Blood Drive

Come and donate at the D’Lions and Red Cross’ last blood drive of the semester. Blood is especially in need this year due to the events of the past several months, your donation can help save lives! The drive will take place in Friel Lounge from 11 am to 5 pm on December 4th and…


Rochester SINGS – A Benefit Concert for Puerto Rico

SAVE THE DATE! On November 26th at 6 pm, Rochester SINGS will be hosting a benefit concert for Puerto Rico as the island territory recovers from Hurricane Maria. Admission is free, but participants are encouraged to bring monetary donations and/or personal hygiene donations as well. For questions and updates, contact Jason Wright (jasonwrightmt@gmail.com). You also follow…


Rochester City School District Clothing Drive

The Rochester City School District is accepting clothing, shoes, accessories, hygiene items and gift cards for families in need. Items are especially needed with so many families relocating to Rochester as a result of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Simple fill a box and contact Megan Freiburger (megan.freiburger@rcsdk12.org) or Elizabeth Vanson (elizabeth.vanson@rcsdk12.org) so that it will be retrieved.…


List of Spring 2018 Community Engaged Courses

Are you interested in taking a community-engaged learning course? Are you pursuing the Citation in Community-Engaged Scholarship? Or, are you just looking for an extra class? Look no further! Here is an updated list of courses being offered in the Spring 2018 semester. ASL 101 Beginning ASL 1 ASL 102 Beginning ASL 2 ASL 105…


Monroe County Inter-generational Fall Clean-Up

Please join us on October 19th at Monroe Community Hospital (435 East Henrietta Rd, Rochester, NY 14620) to help make a difference for Monroe County’s older adults. We will be raking and sweeping the properties of seniors in our communities who could use a helping hand this fall season. County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo will kick…


Public Safety, the Community, and the University in Times of Change

Join us as Cedric Alexander, Deputy Mayor of Rochester and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry addresses “public safety, the community, and the University in times of change.” Friday, September 15th 12:00 noon Livestreaming in the Gowen room on River Campus In person in the Class of ’62 Auditorium at the Medical Center


DEEJ: Inclusion shouldn’t be a lottery

Join us for a screening of the documentary Deej, followed by a conversation with DJ “Deej” Savarese. Deej is a documentary about autism, inclusion, and a nonspeaking young man dreaming of autistic civil rights. Wednesday, September 27, 2017 6:30pm Feldman Ballroom The film will be closed captioned and audio described. This event is free and open to…


Holding the Middle Ground in US Politics

Pennsylvania Attorney General Joshua Shapiro ’95 will share insights into his priorities in his elected position, holding the political middle ground, and how federalism has evolved in this new era of public distrust in both government and partisanship. Since he was elected in January 2017, he has been able to implement bipartisan reforms as a pragmatic progressive Democrat.…


List of Fall 2017 Community Engaged Courses

Are you interested in taking a community-engaged learning course? Are you pursuing the Citation in Community-Engaged Scholarship? Or, are you just looking for an extra class? Look no further! Here is an updated list of courses being offered in the Fall 2017 semester. ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology ASL 101 Beginning ASL 1 ASL 102 Beginning…


Community Engagement Symposium