Events

Thursday, February 14

"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...

Black Solidarity Conference At Yale University

The 18th Annual Black Solidarity Conference at Yale From the Pulpits to the Polls: Ushering In a New Era of Activism Sponsored By: The Afro-American...

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...

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

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...

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...

OAA/CUAA February 2013 Meeting

Hello Colleagues!We are looking forward to you joining us for another great installation of the OAA/CUAA Meetings.The agenda will be forthcoming. If you are...

Cornell Club of Sarasota-Manatee - Dean Harry Katz

Join the Cornell Club of Sarasota – Manatee To Learn / To Serve / To SocializeAll Luncheon Programs Are Held at Michael’s On East 11:30 a.m. – 1:45 p.m.February

6th Annual Soup & Hope

Soup and Hope serves up stories and music, along with a warm cup of soup, during six weeks in early winter. Each week, speakers (representing staff, faculty,...

Art for Lunch: Drawn to Excellence

Andrew Weislogel, curator of European art before 1800 at the Johnson Museum, will discuss the exhibition "Drawn to Excellence: Renaissance to Romantic...

Cornell Alumni Association of Southwest Florida - February 2013 Cornell Lunch Bunch

Thursday, February 14, 2013Cornell Lunch Bunch, noonCountry Club of NaplesGuest Speaker:To be announced

SEAP Brown Bag Lecture Series: Laurie Ross "On the Periphery of Islamic Art: Cirebon Masks and the Indigenization of Sufism in Late Colonial Java"

The perception that doctrinal injunctions exist on reproducing the human form leaves many scholars unconvinced that masks in their Islamic context hold much,...

CANCELLED: "Increasing Nuclear Transparency"

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

Sham Constitutions Lecture

Sham Constitutions Lecture by David Law

Department of Molecular Medicine, Faculty Candidate Seminar

The Importance of Mechanical Forces & Mechano-Transduction for Axon Guidance. Dr. Simon Moore, Department of Biological Sciences, Columbia University

Dr. Larry Young Seminar: The chemistry between us: From genes and brains to monogamy and autism therapies

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Weekly Seminar Series. Host: Andy Bass. Sponsored by Neurobiology and Behavior. Co-hosted by EEB, Entom, NatRes, NBB

What Do I Want My Students to Learn? Identifying Learning Outcomes As the Basis for Instruction and Assessment, GET SET Workshop for Graduate Students, Future Educators, and Teaching Assistants

Interested in developing a course? Creating learning outcomes and aligning these with assignments and assessments is an effective place to start. This...

ORIE Colloquium: Yehua Wei (MIT) - Understanding the Effectivness of Sparse Process Flexibility

The seminal paper of Jordan and Graves (1995) empirically observed that by adding a little bit of flexibility to create what is known as the "long chain",...

"Synthetic Mechanotransduction:  Designing Mechanochemical Response in Solid State Polymers"

MSE Spring 2013 Seminar by Prof. Meredith Silberstein from Cornell - MAE Dept. Refreshments will be served at 3:30pm in the Bard Hall Lounge - 260 Bard.

Your astronomy class may be the last chance! Making concepts stick with interactive instructional methods

What students hear in astronomy class is not as important as what students DO in astronomy class. Most students in introductory astronomy courses are getting...

CSES Seminar Series: Institutions, Market Processes and the Firm

Professor Radaev will present his research on "Governing with a Helping Hand: A New Model of State Intervention in Russian Industry." Background: Vadim...

Faculty Forum

A forum on the future of university libraries. An extended Q&A discussion will follow the two keynote speeches. The event is open to all. Light refreshments...

Ishion Hutchinson Poetry Reading

Ishion Hutchinson is Assistant Professor of English at Cornell. His first collection of poetry, 'Far District', won the PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award. This event...

Woody Guthrie Called Queer

In this talk, Gustavus Stadler explores Woody Guthrie's personal writings alongside two other key “texts”: the recordings Guthrie made in 1946-7 that would...

Study Abroad in Sub-Saharan Africa Information Meeting

An opportunity to learn about study abroad, ask questions, and hear from students who have returned from studying abroad in Sub-Saharan Africa.

All Artists

We seek artists who would like to use their talent to bring awareness to the issues of sexual violence, relationship violence, gender based violence and...

Cornell Chimes Valentine Concert

Calling all cupids! Everyone is invited to attend this annual event in decorated McGraw Tower featuring love-themed music and lots of kisses (chocolate)! ...

Stadium Runs

To sign up, e-mail GRF Darvin @ dg423

PRICE CHECK

Ithaca Premiere! 2012 > USA > Directed by Michael Walker. With Parker Posey, Eric Mabius, Annie Parisse. Party girl Parker Posey is pitch perfect as a...

Donald Vega and Peter Bernstein--JazzSpacesIthaca Valentine's Day Special

JazzSpacesIthaca: Donald Vega, piano, and Peter Bernstein, guitar. Tickets: http://baileytickets.universitytickets.com/user_pages/category.asp?id=38

OSCAR NOMINATED SHORTS: ANIMATION!

Ithaca Premiere! 2012 > various > Directed by various. Like with the documentary shorts, the Oscar nominations for best animated short have not been decided,...

Thursday, February 14