Events

Tuesday, November 13

Exhibit: Celebrating 25 Years - Latino Studies Program at Cornell University, 1987 – 2012

As part LSP's 25th anniversary celebration, the Latino Studies Program invites you to stop by Olin Library and visit the book exhibit (display cases across...

Jerry Mischak Exhibition: Follow the Leak

Jerry Mischak's work utilizes humble and accessible material — they are investigations that reference the body and its environment. His drawings to date...

Better Proces Control School - Acidfied Foods Only

The Better Process Control Schools (BPCS) certify supervisors of thermal processing systems, acidification, and container closure evaluation programs for...

Department of Clinical Sciences Resident Seminar Series

"Strategies for Teaching Students in the Clinics" Speaker: Dr. Peggy Brosnahan Equine Genetics Center Baker Institute for Animal Health

Capitalizing on Social Medial for Learning (Teaching with Technology Series)

Most students connect daily to each other via social media tools. This session introduces participants to novel ways specific tools can be incorporated to...

Exhibit:  Artists explore U.S.-Mexico border and gender

On Nov. 8, Maria Fernandez gave an artist's talk about the exhibit of her photographs of the U.S.-Mexico border, which she has installed at the Latino...

Wardrobes and Rabbit Holes: A Dark History of Children's Literature

In recent years literature for children has seen a tremendous surge in the public consciousness, and many concerned adults have spoken out against what they...

Cinemania: Harun Farocki and Holly Zausner

"Cinemania" turns the gallery into a laboratory for film, much like an editing room, where individual shots are closely examined before being assembled into...

Flu Clinic

Gannett recommends campus-wide vaccination in order to maximize the benefit of protection from illness. Flu vaccine is FREE to enrolled Cornell students,...

Harry Bertoia: Sound and Vision

Born Arieto Bertoia in Italy, Harry Bertoia (1915–1978) emigrated to the United States with as a teenager and became a prolific sculptor, printmaker, and...

Illuminated: The Art of Sacred Books

Organized by the Rubin Museum of Art and cocurated by Agniezska Helman-Wazny (a former visiting scholar at Cornell), this exhibition explores the aesthetic...

Mirror of the City: The Printed View in Italy and Beyond, 1450-1940

This exhibition of prints, drawings, and books aims to assert the crucial role of the repeatable image in developing the Western concept of the city. It...

Davide Tarizzo, "Lacan and the Question of the Political Subject"

Davide Tarizzo teaches Moral Philosophy at the University of Salerno and Political Philosophy at the University of Naples "L'Orientale." He is also a...

Make Week @ Cornell

Make Week is a collaborative experiment to bring together makers from different disciplines to work on creative and innovative projects over the course of...

Retiring From Driving: A resource for caregivers

Way2Go and The Community Dispute Resolution Center (CDRC) have developed this collaborative effort that strives to support senior drivers and their families...

Topology, Crystalized

LASSP & A&EP Seminar by Liang Fu, MIT

Jurisdictional Borderlands: Extraterritoriality and “Legal ‎Chameleons” in Pre-‎Colonial Alexandria, 1840-1870

"Clarke Initiative Colloquium on Law and Development in the Middle East and North Africa." Ziad Fahmy is an Assistant Professor of Modern Middle East...

Book Talk: Social Zooarchaeology: Humans and Animals in Prehistory

Animals have touched the life of every human, whether it’s raising them for food, keeping them as pets, or just observing them in their natural environment....

Daily Sun Dialogues: Drinking and Hazing at Cornell

This fall, The Cornell Daily Sun will launch a new medium for the local community to interact with its news. Twice a semester, The Sun will host Daily Sun...

Diwali Festival of Lights

Join us for an evening of delicious foods celebrating Diwali, the five-day Festival of Lights. The menu includes bhel puri, fruit chaat, samosas, lamb korma,...

Marie-Dominique Garnier, Workshop: "What's Your Minor? Deleuze and Guattari's Concept of Minority"

Marie-Dominique Garnier is Professor of English literature at the University of Paris VIII, where she teaches courses and seminars on 17th century poetry and...

Whore of Babalon

Nina Arsenault is a critically acclaimed interdisciplinary artist who has worked in live performance, photography, video art, writing and popular national...

Peace Corps General Information

If your are thinking about applying to serve as a volunteer, you are strongly encouraged to attend this information session. Application process will be...

The Dr T Project: A Cornell Hitchhiker's Guide to Culture

Join Shawkat Toorawa, Mews Faculty-in-Residence and Associate Professor of Near Eastern Studies, for 30 minutes of culture, tea, and shortbread.

Choice in America: What it Means to be Pro-Choice Today

Vicki Saporta ILR '74 President & CEO National Abortion Federation One of the foremost defenders of choice, access to care and provider safety.

Cornell Club of Greater Miami - Inspiration and Entrepreneurial Ideas from the World of Microfinance

Inspiration and Entrepreneurial Ideas from the World of MicrofinanceCo-sponsored with the Wharton Club of South FloridaTuesday, November 13, 20126:30-8:30...

“To Kill a Kelpie” - Film Screening

On Tuesday, November 13, the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs (CIPA) is co-sponsoring a film screening of "To Kill a Kelpie," as well as a policy...

The Story of Film: An Odyssey in 15 Parts

2011 > UK > Directed by Mark Cousins With Stanley Donen, Gus van Sant, Lars Von Trier, Wim Wenders, Abbas Kiarostami, Claire Denis, Bernardo Bertolucci A...

Bulgarian Wedding Band Kabile at Cornell!

Come join us for an evening of traditional Bulgarian folk music and dance with Kabile! The program will include: - concert (45min): sit and listen to the...

Tuesday, November 13