As we make the leap into March, enjoy a look back at how we spent February at the University of Rochester—from snow to sun and everything in between.
Dmitry Bykov discusses the late Russian opposition leader’s legacy, his own poisoning, and why Navalny posed a threat to the Russian president.
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.
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.
Crystal Sellers Battle articulates a path toward long-term cultural change at the Eastman School of Music.
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.
Named positions celebrate the contributions of professors as researchers, scholars, and teachers.
Manchester has spearheaded key campus health initiatives, including the tobacco-free campaign and Eastman Performing Arts Medicine.
In the role, Kipp Campbell will ensure the rights, welfare, and safety of all University research participants are protected.