Events

Monday, October 29

Richard Meier: Artistic Conscience

Richard Meier: Artistic Conscience explores the relationship between art and architecture as seen through the artistic conscience of Cornell alumnus and...

Travulgar Square: Ben Nicholson Drawing, 1976-77

Travulgar Square began its life in 1975, at a time when London was suffering a hangover from the 1960s and the stark realization that the post WWII Welfare...

Missing Data Workshop

Two-part workshop! Missing data are very common in all types of data sets, but most statistical procedures assume that all data are observed. The result is...

Collecting Imagination: Treasures from the Walker Library of the History of Human Imagination

Through a remarkable array of rare books, manuscripts, and artifacts from the collection of Jay ('77) and Eileen ('76, '78) Walker, this exhibition showcases...

"Reframing the Latin American Archive: Mural Painting in the Colonial Andes"

Co-sponsored by the Latin American Studies Program, Latino Studies Program, and the Committe on U.S.-Latin American Relations Ananda Cohen Suarez is a...

Latinos in the Law

The purpose of this event is to highlight Latino Cornell Alumni & Latinos in the Law! Come hear about these amazing panelists and their career paths! The...

Improving the abiotic stress tolerance of floriculture crops – why, how, and who cares?

Department of Horticulture Seminar Series Neil Mattson Assistant professor and floriculture extension specialist, Horticulture, Cornell University Also...

First in Class - POSTPONED

POSTPONED due to storm. To be rescheduled. The Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives presents: Calling all First Generation College Students! Please...

Kevin Wanner seminar on Molecular Evolution of Sex Pheromone Detection in Ostrinia Moths

Entomology Seminar Series, hosted by Charles Linn will also be available via Polycom in 2123 Comstock.

Allostery and Coupling in G Protein-Coupled Receptors

This seminar is part of the Molecular Medicine Fall 2012 seminar series.

"Justice, Opportunity and Education Reform in the United States"

The fourth lecture in the series "Deep Issues of the 2012 Elections: Equality, Liberty, and Democracy," sponsored by the Program on Ethics & Public Life,...

Co-sponsored by GPSAFC and Open to the Graduate Community

1L Academic panel discussing outlining, hornbooks and how to prepare for upcoming exams

UDALL SCHOLARSHIP SESSION

Apply sophomore or junior year. $5000 scholarship applicable towards undergrad educational expenses. U.S. citizens who are sophs and jrs in a range of fields...

Cornell in Washington, Internship Meeting

Cornell in Washington is a Cornell academic program offering students in any college or any major the opportunity to gain work experience with a for-profit...

June Yap Lecture: You and I, We have Never Been So Far Apart: Art in South and Southeast Asia

June Yap is a curator based in Singapore, currently on a curatorial residency for the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative, as curator for South and...

"Energy and Climate: Flip Sides of the Same Crisis"

Special Speaker Series for Sustainable Earth, Energy, and Environmental Systems (SEEES). Talk by Prof. Rick Allmendinger, EAS Dept., Cornell University.

"The Bluebird Effect" with artist/author Julie Zickefoose

In The Bluebird Effect: Uncommon Bonds with Common Birds, author Julie Zickefoose describes raising orphaned chicks and tending injured birds. When it comes...

Cornell Alumni Association of the Ithaca Area - Haunted History Tour

Cornell Alumni Association of the Ithaca Area Haunted History Tour Monday, October 29, 2012 8:00 pm - 9:00 p.m. In the spirit of the season, learn about the...

Monday, October 29