This special series of events brings the very best of Rochester directly to you and exemplifies the University of Rochester’s commitment to lifelong learning. Although currently being launched through online events, this is a permanent program that will be devoted to featuring topics and speakers unique to the University. Expand your knowledge and fulfill your intellectual curiosity through Experience Rochester.
In this series of short, TED style presentations, you will hear from alumni and faculty members about research and ideas that will take the School of Medicine, and Medical Center, to the next level.
These videos exemplify the values of the volunteer-led Women’s Network. Through dynamic programming and engaging conversations, the Network helps members connect and support one another.
This series of videos celebrates unique identities. It is our mission to offer exceptional opportunities to create and maintain meaningful connections with one another and with the University of Rochester.
A series of talks given by leading University faculty focused on relevant and timely topics.
MEL Talks, presented TED style, features an array of faculty, students, and alumni speaking on topics related to research, innovation, and artistry at the University and beyond.
Hear from staff of the University of Rochester Medical Center about the latest research and technologies in medicine.
Check out this additional series of thought-provoking digital events and webinars!
Led by alumni entrepreneurs, faculty, and Career Coaches, these convenient webinars offer valuable tools and strategies for every industry, background, and level of experience—helping you feel empowered and supported throughout your career journey.
Offered twice a year, the Rochester Forum event provides senior alumni and their guests unique opportunities to hear from leading University deans, faculty members, and researchers. These presentations have helped to expand the understanding of issues related to health and wellness, politics, medicine, the environment, and the arts. The Rochester Forum is supported and advised by the members of the Lifelong Learning Advisoy Council.