Events

Tuesday, February 12

"Trees of the Arboretum" photographs by Bo Lipari

For lovers of trees, the F.R. Newman Arboretum is an amazing and wonderful space rich in color, detail, shape and form. The tree collections present visitors...

Department of Clinical Sciences Resident Seminar Series

"How to Design a Clinical Research Trial - Part II" Speaker: Dr. Hollis Erb, Professor Population Medicine & Diagnostic Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine

Planet Cornell

Have you ever wished you could escape to a little planet of your own? You'll find an entire magical solar system in Planet Cornell, now on display at the...

Storm Tharp | Third Person (Part II)

Storm Tharp (B.F.A. ’92) is the youngest Cornell alumnus to have a solo show of his work at the Johnson Museum. The two-part exhibition will be on view both...

Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation at 150

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln issuing the Emancipation Proclamation, Cornell University Library will publicly display its unique...

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...

Ana Mendieta in Exile: Selected Films

A rare glimpse into the filmic work of Ana Mendieta (1948-1985), who used her body to explore issues of displacement, identity, and diaspora through...

Beauties and Beasties in Children's Book Illustrations

This exhibition highlights original drawings, paintings, objects, and books by a variety of artists who have been deeply engaged in creating images for the...

Drawn to Excellence: Renaissance to Romantic Drawings from a Private Collection

This exhibition, organized by the Smith College Museum of Art, offers one of the finest opportunities in the Johnson’s forty-year history for our audiences...

Open House for "Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation at 150"

To celebrate Lincoln’s birthday and the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln issuing the Emancipation Proclamation, the Division of Rare and Manuscript...

Storm Tharp | Third Person

Storm Tharp ’92 is the youngest Cornell alumnus to have a solo show of his work at the Johnson Museum. The two-part exhibition will be on view both at the...

Weavers' Stories from Island Southeast Asia

This experimental exhibition, organized by the Fowler Museum at UCLA, provides museum visitors with an opportunity to engage more deeply with the lives of...

Grading Without Losing Your Mind, Lunchtime Discussion Series for Graduate Students, Future Educators, and Teaching Assistants

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

Department of Molecular Medicine, Faculty Candidate Seminar

Choreography of the Stress Response: The Allosteric Mechanism of Hsp70 Molecular Chaperones. Dr. Anastasia Zhuravleva, Department of Biochemistry &...

CALS Study Abroad 101

These meetings cover factors to consider when selecting a program, the study abroad application and approval process, and other important information. All...

Employee Survey Open Forum

Since the University conducted the employee survey a little more than a year ago, the Employee Assembly, human resources and volunteers from across campus...

Teaching Scholar Seminar, Peer Review: Teaching Students to Evaluate Each Other

Student peer review can both ease the grading burden and increase student learning. Join us and discuss ways to institute and manage student peer review...

Crawling from Biology to Physics: Orchestration of Biochemistry and Mechanics Driving Cell Motility

LASSP and A&EP Seminar by Kwonmoo Lee, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

Effect of Apple Variety (Malus domestica Borkh.), Postharvest Storage and Ripeness on Physical and Chemical Parameters Affecting Applesauce Rheological Properties

Over 3 harvest years (2009, 2010 and 2011) we studied the main factors that influence applesauce quality focused on product consistency. Two main projects...

Sibley School Colloquium Series

Kerri Cahoy, PhD., Boeing Assistant Professor, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, MIT

CS/ORIE Colloquium - Ashish Goel (Stanford) - Algorithms for Modern Data Models

In many modern applications including web analytics, search and data mining, computational biology, finance, and scientific computing, the data is often too...

Creative Placemaking: Challenges, Evaluation Issues, and Implications for Artists and the Arts

Over the past two years, new funding streams--the National Endowment for the Arts' Our Town and a high-profile philanthropic initiative, ArtPlace--have...

Celebrate Mardi Gras at RPME!

Join us to celebrate Mardi Gras with live music and Cajun-inspired foods! We'll have shrimp and sausage jambalaya, Cajun beef tip kabobs, spicy fried...

Effect of Cooking and Extractor Rotational Speed on the Physico-chemical and Rheological Properties of Varietal Applesauce

An important quality attribute of applesauce is its consistency, which can be affected by many factors, including the variety and maturity of the fruit and...

Fulbright U.S. Student Program and Fulbright-Hays Program (Graduate Students Only)

Event to discuss funding opportunities available under the Fulbright U.S. Student Program and the Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program.

Sustainability of What for Whom?

The discussion will be led by panelists Virginia Kennedy (English), Laura Martin (Natural Resources), and Daegan Miller (History). Sponsored by the Society...

RHODES AND MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIPS

Are you a junior or senior interested in pursuing postgraduate studies in the UK? If you have a strong record of academic achievement (3.85 GPA),...

Exploring Majors & Careers Workshop for First Year Students

Limited to A&S First-Year students only. Series of 3 Tuesday workshops designed to assist first year A&S Students. Students must attend all 3 workshops in...

Study Abroad in Japan & Other Asian Countries Information Meeting

An opportunity to learn about study abroad, ask questions, and hear from students who have returned from studying abroad in Japan & other Asian countries.

Black History Month Dinner - Caribbean Cuisine

A series of dinners are scheduled starting Thursday, January 31, 2013 through Thursday, February 28, 2012 to celebrate Black History Month at Cornell...

Darwin Days Panel: Terrestrial Invasives with Dr. Rob Ross

When one hears the words “invasive species” in the news today, it is usually referring to wild plants or animals that humans have introduced (accidentally or...

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.

Seminar & Social Hour™

Plastics and polymer composites have become one of the most important classes of materials for consumer goods and for applications ranging from...

CHESS-G-line Student Science Symposium

Katie Silberstein from Cornell University will be discussing: "In-Situ X-Ray Analysis of Battery Materials" Steve Meisburger from Cornell University will...

Mardi Gras!

Mask decorating, bead making, face painting. Lots of Mardi Gras fun!

Opthalmology Lab

Dr. Ledbetter and Dr. Vallone will lead us through several ophthalmology procedures including: grid keratotomy eyelid mass resection eyelid laceration...

Film Screening: Harvest of Empire

Harvest of Empire provides a rare and powerful glimpse into the enormous sacrifices and rarely-noted triumphs of our nation’s growing Latino community. The...

OSCAR NOMINATED SHORTS: DOCUMENTARY!

Ithaca Premiere! 2012 > various > Directed by various. As we go to press the 2012 Oscar nominations for best documentary short have not been decided, but we...

Darwin Days Trivia Night

When one hears the words “invasive species” in the news today, it is usually referring to wild plants or animals that humans have introduced (accidentally or...

Tuesday, February 12