Events

Wednesday, October 22

4-H Club Officer Training

4-H Club Officer Training

CCE Ulster

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Anthony Titus: Surface Mining

Anthony Titus: Surface Mining

Art

The exhibition Surface Mining creates a dynamic exchange between a series of paintings, sculptural works, and their relative locations in space. While...

Bibliowicz Family Gallery, Milstein Hall  
Ensuring a Ready Workforce in the Mohawk Valley

Ensuring a Ready Workforce in the Mohawk Valley

CCE Oneida

Ensuring a Ready Workforce in the Mohawk Valley October 22, 2014 8:30am to 10am Holiday Inn Utica 1777 Burrstone Rd New Hartford, NY 13413 You and other key...

 
Gensler: Shanghai Tower

Gensler: Shanghai Tower

Art

At mid-century, Shanghai will be the gateway city of the world's leading economy. With an integrated approach to design and technology, Shanghai Tower...

John Hartell Gallery, Sibley Dome  
IP & Pizza Startup Primer

IP & Pizza Startup Primer

Intellectual property (IP) is an important part of most startups in technology sectors and can significantly impact the startup’s fund raising, valuation,...

Mann Library, 102  
In Contesto: in context Cornell Urban and Regional Study in Rome

In Contesto: in context Cornell Urban and...

Students in the urban studies Rome Workshop, CRP 4160, spend 20 hours per week in neighborhoods exploring public space, urban design, social housing,...

West Sibley Gallery  
Photography: Identity and the Global Lens

Photography: Identity and the Global Lens

Art

Undergraduates art students Dabin Lee (B.F.A., '16), Jessica Chu (B.F.A. '16), Morgan Bang (B.F.A. '15), Danni Shen (B.A./B.F.A. '15), Rachel Margolis...

Olive Tjaden Gallery, Tjaden Hall  
Stream Basics and Planning for Flood Resiliency

Stream Basics and Planning for Flood Resiliency

CCE Orange

A Streams 101: Stream Basics and Planning for Flood Resiliency program will be held on October 22, 2014 from 2:30 – 5:00 pm at Gilman Center of SUNY Orange,...

 
The Past and Future of Fiber Science & Apparel Design: Common Ground, Evolving Mission, New Solutions

The Past and Future of Fiber Science &... 7:00am

Exhibit / Fiber Science & Apparel Design

The Department of Fiber Science & Apparel Design welcomes you to their exhibit celebrating the sesquicentennial of Cornell University. This display utilizes...

Human Ecology Building (HEB), Elizabeth Schmeck Brown Costume and Textile Gallery  
For a Quart of Ale Is a Dish Fit for a King

For a Quart of Ale Is a Dish Fit for a King 8:00am

Exhibit / Cornell University Library, Mann Library

Whether at the Chapter House near Cornell or an upscale pub in Manhattan, the craft beer movement may seem like a new phenomenon — but it has deep roots in...

Mann Library, Lobby  
West Campus Yoga

West Campus Yoga 8:35am

Join Keeton and Bethe GRFs for a West Campus-only yoga class with a teacher so awesome she's published a book in 6 languages! Come form a good habit for...

Noyes Community Center  
27th Annual ILR Career Fair

27th Annual ILR Career Fair 10:00am

Don't miss this great event! Representatives from a variety of employers visit campus to discuss opportunities, especially those seeking full-time employment...

Statler Hotel, Carrier Ballroom  
An Eye for Detail: Dutch Painting from the Leiden Collection

An Eye for Detail: Dutch Painting from the... 10:00am

Exhibit / Johnson Museum of Art

A yearlong exhibition presents twelve paintings from the New York-based Leiden Collection, one of the most important private collections 17th-century Dutch...

Johnson Museum of Art  
Jie (Boundaries): Contemporary Art from Taiwan

Jie (Boundaries): Contemporary Art from Taiwan 10:00am

Exhibit / Johnson Museum of Art

Through the lens of different generations of contemporary artists from Taiwan, this multimedia exhibition examines the effects of globalization on the...

Johnson Museum of Art  
Surrealism and Magic

Surrealism and Magic 10:00am

Exhibit / Johnson Museum of Art, Kroch Library

Inspired by the magic-themed library of artist Kurt Seligmann, acquired by Cornell upon his death, this exhibition explores the surrealists' interest in...

Johnson Museum of Art  
A3C and AASP Wednesday Lunch Series with  BJ Siasoco and David Sun

A3C and AASP Wednesday Lunch Series with BJ... 12:00pm

Food/Catering

Join the Asian American Studies Program and the Asian & Asian American Center on Wednesday, October 22nd at noon for an informal discussion and catered lunch...

429 Rockefeller Hall  
New Student Reading Program - Fairfield County

New Student Reading Program - Fairfield County 12:00pm

Alumni

Eric Acree, Director of the Africana Library,and Anne Kenney, Carl A. Kroch University Librarian, will lead a discussion about the New Student Reading...

Stamford Yacht Club  
Jugatae Seminar Series

Jugatae Seminar Series 12:15pm

Seminar / Entomology

Saskya Van Nouhuys "The Puzzle of Partial Resource Use by a Parasitoid Wasp” hosted by Ann Hajek (aeh4@cornell.edu)

Comstock Hall, 2123 (and A137 Barton Hall)  
Panel: Recognizing Freedom from Domestic Violence as a Human Right in Tompkins County, NY

Panel: Recognizing Freedom from Domestic... 12:20pm

Panel Discussion / Law School

Cornell Law School’s Avon Global Center for Women and Justice and Global Gender Justice Clinic and the Advocacy Center for Tompkins County present:...

Saperston Student Lounge, G65  
CALS Study Abroad 101

CALS Study Abroad 101 1:00pm

Presentation / College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

These meetings cover factors to consider when selecting a program, the study abroad application and approval process, and other important information. All...

Roberts Hall  
LEPP Theory Seminar

LEPP Theory Seminar 2:00pm

Seminar / Physics, LEPP, CLASSE

Anson Hook, IAS Asymmetric Hawking Radiation: Baryogenesis from Hawking Radiation: We show that in the presence of a chemical potential, black hole...

Physical Sciences Building, 401  
Your First Internship: Why it's important and how to get it

Your First Internship: Why it's important and... 2:30pm

Networking, Career / Arts & Sciences Career Services, Latino Studies Program

Learn all about internships, geared especially for first-time internship seekers! Find out the benefits of having an internship, where to begin the...

Rockefeller Hall, LSP Conference Room. 429  
"Siderophile Element Constraints on Terrestrial Planet Formation, Differentiation and Mantle Mixing"

"Siderophile Element Constraints on... 3:30pm

Seminar / CALS Communications, College of Engineering, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Sustainability

EAS Fall 2014 Seminar by Prof. Richard Walker from the University of Maryland. Refreshments will be served at 3:00 p.m. in the Snee Hall Atrium.

 
Teaming Up to Teach: Best Practices

Teaming Up to Teach: Best Practices 3:30pm

Seminar / Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE)

Team taught courses offer opportunities to increase student engagement and interdisciplinary partnerships by creating more dynamic learning environments....

Stimson Hall, 206  
Biophysics Colloquium

Biophysics Colloquium 4:00pm

Seminar / LASSP

Daniel Dombeck, Northwestern University. Host: Chris Xu. Title: Functional imaging of place cell dendrites during virtual navigation: implications for...

Clark Hall, 700  
Gianni Dessì

Gianni Dessì 4:15pm

Lecture / Art

Gianni Dessì received his first artistic education at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, getting a degree in scenography with Toti Scialoia. In the...

Via dei Barbieri 6, Rome, Palazzo Lazzaroni  
Abigail Cooke: Does Immigrant Diversity Make Urban Workers More Productive?

Abigail Cooke: Does Immigrant Diversity Make... 4:30pm

Lecture

Abigail Cooke is an assistant professor of geography at the University at Buffalo (UB). She is an economic geographer with particular interests in how trade...

West Sibley Hall, Room 115  
Always Coca-Cola

Always Coca-Cola 4:30pm

Author Appearance, Lecture, Reading / Near Eastern Studies

Always Coca-Cola, a reading by Alexandra Chreiteh. Arabic Reading, October 22nd. 4:30 p.m., 106 White Hall English Reading, October 23rd. 4:30 p.m.,...

White Hall, 106  
Book Talk: A Plague of Informers: Conspiracy and Political Trust in William III’s England

Book Talk: A Plague of Informers: Conspiracy... 4:30pm

Author Appearance / Cornell University Library, Olin Library, College of Arts & Sciences, History

Turbulent years followed the Revolution of 1688, and a fragile new government attempted to earn the people’s trust. Even when the objective is to bring...

Olin Library, Room 107  
Fulbright U. S. Student Program Information Session

Fulbright U. S. Student Program Information... 4:30pm

The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies

This information session for undergraduate students provides an introduction and application guidance to the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Open to...

Uris Hall, G08  
Shoals Marine Lab Open House

Shoals Marine Lab Open House 4:30pm

Special Event

Please join us as we present summer 2015 opportunities at Shoals and the 2014 John M. Anderson Award for Excellence in Natural History. Hear from our...

Corson-Mudd Hall, Atrium and Morrison Room  
Veterinary  Senior Seminars

Veterinary Senior Seminars 4:30pm

Seminar / Veterinary College

Emily Cornwell - Mortality Event in Spring Chinook Broodstock at an Eastern Washington Hatchery Melissa Navarro Torres (Ross) - Chemotherapy Treatment in a...

Veterinary College, Lecture Hall I  
William R. Sears Distinguished Lecture: Major General Charles F. Golden Jr., NASA Administrator

William R. Sears Distinguished Lecture: Major... 4:30pm

Lecture / Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

"NASA's Roadmap to Tomorrow's Missions" - William R. Sears Distinguished Lecture: Major General Charles F. Golden Jr., NASA Administrator

Phillips Hall, 101  
GOLDWATER SCHOLARSHIP SESSION

GOLDWATER SCHOLARSHIP SESSION 4:35pm

Class/ Workshop / Cornell Career Services

Scholarship of $7500 per year applicable towards undergraduate educational expenses for students in the science, math, & engineering majors. Must apply soph...

Barnes Hall, 103  
Cornell Career Services: Preparing Visual Materials for Design Careers

Cornell Career Services: Preparing Visual... 4:45pm

Art

Are you interested in a career in design? Don't miss this informative workshop where we will share ideas, tips, and suggestions on effective visual...

West Sibley Hall, AAP Connect B1  
Developing Critical Thinking Skills

Developing Critical Thinking Skills 4:45pm

Class/ Workshop / Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE)

How can you ensure that your students are organized and motivated learners who think critically about course material and used learned information to...

Plant Science, 143  
Fall Workshop Wednesdays for Students

Fall Workshop Wednesdays for Students 4:45pm

Class/ Workshop / Johnson Museum of Art

Relax after a day of classes with a Museum tour followed by an art-making workshop. Space at these free events is limited and first-come,...

Johnson Museum of Art  
Cornell Urban Scholars Program Info Session

Cornell Urban Scholars Program Info Session 5:00pm

Presentation / Engaged Learning + Research, Public Service Center, Academic Diversity Initiatives

Cornell Urban Scholars Program (CUSP) introduces students to the problem-solving and community-building efforts of NYC's most innovative non-profit and...

GSH, 164  
Public Lecture by Masha Gessen

Public Lecture by Masha Gessen 5:00pm

Lecture / Department of Music, Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Studies, Government, Comparative Literature, Society for the Humanities

Public Lecture: Masha Gessen presents "Putin's War Against the West." Journalist and LGBTQ activist, Gessen is author of the critically acclaimed Words Will...

A.D. White House, Guerlac Room  
Peter Stutchbury: Ancient Thinking

Peter Stutchbury: Ancient Thinking 5:15pm

Lecture

Time spent living in the desert country of western New South Wales during Peter Stutchbury’s formative years allowed him to develop an appreciation of the...

Milstein Hall, Abby and Howard Milstein Auditorium  
CIPA-CRP Graduate Mixer

CIPA-CRP Graduate Mixer 6:00pm

Mixer for graduate students hosted by the Cornell Public Affairs Society

Big Red Barn  
Cornell Alumni Association of Greater Houston - Cornell Faculty Lecture Series at Kinkaid High School

Cornell Alumni Association of Greater Houston -... 6:00pm

Alumni

Associate professor Adam Levine will be visiting Houston to lecture at Kinkaid high school this October 22nd at PM. The topic of this lecture is"American...

Houston, TX  
House Dinner: Chicken Marsala, Shrimp Pad Thai

House Dinner: Chicken Marsala, Shrimp Pad Thai 6:00pm

Chicken Marsala, shrimp Pad Thai, roasted orzo pilaf, grilled cheese sandwiches, garlic cheese bread, fresh veggies, salads, fruit, desserts and more! Becker...

Carl Becker House, Dining Room  
Leaders in SGE Colloquium Presents, Dr. Laurie Marker, Executive Director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund

Leaders in SGE Colloquium Presents, Dr. Laurie... 6:00pm

Lecture / Johnson Graduate School of Management, Sustainability

Session is open to all Cornell Faculty, Staff and Students Dr. Laurie Marker is Founder and Executive Director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)....

B09 Sage Hall  
New Student Reading Project - New York

New Student Reading Project - New York 6:00pm

Alumni

Anne Kenney, Carl A. Kroch University Librarian and Eric Acree, Director of the Africana Library, invite you to an engaging dicussion about this year's New...

Home of Marilyn Friedman '66  
Balch Hall Community Dinner

Balch Hall Community Dinner 6:30pm

Food/Catering / Dean of Students

Hosted by FIR Paul Merrill every Wednesday at Appel on the third floor. Join your fellow residents, residential staff, faculty, and special guests. Balch...

Appel Commons, North Star Eatery - 3rd floor  
Take a Breath Cornell

Take a Breath Cornell 6:30pm

Consciousness club, under its ongoing initiate called "Take a breath,Cornell!" brings yet another session of "How are you breathing today?" FREE and open...

Willard Straight Hall, Music Room  
"Blue Tattoo" Film screening

"Blue Tattoo" Film screening 7:00pm

Film, Meeting, Performance

Live Music by Joe Crookston Ithaca Premiere of Documentary Film Blue Tattoo Dr. Jonathan Aaron Boyarin to facilitate a Community Conversation following the...

Cinemapolis  
Becker/Rose Cafe: What Role for Business in Global Poverty Reduction?

Becker/Rose Cafe: What Role for Business in... 7:00pm

with Christopher B. Barrett Director, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

Flora Rose House, Library, Room 120  
CAAAN Training Session

CAAAN Training Session 7:00pm

Alumni

Its time to kick-off a new CAAAN year!So far we've done two college fairs this year (Urban League and Suburban Cincinnati College Fairs) with tremendous...

Cincinnati, OH  
Ansatz "Ebola: An evolving mix of facts and fallacies" with Alfonso Torres Professor and Associate Dean, Veterinary Medicine & Bethe House House Fellow

Ansatz "Ebola: An evolving mix of facts... 7:15pm

Presentation

Casual conversation after House Dinner each Wednesday evening in House Professor Scott MacDonald's apartment.

Bethe House Professor's Apartment, 125  
Othello (1952) w/intro by Prof. Barbara Correll (English)

Othello (1952) w/intro by Prof. Barbara Correll... 7:15pm

Film / Cornell Cinema

Restored Film! You've never seen cinematic Shakespeare until you've seen it performed by Orson Welles. This story of a general betrayed by his self-serving...

Willard Straight Theatre  
HADM3135/6135 Conversations with Entrepreneurs

HADM3135/6135 Conversations with Entrepreneurs 7:30pm

Class/ Workshop

Conversations with Entrepreneurs is intended to expose students to the entrepreneurial journey. Weekly guest speakers interact with students to create a...

Statler Hotel School, 396  
CU Music: flutists Juliana May Pepinsky & Elizabeth Shuhan

CU Music: flutists Juliana May Pepinsky &... 8:00pm

Music, Performance / Department of Music

Juliana May Pepinsky and Elizabeth Shuhan, flutes, with pianist Carolyn Grossmann. Features music for two flutes written and arranged by women flutists.

Barnes Hall, Auditorium  

Wednesday, October 22

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