at some point. For example, the Translation MOOC (which I've taken) was launched on Coursera, which is actually a rather poor platform for building community compared with FutureLearn, and I've seen people deal with that by combining it with social media for both community and for projects.

Glad I attended. Although honestly, "It was great!" may be a bit of an over-reach.

Raymond F. LeChase Hall

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