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Pursue a degree or take courses in arts and humanities, engineering, natural sciences, or social sciences.

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Nationally recognized programs characterized by close contact between students and faculty.

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Donald Hall

Dean Hall shares priorities, vision for AS&E

Donald Hall, the new dean of the faculty for Arts, Sciences and Engineering discusses his approach to building academic communities, growing an increasingly diverse and inclusive faculty, and fostering the internationalization of higher education. Hear what he had to say during the Quadcast podcast.

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    Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

    Monday, November 5, 2018

    Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, a basketball icon, activist, author, actor, and ambassador, will speak on Monday, November 5, at the Feldman Ballroom in Douglass Commons. The 7 p.m. talk is free and open to the general public. His talk is the first in a series called Dean’s Initiative: Difficult Conversations as a Catalyst for Change, presented by Donald Hall. Space is limited, so reserve your seat today.

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    Advising Week

    October 29 to November 2, 2018

    During the week prior to registration, a number of special events are held so that students can meet with faculty, learn about academic opportunities, and prepare for registration.

    Advising Week events include departmental advising hours, interest meetings, and other special events.

    See the department/program advising information for the specific opportunities and events.

    376full-time faculty

    Through innovative research and dedication to professional excellence, our award-winning faculty is the foundation of our university, and our students’ successes.

    77percent of students

    Are involved in undergraduate research. Students can assist a faculty member on an existing research project, or create a project based on their own ideas.

    Rochester Curriculum

    People do their best when doing what they love. At Rochester, you build your own curriculum with your own unique strengths and interests. There are no required subjects. You study only what you’re passionate about, choosing a major in one of the three divisions of learning and taking thematic three-course clusters in other areas.

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