Events

Monday, November 4

Project Assassins

Project Assassins

Charity/Fundraiser

Campus-wide game of Assassins hosted by Project Hope. All proceeds will go to charity. Gameplay and rules can be found on the Facebook event page and on...

Cornell Campus  
Voyage Between Two Continents: From Africa to Patagonia with CAU

Voyage Between Two Continents: From Africa to...

Tour / School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions

Experience an epic transatlantic adventure from Africa to South America with Cornell's Adult University! Boarding the all-suite Corinthian in Freetown, the...

 
Maladjusted

Maladjusted 6:00am

Exhibit / Fiber Science & Apparel Design

Barbara L. Kuhlman Scholars’ Fiber and Wearable Arts Exhibition

Human Ecology Building (HEB), Jill Stuart Gallery  
Cornell Botanical Illustrators of the 20th Century

Cornell Botanical Illustrators of the 20th Century 8:00am

Exhibit / Cornell University Library, Mann Library

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...

Mann Library, Top Shelf Gallery, 1st floor  
Pioneers: Early Women Scientists at Cornell

Pioneers: Early Women Scientists at Cornell 8:00am

Exhibit / Cornell University Library, Mann Library

This display explores the lives and work of some of the brilliant and fascinating women engaged in scientific research at Cornell in the late 19th and early...

Mann Library, Lobby  
Now Scream!: the Hip Hop Collection exhibition

Now Scream!: the Hip Hop Collection exhibition 9:00am

Exhibit / Cornell University Library

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

Kroch Library, Hirshland Gallery, Level 2B, Rare and Manuscript Collections  
Remembering Lincoln at Gettysburg

Remembering Lincoln at Gettysburg 9:00am

Exhibit / Cornell University Library

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

Kroch Library, Level 2B, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections  
Organic Cover Crop Workshop and Tour

Organic Cover Crop Workshop and Tour 9:30am

Field Day / Sustainability

Originally scheduled for Oct. 17 but delayed due to federal government shut down, this workshop will feature speakers from Cornell University presenting in...

USDA-NRCS Big Flats Plant Materials Center, 3266 RT 352 Big Flats, NY 14814  
Talk By Ryan Alaniz

Talk By Ryan Alaniz 12:15pm

Seminar / Latin American Studies Program (LASP), Latino Studies Program

Ryan Alaniz received his bachelor’s degreee from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. He holds a Masters of Arts in Latin American studies from the University of...

Uris Hall, 202  
Farming and Nature: Looking at It from Both Sides

Farming and Nature: Looking at It from Both Sides 12:20pm

Seminar / Horticulture, Sustainability

Dr. Conrad Vispo, Hawthorne Valley Farmscape Ecology Program The Hawthorne Valley Farmscape Ecology Program has spent 10 years exploring the...

Plant Science Building, 404  
Dr. Brooke Flammang Seminar: Organismal-environmental interactions: The functional morphology of fish fins

Dr. Brooke Flammang Seminar:... 12:30pm

Seminar / Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Weekly Seminar Series. Hosts: Willy Bemis and Stacy Farina

Corson/Mudd Hall, A106  
Entomology Seminar Series

Entomology Seminar Series 3:45pm

Seminar / Entomology

Seminar: Patricia Stock who is speaking on Friends with Benefits: Entomopathogenic Steinernema Nematodes and their Bacterial Symbionts. This will also be...

Weill Hall, 226  
Department of Physics Colloquium

Department of Physics Colloquium 4:00pm

Seminar / Physics

Physics Colloquium, Robert Lang, Lang Origami. Refreshments at 3:30 PM. Title: From Flapping Birds to Space Telescopes: The Mathematics of...

Rockefeller Hall, Schwartz Auditorium  
Microeconomic Theory Seminar, Utku Unver

Microeconomic Theory Seminar, Utku Unver 4:30pm

Seminar / Economics

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

Uris Hall, 498  
Race: The Power of An Illusion

Race: The Power of An Illusion 4:30pm

Film

Episode 3: The House We Live In The House We Live In asks, If race is not biology, what is it? This episode uncovers how race resides not in nature but in...

Cornell Cinema  
The Social Life of Spacecraft, Janet Vertesi

The Social Life of Spacecraft, Janet Vertesi 4:30pm

Seminar / Science and Technology Studies

Department of Science & Technology Studies Fall 2013 Seminar Series

374 Rockefeller Hall  
Mere-bi (Mother), A Portrait of Annette Mbaye d'Erneville The First Woman Journalist in Senegal

Mere-bi (Mother), A Portrait of Annette Mbaye... 4:45pm

Film, Panel Discussion / Africana Studies and Research Center

Film Screening and Panel Discussion with Film Maker Ousmane William Mbaye Senegal's first female journalist, 82-year-old Annette Mbaye d'Erneville, has been...

Africana Studies and Research Center, Multipurpose Room  
Peace Corps General Information Session

Peace Corps General Information Session 5:00pm

Career, Presentation / International Programs

Launch your international career with the Peace Corps! Peace Corps will be on campus at Cornell University to share opportunities to live, learn, and work...

Mann Library, 100  
Sign Language Performance Workshop

Sign Language Performance Workshop 5:00pm

Cultural, Class/ Workshop / Public Service Center

Do you know how a person who is Deaf or Hard of Hearing experiences music? Join us to learn how popular songs are performed in American Sign Language...

Goldwin Smith Hall, 156 and 158  
Steve DiBenedetto Lecture: Someone Has to Do It

Steve DiBenedetto Lecture: Someone Has to Do It 5:15pm

Lecture / College of Architecture, Art and Planning, Art

Steve DiBenedetto is a painter who lives in New York City and has been showing his work in the U.S. and Europe since the mid-1980s. Past solo shows have...

Milstein Hall, Abby and Howard Milstein Auditorium  
"Tweeting from the Cloakroom: Covering Politics for a New Generation"

"Tweeting from the Cloakroom: Covering... 5:30pm

Lecture / History

Robert Costa Robert Costa is National Review's Washington editor and a political analyst for CNBC. He manages NR's Capitol Hill bureau and reports on...

103 Rocekfeller Hall, 103  
Grind it Out!

Grind it Out! 7:30pm

Special Event / Community Center Programs

Come join us every Monday for coffee and discussions about current events and issues in a relaxed environment!

Appel Commons, Fireside Lounge  
Natural History, Aesthetics, and Conservation

Natural History, Aesthetics, and Conservation 7:30pm

Lecture / Sustainability

Cornell Professor Harry Greene will describe how natural history enhances our appreciation for organisms and environments, thereby influencing value...

Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Auditorium  
Roadmap to Apartheid

Roadmap to Apartheid 7:30pm

Film / Near Eastern Studies

In this award-winning documentary, first-time directors Ana Nogueira and Eron Davidson take a detailed look at the apartheid analogy commonly used to...

Cornell Cinema  

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