Events

Thursday, November 15

Celebrating our History, Continuing the Cornell Legacy

3 Big Red Events Celebrating Our History, Continuing the Cornell LegacyWelcome Reception with Cornell Delegation Headed by Dean Kathryn Boor, College of...

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...

Your 401(k): Deep-Sixed or a Secure Future?"

Cornell O.C. Business Luncheon at the Center Club: “Your 401(k): Deep-Sixed or a Secure Future?”We are privileged to have as our guest speaker Cornellian and...

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...

Mindfulness Meditation, 8 Week Series

Reduce your stress & negative self-talk. Improve your focus & efficiency. Boost your immune system. Max. 15 participants. For details, email ajc3

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...

Fine Arts Library Tour

This November, take a tour of the Fine Arts Library in Rand Hall. We will tell you about our collections, services and activities.

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...

Bird songs: What information do they communicate, and what keeps them honest?

The songs and calls of birds of course advertise the singer’s species and often its sex. But some might be surprised to learn that subtle variants of a...

AEM Graduate Student Association Brown Bag

AEM GSA Brown Bag Series showcases graduate student research, invited speakers and panel discussions that address topics of interest to the AEM graduate...

Business Luncheon at the Center Club - " Your 401(k): Deep-Sixed or a Secure Future?"

We are privileged to have as our guest speaker Cornellian andInvestmentment Expert:Tom Jacobs,Portfolio Manager and Advisor, Motley Fool Special Ops,...

Art for Lunch: Sacred Books

Ellen Avril, the Johnson's curator of Asian art, and Laurent Ferri, assistant curator of rare books and manuscripts in the Division of Rare and Manuscript...

Consequences between Electronic and Classical Glasses: Quantum Dynamical Heterogeneities and Quantum Critical Jamming

Strongly Correlated Informal Thursday Seminar (SCITS) by Zohar Nussinov, Department of Physics, Washington University in St. Louis

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...

SEAP Brown Bag Lecture Series, " Shortage in the midst of abundance: Food insecurity condition in Papua, Indonesia"

The Papua region is the easternmost part of Indonesia, which is known to have great natural resources, both renewable as well as nonrenewable. Its landscape...

Rethinking Diversionary Theories of Conflict

Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies brown bag seminar luncheon.

Retiring From Driving: A Resource for Caregivers Overview

This presentation will be an overview of the workshops offered in Tompkins County by Way2Go and CDRC (Community Dispute Resolution Center) that support...

communicators@cornell: University Communications

This month the communicators@cornell meeting will feature a presentation from Tommy Bruce, vice president for University Communications, on "A Peek Under the...

Local Fair

Now in its 4th year, the Local Fair at Mann Library will feature a vendor market for local products and an information fair. The fair will showcase Cornell...

Analysis of Pre-test Post-test Data

A pretest-posttest research design is a simple form of a repeated-measures design where a baseline measurement is taken on subjects randomized to control and...

Book Reading for Children (K-5)

Title: "Loon" by Susan Vande Griek, illustrated by Karen Reczuch Description: Join us for the reading of this lyrical story following two loon chicks from...

"Beyond Simply Small: Progress in Advanced Transistor Architectures"

MSE Fall Seminar given by Dr. Kelin Kuhn from Intel Corporation. Refreshments will be served at 3:30pm in 260 Bard Lounge.

Composition of enological nutrients and their effect on malolactic fermentation

In current enology, it is customary to supply musts with nutrients to prevent sluggish and stuck fermentations. Enological nutrients may be legally added in...

Exoplanet Population: Census & Demographic Analysis

In the last two decades, exoplanet hunters have expanded into the "Wild West" of planet discoveries, revealing surprisingly diverse exoplanet systems. Time...

Functionalization of whey protein by reactive supercritical fluid extrusion

Whey protein concentrate (WPC) was modified using a reactive supercritical fluid extrusion (RSCFX) process. The process conducted at acidic pH and in the...

LAMC: Rodent Handling Lab

The Lab Animal Medicine Club will be having a wet lab on Rodent Handling on Thursday November 15, 2012 from 4-6PM. This lab will allow students to learn how...

BME 7900: "Cardiovascular Tissue Engineering Based on Cell-remodeled Biopolymers"

BME 7900 Seminar Series talk by Bob Tranquillo, University of Minnesota. We are attempting to develop engineered cardiovascular tissues based on the...

ORIE Colloquium: Vivek Farias (MIT) - A New Approach to Learning and Modeling Choice

Abstract:Modeling how customers choose from among a set of alternatives is a central problem in operations and marketing. Real world implementations of many...

CSES Lecture Series: Siegwart Lindenberg, University of Groningen

"The Power of Social Cues" Siegwart M. Lindenberg (PhD Harvard 1971) is professor of Cognitive Sociology at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. He...

Lecture: Witness for the Witnesses: Geoffrey Hill and Resistance

Kenneth Haynes, Professor of Comparative Literature and Classics at Brown University will discuss the work of poet Geoffrey Hill.

Roberto González-Echevarría, The John Kronik Memorial Lecture: "El Aleph: A Kaleidoscope of Borges’ Fiction”

Roberto González Echevarría is the Sterling professor of Hispanic and Comparative Literature at Yale University, and one of the most influential scholars...

Lecture by Dr. Mitchell Bard: "The Election's Implications for U.S.-Mideast Policy"

Dr. Bard is an American foreign policy analyst, editor and author who specializes in U.S.-Middle East policy. He is the Executive Director of the non-profit...

Shoals Marine Lab Open House

Join Shoals students, faculty and staff at our annual open house to learn more about 2013 marine biology courses, and paid internships in marine biology and...

Artist's Talk: Holly Zausner

Artist Holly Zausner will discuss her work, currently on view at the Johnson Museum as part of the exhibition "Cinemania: Harun Farocki and Holly Zausner."

Stadium Runs

To sign up, e-mail GRF Darvin @ dg423

Aldo Aymonino Lecture

The MOSE Project: (Powerful) Engineering, (Vast) Landscape, and (Small) Architecture Aldo Aymonino is a design consultant for the consortium Venezia Nuova...

Cheese & Accompaniment Tasting

UPDATE 11/12: The registration for this event is now CLOSED. We have reached our allotted spaces in the room we've booked. We apologize, in advance, to...

Cornell Club of Colorado - All Ivy Denver Area Happy Hour

Reminder: this is a monthly event held on the same day of each month at the same location. So, please put this on your calendar, mark them as recurring...

Cornell Club of Fairfield County: Dessert Wines Around the World

Cornell Club of Fairfield County: Dessert Wines Around the WorldJoin your fellow Cornellians for a wine tasting at Harry's Wine!Wines with a sweet flavor or...

Dancer in the Dark

2000 > Denmark > Directed by Lars von Trier With Bjork, Catherine Deneuve, David Morse Icelandic diva Bjork won the Best Actress award at the Cannes Film...

Interschool Mixer between Humanities, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, and City and Regional Planning

Mix, mingle, and meet grads from outside your field! Free snacks and soda. All graduate and professional students are welcome. Sponsored by the Graduate &...

2012 Racker Lecture

MBG Annual Racker Lecture Speaker: Dr. Lew Cantley, of Harvard Medical School, Department of Systems Biology Lecture title: "The Future of Cancer...

CU Music: Cornell Symphony Orchestra

Cornell Symphony Orchestra; Chris Younghoon Kim, conductor. Features the premiere of Bi-Focal by doctoral composer Yuan Peiying and Shostakovich’s Symphony...

Debate and Sing Night

Think you can hold your own in a debate? Come challenge members of the Cornell Forensics Society to a debate or sing-off. Bring a friend and get excited for...

Princess Mononoke

1997 > Japan > Directed by Hayao Miyazaki A beautiful and lush mythical tale about two young heroes who fight to save a magic forest from developers and...

Thursday, November 15