Events

Monday, February 4

"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...

 Lake Ontario Winter Fruit School

Cornell experts speak on a range of topics for tree fruit growers, including orchard management strategies for strange weather, frost protection, pest and...

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...

Kickoff Celebration for Recyclemania & Campus Conservation Nationals

REDUCE ENERGY REDUCE WASTE HOW LOW CAN YOU GO? Join the Class Council of 2014 for a KICKOFF CELEBRATION & be entered to win a round trip Campus-to-Campus...

Patrick Duggan Lecture

The Society for the Humanities presents a public lecture by Patrick Duggan (Lecturer in Theatre and Performance Studies, Department of Drama, University of...

Security World: The View from Alaska (Transnational Policing during the Cold War)

Co-Sponsored by the Latin American Studies Program, the Latino Studies Program and the Committee on U.S. - Latin American Relations Micol Siegel is...

Biodiversity in tropical agroecosystems: implications for natural pest control and productivity

Katja Poveda, Assistant professor, Entomology Department, Cornell University 404 Plant Science and also available via Polycom in A134 Barton Hall, NYSAES,...

Introduction to Statistical Genetics

Researchers have been trying to identify genetic factors underlying simple and complex diseases or traits for about thirty years. This workshop aims to...

William Hansson, Max-Planck Institute at Jena, Germany, seminar: Good and bad odors –correlates of valence in the Drosophila olfactory system

Entomology Seminar (Patton Lecture), hosted by Angela Douglas will also be available via Polycom in 310 Barton Lab (Geneva).

Comets and the Origin and Evolution of the Solar System

Thomas Gold Lectures - David Jewitt, UCLA. Refreshments at 3:30pm. Abstract: Most comets are ice-containing bodies stored in one of two distant reservoirs...

The Breast-feeding, Anti-Retrovirals, and Nutrition Study in Malawi: Implications for Maternal and Child Health

Field of Nutrition Seminar sponsored by the Division of Nutritional Sciences (DNS).

Exploring Majors & Careers Workshop for First Year Students

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

Study Abroad in United Kingdom & Ireland Information Meeting

A study abroad information session for students who are interested in the United Kingdom and/or Ireland. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions...

Keeping It Wild: The Future of Wildlife Conservation - Los Angeles

This event is sold out!If you wish to be added to the waiting list, please email Francine Darling at francine.darling@cornell.edu.Thank you!

Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise Speaker

Finance and Sustainability Colloquium welcomes speaker, Richard Edwards, Partner, Third Sector Capital Partners. Rick brings over 20 years of business...

Finance and Sustainability Colloquium Presents Ming Wong, Co-founder, Asia Community Ventures, Hong Kong

Ming Wong, MBA '89, has been actively contributing to the impact investing and social entrepreneurship space in Hong Kong and Asia through his work as an...

Organizing for Social and Environmental Justice Workshop

Interested in social and environmental justice? Want to learn the skills to make a difference? Green Corps, the Field School for Environmental Organizing,...

Singing the Blues: The Challenge of Conserving Cerulean Warblers

Dr. Amanda Rodewald will discuss the plight of the Cerulean Warbler, a Neotropical migratory bird species, and high-priority conservation efforts to help...

Monday, February 4