Events

Friday, November 15

Better Process Control School - Acidified Foods Only

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

Cornell Botanical Illustrators of the 20th Century

Most of us love art and most of us love to see beautiful plants. So, what happens when these two passions are combined for the purpose of scientific...

Tumor Board 2013-2014

Tumor board is a seminar series dedicated to fostering interdisciplinary study of topics relevant to veterinary oncology.

Integrating Community Based Learning & Teaching into Coursework: Faculty Experiences

Learn how to incorporate service-learning into coursework from internationally prominent scholar, Barbara Holland and hear from select faculty on their...

Now Scream!: the Hip Hop Collection exhibition

Cornell University Library’s new exhibition Now Scream! celebrates the Hip Hop culture's 40th birthday and the collection's first major exhibition. The...

Remembering Lincoln at Gettysburg

Cornell University Library’s new exhibition Remembering Lincoln at Gettysburg commemorates the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, his...

Cornell EMS Blood Drive

Help Cornell EMS celebrate National Collegiate EMS Week by signing up to donate blood at the Red Cross Blood Drive from 10am-3pm in Robert Purcell Community...

Encountering the Floating World: Ukiyo-e and the West

This exhibition explores the important relationship of Japanese prints to modern and contemporary fine and decorative art, and how this relationship...

Introduction to ArcGIS II

Prerequisite: Session I on November 1st. You will learn to create, import and display coordinates, import and join data spreadsheets and other advanced...

Laylah Ali: The Greenheads Series

Laylah Ali made more than eighty paintings on paper involving strange green-headed beings of indeterminate age, gender, race, and meaning. Over forty of...

Roger Shimomura: Minidoka on My Mind

Roger Shimomura’s series of paintings draws upon on his and his family’s experiences at Minidoka Relocation Center in Idaho, one of the internment camps...

SEQUOIA Recent Work by Slater Bradley

Slater Bradley is perhaps best known for his Doppelgänger Trilogy from the early 2000s, a melancholic series that explored the mythology of images and the...

Vietnamese Ceramics from the Menke Collection

The history of Vietnamese ceramic traditions reflects the complex history of Vietnam itself. Early on, during a millennium of rule by China, northern...

Metadata Working Group Forum - Name Authorities and Identity Management

Chiat Naun Chew will be discussing issues in post-AACR2 library authority practice such as undifferentiated names, pseudonyms, and the new headings...

Seminar with Juliet Fleming: "Spacing"

Following the Gottschalk lecture "Bibliography after Derrida" on Nov. 14th, Juliet Fleming conducts this seminar entitled "Spacing." Materials for this...

Dan Chitwood / Donald Danforth Plant Science Center

“Quantifying leaf morphology: perspectives on development and natural variation in leaf shape and size”

AEM GSA Seminar

Seminar organized by the Graduate Student Association of the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

Breastfeeding Education Series

This three-part series offered free of charge will give attendees evidence-based information covering the basics of breastfeeding, pumping/expressing milk,...

Engaged Cornell Speaker Series: “Navigating Large-Scale Change: The Growing Strategic Importance of Community Engagement in Higher Education”

The next decade will be a unique and transformative time in higher education around the globe as the impacts of two major developments emerge, for good or...

Ezra's Round Table/Systems Seminar: Don Woodlock (GE Healthcare) - Simulation Models at GE

We will discuss how General Electric has used simulation modeling to help its business and its customers. Mr. Woodlock will discuss using System Dynamics to...

"The World Bank and the Fight Against the Corruption"

Bio: Conrad C. Daly is a Consultant for the Europe and Central Asia (ECA) region of World Bank, and has been engaged principally in justice reform and in...

Politely Controlling What Your Host Translates without Cutting Them off: A Lesson From Cytomegalovirus

Ian Mohr, Ph.D. Professor, Dept. of Microbiology NYU Langone Medical Center http://microbiology-parasitology.med.nyu.edu/node/124 Infection & Immunity...

Perrin Lance Lecture: Resisting the Renaissance

Resisting the Renaissance: Organizing Chattanooga for Action Perrin J. Lance, a graduate in Middle Grades Education at the University of Tennessee at...

 Cornell & Univ Tokyo Symposium on Resilient & Sustainable Built Environment

This symposium is the third of a symposia series, following a 2011 Shanghai forum and a 2012 Tokyo symposium, supported by Japan Foundation Center for Global...

Dean's Distinguished Lecture Series:  Ted Tang '79, The Leading Hotels of the World

Throughout his 30-year career in the hospitality industry, Mr. Ted Teng has been responsible for the growth of some of the most prominent brands in the...

Anthropology Colloquium: Film — Caribbean Journey: Conversations with Sidney Mintz - Dale Tomich — Binghamton University

Co-sponsored by the Africana Studies and Research Center, the Department of Development Sociology, the Department of Sociology, the Department of History,...

MBG Racker Seminar

2013 Racker Seminar in Biology & Medicine Speaker: Ada Yonath, Ph.D. Director, Kimmelman Center for Biomolecular Structure & Assembly Title: "What was...

Environmental, Real Estate and Urban Economics Seminar, Tatiana Homonoff

http://www.economics.cornell.edu/seminars/environmentalurban.html

2014 Cornell Urban Scholars Program Info Session

The Cornell Urban Scholars Program, a collaborative effort between Engaged Learning + Research and the Public Service Center, introduces students to the...

Why Were Roman Imagines (masks of ancestors) Made of Wax?

Professor Harriet Flower is a Professor of Classics at Princeton University. Her research focus is on topics of spectacle and memory in Roman culture. Her...

Chasing Ice: Movie Dinner Discussion

Join Professor Kit Umbach from the Department of Material Science and Engineering and Faculty in Residence for Dickson Hall and Professor Jonathon Schuldt...

Auditions for Handel's Messiah at Risley

Every year come early December, Risley Residential College for the Creative and Performing Arts has traditionally organized an open reading of Handel's...

First-Year MFA Reading Series

Meet the first-year students in the Creative Writing MFA Program as they read selections from their fiction and poetry. Reading takes place at Buffalo...

Puzzle Palooza

Challenge yourself with CCP at Puzzle Palooza!, Appel's captivating logic puzzle tournament

CAPSU & A3C Presents: WongFu Productions

Cornell Asian Pacific Islander Union (CAPSU) and the Asian and Asian American Center (A3C) are bringing WongFu Productions to Cornell! WongFu Productions...

Cornell Club of Lexington - Cornell Basketball vs. Louisville Cardinals

Cornell Basketball vs. Louisville CardinalsDay: FridayDate: Nov. 15, 2013Location: KFC YUM! CENTERTime: 7:00 p.m. ETCoverageTV: WHASMeet at Malone's in Palomar.

Cornell Games Club Weekly Meeting

We play board games, card games, miniatures games, and role-playing games (RPGs). Attendance is free and open to anyone. Rules are taught for most games.

Shabbat Dinner

Come join us for our weekly communal Shabbat dinner at 104 West! All are welcome, and it only costs a meal swipe! Please reserve at dining.cornell.edu/kosher

THE CRAZY RAY (PARIS QUI DORT) & ENTR’ACTE with live musical accompaniment by local duo Tzar

1924/1925 > France > Directed by René Clair This program features two short silent films by celebrated French filmmaker René Clair. Entr’acte (1924, 22...

A Lie of the Mind

The Department of Performing and Media Arts at Cornell University is proud to announce the theatrical production of A Lie of the Mind by Sam Shepard,...

Fandom Friday: Doctor Who

Everything Doctor Who!Learn to write Gallifreyan, make Adipose stuffed animals, make your own TARDIS with graham crackers, show inspired mocktails and snacks

Musical Performance of Mina Tobias

Interested in live musical performances? Then what could be better than listening to one of Cornell’s very own, performing live? On Thursday, November 15, at...

PSA Presents: The Other Half of Tomorrow

Join the Pakistan Students Association in a directed discussion with filmmaker and author Sadia Shepard as she introduces "The Other Half of Tomorrow," a...

The Veritas Forum: Reason in a Place of Pain

The Veritas Forum at Cornell University seeks to engage students and faculty in discussions about life's hardest questions and the relevance of faith to all...

Nerd Nite Ithaca

It's that time again. What time you ask? Time to be there and be square because on November 15th there is another installment of Nerd Nite Ithaca. What is...

FARGO

1996 > USA > Directed by Ethan Coen With Steve Buscemi, Frances McDormand Whatcha got here is a real good movie about some folks who did some not so nice...

Friday, November 15