Providing educational resources, training, and support to area high school students.
Supporting existing undergraduates in achieving their academic goals.
Growing the academic pipeline and diversifying the academic population in AS&E.
David T. Kearns Center hosts our annual Research Symposium on Friday, July 28 from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM in the Richard Feldman Ballroom, Douglass Commons. This event will feature the scholarly work of 61 talented undergraduates from around the country, who have been engaged in research with UR faculty for the past 8-weeks. Their works spans topics such as textual analysis of veterans, design of technology to assist in better emotional and social communication with individuals across the autism spectrum, racial identity development, use of ultrasound in drug delivery and therapy, the foundations of the Earth, and many more.
Please join us for oral presentations, presented by the Ronald E. McNair Scholars and Music/Mind/Media REU group, from 8:30AM to 12:30PM and poster presentations, presented by participants in the Human Health REU, Music/Mind/Media REU and the Xerox Engineering Fellows program, from 1:00PM to 3:00 PM. If there are any questions, please contact Stephon Hamell at email@example.com. This event is free and open to the public.
We are inviting all our alumni back to the University of Rochester to celebrate our anniversaries with us this Meliora Weekend (October 12-15, 2017).
We are hosting great celebratory events for YOU! Meliora Weekend registration opens on July 26, 2017.
Questions about our alumni events coming up? Contact us!
10 Years of Upward Bound
15 Years of the Kearns Center
25 Years of McNair Scholars
A $1.2 million Talent Search grant from the U.S. Department of Education will enable academic services for upwards of 500 Rochester City School District students annually over the next five years. The Kearns Center will administer the project via College Prep Centers at East High School and Vanguard Collegiate High School.
Search for research opportunities available nationwide in the humanities, social sciences, engineering, math, science, and medicine.