Events

Tuesday, December 10

Cornell University Study Period

Study Period begins Dec. 7 through Dec. 10

Ithaca Winter Festival

Downtown Ithaca SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30 Small Business Saturday A day dedicated to supporting small businesses across the country. The day we all shop...

Junior Faculty Course Design Institute

Brings tenure-track assistant professors together for two days to engage in discussions and workshops related to teaching excellence. Focuses on course...

Chinese Traditional Dress and Its Influence (1840-1960)

An exhibition of Chinese costume culture and its influence on western countries in and after late Qing dynasty. Four displays showcase Manchu style, Han...

Farm Food Safety Training with GAPs

Genesee County—The Fire Training Center in Batavia Develop Your Own Farm Food Safety Plan Cornell Cooperative Extension, New York State Department of...

Cornell Agribusiness Economic Outlook Conference

The program will focus on the current situation and outlook for the national economy. Breakout sessions will include: dairy and dairy policy; feed grains;...

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...

Study Space in Collegetown

St. Luke Lutheran Church welcomes ALL STUDENTS with a quiet place to study and prepare for finals. We have many rooms available throughout the building for...

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...

Cytosolic Detection of a Vacuolar Pathogen

Robert Watson, Ph.D. The Heiser Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow Dept. of Microbiology & Immunology University of California, San Francisco Dept. of...

OAA/CUAA December 2013 Meeting

Hello Colleagues!We are looking forward to you joining us for another great installation of the OAA/CUAA Meetings.If you are participating via livestream,...

Dennis Maher: Common Cosmos: 287 F-14853

In 2009, artist and architect Dennis Maher (B.Arch. ’99) acquired a house slated for demolition in Buffalo, New York. He has been living in the house and...

How grape ripening follows growing degree days and Managing vineyards for high-quality

Webinar featuring Luke Haggerty, Cornell University and John Thull, University of Minnesota. Part of the Northern Grapes Project webinar series.​

Land Use, Transit, and Urban Redevelopment Illustrated (1933–72)

The urban maps in this exhibition were selected from Cornell University Library’s Map Collection for their relevance to city and regional planning.

Yoga & Art at the Johnson Museum

View an artwork from the Museum’s collection and then practice yoga in response to the piece with instructor Rachel VerValin on the sixth floor overlooking...

The dr.T projecT: a Cornell hiTchhiker’s guide to culTure

30 minuTes of Tea, shorTbread, and 3 Things worTh knowing. sponsored by the willard sTraighT hall resource cenTer and wsh sTudenT union board

GEB@CVM Orientation Meeting and Puppy Party

An Introduction to Guiding Eyes for the Blind at CVM: How to get involved and what GEB@CVM has to offer vet students

Tai Chi Chi Kung & Tai Chi Chuan

Relaxing, meditative practice, beneficial for health, stress reduction, open to all

Diego Olvera: Babel Level 10

Thesis ll work by Diego Olvera (M.F.A. '14).

Jun Gi Park: Mythical Creatures

Thesis I work by Jun Gi Park (B.F.A.'14).

3D Printing: The Promise and Peril of a Machine That Can Make (Almost) Anything

While the concept has been around for decades, we are only now beginning to discover the practically limitless potential for 3D Printing. Cornell faculty are...

Cornell Club of Greater Buffalo - Book Club

Book Club Future MeetingThe Book Club normally meets the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM, in member's homes.If you would like to join us, please...

How grape ripening follows growing degree days and Managing vineyards for high-quality

Webinar featuring Luke Haggerty, Cornell University and John Thull, University of Minnesota. Part of the Northern Grapes Project webinar series.​

Three Climate Change Stories: Mine, Yours, and the Birds'

Join Scientist/Ornithologist Kim Bostwick for a lively Science Cabaret at the intersection of Climate Change and You! In her talk Kim relates her love of...

THE BIG LEBOWSKI - Just $3!

1998 > USA > Directed by Joel Coen With Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi The Coen brothers scored a strike with this irreverent tale of extortion,...

CU Music: Cornell Gamelan Ensemble 12/10

Cornell Gamelan Ensemble; Christopher J. Miller, director.

Information Session: West Campus House System GRF position

Applications are currently being accepted for: Graduate Resident Fellow Information Sessions: Tuesday, December 10, 8:00 pm, Bethe House, Seminar...

CU Jazz: Jazz Underground Jam Session

Join us every Tuesday night for the Jazz Underground Jam Session, hosted by Zack Knewstub. Hang out, or join in! Every Tuesday10pmNo Cover!

Tuesday, December 10