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Best Translated Book Award Wins Prize for International Achievements in Literary Translation
(April 17, 2014)
Love Hurts: Devotion and Deviance Face Off in Madame de Sade
(April 11, 2014)
Benefit Concert Series for Rochester's Foodlink Wraps Up its Fifth Season
(April 10, 2014)
New Jazz Theory Book Designed for Student, Amateur, and Professional Musicians
(April 9, 2014)
Scholar Kenneth Gross Named First Holder of Alan F. Hilfiker Distinguished Professorship in English
(April 8, 2014)
Feelings of Failure, Not Violent Content, Foster Aggression in Video Gamers
(April 7, 2014)
Eastman Musicians Accompany Screening of Silent Masterpiece
(April 4, 2014)
Rochester New York Chapter, the Links, Incorporated Presents Violinist Carmen Lavada Johnson-Pajaro in Concert
(March 31, 2014)
Concert Features Short Films with Original Music by Eastman Musicians
(March 28, 2014)
Singer-Actors Compete in Finals of Lotte Lenya Competition
(March 27, 2014)
Eastman Hosts, Presents Concert of Works by Composer Chaya Czernowin
(March 26, 2014)
Douglas and Constance Beck Endow Political Science Fellowship
(March 24, 2014)
Army Field Band Concert Includes Eastman Musicians
(March 19, 2014)
EVENT: Concert and Poetry Reading Celebrates the Canonization of Pope John Paul II
(March 19, 2014)
Organ and the Opera: Concert Spotlights Unfamiliar Repertoire
(March 14, 2014)
Historian Joan Shelley Rubin to be First Dexter Perkins Professor
(March 12, 2014)
Sir James Galway to Receive Honorary Degree at 'From the Top' Taping
(March 11, 2014)
Eastman Saxophonists Will Perform, Compete at National Conference
(March 11, 2014)
American Bar Association Awards Lower Ratings to Women and Minorities
(February 27, 2014)
EVENT: Rochester Student Musicians Raise A Toast To Those Who Rock
(February 26, 2014)
Morality and Corporate Responsibility Explored in An Enemy of the People
(February 20, 2014)
Skalny Lecture Series Features Anthony Sciolino on The Holocaust, the Church, and the Law of Unintended Consequences
(February 19, 2014)
Mary Ann Mavrinac Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award by the Ontario College and University Library Association
(February 18, 2014)
$360,000 Grant Helps Put One of the Nation's Most Important 19th Century Archives Online
(February 12, 2014)
The Politics and Markets Project Presents "This Won't Hurt a Bit: ObamaCare and Your Future"
(February 7, 2014)
No Strength in Numbers
(February 7, 2014)
Digital Artist Cary Peppermint Receives Lillian Fairchild Award
(February 5, 2014)
Divorce Rate Cut in Half for Couples Who Discussed Relationship Movies
(January 31, 2014)
EVENT: Institute for Popular Music Celebrates 50th Anniversary of the Beatles in America
(January 17, 2014)
EVENT: inspireDANCE Festival Brings NYC Choreographer to Rochester
(January 16, 2014)
Krzysztof Meisinger and Anna Maria Staskiewicz Perform "Music of the World"
(January 8, 2014)
Randall Curren Appointed to Birmingham Research Chair and the First Professorship Established by the Royal Institute of Philosophy
(January 6, 2014)
Open Letter Books Receives $50,000 NEA Grant for Translation Projects
(December 19, 2013)
Russian Studies Professor Wins 2013 Book Award for Best Scholarly Translation
(December 11, 2013)
The University of Rochester and George Eastman House Announce Joint Master's Degree Program in Photographic Preservation and Collections Management
(December 4, 2013)
EVENT: GlobeMed Presents IMPACT, 2nd Annual Art Gala
(December 2, 2013)
Warner Professor Publishes Text on Global Academic Publishing
(November 25, 2013)
Nora Dimmock Earns 2013 Messinger Award For Leadership in Digital Humanities
(November 25, 2013)
Massive Online Archive of AIDS Posters Completed in time for World AIDS Day
(November 25, 2013)
EVENT: Music of Poland with Maria Rączka and Ivanka Driankova
(November 25, 2013)
Neilly Lecturer Gerald Oppenheimer Speaks to the Politics of AIDS
(November 21, 2013)
EVENT: Todd Theatre Presents Tony Kushner's A Bright Room Called Day
(November 20, 2013)
Mellon Foundation Commits $1 Million to Emerging Field of Digital Humanities at University of Rochester
(November 12, 2013)
Depression Therapy Effective for Poor, Minority Moms
(November 8, 2013)
Nurturing Inquiry Exhibit Explores the Journey of Research
(November 7, 2013)
Aaron Hughes Presents Inaugural Lecture as Bernstein Professor of Jewish Studies
(November 6, 2013)
Rochester Polish Film Festival Opens On November 6
(November 4, 2013)
'Seeing' in the Dark
(October 31, 2013)
EVENT: Aaron Hughes Gives Inaugural Lecture as Bernstein Professor of Jewish Studies
(October 24, 2013)
Neilly Series Features Johanna Skibsrud On Writing & Inspiration
(October 24, 2013)
Study Finds New Testing for Common Core State Standards Impacts Classroom Practices for Middle School Math Teachers
(October 21, 2013)
2013 Polish Film Festival: A Focus on Real World Events
(October 15, 2013)
Finalists Selected for Campus Sculpture
(October 9, 2013)
Writer, Social Activist Ngugi Wa Thiong'o on 'Language as Battlefield'
(October 8, 2013)
Baroque Chamber Orchestra Performs on Original 18th-Century Instruments
(October 7, 2013)
EVENT: Untraditional 'Cinderella' Premieres at Todd Theatre
(October 3, 2013)
Beth Bailey Chronicles the Changing Role of Servicewomen During Conference on Women in the Military
(October 2, 2013)
President Adds $100,000 of Support to the Humanities
(September 25, 2013)
Legacy of Slavery Still Fuels Anti-Black Attitudes in the Deep South
(September 18, 2013)
Renowned Artist William Kentridge to Visit Rochester as 2013 Distinguished Visitor in the Humanities
(September 13, 2013)
"Deaf Ethnicity: For and Against"
(September 11, 2013)
Talk Celebrates the Exploits of Polish General Józef Zachariasz Bem
(September 9, 2013)
University of Rochester Renews Rochester Promise Scholarship Program
(September 3, 2013)
Conference Explores Possibilities and Pitfalls of Digital Technology
(August 22, 2013)
Local Youth Use Summer Camp to Hone Writing Skills
(August 6, 2013)
EVENT: Moms Graduate from the Building Healthy Children Program
(July 30, 2013)
Summer Science Camp Offers Real-World Experiences for Students and Future Teachers
(July 29, 2013)
New Study Explores Middle School Math Teachers' Perceptions of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics
(July 24, 2013)
Local Efforts Support At-Risk Male Students in the Rochester Community
(July 22, 2013)
EVENT: University of Rochester Participates in Second Annual Rochester Fringe Festival
(July 17, 2013)
University of Rochester Seeks Proposals for Campus Gateway Sculpture
(July 11, 2013)
Psychologist Sheree Toth Honored with Career Achievement Award for Work on Child Abuse
(July 5, 2013)
Cracking Suffrage History
(June 25, 2013)
Summer Enrichment Program Aims to Beat the 'Summer Brain Drain'
(June 21, 2013)
More than 500 Psychologists Explore Human Motivation During International Conference in Rochester, June 27 to 30
(June 14, 2013)
Student Filmmakers Recognized at 8th Annual Gollin Film Festival
(May 15, 2013)
Krasznahorkai and Stănescu Win 2013 Best Translated Book Awards
(May 7, 2013)
University Trustee Endows Distinguished Professorship in English and Commits Further Support for Student Scholarships
(April 22, 2013)
The University of Rochester's International Theatre Program PresentsTennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie
(April 19, 2013)
EVENT: Documentary Screening Marks 70th Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
(April 12, 2013)
2013 Best Translated Book Award Finalists Announced
(April 11, 2013)
Reframing Stress: Stage Fright Can Be Your Friend
(April 8, 2013)
Charles and Dale Phelps Endow Professorship in Public Health and Policy
(April 4, 2013)
EVENT: Concert Celebrates Polish Composer Krzysztof Penderecki
(April 2, 2013)
University of Rochester Receives Rare Book from the First Unitarian Church of Rochester
(April 1, 2013)
Anthony Giardina Discusses Research Challenges in Civil War Historical Fiction
(March 15, 2013)
'Mean Girls' Be Warned: Ostracism Cuts Both Ways
(March 5, 2013)
Cognitive Scientist Jessica Cantlon Named 2013 Sloan Research Fellow
(February 26, 2013)
Home Drone: A Public Art 'Intervention' By Two Rochester Artists
(February 20, 2013)
PHOTO OPPORTUNITY: Celebrating Susan B. Anthony's Birthday
(February 13, 2013)
Grant to Provide Treatment for Children Exposed to Trauma
(February 8, 2013)
Celebrating the Arts at the University of Rochester
(February 8, 2013)
Events Explore the Life and Legacy of Susan B. Anthony
(February 6, 2013)
Men Are from Mars Earth, Women Are from Venus Earth
(February 1, 2013)
Alice IN the Looking Glass Exhibit Opens at the University of Rochester
(February 1, 2013)
International Theatre Premieres Complex Love Story by Local Playwright
(January 31, 2013)
EVENT: Hip-Hop Dance Troupe Takes Center Stage at inspireDANCE Festival
(January 29, 2013)
2013 Susan B. Anthony Legacy Dinner Honors Sue Stewart with Lifetime Achievement Award
(January 28, 2013)
Artists Create Mobile App to Explore Wilderness in Urban Spaces
(January 23, 2013)
A Presidential Voice: New Exhibit on the History of Presidential Speechwriting
(January 14, 2013)
EVENT: The Institute for Popular Music at the University of Rochester Presents Popular Music Lecture Series
(January 14, 2013)
Kenneth Gross Receives Award for Dramatic Criticism
(December 18, 2012)
University of Rochester Creates Institute for Popular Music
(December 17, 2012)
Open Letter Receives NEA Grant to Support Translation Projects
(December 4, 2012)
New Images Added to Largest Collection of AIDS Education Posters Online Exhibit for World AIDS Day
(November 27, 2012)
Poet Jennifer Grotz Receives Lillian Fairchild Award
(November 7, 2012)
Rochester Polish Film Festival Features Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, and More, Nov. 14-19
(November 2, 2012)
Health Care History Through Humor
(October 22, 2012)
Celebrate International Home Movie Day Saturday, Oct. 20
(October 19, 2012)
EVENT: Halloween "Spooktacular" Brass Concert at the University of Rochester
(October 16, 2012)
Empty Closet Archive Chronicles Four Decades of Gay Rights
(October 10, 2012)
Does "Obamacare" Go Too Far - Or Not Far Enough?
(October 8, 2012)
Italian Actor Mario Pirovano to Debut Play for American Audience
(October 8, 2012)
Ubu Roi Establishes a Reign of Comic Terror at Todd Theatre
(October 5, 2012)
Visual Cultural Studies Graduate Students Travel Globe Through Summer Fellowships
(October 3, 2012)
Rochester Hosts International Conference for Literary Translators
(October 2, 2012)
Amy Waldman Wins Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize for Fiction
(September 28, 2012)
Online Archive Provides a Window on Abolition, Women's Rights, other Progressive 19th Century Movements
(September 12, 2012)
Catherine Cerulli Appointed Director of Susan B. Anthony Center for Women's Leadership at the University of Rochester
(September 7, 2012)
$2.2 Million NSF Grant Helps Enhance Middle School Math Instruction
(August 28, 2012)
University of Rochester Professor Wins Latin American Studies Association Book Award
(August 22, 2012)
Richard Ryan Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award by the International Network on Personal Meaning
(August 15, 2012)
University of Rochester Offers New Program in Applied Behavior Analysis
(July 19, 2012)
Local Teachers Learn Writing Strategies at Summer Institute
(July 9, 2012)
Construction to Begin on Ronald Rettner Hall for Media Arts and Innovation
(July 9, 2012)
Talented Young Pianists from Around the Globe Compete at Eastman School for Cash Prizes, Scholarships
(July 5, 2012)
Carillon Concerts Feature Performers from Belgium, the Netherlands, and Great Britain
(June 29, 2012)
Psychologist Harry Reis Honored with the 2012 Distinguished Career Award from the International Association for Relationship Research
(June 15, 2012)
Anthony Center and Wegmans LPGA Championship Host Conversation with Champions Event
(June 1, 2012)
The Goldilocks Effect: Babies Learn from Experiences That Are Not Too Simple, Not Too Complex, but 'Just Right'
(May 23, 2012)
Campaign Contributions Influence Public Policy, Finds Study of 50 State Legislatures
(May 22, 2012)
U.S. Department of Education Awards $1.95 Million to Warner School of Education
(May 21, 2012)
Randall Curren Awarded Fellowship to Institute for Advanced Study
(May 16, 2012)
2012 Best Translated Book Award Winners Announced
(May 7, 2012)
University of Rochester Announces New Undergraduate Major in Digital Media Studies
(May 4, 2012)
Warner School, Rochester City School District Partner for Urban School Leadership Program
(April 23, 2012)
2012 Best Translated Book Award Finalists: Fiction and Poetry
(April 11, 2012)
New Youth Writing Camp Open to Local Students
(April 9, 2012)
EVENT: U.S. Poet Laureate Philip Levine Gives Reading at University of Rochester
(April 6, 2012)
Is Some Homophobia Self-phobia?
(April 5, 2012)
Andrew Scull Discusses 'A Psychiatric Revolution'
(April 3, 2012)
EVENT: Alternative Film Series Explores Issues of Community
(March 23, 2012)
Dignity for All Students: Expert Offers Tips for Preventing Bullying
(March 21, 2012)
Ani and Mark Gabrellian Endow Professorship and Undergraduate Research Grant
(March 20, 2012)
EVENT: Rochester Community Celebrates Day of Brass at University of Rochester
(March 20, 2012)
EVENT: A Modern Musical: Adding Machine Adds Up
(March 16, 2012)
New Book Aims to Improve Student Achievement in Mathematics
(March 5, 2012)
Three Percent Announces Fiction Longlist for the Fifth Annual Best Translated Book Awards
(February 29, 2012)
Springing to Life
(February 28, 2012)
Professor Emerita of History Lynn D. Gordon Dies at 65
(February 16, 2012)
PHOTO OPPORTUNITY: Celebrating Susan B. Anthony's 192nd Birthday
(February 14, 2012)
Rock, Pop Historian John Covach on the Death of Whitney Houston
(February 13, 2012)
Warner Helps Establish Counseling Profession in Bhutan
(February 10, 2012)
One of World's 'Most Powerful Thinkers' to Give Talk, Meet with Students
(February 10, 2012)
Focus on Education in the Developing World: Warner Professor Heads Education Sector of the Millennium Villages Project
(February 8, 2012)
Taking New Common Core Math Standards to the Classroom: Warner Center Helps K-12 Schools Take on New National Standards
(February 6, 2012)
Cupid's Arrow Turns Digital
(February 6, 2012)
2012 Susan B. Anthony Legacy Dinner Honors Nora Bredes with Lifetime Achievement Award
(February 3, 2012)
Karaoke Culture, from Open Letter Books, Named Finalist for National Book Critics Circle Award
(January 24, 2012)
EVENT: Rooftop Fundraiser for Child Abuse Prevention
(January 24, 2012)
Warner School to Show Going on 13 Documentary as Part of Human Development Series
(January 18, 2012)
University of Rochester Scholar Explores Cultural Legacy of Michael Jackson (Japanese Version)
(January 4, 2012)
'Rochester Method' Takes Flight
(December 21, 2011)
Composer Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon Receives Lillian Fairchild Award
(November 29, 2011)
Madness and Sanity Collide on Stage in Rochester's The Colonel Bird
(November 21, 2011)
New Book Shows Environmental Health Belongs in the Classroom
(November 16, 2011)
Linda LeGarde Grover Wins Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize for Fiction
(November 2, 2011)
Frederick Douglass Institute Marks 25 Years with Garth Fagan Dance Demonstration
(October 31, 2011)
University of Rochester Launches Online Exhibit of Largest Collection of AIDS Education Posters
(October 27, 2011)
University of Rochester Launches American Studies Major
(October 27, 2011)
2011 Polish Film Festival Comes of Age
(October 25, 2011)
How Chronic Stress Short-circuits Parenting
(October 5, 2011)
Exploring Barriers to Women's Leadership in the Labor Movement
(October 5, 2011)
Stuffed with Lust, Lies, and Laughs
(October 4, 2011)
Hyam Plutzik, Poet: A Centennial Celebration
(October 3, 2011)
Beyond Words: Kenneth Patchen's Vibrant Designs Fuse Poetry and Image
(September 21, 2011)
Special "Best of Three Percent" E-book to Directly Benefit Translators
(September 16, 2011)
A $750K Boost for Math, Science Teacher Preparation
(September 12, 2011)
Andrew Mellon Foundation Commits $1 Million in Support of Phase II of the Central New York Humanities Corridor
(August 29, 2011)
Is Marriage Good for the Heart?
(August 22, 2011)
$3.6 Million Grant to Help Prevent Depression in Teens
(July 19, 2011)
Fear of the Unknown: Filmmakers from the Tribal Region of Nagaland Debut Work in Rochester
(July 13, 2011)
Teachers Are Not the Only Ones Benefiting from Writing Project Invitational Summer Institute
(July 6, 2011)
Neuroscientists Find Famous Optical Illusion Surprisingly Potent
(June 27, 2011)
Is Coming Out Always A Good Thing?
(June 20, 2011)
Anthony Center and Wegman's LPGA Host "Conversations with Champions" Event
(June 17, 2011)
Open Letter Books Launches New Ebook Series
(June 8, 2011)
Ryan Prendergast Finds Unexpected Resistance in Literature from the Spanish Inquisition
(June 3, 2011)
Rochester Translation Student Chosen for Prestigious Summer Residency Program
(June 2, 2011)
Color Red Increases the Speed and Strength of Reactions
(June 2, 2011)
Graduate Students in Visual and Cultural Studies Garner Awards for Innovative Work
(May 26, 2011)
Rochester Colleges, Schools, and Businesses Raise $6,000 During Child Abuse Prevention Month in April
(May 24, 2011)
School Bullying Prevention is Focus of Annual Summer Institute in Rochester
(May 19, 2011)
Katie Clark, Michael Bell Appointed Interim Co-Deans of Library
(May 16, 2011)
Faculty Comments on the Death of Osama bin Laden
(May 4, 2011)
Kira Thurman Wins Notre Dame Fellowship in Residence
(May 3, 2011)
Attorney Joseph F. Cunningham Endows Professorship in History
(May 2, 2011)
2011 Best Translated Book Award Winners Announced
(May 2, 2011)
Cilas Kemedjio to Lead Frederick Douglass Institute
(April 29, 2011)
Dance Grows as a Field of Academic Study at Rochester
(April 29, 2011)
Psychologist Patrick Davies Earns James McKeen Cattell Fellowship
(April 19, 2011)
Eastman Percussion Ensemble Performs at Kennedy Center
(April 12, 2011)
Polish Poet and Nobel Laureate Czesław Miłosz Remembered
(April 6, 2011)
The Physical Tragic Comedy of Family Secrets
(March 29, 2011)
Fulbright Award Season Begins with Two Rochester Students, One Alumnus Selected
(March 29, 2011)
Fiction and Poetry Finalists Announced for the 2011 Best Translated Book Award
(March 25, 2011)
Susan Gibbons to Lead Yale Libraries
(March 21, 2011)
Behind the Scenes at the International Monetary Fund
(March 21, 2011)
Alumnus Walid Raad Receives 2011 Hasselblad Award in Photography
(March 17, 2011)
Dean Richard Feldman Honored at Conference Dedicated to His Work
(March 9, 2011)
Rogues, Royalty, and the Rapture of Young Love
(March 3, 2011)
Parallax Effects: Representations of Native Americans Then and Now
(February 25, 2011)
Hidden in Plain Sight
(February 21, 2011)
Larger Cities Drive Growing Wage Gap
(February 7, 2011)
Linguistics Professor Explains What Makes Our Favorite Superbowl Ads Funny
(February 4, 2011)
Genesee Valley Writing Project Gears Up for 2011 Summer Institute
(February 3, 2011)
Exceptional Students in Financial Need Scholarship Commitment Is Increased to $25 Million, Representing the University of Rochester's Largest Contribution to Scholarships in Its History
(February 1, 2011)
2011 Best Translated Book Award: Fiction Longlist
(January 27, 2011)
Free Movie Screening, Expert Panel for Schooling the World Aims to Draw Attention to the Effects of Western Education on Indigenous Cultures
(January 12, 2011)
Warhol Scholar Douglas Crimp to Complete Memoir of the Art World and Gay Culture in New York City
(December 28, 2010)
Milen Rouskov and Zdravka Evtimova Win Inaugural Contests for Contemporary Bulgarian Literature
(December 16, 2010)
University of Rochester and George Eastman House Announce Collaborative Alliance
(December 10, 2010)
Historians Chosen for the University of Rochester's Andrew Eiseman Writers Award
(December 3, 2010)
323 Years of Laughter: The Emperor of the Moon
(November 19, 2010)
Study Shows Latino Students Are Falling Behind in City Schools
(November 11, 2010)
Artist and Community Arts Organizer Shawn Dunwoody Receives Lillian Fairchild Award
(November 11, 2010)
Michael Jarvis Wins American Historical Association's Rawley Prize
(November 4, 2010)
Rare Map and Print Collection of Western New York Donated to the University of Rochester
(October 29, 2010)
Film Festival Showcases 'New Wave' of Polish Cinema
(October 25, 2010) to Underwrite Open Letter's Best Translated Book Awards
(October 21, 2010)
Pioneering Economist Lionel McKenzie dies at 91
(October 13, 2010)
EVENT: Pianist Ignacy Jan Paderewski Celebrated through Music and Words
(September 28, 2010)
Cynthia Carlton Earns Library's 2010 Messinger Award
(September 23, 2010)
Renowned Artists Mark 5th Anniversary of Rare Italian Baroque Organ
(September 20, 2010)
Eastman School Concert Immerses Listeners in 'The Gift of Music'
(September 16, 2010)
Monthly Recitals by Eastman Performers Return at Historic Church
(September 13, 2010)
NEH Grant Helps Blake Scholars Reshape Their Field
(September 13, 2010)
Open Letter Announces Fall Events for Reading the World Conversation Series
(August 25, 2010)
Rochester Team Awarded $3 Million to Develop Wireless EKG and Voice Monitors for Psychology Research
(August 17, 2010)
$3.1 Million Grant to Understand Effects of Parental Conflict on Children
(August 11, 2010)
Women Attracted to Men in Red, Research Shows
(August 2, 2010)
Behavior Problems in School Linked to Two Types of Families
(July 20, 2010)
What Drives Us?
(June 30, 2010)
University of Rochester Exhibition Launches Rochester Celebration of Artist Claude Bragdon
(June 25, 2010)
Spending Time in Nature Makes People Feel More Alive, Study Shows
(June 3, 2010)
Seven Rochester Graduates Awarded Fulbright Scholarships
(May 20, 2010)
Professor Emeritus of English Cyrus Hoy Dies at 84
(May 4, 2010)
Sign Language Study Shows Multiple Brain Regions Wired for Language
(April 29, 2010)
Online Atlas Planned for Endangered Native Languages
(April 21, 2010)
University of Rochester Awards Frederick Douglass Medal to Leading Historian of Race and Gender
(April 14, 2010)
Mt. Hope Family Center Supports Efforts to Build Healthy Families During National Child Abuse Prevention Month
(April 8, 2010)
Survey Shows Small Strides for Women in New York State's Local Governments
(March 26, 2010)
University of Rochester's Eiseman Awards Seek Local Writers
(March 18, 2010)
Israeli Novel and Russian Poetry Collection Win Three Percent's 2010 Best Translated Book Awards
(March 11, 2010)
Higher Education Expert to Speak as Warner School's Spring Scandling Lecturer
(March 3, 2010)
Virtual Work Space for Academics Promises Greater Access to Research
(February 25, 2010)
Stiff Party Competition, Modest Salaries Good for State Government, Study Shows
(February 17, 2010)
Fiction and Poetry Finalists Announced for the 2010 Best Translated Book Awards
(February 17, 2010)
Original Jazz CD Celebrates Frederick Douglass
(February 15, 2010)
No Break for Some Rochester City School Teachers this Winter
(February 12, 2010)
EVENT: 200th Anniversary of Chopin's Birth Celebrated in Music and Letters
(February 10, 2010)
Pulitzer Prize Winner Shulamit Ran Is Howard Hanson Visiting Professor of Composition
(February 2, 2010)
Professor of Economics Alan Stockman Dies
(January 15, 2010)
'Weekend Effect' Makes People Happier Regardless of Their Job, Study Says video icon
(January 12, 2010)
Genesee Valley Writing Project Sets 2010 Summer Institute Deadline for March 1
(January 11, 2010)
Mt. Hope Family Center Awarded $1.2 Million As Part of Child Trauma Network
(November 25, 2009)
EVENT: Playing with Guillotines: Revolutionary Spirit Comes to a Head in International Theatre Program's Latest Production
(November 24, 2009)
Polish Film Festival Opens Nov. 13 with Panel on 'New Trends in Polish Cinema and the American Connection'
(November 13, 2009)
Joel Seligman and Kelly Reed Launch Mt. Hope Family Center's 30th Anniversary Symposium
(November 11, 2009)
Librarian Ann Marshall Earns 2009 Messinger Award
(November 10, 2009)
Restoring Hope for 30 Years
(November 10, 2009)
Open Letter Books Receives Grant from
(November 9, 2009)
EVENT: Students Unleashed
(November 9, 2009)
Local Authors Chosen for the University of Rochester's Andrew Eiseman Writers Award
(November 4, 2009)
Baby Einstein Controversy: Warner Professor Offers Healthy Language Learning Alternatives for Young Children
(November 4, 2009)
Graduate Students Get a Room of Their Own
(October 23, 2009)
Awista Ayub, author and founder of the Afghan Youth Sports Exchange, available for interviews Nov. 11 to 13
(October 23, 2009)
EVENT: Festival Offers Rare Chance to See Polish Films, Meet Artists
(October 21, 2009)
EVENT: Bill Evans Dance Perforrmance Takes Center Stage at UR Tonight
(October 16, 2009)
EVENT: Best-Selling Author in Mexico to Read and Discuss Literature at the University of Rochester (Spanish Version)
(October 16, 2009)
EVENT: Motherhood and Management?
(October 8, 2009)
EVENT: 2009-2010 Plutzik Reading Series Opens with Four University Authors
(October 6, 2009)
EVENT: Magic, Love, Swordplay, and Betrayal: The Illusion Comes to Life on Stage
(October 1, 2009)
Nature Makes Us More Caring, Study Says
(September 30, 2009)
Author Anne Panning Receives Fairchild Award
(September 29, 2009)
EVENT: University of Rochester Students Host Experts' Panel on Health Care Reform
(September 24, 2009)
EVENT: Conference Examines the History and Future of Visual Culture Studies
(September 24, 2009)
EVENT: Even the Sheriff of Nottingham Can't Stop Robin Hood from Reappearing
(September 22, 2009)
Eastman Musicologist Roger Freitas Examines 17th-Century Music through the Life of a Castrato
(July 10, 2009)
When Health Goes, Doctor-Patient Relationship Should Grow
(July 8, 2009)
Rochester's Civil Rights Struggle Preserved On New University of Rochester Web Site
(July 1, 2009)
$2.25 Million Grant to Help Unravel the Effects of Early Child Abuse
(June 26, 2009)
Rock, Pop Historian John Covach Assesses Michael Jackson
(June 25, 2009)
'Hot Blues for the Homeless' Concert: A Tribute to 'Son' House
(May 15, 2009)
Achieving Fame, Wealth, and Beauty are Psychological Dead Ends, Study Says
(May 14, 2009)
Gollin Film Festival Prize Winners Announced
(May 7, 2009)
Economist Ronald Jones Elected a Distinguished Fellow of the American Economic Association
(May 1, 2009)
William Thomson Named to Milliman Chair in Economics
(April 17, 2009)
Between History and Narrative: A Colloquium to Honor Hayden White
(April 16, 2009)
University of Rochester's Reading the World Conversation Series Presents Jan Kjaerstad and Mark Binelli
(April 14, 2009)
The Hairy Dutchman is Center Court for World Premiere
(April 6, 2009)
Eastman School of Music Students Write New Scores for Silent Films
(April 1, 2009)
EVENT: Ruby Slipper Gala
(March 24, 2009)
Warner School Offers New Educational Policy Master's Program
(March 19, 2009)
Pollster John Zogby to Talk About Obama's First 100 Days in Office
(March 16, 2009)
Joan Rubin Appointed to New York Council for the Humanities Board
(March 5, 2009)
Legal Scholar Arthur R. Miller Endows Professorship in History
(March 2, 2009)
EVENT: Talk by Harvard scholar John Stauffer on Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln
(February 26, 2009)
International Theatre Program Presents 'Curse of the Starving Class'
(February 19, 2009)
EVENT: Yale Political Scientist Discusses Obama Presidency's Effect on Identity Politics in Inaugural 'Two Icons Lecture'
(February 19, 2009)
EVENT: '2009 Best Translated Book Awards' to be Announced on Feb. 19
(February 13, 2009)
Eastman Hosts Regional, Final Rounds of Annual Lotte Lenya Competition
(February 12, 2009)
Alumnus Anthony Dean Griffey Earns Two Grammys
(February 9, 2009)
Dramatic New Diary Entries Added Online In Honor of Lincoln's 200th Birthday
(February 9, 2009)
Renowned Soprano Tony Arnold is In Residence at Eastman School of Music
(February 6, 2009)
First Niagara Opens Doors to Music Education for Under-Served Youth
(January 14, 2009)
Challenges of Shifting Music World Tackled by Nation's Music Schools
(January 5, 2009)
Two Cultures. One Passion.
(December 15, 2008)
The Process Is the Thing
(November 24, 2008)
International Theatre Program Presents You Can't Take It With You
(October 2, 2008)
16-Year-Old Virtuoso from Canada Takes Top Prize In Eastman Young Artists International Piano Competition
(August 9, 2008)
University Press to Garner International Exposure
(August 4, 2008)
Why New Political Parties Sizzle or Fizzle
(August 4, 2008)
Warner School Receives NYSED Teacher Opportunity Corps Funding to Support Urban Teaching and Leadership Program
(July 23, 2008)
EVENT: Relax on Quad, Listen to Melodies from the University's Tower Bells
(June 12, 2008)
Golisano Foundation and UR Launch New Institute for Innovative Transition
(June 5, 2008)
Honey Meconi Awarded NEH Grant to Study 'Early iPods'
(June 2, 2008)
'Hot Blues for the Homeless' Benefit Concert: A Tribute to Son House
(June 2, 2008)
International LPGA Champions Discuss Life on World Tour
(May 29, 2008)
New International Relations Major Offers Grounding in World Politics
(May 21, 2008)
Eastman Musicians in Spotlight to Help Promote Tourism in New York State
(May 5, 2008)
Third Annual Gollin Film Festival Showcases Student Work
(April 30, 2008)
Households with Kids with Autism Likely to Earn Less
(April 2, 2008)
University of Rochester Graduate Takes Rush-Henrietta Students to CERN in Switzerland to Unravel Secrets of the Universe
(March 24, 2008)
Author Explains How Women in the Church of God in Christ Created Social Change through Spirituality in the Early 20th Century
(March 7, 2008)
Empowerment Through Spirit: How a Group of Black Church Women Paved the Way to Change
(March 3, 2008)
University of Rochester Conference Examines Effects of a Globalizing World
(February 22, 2008)
Ralph Locke Celebrates 50th Book in Music Series
(February 18, 2008)
Library to Share Abraham Lincoln Documents Online
(February 15, 2008)
Eastman Studies in Music Series Celebrates Landmark Volume
(February 14, 2008)
EVENT: Hello Again presented by International Theatre Program
(February 4, 2008)
EVENT: The 2008 Susan B. Anthony Legacy Dinner
(January 28, 2008)
Stokes named director of Chapel, Gandhi Institute
(January 21, 2008)
Susan Gibbons Named Dean of River Campus Libraries
(January 10, 2008)
Mellon Grant to Aid in Archiving Web Sites Useful to Scholars
(January 9, 2008)
Schaefer Named Rush Rhees Professor at the University of Rochester
(December 12, 2007)
EVENT: Library Exhibits Works of Abstractionist Herbert Gentry
(December 11, 2007)
Rothenberg Named to New Corrigan-Minehan Professorship at the University of Rochester
(December 7, 2007)
Rejuvenated Teachers Bring Summer Institute Writing Skills Back to the Classrooms
(November 28, 2007)
EVENT: Andrew Young to Speak at the University of Rochester
(November 27, 2007)
EVENT: Combined Choral Concert
(November 16, 2007)
EVENT: Symphony Orchestra Concert
(November 16, 2007)
EVENT: Wind Symphony Concert
(November 16, 2007)
Political Scientist Named Director of University's Polish Studies Center
(November 15, 2007)
Stokes Named Director of Interfaith Chapel and M.K. Gandhi Institute
(November 13, 2007)
Rochester Professor Wins National Political Science Book Award
(November 8, 2007)
Professor of Philosophy and Computer Science Henry E. Kyburg Dies
(November 7, 2007)
EVENT: Talk on the representation of black women in relation to HIV/AIDS
(November 5, 2007)
EVENT: Screening of the film Macumba, Trance, and Spirit Healing
(November 2, 2007)
Acclaimed Novelist Maryse Condé Speaks on Distortion of Memory
(November 2, 2007)
EVENT: How the Book Business Impacts the Literature of the Americas
(October 31, 2007)
EVENT: Diversity Forum: What does "diversity" mean?
(October 31, 2007)
EVENT: Lecture by Debra Castillo titled "American (Visa) Dreams"
(October 30, 2007)
EVENT: Plutzik Reading Series hosts novelist Anthony Giardina
(October 30, 2007)
EVENT: Filmmaker Theresa Thanjan screens Whose Children Are These?
(October 29, 2007)
EVENT: Lecture on "Robert Rauschenberg, Sexuality, and the Utility of Things"
(October 26, 2007)
EVENT: Conference Honoring University Political Scientist Richard G. Niemi
(October 25, 2007)
EVENT: Festival Screens a Variety of Important Polish Films
(October 24, 2007)
Professor Wins International Book Award
(October 23, 2007)
EVENT: "Sights, Sites, and Cites," a solo exhibition of photographs by David Bleich
(October 22, 2007)
Nell Freudenberger Awarded Annual Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize
(October 17, 2007)
EVENT: 2007 Morgan Lectures Examine Muslim-Hindu Relations in Delhi
(October 17, 2007)
EVENT: Plutzik Series reading by poet Tom Sleigh
(October 15, 2007)
EVENT: Scholar Explains the Religious Aspects of Oprah
(October 12, 2007)
EVENT: Lecture on economic development movement of Newark, N.J., 1966-1980
(October 11, 2007)
Lectures and Exhibit Examine What Material Goods Say About Society
(October 11, 2007)
EVENT: University of Rochester's International Theatre Program Presents Rochester Premiere 365 Days/365 Plays
(October 9, 2007)
English Professor Wins 2006 Andrew Eiseman Writers Award
(October 9, 2007)
EVENT: Reading by novelist and short story writer David Leavitt
(October 9, 2007)
EVENT: Screening of Our Brand is Crisis, a documentary on campaign strategies
(October 5, 2007)
EVENT: Food and film screening of The Milagro Beanfield War
(October 2, 2007)
EVENT: Lecture by Allen Callahan on African Americans and the Bible
(October 2, 2007)
EVENT: Ford Lecture by Joseph Loewenstein on "accessories" of the Renaissance
(October 2, 2007)
EVENT: "Notes from the Underground," a solo exhibition by artist Nicola Mann
(September 26, 2007)
University Events Explore the Cultural Context of Pipe-organs
(September 26, 2007)
EVENT: Showing of Chisholm '72: Unbought & Unbossed (2004) on Shirley Chisholm's campaign for president
(September 24, 2007)
EVENT: Talk by anthropologist Deidre Helen Crumbley on "Ritual, Power, and the Female Body in African Independent Churches."
(September 20, 2007)
EVENT: Lecture by Curt Smith on George W. Bush's Presidency and the 2008 Election
(September 20, 2007)
EVENT: Journalist, author Craig Wolff discusses his innovative approach to biography

(September 20, 2007)
EVENT: Lecture by Jeffrey Jerome Cohen on medieval English culture
(September 19, 2007)
EVENT: Lecture by Hans Davidsson and Joel Speerstra on "The Organ: Its History, Culture, and Technology"
(September 18, 2007)
EVENT: A lecture by Daniel Schwarz, "Measuring the Candidates and Weighing the Issues: The Times Influence on the Present and the Past"
(September 18, 2007)
EVENT: Talk by author, scholar Edward J. Blum on race and religion
(September 14, 2007)
EVENT: Public Invited to Explore Presidential Campaign and Media Interactions With Speakers and Films Series
(September 14, 2007)
EVENT: University Programs Explore Humanities With Interdisciplinary Works
(September 10, 2007)
EVENT: "twelve days in august," an exhibit by artist Elizabeth Switzer
(September 5, 2007)
University of Rochester Ensembles Welcome Public Participation
(August 10, 2007)
EVENT: Final concert in Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital series
(July 19, 2007)
Construction Underway on Unique New Organ In 18th-Century Style
(July 16, 2007)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital features Tin-Shi Tam
(July 13, 2007)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital continues
(July 5, 2007)
Genesee Valley Writing Project's Summer Institute Kicks Off July 9
(July 5, 2007)
New Post for the Humanities Created at University of Rochester
(June 26, 2007)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series begins
(June 22, 2007)
EVENT: LPGA Stars Talk About their Heroes and Women in Sports
(June 11, 2007)
Midsummer Night Carillon Concerts Echo on the Eastman Quad
(June 8, 2007)
Choice is a Key Element in Success for Smokers Who Want to Quit
(May 22, 2007)
Want to Improve Your Relationship? Do the Dishes Because You Really Want To
(May 22, 2007)
Conductor, Composer Douglas Lowry Named Dean of Eastman School of Music
(May 21, 2007)
Glass Sculptor Michael Rogers Honored with Fairchild Award
(May 18, 2007)
University of Rochester Doctoral Candidate Earns Fulbright Scholarship and NSF-CESRI Summer Fellowship
(May 16, 2007)
Gollin Film Festival Showcases Student Works
(April 25, 2007) Celebrates Its First Year of Service and Introduces "Polyphonic Backstage"
(April 24, 2007)
Stage is Set for Unique Final Exam
(April 23, 2007)
EVENT: Organ recital and presentation about Casparini organ project
(April 20, 2007)
EVENT: Talk by psychologist Tim Kasser on materialistic values
(April 19, 2007)
Poetry Broadsides Displayed at the University of Rochester Library
(April 19, 2007)
EVENT: Lecture on what Roman construction methods reflect about Roman society
(April 18, 2007)
Book Explores How Readers Encountered Poetry as a Lived Experience
(April 13, 2007)
EVENT: University of Rochester Wind Symphony concert
(April 12, 2007)
EVENT: Concert of highlights from the Women in Music Festival
(April 12, 2007)
Conference Examines Effects of Religion's Public Profile in the World
(April 12, 2007)
Lani Guinier, Gerald Torres Lectures Postponed
(April 12, 2007)
EVENT: Middle East scholar discusses 'Islamic Politics and the American Impact in the Middle East'
(April 12, 2007)
Eastman to Host Finals of 2007 Lotte Lenya Competition for Singers
(April 11, 2007)
EVENT: University of Rochester Glee Clubs Concert
(April 10, 2007)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra Concert
(April 10, 2007)
EVENT: Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender and Women's Studies Undergraduate Research Conference
(April 9, 2007)
EVENT: Scholar Richard Pells discusses America's impact on global culture
(April 9, 2007)
EVENT: Concert by pianist Filip Blachnio
(April 9, 2007)
James Longenbach, Poet and Professor, Gives Reading of New Work
(April 9, 2007)
EVENT: Concert by University of Rochester Chamber Ensembles
(April 6, 2007)
Colin Powell Headlines This Fall's Meliora Weekend Oct. 20
(April 5, 2007)
EVENT: 'Marcus Garvey, the Universal Negro Improvement Association, and the Hidden Political History of African Americans'
(April 5, 2007)
EVENT: Author Lynn Freed talks about her writing
(April 5, 2007)
EVENT: The Catholic Newman Community of Eastman hosts its third annual fundraising concert, Concert at the Cathedral
(April 5, 2007)
Gollin Film Festival Seeks Submissions
(April 3, 2007)
Senior Studio Arts Majors Present Their Exhibitions
(March 29, 2007)
Book on Complexity of Mexican Cultural Modernity Cited by Publishers' Group
(March 29, 2007)
EVENT: Concert by the University of Rochester Jazz Ensemble
(March 29, 2007)
Lani Guinier, Gerald Torres Speak on Race, Social Change
(March 29, 2007)
Anniversary of Anti-War Sermon by Martin Luther King Jr. is Commemorated
(March 27, 2007)
'Quadruple: Art in 4s' Student Art Exhibition
(March 26, 2007)
Eastman's Annual 'Music for All' Program Brings Classical Music to Children and Adults Throughout Greater Rochester
(March 23, 2007)
University of Rochester Actors Tackle Shakespeare's 400-year-old Tragedy
(March 23, 2007)
Jewish, Arab-American Artists' Group Featured at Hartnett Gallery
(March 21, 2007)
Symposium Explores Issues of Women, Entrepreneurship in Hip-Hop
(March 21, 2007)
EVENT: Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender and Women's Studies Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference
(March 20, 2007)
EVENT: Skalny Lecture on the symbolism of Kraków and Pope John Paul II
(March 20, 2007)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Singers Concert
(March 19, 2007)
EVENT: Lecture on Soviet and Russian environmental activism
(March 19, 2007)
EVENT: Symposium on 'The Future of the Book'
(March 15, 2007)
The Plutzik Reading Series Features Margaret Atwood
(March 12, 2007)
Hasu Patel, Prominent Sitar Player, To Perform at University
(March 12, 2007)
EVENT: 'Sol y Sombras,' flamenco dance and music performance
(March 9, 2007)
EVENT: Talk on new models for success in work and life by author Laura Nash
(March 9, 2007)
EVENT: Medieval Society Talk on Chaucer's Treatise on the Astrolabe
(March 9, 2007)
University Orchestra Performs at Historic Opera House
(March 7, 2007)
EVENT: Tea Talk about famed 19th-century New Yorker William Henry Seward
(March 2, 2007)
Unique Literary, Musical Events Mark Author's Appearance in Rochester
(February 28, 2007)
Research on the Color Red Shows Definite Impact on Achievement
(February 28, 2007)
Poet Susan Howe Featured in Plutzik Reading Series
(February 27, 2007)
EVENT: Joint concert by the University of Rochester Wind Symphony and Jazz Ensemble
(February 16, 2007)
Will New York Follow Other States' Leads with Health Insurance Changes?
(February 15, 2007)
EVENT: 'Memento Mori,' an exhibition on death imagery from Kitty Hubbard
(February 12, 2007)
EVENT: Legal expert, NPR commentator talks about loss of nation's freedoms since September 11
(February 9, 2007)
EVENT: Skalny Luncheon Seminar on the Polish identity of writer Joseph Conrad
(February 8, 2007)
Curt Smith Named Political Coordinator of Museum of Broadcast Communications
(February 8, 2007)
EVENT: Tea Talk on using art to develop skills of observation
(February 6, 2007)
Noted Author Percival Everett Gives Reading for Plutzik Series
(February 5, 2007)
EVENT: Artist's talk with Carrie Mae Weems and writer Cheryl Kaplan, followed by reception
(February 2, 2007)
EVENT: Talk on presidential politics by author John Harris
(February 1, 2007)
EVENT: Program by Ika Hügel-Marshall, author of Invisible Woman: Growing Up Black in Germany
(January 31, 2007)
EVENT: Concert by the University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra
(January 31, 2007)
EVENT: "The Story of Hildegard" concert
(January 30, 2007)
EVENT: Exhibition of new photography by artist and art historian Carl Chiarenza
(January 30, 2007)
EVENT: Concert by the University of Rochester Percussion Ensemble
(January 26, 2007)
University of Rochester Alumnae Take Stage with Solo Performances
(January 26, 2007)
EVENT: Concert by the University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra
(January 25, 2007)
Carrie Mae Weems Holds Exhibition at Hartnett Gallery
(January 24, 2007)
EVENT: Talk on torture in Jewish law and American military detention
(January 24, 2007)
President Extends, Boosts Support for University Humanities Fund
(January 19, 2007)
Undergraduate Art Explores Gender, Identity Issues
(January 17, 2007)
Victims Write Moving Words of Forgiveness in Exhibit on Reconciliation
(January 11, 2007)
EVENT: Retrospective exhibit of Charlie Arnold's photographs extended until Feb. 6.
(January 3, 2007)
Eastman Receives Grant from New York State Music Fund for Annual Women in Music Festival
(January 2, 2007)
Graduate Students Hone Leadership Skills, Engage in Organizational Process of Higher Education Through Wiki Technology
(December 28, 2006)
A Reason Why Video Games Are Hard to Give Up
(December 26, 2006)
Professors Honored with Prestigious Musicology Awards
(December 19, 2006)
Report Promotes New Ways to Consider Tenure in English, Foreign Languages
(December 11, 2006)
Deadline Extended for Book, Play Entries for Writing Award
(November 22, 2006)
EVENT: Recital by award-winning Eastman School of Music pianist
(November 21, 2006)
Reinvented Myth Explores the Complexities of Love and Memory
(November 20, 2006)
How Parents Engage in Conflict Affects Kids in Unexpected Ways
(November 20, 2006)
Noted Scholar on Sexuality, Human Rights Speaks Dec. 1
(November 17, 2006)
EVENT: Fall concert by the University of Rochester Jazz Ensemble
(November 16, 2006)
EVENT: A reproduction of The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour
(November 16, 2006)
Dalkey Archive Press Unable to Move to University of Rochester
(November 13, 2006)
EVENT: 'Preventive War, Morality, and Law,' a lecture by Jeff McMahan of Rutgers University
(November 13, 2006)
Polish Film Festival Delves into the Personal Side of Life
(November 8, 2006)
EVENT: Roundtable discussion on "The Archive in the Digital Age"
(November 7, 2006)
EVENT: Tea Talk with Patrick Loughney on "The Archeology of American Cinema"
(November 6, 2006)
Local Governments Earn Low Marks for Women's Representation
(November 3, 2006)
Undergraduate Student Art Wanted for Juried Show
(November 2, 2006)
EVENT: Screening of Dancing on the Edge about gender roles in Mozambique
(November 2, 2006)
Discussion of Innovative Approaches to Teaching English Opens Urban Education Series Sponsored by Warner School
(November 2, 2006)
EVENT: "Message Fracture," an exhibit of paintings on Rochester's linguistic style
(November 1, 2006)
EVENT: "Surfaces," an exhibit of abstract paintings by artist John Greene
(October 31, 2006)
EVENT: Film screening of The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada as part of "Law and the 'War on Terror'" series
(October 26, 2006)
Author's Family Story Reflects Recent Church History
(October 23, 2006)
Investiture Ceremony Celebrates New Dean of the College Faculty
(October 23, 2006)
EVENT: A reading by poet Dan Chiasson as part of The Plutzik Reading Series
(October 23, 2006)
Waltzing the Night Away Benefits Music Ensembles
(October 23, 2006)
EVENT: "France on Fire: Ten Years of Hip Hop," talk by Fairmont State University assistant professor and University of Rochester alumna Erin Hippolyte
(October 20, 2006)
Butoh Choreographer Presents Program, Workshop at University
(October 19, 2006)
EVENT: Western New York Intercollegiate Choir Festival
(October 19, 2006)
EVENT: Reading and book signing by Jill Ciment, recipient of the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize
(October 13, 2006)
EVENT: Filmmaker to Screen Documentary on Mexican Border, Immigration
(October 10, 2006)
EVENT: Filmmaker Participates in Screenings of Avant-Garde Films
(October 10, 2006)
Polish Diplomat, Scholars Discuss America Through Their Eyes
(October 9, 2006)
2006 Morgan Lecturer Examines Experiences of Evangelical Christians
(October 6, 2006)
EVENT: Seminar on racial disparities in political participation
(October 6, 2006)
EVENT: “A Rake's Progress: The Victorian Restoration,” a lecture by Joseph Roach of Yale University
(October 4, 2006)
EVENT: A reading by poet Ralph Black as part of The Plutzik Reading Series
(October 3, 2006)
EVENT: Hurricane Katrina Inspires the Reinvention of a Theatrical Masterpiece
(October 2, 2006)
EVENT: Tea Talk with Michael Lasser on “When Broadway Musicals Went to College”
(September 29, 2006)
EVENT: A screening of Zeze Gamboa's 2005 Portuguese film, O Herói (The Hero)
(September 29, 2006)
Documentary Screening by Producer Highlights 'ASL Renaissance' Celebration
(September 28, 2006)
EVENT: Meliora Weekend Concerts Showcase Professional, Student Talent
(September 28, 2006)
EVENT: "History as an Agent of Environmental Change," a lecture by Morris A. Pierce, University energy manager and adjunct assistant professor of history at the University of Rochester
(September 27, 2006)
EVENT: Science writer Alan Burdick travels the world to find threatened species
(September 27, 2006)
Forum Examines 21st Century Barriers to Women's Equality
(September 25, 2006)
EVENT: Jill Ciment is Winner of Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize for Fiction
(September 22, 2006)
EVENT: Critically Acclaimed German Director's Film Receives U.S. Premičre
(September 20, 2006)
EVENT: Golf and dinner event to benefit Mt. Hope Family Center
(September 20, 2006)
Future of Freedom, Energy Dependence Top Meliora Weekend Program
(September 20, 2006)
EVENT: Gandhi's Grandson To Talk on Terror and Nonviolence
(September 20, 2006)
EVENT: Exhibit Traces Development of Robin Hood as a Popular Hero
(September 19, 2006)
EVENT: Renowned Poet Vijay Seshadri Will Read on Campus
(September 18, 2006)
Eastman Wind Ensemble to Perform New 'Classics'
(September 13, 2006)
Photographs by Charlie Arnold Showcased in New Exhibition
(September 12, 2006)
EVENT: 'She Quietly Considers,' photographic exhibition by Christine Shank
(September 5, 2006)
Brenda Meehan, Noted Professor of Russian History, Dies
(September 5, 2006)
EVENT: 'Russia 2006: New Money, Old Culture,' talk by Russian economist Nikita Maslennikov
(September 1, 2006)
EVENT: 'Location,' an exhibit of paintings and drawings by Michigan artist Brian Elder
(August 31, 2006)
University of Rochester Programs will Highlight the Humanities
(August 30, 2006)
Skalny Center Director Travels to Ukraine on Fulbright Grant
(August 28, 2006)
Public Invited to Audition for Ensembles on River Campus
(August 21, 2006)
University of Rochester's Eiseman Award Seeks Local Writers
(August 18, 2006)
University of Rochester Will Be New Home for Dalkey Archive Press
(August 17, 2006)
18-Year-Old Virtuoso Wins Eastman's Young Artists International Piano Competition
(August 8, 2006)
EVENT: 'Staff Infection 2,' an exhibit by University of Rochester library staff
(August 4, 2006)
EVENT: 34th annual Friends Book Sale at the University of Rochester
(August 4, 2006)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series, featuring Doris Aman
(July 19, 2006)
University of Rochester Launches Humanities Fund
(July 17, 2006)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series, featuring Carlo J. van Ulft
(July 10, 2006)
Eastman School Aura Surrounds This Fall's Bridging Fellows
(July 5, 2006)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series, featuring Charles Dairay of France
(July 3, 2006)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series, featuring Linda Dzuris
(June 27, 2006)
Free Outdoor Concert Series Features Heavenly Sounds of Campus Bells
(June 19, 2006)
Simon School's Plosser to Lead Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
(June 6, 2006)
Composers and Orchestral Musicians—Can They Progress Toward Greater Harmony?
(June 6, 2006)
Eastman Celebrates the Musical Relationship of Dmitri Shostakovich and Mieczyslaw Weinberg
(May 23, 2006)
Joanna Scott Wins English-Speaking Union's Ambassador Book Award
(May 16, 2006)
Student Saxophone Quartet Wins Two Prestigious Competitions
(May 11, 2006)
EVENT: Programs Explore Issues for Deaf Community
(May 3, 2006)
Composer David Liptak Receives Fairchild Award
(May 2, 2006)
EVENT: Internationally Acclaimed Pianist Zora Mihailovich Presents Recital
(May 1, 2006)
Barry Weingast Selected for Riker Prize in Political Science
(April 20, 2006)
Campus Competition Will Recognize Student Filmmaking
(April 17, 2006)
Two Local Writers Win University of Rochester's Eiseman Awards
(April 13, 2006)
EVENT: Wordless Production Speaks Volumes of Human Truths
(April 11, 2006)
EVENT: Talk by psychologist Robert Thayer on the effect of moods on behavior
(April 10, 2006)
EVENT: Neilly Series performance by humorist and storyteller Kevin Kling
(April 7, 2006)
EVENT: Summer institute for teachers and others interested in Catholic education
(April 7, 2006)
University of Rochester Senior Awarded Fulbright Scholarship
(April 7, 2006)
EVENT: Pulitzer Prize-Winning Alumnus to Discuss the Civil War
(April 6, 2006)
EVENT: 'Human Zoos: The Colonial Subject on Display'
(April 6, 2006)
EVENT: Film and talk on Living the Hiplife by Jesse Weaver Shipley of Bard College
(April 6, 2006)
Economic Downturns Stifle Black Activism, New Study Shows
(April 5, 2006)
Jazz Virtuoso Adam Makowicz Sets Rochester Performance for May 12
(April 4, 2006)
EVENT: Susan B. Anthony Institute Presents Undergraduate Research Conference
(March 30, 2006)
EVENT: Concert featuring the University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra and Glee Clubs
(March 29, 2006)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Ensembles concert
(March 29, 2006)
Turning Negatives into Positives: Can Racial Images Be Reclaimed?
(March 29, 2006)
EVENT: Panel discussion on the professional growth of urban educators
(March 29, 2006)
'Brother to Brother' Director Screens Major Work on Gay Black Men
(March 27, 2006)
EVENT: Gilbert Lecture on the global economy in the 21st century
(March 24, 2006)
EVENT: Screening of Landouma Fare, a documentary about the dances of the Landouma people of Guinea
(March 24, 2006)
EVENT: Plutzik Series Features Two Poetry Readings
(March 23, 2006)
Senior Studio Art Majors Present Their Thesis Exhibitions
(March 22, 2006)
Artist Sam Gilliam Talks about his Work at Two Events March 30
(March 21, 2006)
EVENT: Concert Celebrates University Gospel Choir's 30th Anniversary
(March 21, 2006)
EVENT: Tea Talk by psychologist Richard Ryan on why money doesn't buy happiness
(March 21, 2006)
EVENT: McKenzie Lecture by Ariel Rubinstein of Tel Aviv University
(March 20, 2006)
EVENT: Luncheon seminar on Poland's Solidarity movement in the 1990s
(March 20, 2006)
EVENT: Folk Dance Party with Ezher Uremez and the Karamfil Balkan Folk Orchestra
(March 17, 2006)
EVENT: Anthony Historian To Discuss Treatments of the Suffragist's Life Story
(March 17, 2006)
EVENT: Susan B. Anthony Institute Presents 13th Annual Graduate Conference
(March 15, 2006)
EVENT: Literary Couple Will Speak About the Process Behind Their Work
(March 14, 2006)
EVENT: Luncheon lecture by Skalny Center visiting professor on reformer of American Judaism
(March 10, 2006)
A Different Kind of 'Book Art' on Display in Rare Books Library
(March 9, 2006)
Jonathan Kozol Speaks on 'Educational Apartheid' in U.S. Public Schools
(March 9, 2006)
EVENT: Talk on social arrangements between interracial couples in 19th-century America
(March 8, 2006)
EVENT: "Trace," an exhibition of large-scale paintings by Deborah Barlow
(March 6, 2006)
The 'Heroic' Life of Susan B. Anthony Honored in Special Exhibit
(March 6, 2006)
Conference Explores History of Suffragist Called 'Aunt Susan'
(March 6, 2006)
EVENT: Author and historian David Rosner talks on the dangers of industrial pollution
(March 6, 2006)
Undergraduate Students Receive Art Awards
(March 1, 2006)
EVENT: Plutzik Reading Series to feature Brian Evenson
(February 28, 2006)
Mellon Grant Aids Humanities with University of Rochester as Partner
(February 28, 2006)
EVENT: Lecture on aspects of African-American literature by Jennifer Stoever
(February 23, 2006)
EVENT: Lecture titled "Lonely Planet: Medieval Europe Visits Asia and the New World"
(February 23, 2006)
EVENT: "Creativity in the Age of Technology," lecture by renowned composer Libby Larsen
(February 21, 2006)
EVENT: Concert by faculty members of the University of Rochester's Program of Movement and Dance
(February 20, 2006)
EVENT: Stanford University Professor to Discuss Forthcoming Work
(February 20, 2006)
EVENT: Pianist Zora Mihailovich Featured in Performance of Famed Brahms Concerto
(February 20, 2006)
EVENT: Men's Glee Club Celebrates 130 Years with Concert, Guest Alumni
(February 17, 2006)
EVENT: Theatre Program Spotlights Famous Pact with the Devil
(February 15, 2006)
Expert on Multicultural Education Will Lecture at Warner School
(February 15, 2006)
EVENT: "(en)GENDERED: identity, gender & art," Susan B. Anthony Institute juried exhibition of undergraduate art
(February 15, 2006)
EVENT: Haitian Food and Movie Night
(February 13, 2006)
EVENT: Lecture on "How Einstein Became Famous: Religion, Science, and World War I"
(February 10, 2006)
EVENT: Discussion about Haiti with University of Rochester undergraduates, faculty
(February 10, 2006)
EVENT: Author Rachel Cohen discusses her book on the lives of artists and writers
(February 10, 2006)
EVENT: The University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra, Chamber Singers, and Glee Clubs in concert
(February 9, 2006)
EVENT: An exhibition of votive paintings by Heather Layton
(February 9, 2006)
Parental Conflict Produces More Than Fleeting Distress for Children
(February 9, 2006)
EVENT: Distinguished Professor to Discuss Globalization as Alumni Lecture Topic
(February 7, 2006)
Book on Russian Literary History Selected As One of Best in Scholarship for 2005
(February 3, 2006)
EVENT: Lecture on the role of African-American and Haitian business interests in Haiti
(February 3, 2006)
EVENT: Lecture on film depictions of rural poverty in medieval Japan
(February 3, 2006)
EVENT: Seminar discussion of statistical data and marginalized groups
(February 1, 2006)
EVENT: A demonstration and performance by The Maria Gillard Band
(January 27, 2006)
EVENT: Screening of Sugar Cane Alley, set in Martinique in the 1930s
(January 25, 2006)
EVENT: Winter, Spring Film Series Concentrates on the Best in Independent African-American Cinema
(January 25, 2006)
EVENT: "Girl Art," an exhibit by Belinda Bryce on icons of femininity
(January 24, 2006)
EVENT: Tea Talk on the real and imagined concerns about bioterrorism in the U.S.
(January 24, 2006)
EVENT: Geoffrey of Monmouth and the Legendary History of Britain
(January 16, 2006)
EVENT: An exhibition of photographic landscapes by Andrew E. Jurman
(January 13, 2006)
EVENT: An evening of Afro-Peruvian Jazz with Gabriel Alegria
(January 10, 2006)
Psychologist Harry Reis Elected President of International Organization
(January 5, 2006)
EVENT: Exhibition on treatment of death in literature and art in the Middle Ages
(January 3, 2006)
EVENT: Reading by Sarah Shun-lien Bynum, winner of the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize at the University of Rochester
(January 3, 2006)
Stanley Engerman Honored by Economists as Distinguished Fellow
(December 30, 2005)
Book Collection of Anthropologists Enhances Iceland Library
(December 29, 2005)
Rochester's Clinical Psychology Program Ranked No. 2 in New Analysis
(December 27, 2005)
Teachers-to-Be Realize How Schools Can Treat Students Unequally
(December 16, 2005)
EVENT: Exhibit of black-and-white photographs by Christopher Nakis of Rochester
(December 15, 2005)
Sarah Shun-lien Bynum Wins Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize
(December 14, 2005)
Rochester Faculty Awarded Fulbright Grants
(December 8, 2005)
EVENT: University of Rochester Wind Symphony Concert
(December 2, 2005)
EVENT: Polish economist speaks on environmental protection in the New Europe
(December 1, 2005)
Study Seeks to Understand How Newlyweds Traverse the First Five Years
(November 30, 2005)
EVENT: "Paintings, Texts & Constructions," an exhibit by Nancy Fried Foster.
(November 29, 2005)
Faculty, Students Gain Research Access with New RefWorks Tool
(November 23, 2005)
EVENT: Film Illustrates Women's Role in Zimbabwe Liberation Struggle
(November 23, 2005)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra concert featuring Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony and Ravel's Mother Goose Suite.
(November 23, 2005)
EVENT: Acclaimed Cellist Performs at Skalny Center Recital
(November 22, 2005)
EVENT: Darkly Comic Vision of American Underclass Comes to Todd Theatre
(November 14, 2005)
EVENT: Jazz Ensemble Concert
(November 11, 2005)
EVENT: Exhibition of college doodling curated by Senior Studio and Seminar class
(November 11, 2005)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra concert
(November 11, 2005)
EVENT: "Contain, Define, Organize, Preserve, " a sculpture-installation exhibition by Camille Geraci
(November 10, 2005)
EVENT: Food and Film Night, featuring 'El Mariachi'
(November 10, 2005)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Ensembles concert
(November 10, 2005)
EVENT: Luncheon talk by Joanna Mishtal, doctoral candidate at the University of Colorado at Boulder, on reproductive health rights in Poland
(November 10, 2005)
Economic Historian Engerman Named Du Bois Fellow at Harvard
(November 8, 2005)
EVENT: Lecture by Jennifer Stoever, Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Rochester's Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies, on African-American fiction
(November 7, 2005)
EVENT: The Tragedie of Macbeth, a shortened version of Shakespeare's tragedy, presented by the Cleveland Shakespeare Festival
(November 3, 2005)
EVENT: Two Days of Programs with Filmmaker Isaac Julien Reveal his Artistry
(November 3, 2005)
EVENT: Seminar discussion on the relationship between Frederick Douglass's views on U.S. foreign policy and his governmental work in the 19th-century Americas
(November 2, 2005)
EVENT: U.S. Debut of Polish Films Makes Festival a Unique Experience
(October 31, 2005)
EVENT: University Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Annual Viennese Ball
(October 28, 2005)
EVENT: Talk on China's role in global business by David McHardy Reid
(October 27, 2005)
Alumni Lecture Series Honors Reni Celeste, VCS Program Graduate
(October 27, 2005)
Writer William Gass to Speak at New Works-in-Progress Series
(October 26, 2005)
EVENT: Reading by poet Wyn Cooper to celebrate the acquisition of BOA Editions' publishing archive by the University of Rochester Rare Books and Special Collections Library
(October 26, 2005)
EVENT: Cervantes and 400 Years of Don Quixote Celebrated on Campus
(October 26, 2005)
Anthropologist Kay Warren Speaks on Global Scale of Sexual Exploitation
(October 24, 2005)
Student Art Majors Make a Quick Trek to Connect with Alumni
(October 19, 2005)
EVENT: Speaker Series on Visual Culture, African Diaspora Begins
(October 18, 2005)
EVENT: Lecture on East-West travels in 19th-century Crimea by Izabela Kalinowska, assistant professor of Slavic literatures and cultures at Stony Brook University
(October 17, 2005)
EVENT: Manuel Rivera Discusses City Schools' Strategic Plan at Warner Forum
(October 17, 2005)
EVENT: Scholar on Literacy to Speak as Warner School's Scandling Lecturer
(October 12, 2005)
EVENT: Lecture by Dorothy Kaufmann, professor emerita of French at Clark University, on her search to write about the life of French intellectual Édith Thomas
(October 11, 2005)
New Speakers Fund Available for Guest Lecturers
(October 11, 2005)
EVENT: Lecture by Niambi Carter, predoctoral fellow at the University of Rochester's Center for the Study of African-American Politics, on race and reconfiguration in a Southern City
(October 10, 2005)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture by novelist and poet Ha Jin on his latest book
(October 7, 2005)
EVENT: Award-winning Novelist Madison Smartt Bell Will Read on Campus
(October 5, 2005)
EVENT: Plutzik Series reading by fiction and music writer Tom Piazza
(October 3, 2005)
EVENT: Music Department Showcases Ensembles during Meliora Weekend
(October 3, 2005)
EVENT: Chinese Artists to Make Hartnett Gallery Their Workshop
(September 30, 2005)
EVENT: Exhibition by Rochester painter and mixed-media artist Kate Fisher
(September 28, 2005)
Reading, Exhibit Examine Heroine in Joanna Scott's New Work
(September 27, 2005)
EVENT: Free Admission for University Community to Director's Film Screening
(September 27, 2005)
Professor Will Discuss Frida Kahlo at International Conference
(September 26, 2005)
EVENT: Lecture by Janis Gleason on her research about Kate Gleason, Rochesterian and engineer
(September 23, 2005)
EVENT: Skalny Center for Polish and Central European Studies luncheon talk by Luiza Nader, visiting Fulbright researcher, on neo-avantgarde art in Poland
(September 23, 2005)
EVENT: "Guantanamo Bay Meets the Marx Brothers" in Comic Masterpiece
(September 22, 2005)
EVENT: OSSIA to Premiere Student's Composition on Campus
(September 20, 2005)
EVENT: "The Way It Was: Visual Memorial of Two World War II Veterans," a dialogue between veterans who chronicled the war they experienced through photographs and sketches
(September 20, 2005)
EVENT: "Recovery Room," an exhibition by local photographer Susana Reisman
(September 15, 2005)
EVENT: Fall Film Series Concentrates on Issues in Afro-British Cinema
(September 14, 2005)
EVENT: Six Authors Celebrate Their Craft in Neilly Series Lectures for 2005-06
(September 13, 2005)
EVENT: "The Climate for Change in Russia: A View from St. Petersburg," talk by Russian economist Nikita Maslennikov
(September 8, 2005)
EVENT: The Plutzik Reading Series Continues with Michael Palmer
(September 7, 2005)
Political Scientists Say They Can Reverse Trends of Citizen Despair
(September 1, 2005)
EVENT: New Season of The Plutzik Reading Series Opens with Beverly Donofrio
(August 31, 2005)
EVENT: "Paula Crawford: By the Lake, " an exhibition of paintings and sculptures
(August 29, 2005)
University of Rochester Acquires Recent Archive of BOA Editions
(August 23, 2005)
Deadline Extended for Book, Play Entries for New Writing Award
(August 11, 2005)
EVENT: Public Invited to Audition for Ensembles on River Campus
(August 9, 2005)
College Students with Rochester Ties Learn City Issues, Contribute to Community Programs for 4th Year
(August 3, 2005)
EVENT: "Staff Infection," a juried exhibition that features the creative endeavors of River Campus Library staff members
(July 26, 2005)
Anthropologist Robert Foster Appointed Distinguished Professor
(July 22, 2005)
EVENT: 33rd annual Friends Book Sale at the University of Rochester
(July 20, 2005)
EVENT: "Merlin the Magician in Literature and Culture," an exhibition of books and memorabilia
(July 15, 2005)
Art History, VCS Receive Luce Foundation Grant
(July 15, 2005)
EVENT: Two photographs by University of Rochester artist in residence Carl Chiarenza now on view at George Eastman House
(July 14, 2005)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series, featuring Tim Sleep of Illinois
(July 11, 2005)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series, featuring the Groningen Duo, Auke de Boer and Adolph Rots, of the Netherlands
(July 6, 2005)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series, featuring Jeremy Chesman, carillonneur at Southwest Missouri State University
(June 29, 2005)
Skalny Center Director Honored for Advancing Polish Culture in U.S.
(June 28, 2005)
EVENT: "Gabriela Ponce: Photographs 2003-05," an exhibit of color digital prints
(June 27, 2005)
University of Rochester Announces Award in Praise of Area Writers
(June 23, 2005)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series, featuring Laurel Buckwalter, carillonneur at Alfred University
(June 21, 2005)
EVENT: Carillon Rings Out over Campus in Community Concert Series
(June 3, 2005)
Artist Judith Olson Gregory Receives Fairchild Award
(June 2, 2005)
University of Rochester, Jagiellonian University Agreement Paves Way for More Academic Interaction, Benefits
(May 26, 2005)
Psychologist Richard Ryan Receives Community Education Award
(May 25, 2005)
Sheree Toth Named Acting Director at Mt. Hope Family Center
(May 24, 2005)
EVENT: "A Nation at War," an exhibition of World War II-era letters, drawings, photographs, and memorabilia from Rare Books and Special Collections at the University of Rochester
(May 9, 2005)
EVENT: Book signing for Voices of Summer: Ranking Baseball's 101 All-Time Best Announcers, by Curt Smith, senior lecturer in English
(May 5, 2005)
Gustafson Appointed to Named Professorship in German Studies
(May 4, 2005)
Psychologist Appointed to Gowen Endowed Professorship
(May 2, 2005)
Midnight Ramblers Earn Third Place in National A Cappella Tournament
(May 2, 2005)
EVENT: Lecture on inclusive education by Douglas Fisher, professor of education at San Diego State University and expert on reading and literacy
(April 29, 2005)
EVENT: 12th annual Polish Youth Concert with young performers from the Rochester area
(April 25, 2005)
EVENT: "Beyond/In Western New York 2005 Biennial Exhibition," including works by two University of Rochester faculty members at Buffalo-area venues
(April 21, 2005)
EVENT: "Having a Seat at the Table: The Impact of Black Legislators on Congressional Debate," a lecture by Katrina Gamble, predoctoral fellow at the Center for the Study of African-American Politics at the University of Rochester
(April 19, 2005)
Glee Clubs Return to Campus
(April 19, 2005)
EVENT: Annual Institute Will Focus on Future of Catholic Education
(April 12, 2005)
EVENT: "Always Suspect Everyone": Sex and Sensibility in Dickens
(April 12, 2005)
EVENT: "Aftermath of the 'Orange Revolution': Young People Will Protect Democracy," a lecture by Vyacheslav Bryukhovetskyy
(April 8, 2005)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra Concert
(April 5, 2005)
EVENT: "On Colonial State Violence: A History of the Death Penalty in Senegal," a talk by Dior Konate, predoctoral fellow at the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
(April 5, 2005)
EVENT: University's International Theatre Program Presents World Premiere
(April 5, 2005)
University Professor Honored for Contributions to Music Education
(April 4, 2005)
EVENT: A Conversation with Louise Glück
(April 1, 2005)
EVENT: Modern Languages and Cultures Celebrated on Campus
(March 31, 2005)
EVENT: Reading by Linda Bierds, poet and professor of English at the University of Washington
(March 31, 2005)
EVENT: "Got Rhythm?", a musical revue presented by Off Broadway On Campus
(March 31, 2005)
EVENT: University Choir's annual spring show
(March 31, 2005)
EVENT: Video Conference with Tuscany Personalizes Study Abroad Experience
(March 31, 2005)
EVENT: Recital by Stephen Beus, winner of the 2004 Kosciuszko Foundation National Chopin Piano Competition
(March 30, 2005)
EVENT: "Russia's Difficult Way Towards Democracy," lecture by Ernst-Joerg von Studnitz, former German ambassador to Russia
(March 29, 2005)
EVENT: "A Night of Improv with Trix: Whose ASL is It?" by national deaf performer Trix Bruce
(March 28, 2005)
EVENT: University Jazz Ensemble Premieres Commissioned Work
(March 28, 2005)
EVENT: "Music in Time of Conflict," a concert by the University of Rochester Chamber Singers
(March 28, 2005)
New Study Begins on How Children Handle Effects of Domestic Violence
(March 25, 2005)
EVENT: Senior Studio Majors Exhibit at Two Venues with Range of Techniques
(March 24, 2005)
EVENT: "Confessional Poetics of the Body in Late Medieval Literature," a lecture by Cathryn Meyer, this year's Helen Ann Mins Robbins Fellow
(March 23, 2005)
EVENT: Economist Robert E. Hall Chosen as 2005 McKenzie Lecturer
(March 23, 2005)
EVENT: Broadway Producer Takes Questions from University of Rochester Students
(March 22, 2005)
EVENT: Coaching Sessions with Internationally Renowned Pianist Open to Audience
(March 22, 2005)
EVENT: Graduate Studies Conference Explores Public Displays of Affection
(March 22, 2005)
EVENT: Nel Noddings to Speak at Warner School's Scandling Lecture Series
(March 22, 2005)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Ensembles concert
(March 21, 2005)
University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra and Chamber Singers Concert
(March 21, 2005)
EVENT: Showing of Clando by Jean-Marie Teno, a Cameroonian filmmaker
(March 21, 2005)
EVENT: "A Paradise for Killers: Marco Polo and the Garden of the Assassins," a talk by Michael J. Murrin, the David B. and Clara E. Stern Professor in the Humanities and Professor of Religion and Literature in the University of Chicago Divinity School.
(March 17, 2005)
Film Historian Discusses First Post-War German Feature Film
(March 17, 2005)
EVENT: Panel discussion on Social Security reform
(March 17, 2005)
EVENT: Kafka Prize-Winning Author Will Read from Her Work
(March 16, 2005)
EVENT: Lecture on the American visa lottery and its impact on Africans living in the United States by Juliana Makuchi Nfah-Abbenyi of the University of Southern Mississippi
(March 16, 2005)
EVENT: Skalny Center luncheon talk by Krzysztof Zamorski, professor of history at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, on history as a human experience
(March 15, 2005)
EVENT: Work in Progress Seminar by Kathy Robinson, assistant professor of music education at the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester, on choral dance songs from South Africa
(March 15, 2005)
River Campus Libraries Unveils 'UR Research'
New Way for Faculty to Store and Share Work, Track How Often Cited
(March 15, 2005)
EVENT: Research seminar on quilts and African-American identity by Janet Catherine Berlo, professor of art history and visual and cultural studies at the University of Rochester
(March 14, 2005)
Gift Honors Legendary Professor of History and Former Rochester City Historian
(March 11, 2005)
EVENT: "An Introduction to Argentine Tango," a lecture/demonstration with Emmanuelle Loustaunou
(March 10, 2005)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture by Paula A. Treichler of the University of Illinois on community and cultural responses to AIDS
(March 8, 2005)
EVENT: Talk by W. Kenneth Cauthen, professor emeritus of theology at Colgate Rochester Divinity School, on dealing with race, class, and culture in our lives
(March 7, 2005)
EVENT: "An Evening of Contemporary Dance,""works by Lionel Popkin and Agnčs Benoit-Nader
(March 4, 2005)
EVENT: Concert by the Millennium Collective, an improvisation ensemble
(March 4, 2005)
EVENT: Roundtable discussion on Africans and the Industrial Revolution in England: A Study in International Trade and Economic Development, an award-winning book by Joseph Inikori, University of Rochester professor of history.
(March 3, 2005)
EVENT: Reading by author Kathryn Davis, professor of English at Skidmore College
(March 2, 2005)
University of Rochester Graduate Awarded Fulbright Scholarship
(March 1, 2005)
EVENT: "Voices of History: Chivalry, Violence, and World War I," a lecture by Allen Frantzen, professor of English at Loyola University Chicago
(February 28, 2005)
EVENT: Susan B. Anthony Institute Presents 12th Annual Graduate Conference
(February 25, 2005)
EVENT: "(En)Gendered: Identity, Gender, and Art," a juried student exhibit sponsored by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Rochester
(February 24, 2005)
Ethics Bowl Team Places Second at Regional Competition
(February 24, 2005)
EVENT: "Return of the Native: Amiri Baraka, the New Nationalism, and Black Power Politics," a talk by Cedric Johnson, postdoctoral fellow at the University of Rochester's Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
(February 23, 2005)
Psychology Journal Based in Rochester Ranked No. 1 in its Field
(February 23, 2005)
EVENT: Polish and American Scholars Gather in Warsaw to Analyze How Memories about Race and Nationalism Can Be Distorted, Forgotten
(February 23, 2005)
Children's Institute Program Earns National Recognition for Helping Children Adjust to Changes When Parents Divorce
(February 22, 2005)
EVENT: Showing of Pieces d'Identites, a modern fairy tale set in contemporary Europe
(February 22, 2005)
EVENT: University of Rochester Jazz Ensemble Concert
(February 17, 2005)
EVENT: Reading by poet Alan Shapiro, William Rand Kenan Jr. Distinguished Professor of English at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
(February 17, 2005)
EVENT: "Quilts for a New Millennium," an exhibition by Carol Taylor
(February 15, 2005)
EVENT: Showing of The Language You Cry In, a 1998 scholarly detective story on how African Americans have retained links to their African past
(February 15, 2005)
Cicchetti Recognized for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology
(February 15, 2005)
EVENT: University of Rochester Wind Symphony Concert
(February 14, 2005)
EVENT: Reading by poet Daniel Donaghy as part of The Plutzik Series
(February 11, 2005)
EVENT: "Asylum and Disposability," a lecture by Ranjana Khanna, associate professor of English and Women's Studies at Duke University
(February 9, 2005)
EVENT: "Bourne Over Baghdad," lecture and discussion with Robert Westbrook, professor of history at the University of Rochester
(February 9, 2005)
EVENT: University Theatre Program Re-imagines Shaw
(February 8, 2005)
EVENT: Skalny Center luncheon talk by Mary Jane Curry, assistant professor at the Warner School, on "The Global Imperative of English in Academic Publishing"
(February 8, 2005)
EVENT: "'A Horde of Brigands:' The Great Louisiana Slave Revolt of 1811," a lecture by Robert L. Paquette, Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History at Hamilton College
(February 8, 2005)
EVENT: Concert pianist Zora Mihailovich in recital
(February 8, 2005)
EVENT: Lecture on human rights in Africa by Kenneth W. Harrow, director of the Comparative Literature and Studies Program at Michigan State University
(February 8, 2005)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra Concert
(February 7, 2005)
EVENT: University of Rochester's Wind Symphony in concert with the Cornell Wind Ensemble
(February 4, 2005)
EVENT: University Orchestra Marks its 50th with the 'Ninth'
Longstanding Ensemble Unites Community Residents, Students in Performance
(February 3, 2005)
EVENT: Lecture by Dior Konate, predoctoral fellow at the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies, on colonial prisons in Senegal
(February 2, 2005)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture by Katherine Ashenburg, author of The Mourner's Dance: What We Do When People Die, on mourning practices in North America
(January 31, 2005)
EVENT: Showing of Black Girl, a 1966 film classic about an African woman who lives in slavery after she moves to France with a family
(January 28, 2005)
EVENT: Dance lecture/demonstration by choreographer Simone Forti
(January 27, 2005)
EVENT: Rochester Invitational Exhibition: local artists show work
(January 25, 2005)
EVENT: Luncheon talk by University of Warsaw professors on Poland's new public awareness of gender and sexuality
(January 25, 2005)
EVENT: "Music and Poetry in the 19th Century Italian Salon," a lecture and recital by the Risorgimento Project
(January 18, 2005)
EVENT: Work in Progress Seminar by Beth A. Buggenhagen, assistant professor of anthropology, on Senegalese Muslim traders in U.S. cities
(January 18, 2005)
EVENT: "Life," an exhibit of old and new photographs chronicling events in the life of the artist
(January 18, 2005)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture by Stewart Weaver, professor of history at the University of Rochester, on mountaineering in the Himalaya and its fascination for British explorers
(January 10, 2005)
EVENT: "The Physician's 'Negro': Comparative Racial Analysis in 19th-Century Medicine," a lecture by Evelynn M. Hammonds of Harvard University, in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., Day
(January 4, 2005)
EVENT: "Welcome to Sylvan Beach," an exhibit of color photographs by Rochester artist Kristin Merola
(December 30, 2004)
Author's First Novel, about Sylvia Plath, Wins Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize
(December 29, 2004)
EVENT: "Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Share Their World: An Exhibition," showcasing artifacts and crafts from Third World Countries
(December 28, 2004)
Rochester Anthropologist Honored for Contributions to Archaeology
(December 15, 2004)
EVENT: "Beowulfiana: Modern Adaptations of Beowulf," an exhibition of novels, comic books, films, and other items based on the Old English epic poem
(December 14, 2004)
Professor Honored with National Book Prize
(December 3, 2004)
College Students Mobilized, Got Engaged, and Backed Kerry in 2004
(November 30, 2004)
EVENT: This 'Student Project' is Presented on Stage, Not in the Classroom
(November 29, 2004)
EVENT: Bush Mango Drum and Dance, sponsored by The Program of Movement and Dance
(November 29, 2004)
EVENT: Reading by poet Donald Revell as part of The Plutzik Series
(November 29, 2004)
EVENT: Panel discussion on "World Trade: Free or Fair?"
(November 24, 2004)
EVENT: "Holiday Music, Old and New," concert by the University of Rochester Choir
(November 23, 2004)
EVENT: "Pleasures of Being a Dog," an installation by Peter Hobbs
(November 23, 2004)
Anthropology Students Search for Keys to Interaction at Public Market
(November 18, 2004)
EVENT: Recital by students of pianist and artist-in-residence Zora Mihailovich
(November 17, 2004)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra Concert
(November 16, 2004)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra Concert
(November 16, 2004)
EVENT: "From Rochester to the Rhine: The Journey of Billy Pilgrim," a lecture by Grant Holcomb
(November 12, 2004)
EVENT: Lecture on "The Mikado: Red, Hot, and Swing" by scholar Ralph MacPhail, Jr., of Bridgewater College
(November 11, 2004)
EVENT: Photography exhibit and talks on the life of coffee farmers in remote Mexican villages
(November 10, 2004)
EVENT: Metropolitan Opera Coach will Lead Opera Workshop on River Campus
(November 8, 2004)
EVENT: "Too Much Attention, Not Enough Food," an exhibit of paintings by artist Heather Layton
(November 5, 2004)
EVENT: Jazz Ensemble Concert
(November 5, 2004)
EVENT: Two Days of Programs with Yvonne Rainer Span Her Contributions to Film, Art, Literature and Dance
(November 4, 2004)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture by Roy Blount, Jr., humorist and writer
(October 26, 2004)
EVENT: 2004 Polish Film Festival Kicks Off at the Little Theatre
(October 26, 2004)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Ensembles Performance
(October 25, 2004)
Fairchild Award Presented to James Longenbach
(October 20, 2004)
EVENT: Lecture on James Baldwin and the Black Aesthetics Movement by Darrell Moore of DePaul University
(October 20, 2004)
EVENT: "Nocturnes & Other Work," an exhibit by Rochester artist J. Rebecca Grant
(October 19, 2004)
EVENT: Reading by poet Donald Revell as part of The Plutzik Series
(October 15, 2004)
EVENT: "Encounters in Translation: Discourses of 'Discovery' in Latin America," a lecture by New York University professor Sylvia Molloy
(October 14, 2004)
EVENT: "American History in Global Context," seminar by Thomas Bender of New York University
(October 14, 2004)
EVENT: Consul General of Poland Speaks on Polish-Ukrainian Relations
(October 14, 2004)
EVENT: Frederick Douglass Institute Presents Award-Winning Documentary
(October 13, 2004)
EVENT: Lecture by the author and the translator of a memoir, And Yet I Still Have Dreams, from a concentration camp survivor during World War II
(October 13, 2004)
EVENT: "Disciplinarity, Cross-Disciplinarity, and the Problem of Violence," a lecture by Dominick LaCapra, Bowmar Professor of Humanistic Studies and Professor of History at Cornell University
(October 13, 2004)
EVENT: Forum on the conflict and the human cost of fighting in the western Sudan region of Darfur
(October 13, 2004)
EVENT: Lecture about Polish Structuralist Cinema from the 1960s and 70s by visiting scholar Lukasz Ronduda
(October 13, 2004)
EVENT: Annual Viennese Ball Benefits University Music Ensembles
(October 12, 2004)
Mothers, Infants Invited to Participate in Child Development Study
(October 7, 2004)
EVENT: Work in Progress Seminar on black ethnic politics with Cedric Johnson, postdoctoral fellow at the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
(October 6, 2004)
EVENT: Experimental Dance-Theater Work Comes to University
(October 5, 2004)
EVENT: Reading by Ben Marcus as part of The Plutzik Series
(October 1, 2004)
EVENT: "Body of Knowledge," an exhibition by Joanna Heatwole
(September 30, 2004)
EVENT: Professor Honored for Work in Philosophy, Computer Science
(September 28, 2004)
EVENT: Luncheon talk on the political and economic implications of Poland
(September 27, 2004)
EVENT: "Bring Out Your Dead: Rare Books, Collectors, and Research," a lecture by Pablo Alvarez, curator of rare books
(September 24, 2004)
EVENT: Conference Explores Challenges in Literature, Humanities Studies
(September 23, 2004)
EVENT: Renowned Poet Will Read from Her Works, Hear Them in Song
(September 22, 2004)
EVENT: Alumna Brings Flamenco Troupe to the University Campus
(September 22, 2004)
EVENT: Anthropologist, Physician Paul Farmer Gives 2004 Morgan Lectures
(September 20, 2004)
EVENT: Three Films Scheduled for African Video & Film Series This Fall
(September 17, 2004)
EVENT: "William Blake and the Digital Age," a lecture by University of Rochester Professor of English Morris Eaves
(September 17, 2004)
EVENT: Theatre Program Brings Beijing Opera Troupe to Campus
(September 15, 2004)
EVENT: Department of Philosophy hosts Graduate Conference on Epistemology
(September 15, 2004)
Attempts to Quit Smoking Have More Chances for Success When Clinicians Support Smokers' Motivation for Health, Well-being
(September 15, 2004)
EVENT: "Drawings from Life," an exhibit of photographs incorporating common objects, by artist Julieve Jubin
(September 14, 2004)
EVENT: "Sweet Land of Liberty: The Unfinished Struggle for Racial Equality in the North," a lecture by Thomas Sugrue of the University of Pennsylvania
(September 13, 2004)
EVENT: Film Series is Free for University Community
(September 13, 2004)
EVENT: Latest Neilly Series Showcases Celebrated Authors, Lecturers
(September 9, 2004)
EVENT: Historians Shift Focus to the North in New Research about Civil Rights
(September 3, 2004)
EVENT: Gilbert and Sullivan Exhibition Traces their Distinctive Brand of Musical Theater from London to American Audiences
(August 31, 2004)
EVENT: Seventh Annual Mt. Hope Family Center Golf Classic (formerly the Borrelli-Morrelli Golf Classic), a benefit tournament for Mt. Hope Family Center
(August 26, 2004)
EVENT: Lecture by author and New Yorker writer David Owen on his new book about inventor Chester Carlson and the creation of the Xerox machine
(August 24, 2004)
EVENT: "Dos," an exhibit of works by two Latino artists
(August 12, 2004)
Habits of Researchers Reveal Clues for Getting Academics Onboard the Latest in Secure Digital Archive
(August 12, 2004)
EVENT: 32nd annual Rochester Book Sale at the University of Rochester
(August 11, 2004)
Actors Sought for International Theatre Program Productions
(August 10, 2004)
EVENT: University Ensembles Hold Open Auditions
(August 5, 2004)
EVENT: Exhibit on "Early Printing at Venice, 1477-1558"
(July 28, 2004)
Two-Year Agreement with University of Warsaw Announced
(July 27, 2004)
EVENT: "Shafts of Sunlight," an exhibit of selected paintings by Rochester artist Mary Orwen
(July 26, 2004)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series, featuring Stephen Schreiber, organist and choirmaster at Trinity Episcopal Church, Ambler, Pa.
(July 8, 2004)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series, featuring Marcel Siebers of the Netherlands
(July 2, 2004)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series, featuring Elizabeth Egbert Berghout of the University of Kansas
(June 25, 2004)
University of Rochester, George Eastman House Embark on New Initiative
Selznick Graduate Program in Film and Media Preservation Combines Study at Both Institutions
(June 23, 2004)
EVENT: Hopeman Memorial Carillon Summer Recital Series, featuring Gijsbert Kok of The Netherlands
(June 18, 2004)
EVENT: Picnic on the Quad, Enjoy the Music of University's Carillon
(June 8, 2004)
EVENT: Rochester's Fletcher Steele Matched Gardens to Each Client's Dreams
(May 18, 2004)
Dante Cicchetti to Receive National Award for Contributions to Psychology
(May 17, 2004)
Third Class of Urban Fellows Ready to Work in Community Programs
(May 14, 2004)
EVENT: "Is the Supreme Court One or Many?" a discussion on permanence and change in the nation's highest court
(May 7, 2004)
Author, Art Historian Janet Berlo Receives Fellowship to Clark Institute
(May 4, 2004)
Psychologist Harry Reis Appointed Editor of APS Journal
(April 29, 2004)
EVENT: A roundtable discussion with artists exhibiting on the topic of motherhood at the galleries of Rochester Contemporary
(April 26, 2004)
EVENT: Chamber Orchestra Offers Community Performance of 'Peter and the Wolf'
(April 16, 2004)
EVENT: Annual Polish Youth Concert and Polish Art Exhibition
(April 16, 2004)
EVENT: Work in Progress Seminar on gender and race among auto workers in Detroit with David Lewis-Colman, postdoctoral fellow at the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
(April 15, 2004)
Book Linking Trade, Africans, British Industrialization Earns Multiple Honors
(April 15, 2004)
Kodak's Archives, Photographs Given to University of Rochester
(April 15, 2004)
EVENT: 'Friendship in Bloom' Exhibit Prepares for Iris Celebration in Rochester
(April 13, 2004)
EVENT: University of Rochester Jazz Ensemble Concert
(April 7, 2004)
EVENT: University of Rochester Choir and Chamber Singers Concert
(April 7, 2004)
EVENT: University of Rochester's International Theatre Program presents Machinal
(April 7, 2004)
EVENT: "Four Classics and a World Premiere," concert by the University of Rochester's Wind Symphony
(April 6, 2004)
EVENT: Anthropology Sessions Focus on Food as a Way to Build Community
(April 6, 2004)
EVENT: Reading by acclaimed poet and writer Fanny Howe, part of the Plutzik Reading Series
(April 2, 2004)
EVENT: Re-scheduled Neilly Series lecture on how people interpret risks with David Ropeik of the Harvard Center for Risk Analysis
(April 2, 2004)
EVENT: "See What You Want to See," an evening of new dances by Lani Fand Weissbach and Robert Bingham, with guest artist D. Chase Angier
(April 2, 2004)
EVENT: Lecture by author and diplomat Henri Lopes on African writers today
(March 31, 2004)
EVENT: Showing of Sisters in Cinema, a documentary tracing the contributions of African-American women directors
(March 30, 2004)
EVENT: Senior Exhibitions Capture This Year's Best Work in Art
(March 29, 2004)
University of Rochester Student Awarded Prestigious Truman Scholarship
(March 26, 2004)
EVENT: McKenzie Lecture by Alvin E. Roth of Harvard University on theories examining kidney donors and incentives for exchanges
(March 24, 2004)
EVENT: Talk by Chinese-American author and historian Iris Chang
(March 24, 2004)
EVENT: "A Chapter in Global Health History: The Politics of Primary Health Care c. 1978," lecture by Marcos Cueto of the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia in Lima, Peru
(March 23, 2004)
EVENT: Gary W. Cox Recognized with Riker Prize for Political Science
(March 23, 2004)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Ensembles Recital
(March 22, 2004)
EVENT: Screening of Long Night's Journey Into Day, a documentary about four stories of apartheid before South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission
(March 22, 2004)
EVENT: Work in Progress seminar with Professor Emeritus of History Jesse T. Moore, Jr.
(March 22, 2004)
EVENT: Plutzik Reading Series featuring author Shelley Jackson
(March 18, 2004)
EVENT: Three Newman Lectures Offer National Experts on Catholicism, Celebrate 40 Years of Catholic Community at University
(March 16, 2004)
EVENT: Filmmaker Charles Burnett Presents 'To Sleep with Anger' at Dryden
(March 16, 2004)
EVENT: "King Arthur and His Editors: The 'Quests and Adventures' of the Text of Malory," talk by Barry Gaines of the University of New Mexico
(March 12, 2004)
EVENT: Lunch discussion about recent events in Haiti and the ouster of its president Jean-Bertrand Aristide
(March 12, 2004)
EVENT: Plutzik Reading Series featuring poet Dean Young
(March 11, 2004)
EVENT: University of Rochester's Chamber Singers Concert
(March 8, 2004)
EVENT: "Vichy France Sixty Years After," lecture by Robert O. Paxton, Mellon Professor of Social Science, Emeritus, at Columbia University
(March 8, 2004)
EVENT: Inherited Trauma, Memory, Survival Explored in Kafka Prize Reading
(March 2, 2004)
EVENT: Former Advisor to Secretary of State Powell Speaks on U.S.-Polish Relations
(March 2, 2004)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture by Marc Pachter, director of the National Portrait Gallery, on saving the full-length portrait of George Washington for the American public
(March 1, 2004)
EVENT: University Orchestra Presents Concert at St. Andrew's Church
(March 1, 2004)
EVENT: "An Ostentatious Body of Work," exhibition by Gina Cacioppo
(March 1, 2004)
EVENT: Showing of the film Compensation, sponsored by the Frederick Douglass Institute and the Film and Media Studies Program at the University of Rochester
(February 26, 2004)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Harman
(February 24, 2004)
EVENT: Lecture by Anna Everett of the University of California at Santa Barbara on new scholarship in black film criticism
(February 19, 2004)
EVENT: “Beyond the Valley of the Classical Hollywood Cinema—Rethinking the Loathsome Film of 1970,” lecture by Harry M. Benshoff of the University of North Texas
(February 13, 2004)
EVENT: Showing of Diamonds and Rust, part of the Africa Video and Film Series sponsored by the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
(February 12, 2004)
Mt. Hope Family Center Receives $3.8 Million Grant to Study Effect of Therapies with Depressed Mothers on Infant Development
(February 12, 2004)
EVENT: University of Rochester’s Chamber Singers to Perform at Rochester Bach Festival
(February 11, 2004)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture by Linda Sue Park on her writing and success as an author
(February 10, 2004)
EVENT: "Rethinking the Foremothers: the Defeat of the Women's Movement in the 1860s," a lecture by Faye Dudden, professor and chair of history at Colgate University
(February 9, 2004)
EVENT: Reading by noted African-American critic, novelist, and science fiction writer Samuel R. Delany
(February 9, 2004)
EVENT: Pterodactyls, a dark comedy on family dysfunction presented by the International Theatre Program at the University of Rochester
(February 9, 2004)
EVENT: University of Rochester's Wind Symphony Concert
(February 9, 2004)
EVENT: Skalny Luncheon Seminar with Professor Andrzej Mania of Jagiellonian University
(February 6, 2004)
EVENT: Reading of an historical manuscript by Professor Emeritus of History Jesse T. Moore, Jr.
(February 5, 2004)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Singers Concert
(February 4, 2004)
EVENT: Lecture/demonstration by internationally known juggler Michael Moschen
(February 4, 2004)
EVENT: Concert by Eastman Philharmonia
(February 4, 2004)
EVENT: Showing of Bosnia Hotel: Kenyan Warriors in Bosnia, part of the Africa Video and Film Series sponsored by the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
(February 3, 2004)
Economist Lionel McKenzie to be Honored by Kyoto University
(February 2, 2004)
EVENT: "Wanderlust," an exhibit of oil paintings with textiles by Janet Decker Yanez
(January 29, 2004)
Facing Up to the Digital Dilemma
A Discussion of Peer-to-Peer File Sharing on Feb. 16
(January 28, 2004)
EVENT: International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Quarterfinals, hosted by the Midnight Ramblers
(January 26, 2004)
EVENT: Lecture on "Alternative Medicine in Greco-Roman Antiquity: The Role of Amulets"
(January 26, 2004)
EVENT: Contemporary Issues Luncheon—The Democrats: A Look at 2004
(January 21, 2004)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra
(January 21, 2004)
EVENT: "This Happy," exhibition by Rochester artist Tom Carpenter
(January 16, 2004)
Grant Furthers Math Reform, Literacy Initiatives in City School District
(January 15, 2004)
EVENT: Chopin in Music and Letters, a performance by pianist Elena Letnanova
(January 14, 2004)
Innovative Web Site Earns Major Honor for Professor
(January 14, 2004)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture by Dr. Robert S. Bakos on medical histories of famous composers
(January 13, 2004)
New Edition Restores the Personal and Opinionated Detail in Adams's Letters
(December 30, 2003)
Political Scientist at Rochester on Team to Study Voting Systems
(November 25, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra Concert
(November 21, 2003)
River Campus Libraries Awarded Grant to Develop More E-Access
(November 21, 2003)
EVENT: "Unveiling Myth and Reality," dance performance and lecture exploring Middle Eastern and contemporary modern dance
(November 14, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Wind Symphony and University Choir performance
(November 12, 2003)
EVENT: 'An Evening with Maya Angelou' Rescheduled Dec. 2
(November 11, 2003)
EVENT: Film screening of Waiting for Happiness (Heremakono, 2002) directed by Abderrahmane Sissako
(November 11, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Jazz Ensemble Concert
(November 10, 2003)
EVENT: Classic Tragedy of Condemned Love Presented on Rochester Stage
(November 7, 2003)
EVENT: Talk on "Religion, Education and Contemporary Russian Society" by Marianna Shakhnovich of St. Petersburg State University
(November 6, 2003)
EVENT: Reading by writer Lydia Davis as part of the Plutzik Reading Series
(November 5, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Singers Concert, "My Beloved is Mine:"
(October 31, 2003)
EVENT: "Megaliths," exhibition of photographs by James M. Via
(October 31, 2003)
EVENT: "Who Knew?", an exhibition of student projects
(October 30, 2003)
EVENT: Dinner Talk is More Than Conversation; It's About Learning Culture
(October 29, 2003)
EVENT: Recital by internationally renowned pianist Zora Mihailovich
(October 29, 2003)
EVENT: Concert by University of Rochester Chamber Ensembles
(October 29, 2003)
EVENT: Performance by comic monologue/dance artist Claire Porter
(October 23, 2003)
EVENT: Annual Classics Reading Event Spotlights Medieval Italy
(October 23, 2003)
EVENT: Five Award-Winning Films Set for 2003 Polish Film Festival
(October 22, 2003)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture on how people interpret risks by David Ropeik of the Harvard Center for Risk Analysis
(October 22, 2003)
EVENT: Neilly Series reading by Toronto writer Ann-Marie MacDonald from her new novel, The Way the Crow Flies
(October 22, 2003)
Meliora Press: A New Imprint of University of Rochester Press
(October 21, 2003)
EVENT: Discussion with co-authors of a new book on Polish contributions to Allied victories during World War II
(October 20, 2003)
EVENT: Speaker Series Examines Topics of 'Home and Exile'
(October 17, 2003)
EVENT: Waltzing Away the Night Benefits University's Music Ensembles
(October 17, 2003)
EVENT: Reading by poet Sally Keith as part of the Plutzik Reading Series
(October 17, 2003)
University of Rochester, Zogby International Release Global Poll on Religious Beliefs, Practices, and Priorities
(October 16, 2003)
EVENT: Author of Book on Sam Patch Will Give Local Lecture
(October 14, 2003)
EVENT: Gilbert Memorial Lecture on "Missionaries and Scientists in Economic Development" by economist William Easterly of New York University
(October 14, 2003)
Peace Activists Persevere for Coexistence between Israelis, Palestinians
(October 13, 2003)
EVENT: Work in Progress Seminar on "The Language of Liberation: Frederick Douglass and the Hispanic Caribbean," a presentation by Raúl Rodríguez-Hernández of the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
(October 10, 2003)
EVENT: Luncheon seminar on contemporary Poland with Professors Celia Applegate and Lynn Gordon
(October 9, 2003)
Preservation Grants Secure Future for Precious Library Holdings
(October 7, 2003)
EVENT: Exhibition of recent large-scale photographs by abstract artist and art historian Carl Chiarenza
(October 7, 2003)
EVENT: Work in Progress Seminar on "Black Autoworkers and the Rise of Racial Liberalism in Detroit, 1941-1973" by David Lewis-Colman, postdoctoral fellow at the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies at the University of Rochester
(October 7, 2003)
EVENT: Reading by Heather McHugh as part of the Plutzik Reading Series
(October 1, 2003)
EVENT: Guests with Rochester Connections Chosen as Rush Rhees Speakers
(September 30, 2003)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture by Oscar Hijuelos, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, on how life events inspire a writer
(September 30, 2003)
EVENT: Theatre Program Production Shows 'The Triumph of Love'
(September 29, 2003)
Harris Selected as Woodrow Wilson Fellow for 2003-04 Year
(September 29, 2003)
EVENT: Rochester Hosts "An Evening with Maya Angelou"
(September 26, 2003)
Voters' Trust Not Tied to Campaign Finance Laws, Researchers Say
(September 25, 2003)
EVENT: Three Films Scheduled for African Video & Film Series This Fall
(September 25, 2003)
EVENT: Talk on "Death at Sea: The McCraken Family and Their Losses Aboard the Steamship Arctic"
(September 19, 2003)
EVENT: Rochester premiere of the Spike Lee film Jim Brown: All American (2002)
(September 18, 2003)
EVENT: Music Department Showcases Ensembles during Meliora Weekend
(September 15, 2003)
EVENT: Acclaimed Poet, Rochester Native John Ashbery Gives Reading
(September 11, 2003)
EVENT: Work in Progress Seminar with Victoria W. Wolcott of the Department of History and the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
(September 10, 2003)
EVENT: Olmsted in Rochester: A Rich Park Heritage Expands Under his Gaze Exhibit, Lecture, Walking Tour Connect Designer's Genius to Long-lasting Benefits
(September 8, 2003)
Tension Between Airline Safety, Security Exists in Post-Sept. 11 World
(September 8, 2003)
EVENT: "Between Childhood and Adulthood," an exhibit of oil paintings by Anna Killian
(September 8, 2003)
EVENT: Craig Owens Memorial Lecture by Leo Bersani on the 1999 film All About My Mother
(September 4, 2003)
EVENT: Sixth Annual Borrelli-Morelli Golf Classic, a benefit tournament for Mt. Hope Family Center
(September 4, 2003)
EVENT: Name the Discipline, Neilly Series Offers Memorable Writers, Thinkers
(September 3, 2003)
Kowalke Appointed Turner Professor at Rochester
(August 25, 2003)
EVENT: Reading by writer Edie Meidav, recipient of the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize
(August 19, 2003)
EVENT: Book discussion about airline crashes, security at airports, and the public's fear of flying with David M. Primo, author and assistant professor of political science at the University of Rochester
(August 14, 2003)
EVENT: ""Black and White and Shades of Gray,"" an installation by studio arts major Sara Missell
(August 13, 2003)
EVENT: Community Musicians Invited to Audition for University Orchestra
(August 3, 2003)
EVENT: 31st annual Rochester Book Sale at the University of Rochester
(August 1, 2003)
EVENT: Exhibition of paintings by William Bond Walker
(July 9, 2003)
Professor Appointed to Association Board
(July 7, 2003)
Symptoms of Depression Signal Shorter Lives for People with Cancer
(July 7, 2003)
Eminent Psychology Professor Vincent Nowlis Dies
(June 13, 2003)
Brockport Writer Receives Fairchild Award
(June 10, 2003)
Author's Debut Novel Wins Kafka Prize
(June 4, 2003)
Philosophy Department Awards Essay Prize
(May 30, 2003)
EVENT: "Could You Live in a Total War?," an exhibit about the lives of American civilians on the homefront during World War II
(May 27, 2003)
EVENT: Annual Dinner of the Friends of the University of Rochester Libraries
(May 20, 2003)
University of Rochester Study Finds Quantity of Newspaper Coverage About Religion Grows, Accuracy of Content Misses Mark
(May 12, 2003)
Politicians at Home: The True Test of a House Member's Value
(May 9, 2003)
Local Student Earns Honors in National Classics Competition
(May 7, 2003)
EVENT: Author John Williams Reads his Work, Opens Exhibit in his Honor
(May 2, 2003)
University, Students Cited for Development of Device for Disabled
(April 29, 2003)
EVENT: Themes of Race, Political Representation Bring Scholars to Conference Organized by Center for the Study of African-American Politics
(April 18, 2003)
EVENT: #34;Celebration of Spring Concert" by the University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra and pianist Zora Mihailovich
(April 16, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra concert
(April 15, 2003)
EVENT: "SumericaBachBones," a multimedia performance of poetry, song, and image, incorporating the work of Iraqi dissident poets
(April 15, 2003)
EVENT: Concert by the University of Rochester Chamber Singers and the University Choir
(April 15, 2003)
EVENT: Yellowjackets vocal group spring concert
(April 11, 2003)
EVENT: "When I Became Mortal: A Conversation with Mexican Writer Carmen Boullosa"
(April 11, 2003)
EVENT: Summer Institute to Focus on Catholic Education in the 21st Century
(April 10, 2003)
EVENT: Community Challenges Through the Eyes of University Students, Prominent Anthropologist
(April 10, 2003)
EVENT: "The New American Empire: Now Recruiting?" a lecture by University of Texas at Austin professor Antony Hopkins
(April 7, 2003)
EVENT: Tragedy of "Hamlet" Presented on University Stage Rochester High School Students Will Attend Specially Scheduled Performances
(April 7, 2003)
EVENT: Plutzik Series Features Poetry and Fiction Readings
(April 3, 2003)
Study Tracks Identity in New Russia
(April 1, 2003)
Being Mindful Promotes Good Mental Health
(April 1, 2003)
EVENT: "The Best of the Old West: An Evening of ASL Storytelling with Sam Supalla"
(March 31, 2003)
EVENT: "Controversy Clarifies," a lecture by Gerald Graff of the University of Illinois at Chicago
(March 31, 2003)
EVENT: "Rudolf von Laban and the Mystical Origins of German Modern Dance," lecture by dance scholar Marion Kant
(March 28, 2003)
EVENT: 10th Annual Polish Youth Concert with youth art exhibition, part of the Skalny Lecture and Artist Series
(March 26, 2003)
EVENT: Screening and discussion of the documentary Shtetl with filmmaker Marian Marzynski
(March 26, 2003)
EVENT: Neilly Series lecture by journalist Linda Greenhouse on the repercussions of recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings
(March 26, 2003)
EVENT: Concert by Vocal Point, all-female a cappella group
(March 24, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Jazz Ensemble spring concert
(March 24, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Singers Concert
(March 24, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture by Farid Laroussi on "French Representations of the Maghreb"
(March 21, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture by Cameroonian author Thérčse Kuoh-Moukoury on women in French-speaking areas of Africa
(March 21, 2003)
EVENT: Frederick Douglass, a Man with a Hold on Rochester, Attracts Scholars,Leaders for Events Examining His Life, Work
(March 21, 2003)
History Graduate Student Awarded Lilly Fellowship
(March 19, 2003)
EVENT: EVENT: "Sońando Flamenco" ("Flamenco Dream"), a flamenco dance performance
(March 19, 2003)
Local Expert on King Arthur Interviewed for Educational Video
(March 18, 2003)
National Cultures Build on Mass Media, Mass Consumption
(March 13, 2003)
EVENT: Graduate Conference Considers the Concept of Doubt
(March 12, 2003)
Joanna Scott's New Novel in Running for LA Times Book Award
(March 12, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture on literary forgeries by Bruce Whiteman, Los Angeles writer and expert on rare books
(March 11, 2003)
EVENT: Former Political Prisoner Tells of China's Human Rights Abuses
(March 11, 2003)
EVENT: Reading by Rikki Ducornet as part of the Plutzik Reading Series
(March 11, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture Examines Bloomsbury Group's Fascination with 18th Century
(March 10, 2003)
EVENT: "Deutsche Bank, Nazi Gold and Historical Integrity," a lecture by Jonathan Steinberg, professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania
(March 6, 2003)
EVENT: Students Display Artwork in Senior Thesis Exhibitions
(March 6, 2003)
EVENT: Master hat maker Dave Brown discusses the history and process of hat making
(March 6, 2003)
EVENT: A workshop about body and dance by performer and teacher Deborah Hay
(March 4, 2003)
EVENT: A reading and a performance by dancer and teacher Deborah Hay
(March 4, 2003)
EVENT: "A Stone of Hope: Prophetic Religion, Liberalism, and the Death of Jim Crow," lecture by David Chappell of the University of Arkansas
(February 27, 2003)
EVENT: The University of Rochester Gospel Choir's concert "Gospelfest 2003!"
(February 27, 2003)
EVENT: Hartnett Gallery Spotlights the Art of Kathleen McEnery
(February 26, 2003)
EVENT: "Striding Toward Freedom," a presentation by Sankofa the Storyteller (David A. Anderson)
(February 25, 2003)
Peace Corps on Campus: Recruiter Now Working at Career Center
(February 24, 2003)
EVENT: Reading by Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poet C. K. Williams as part of the Plutzik Reading Series
(February 24, 2003)
EVENT: Violist John Graham will present "The First Performance: Preparing and Imagining a Newly Written Piece of Music," as part of the Creative Process Series sponsored by the University of Rochester's Dance Program.
(February 21, 2003)
EVENT: Concerto Competition Winners to Perform in Concert
(February 20, 2003)
EVENT: Frederick Douglass at the University of Rochester Conference, Exhibition, Digital Initiative Examine Contributions of Orator, Publisher
(February 19, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Wind Symphony concert, directed by Cindi Johnston-Turner
(February 13, 2003)
Eminent Literary Scholar Joseph Summers Dies
(February 13, 2003)
EVENT: "Infinitely Higher-Order Vagueness," colloquium by Delia Graff, assistant professor of philosophy at Cornell University
(February 13, 2003)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra Concert, Directed by David Harman
(February 13, 2003)
Rochester's English Department Selected for National Education Study
(February 12, 2003)
EVENT: "Remembrance: A Tribute To and Journey Through Two Lives," an exhibition of photographs by Marianne Pojman and Sharon Turner
(February 11, 2003)
EVENT: "The Several Lives of Frederick Douglass," an exhibition of documents and images related to the famous orator, abolitionist, and publisher
(February 10, 2003)
EVENT: Series Explores Creativity in Range of Arts
(February 7, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture by Th. Emil Homerin, professor and scholar of Islam
(January 31, 2003)
EVENT: Through the Door of No Return, the First Film in the Spring African Video and Film Series Sponsored by the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
(January 31, 2003)
EVENT: Special screenings of the new film, Zemsta (The Revenge), by Andrzej Wajda, renowned Polish filmmaker and Academy Award winner
(January 28, 2003)
Scholar in Visual and Cultural Studies Appointed to Professorship
(January 28, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture and discussion about the experiences of a 1960s civil rights worker
(January 15, 2003)
EVENT: EVENT: Piano recital by Elena Letnanova of music from Central Europe
(January 13, 2003)
EVENT: New Paintings, Drawings by David Walsh on Display at Oxford Gallery
(January 10, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture by Richard H. Thaler, professor of economics at the University of Chicago, on the psychology of decision making
(January 10, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture on Latin sounds that shaped American music by John Storm Roberts, international authority on world music
(January 9, 2003)
EVENT: "Inside/Outside," an exhibit of collages and color photographs about architecture and interior design by artist Robert Raczka
(January 7, 2003)
EVENT: Lecture on the controversial film Salň, or the 120 Days of Sodom
(December 24, 2002)
Redrawing the Map of Europe Puts Poland in the European Union Visiting Professor at Rochester Leads Continuing Economic Reforms
(December 24, 2002)
Community Service in Africa: A Winter Recess to Assist, Explore Self
(December 23, 2002)
When Parents Argue, Children Can Cope if They Feel Secure
(December 23, 2002)
Professor's Book on Chivalry Earns History Prize
(December 18, 2002)
EVENT: First Annual Spanish One-Act Play Festival, featuring two works by contemporary Spanish playwright Paloma Pedrero
(December 4, 2002)
EVENT: EVENT: "Collected Thoughts: Twenty Objects," an exhibition of student projects
(December 3, 2002)
EVENT: Stage, not Classroom, is Setting for this Final Exam
(December 3, 2002)
EVENT: Lecture on University of Rochester Civil War heroes by Bob Marcotte, Democrat and Chronicle columnist and author
(December 2, 2002)
EVENT: University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra concert
(November 25, 2002)
EVENT: Holiday readings about traditions with friends, sponsored by the Friends of the University of Rochester Libraries
(November 21, 2002)
Psychologist Recognized for Accomplishments 'in the Name of Justice'
(November 20, 2002)
EVENT: Panel discussion on "Reparations for African Americans: An American Dilemma?"
(November 15, 2002)
EVENT: Scholar in Feminist Theory Speaks on Literary Interior Lives
(November 15, 2002)
New Major Approved in African and African-American Studies
(November 14, 2002)
EVENT: "Does Reading Good Books Make Us Any Better? Thoughts on an Ethics of Reading"
(November 12, 2002)
EVENT: "The Transparency of Knowledge (Levret Version)," an art exhibition by Cristin Millett
(November 7, 2002)
EVENT: Talk by Herman L. Bennett, expert in the history of Afro-Mexico, sponsored by the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies
(November 6, 2002)
EVENT: 2002 Polish Film Festival, sponsored by the Skalny Center for Polish and Central European Studies at the University of Rochester
(October 30, 2002)
EVENT: Lecture and demonstration of Middle Eastern dance featuring Morocco (Carolina Varga Dinicu)
(October 28, 2002)
Island of Exile is Island of Dreams for Family in Joanna Scott's New Novel
(October 25, 2002)
EVENT: Six Characters to Appear on University Theatre Stage
(October 25, 2002)
EVENT: Book, Panel Discussion Focus on Role of International Monetary Fund
(October 24, 2002)
EVENT: Lecture by author and U.S. foreign policy critic Scott Ritter
(October 23, 2002)
EVENT: "Considerations: My Painting and My Mother," an exhibit by Barbara Fox
(October 23, 2002)
EVENT: Department of Philosophy to host Second Conference on Epistemology
(October 18, 2002)
Latest Book by Rochester Political Scientist Receives Research Award
(October 17, 2002)
EVENT: Gleason Foundation $5 Million Gift Begins Campaign for Renovation of East Wing of Rush Rhees Library
(October 10, 2002)
EVENT: Reading by poet Carl Phillips as part of the Plutzik Memorial Series
(October 8, 2002)
EVENT: EVENT: "Pleasures of a Writing Life," a talk by Simon Winchester, acclaimed author of international bestsellers
(October 7, 2002)
EVENT: Globalization, Free Trade: A View from Papua New Guinea
(October 7, 2002)
EVENT: "Festival of Food and Film" spotlight on Japan sponsored by the University of Rochester's Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
(October 7, 2002)
EVENT: "Happiness is Electric Living," an installation by Allen C. Topolski, associate professor of art at the University of Rochester
(October 7, 2002)
EVENT: Reading by poet Clayton Eshleman
(September 30, 2002)
EVENT: University Chamber and Symphony Orchestras Perform Meliora Weekend
(September 25, 2002)
EVENT: Salman Rushdie to Read for University of Rochester's Plutzik Series
(September 25, 2002)
EVENT: EVENT: Performance by The Cracow Klezmer Band, sponsored by the Skalny Center for Polish and Central European Studies at the University of Rochester
(September 24, 2002)
EVENT: "Scaling the Heights: Rochester's Musical Innovators," an exhibit highlighting the many significant composers and performers who have Rochester connections
(September 19, 2002)
EVENT: "Capitalism and Chance in 20th Century America," a lecture presented by T. J. Jackson Lears, professor of history at Rutgers University, as a part of the annual Verne Moore Lecture Series of the Department of History.
(September 16, 2002)
EVENT: Philosophy colloquium on "Fictionalist Attitudes about Fictional Matters"
(September 13, 2002)
EVENT: Photographer Paul Hoeffler and guests discuss the music and culture of jazz
(September 12, 2002)
EVENT: From Iraq to Latin Jazz, Libraries' Neilly Series Opens for 2002-03
(September 10, 2002)
EVENT: University of Rochester Dance Program master class and demonstration
(September 9, 2002)
EVENT: Photography Exhibition Embraces Jazz Greats with Rochester Ties
(September 9, 2002)
EVENT: EVENT: "Revolution, War, Genocide: Competing Narratives"
(September 5, 2002)
EVENT: Reading by poet John Hollander as part of The Plutzik Memorial Series
(September 5, 2002)
EVENT: Le Jazz Hot Club, an evening of live jazz with Gap Mangione and a photo exhibition of renowned jazz musicians who played Rochester in the 1950s
(September 4, 2002)
EVENT: 30th annual Rochester Book Fair, sponsored by Friends of the University of Rochester Libraries
(September 4, 2002)
Salman Rushdie among Headliners for University's Literary Series
(August 29, 2002)
Rochester Introduces Global History Degree
(August 29, 2002)
Book Examines Popular Mexican Genre of Chronicle Writing
(August 27, 2002)
EVENT: EVENT: "Recent Idiosyncrasies," an exhibit of current work by Anne Havens, Rochester multi-media artist
(August 23, 2002)
Community Musicians Invited to Audition for University Orchestra
(August 9, 2002)
Rochester Professor to Edit Educational Philosophy Journal
(June 28, 2002)
"The Rich, The Poor, and American Politics," a lecture by scholar and activist Frances Fox Piven
(April 22, 2002)
Award-Winning South African Author to Read at University
(April 8, 2002)
From New York to Rochester: Strong Neighbors Make Strong Cities
(March 25, 2002)
Economic Historian Stanley Engerman Honored for Contributions
(June 6, 2001)