Rochester experts discuss Putin’s intense fear of critics, the history of Russian and Soviet opposition movements, and what’s next for Russia’s dissidents.
A popular optical engineering course equips students with technical and professional skills while putting them on the radar of industry-connected alumni.
Still Falling, English professor Jennifer Grotz’s fourth collection of poems, illuminates the connection between art and time.
Rochester researchers are uncovering the unexpected role of grain shape in the mixing of granular systems such as pharmaceuticals, cereal, and landslides.
A collection of essays coedited by Jason Middleton explores the “monster” of late capitalism lurking in modern American horror films.
Rochester undergraduates developed a 3D-printing system to replicate chemicals found in plants, including those endangered by climate change.
About 20 percent of Rochester’s undergraduate student body are the first in their family to make the higher education leap.
Mark your calendars for April 8, 2024, when the University of Rochester’s River Campus will be among the prime viewing spots for the next total solar eclipse.
The $3M in funding will help advance innovative and strategic faculty hiring in the Department of Black Studies.
Financial aid funding is rising by 7 percent to $175 million in institutional grants and scholarships.
The Air Force Office of Scientific Research, World Gastroenterology Organization, and National Academies of Practice are honoring Rochester faculty.
Marsh brings more than 30 years of experience in the public and private sectors to the role.