Events

Thursday, November 7

Faculty Luncheon Discussion: The Peer Review of Teaching—What Works Best?

Come join in an informal discussion among faculty about the peer review of teaching. Bring your experiences, best practices, concerns and questions. Catered...

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...

Pioneers: Early Women Scientists at Cornell

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...

Tomato School

A thorough school for tomato growers of all experience levels and farm management systems, this program will begin with the basics and move through advanced...

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

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...

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...

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...

IP & Pizza

Listen and participate in a discussion on intellectual property and their relation to plants. Learn about topics like: What kind of plant is...

Teaching Your Own Course: Introductory vs. Advanced

This student-led brown-bag discussion series is part of the GET SET program for graduate students, future educators and teaching assistants. Get together...

Wellness Program Cooking Demo

Vegetarian cooking Pre- register with Gail Sullivan (gms9)

Rescue Me! U.S. International Financial Bailouts, 1982-1999.

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

CU Music: Midday Music at Lincoln 11/7

Midday Music at Lincoln: Ariana Kim, violin; John Haines-Eitzen, cello; and Miri Yampolsky, piano. Features Mozart’s Duo in G Major for violin and cello,...

Building Global Partnerships: Cornell and the International Research Centers

Cornell and CGIAR scientists discuss with the audience how research projects can be enhanced ith partnerships. Panelists Clair Hershey PhD '78, CIAT; Tom...

Generating Jobs in Africa: Youth Employment in Post-conflict Societies

Chris Blattman is an Assistant Professor of Political Science & International Affairs at Columbia University, where he teaches Political Economy of...

Cornell Classical Chinese Colloquium: A Farewell to My Brother

Part of the Cornell Classical Chinese Colloquium series with guest Wendy Swartz (Rutgers University). CCCC is a reading group for scholars interested in...

"Block Copolymer Self-assembly on Surfaces"

MSE Fall Seminar with Prof. Jillian Buriak from the University of Alberta. Refreshments in 260 Bard Hall at 3:30pm

Book talk: Food Security and Sociopolitical Stability

With recent political unrest in low and middle-income countries, global food prices spiked. Consumers took to the streets in protest, rioting and pressuring...

Dario Mizraji, Cornell University

"Solubilization of integral membrane proteins in living E. coli (SIMPLE): a new tool for understanding small multidrug resistance proteins in pathogenic...

“Asteroid Radar Astronomy: How Cornell University Scientists & Engineers Have Enabled Exquisite Studies of Asteroids”

In his 1958 publication describing the scientific prospects of a powerful Earth-based radar, William E. Gordon anticipated the detection of bodies spanning...

Macroeconomics Workshop, Viktor Tsyrennikov

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

Agroforestry and Forest Farming Work Party

Learn about agroforestry and forest farming during fall semester work parties at Cornell’s MacDaniels Nut Grove. Work Parties will engage participants in a...

Amina Mama: "Is It Ethical To Study Africa?"

A lecture followed by discussion with Amina Mama , Professor, University of California, Davis "Is It Ethical To Study Africa?” This event, organized in...

Medieval Cosmologies Lecture Series

Constellations of Influence in Prague: the Astronomical Anthology for Wenceslas IV Eric Ramírez-Weaver (University of Virginia) sponsored by the...

Reading by Dana Gioia

Poet and Critic Dana Gioia reads from his work as part of the Fall 2013 Barbara & David Zalaznick Reading Series.

The Political and Economic Challenges for the Construction of the New Panama Canal

Jorge de la Guardia serves as Executive Manager for the Locks Project Management Division, in charge of the US$ 3.3 billion Locks construction project for...

Cornell Club of Colorado - Fort Collins All Ivy Networking Happy Hour

All Ivy League Monthly Networking11/7 at 5:30 p.m., Fort Collins All Ivy Networking Happy Hour: 1st Thursday (El Monte Grill and Lounge, 1611 South College...

How Does It Feel to Be a Problem, Still? Being Young and Muslim in America Today

Just over a century ago,W.E.B. Du Bois posed a probing question in his classic The Souls of Black Folk: How Does It Feel To Be A Problem? Now, Moustafa...

Winston Churchill: Brilliant Statesman or Brutal Demagogue? - Public Lecture by Renowned Historian Andrew Roberts

Professor Andrew Roberts, the Merrill Family Visiting Professor of History, explores controversial views of Winston Churchill's reputation.

“Winston Churchill: Brilliant Statesman or Brutal Demagogue?”

Although Winston Churchill’s reputation might at first glance seem to be rocksolid, especially here in the United States, in fact there have been a number of...

Stadium Runs

To sign up, e-mail GRF Darvin @ dg423

CULTURA - Antojitos - Cooking Series

LASP is excited to announce the triumphant return of CULTURA'S popular Antojitos cooking series! Join Ana Ortiz who will teach us all how to make Puerto...

Library Salon NYC

Hors d'oeuvres and drinks: 6 P.M. - 7 P.M.Presentation and Q&A: 7 P.M. - 8 P.M.

Whale of a Tale: Sea World Edition

Killer Whales are really not human killers. Ever been to SeaWorld? Come learn what show business does to peaceful creatures of nature, and how it turns them...

Cornell Club of Western Washington - Lions, Tigers and Bears Happy Hour

Cornell Club of Western Washington Lions, Tigers and Bears Happy Hour7-9 PM, Thursday, November 7thSt. John's Bar & EateryCome hang out and meet alumni from...

Cornell, Princeton, and Penn Happy Hour in Palo Alto!

Come to Pub Night in Downtown Palo Alto on Thursday, November 7th!Join us for drinks at The Patio, and meet old and new friends!We have reserved the booth...

ISRAEL: A HOME MOVIE with introduction by Prof. Jonathan Boyarin (Jewish Studies/Anthropology)

2013 > Israel > Directed by Eliav Lilti This documentary provides a look at the history of Israel through forty years of home movies. The combined footage...

WILLIAM R. SEARS Distinguished Lecture - Dr. Charles Elachi

The Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering announces Dr. Charles Elachi, Director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Professor of Electrical...

The Human Ecology Young Alumni Council Welcomes you to NYC!

The Human Ecology Young Alumni CouncilWelcomes you to NYC!Whether you are just settling into the city or have lived here a few years, please join us for a...

PACIFIC RIM

2013 > USA > Directed by Guillermo del Toro With Charlie Hunnam, Idris Elba, Rinko Kikuchi In the near future, monstrous sea creatures threaten humanity's...

Thursday, November 7