Events

Tuesday, November 20

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...

The Research Paper's Spring Cover Photo Contest!

The Research Paper, Cornell's undergraduate research magazine, is hosting a Spring Cover Photo Contest! The theme is anything relevant for a SPRING issue!...

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...

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...

Farm Animal Wellbeing: Who's Guarding the Hen House?

Join us for a discussion on animal welfare as Dr. Monty Moss, a veterinarian and pork producer from Indiana, shares his experiences with the different forms...

ORIE Colloquium: Dan Adelman (Univ. of Chicago) - Dynamic Electricity Pricing for Smart Homes

The electricity industry is now undergoing a dramatic transformation as computerization is being driven down to the home level through smart meters and smart...

Department of Biomedical Sciences

College of Veterinary Medicine Department of Biomedical Sciences Seminar Speaker Dr. Paul J. Higgins Professor and Director, Center for Cell Biology & Cancer...

Sibley School Colloquium Series

Kimberly Kenyon, Associate Directory, Center for Teaching Excellence, Cornell University, "Current Research on Undergraduate Learning and Implications for...

Topological Superconductors and Insulators: New and Improved!

LASSP & A&EP Seminar by Johnpierre Paglione, Center for Nanophysics and Advanced Materials, Department of Physics, University of Maryland

Middle Eastern Legal Consciousness

"Clarke Initiative Colloquium on Law and Development in the Middle East and North Africa." Sadeq Z. Bigdeli is a Senior Lecturer at the University of...

"The Damascus-Medina Telegraph Line and the Ottoman-Bedouin Relations Along the Ottoman Arabian Frontiers"

Using the extension of the telegraph line from Damascus to Medina at the turn of the 20th century as a case study, and relying on Ottoman and British...

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.

Women's Basketball

CU Womenn's Basketball vs. Manhattan Basketball

Cornell Club of the Greater Capital District - CAAAN Volunteer Training

Nov. 20: Training for Alumni Admissions AmbassadorsCAAAN is the Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network, a group of 9,500 proud Cornell alumni who serve...

Tuesday, November 20