Events

Wednesday, March 27

Michael Ashkin Exhibition: Architecture Is for Creeps

Architecture Is for Creeps is comprised of new work by Michael Ashkin, associate professor of art, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning. Geometries of...

Reading Taste of the Ottoman Elite in the 19th Century

After the Greek Rebellion of 1821, the Ottoman administration decided to replaced the Greek-Orthodox imperial court translator with a "reliable" Muslim and...

A New Burma: An Introduction in Photography

Reforms in Myanmar are creating new opportunities for exploring a country that has long remained shrouded by geopolitical isolation. This photography exhibit...

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...

Trac Software Workshop

Workshops will demonstrate how to set up your farm’s information, applicators, blocks, pesticide inventory and how to enter your records and generate...

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...

CHURCHILL SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION SESSION

The Churchill Scholarship provides between $45,000-$50,000 for a year of graduate study in engineering, mathematics, or science at Churchill College,...

Creating a Culturally Inclusive Lab or Research Group

In our ongoing series of events on how to make the transition from graduate student or postdoc to faculty member, we will address how to effectively advise...

Three Servings of Milk per Day: Nutritional Necessity or Udderly Ridiculous?

The Nutrition Graduate Student Organization presents Dr. Walter Willett, the Fredrick John Stare Professor of Epidemiology and Nutrition Chair at Harvard...

Small Steps, Big Impact: Water for Health and Livelihoods

Mary Renwick, Water Resources Specialist, Winrock International

LEPP Particle Theory Seminar

John Terning, UC Davis. Dilations and Fine Tuning: After reviewing ideas about how conformal symmetry can solve the fine tuning problems of the standard...

Teaching Diverse Students: How East Asian and Western Cultural Backgrounds May Influence Learners

How well do you know your students? Different culturally-based beliefs shape the way students view and experience learning. Come and join a discussion on...

"Metamorpic Facies: What are the Conditions of Blueschist-facies Metamorphism?"

EAS Spring 2013 Seminar by Prof. David Jenkins from Binghamton University. Refreshments will be served at 3:00pm in the Snee Hall Atrium

Egg Coloring at the Big Red Barn

This involvement with eggs is surely good for your heart! Wednesday March 27, 2013 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. in the Big Red Barn. All materials will be...

Grapevine Red Blotch Disease:  An Emerging Issue

Grapevine red blotch disease was first identified in 2008 as a syndrome that affects fruit ripening. Virologists in New York and California have identified...

Biophysics Colloquium

Biophysics colloquium with Tamas Balla from the Division of Intramural Research, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development presents Chasing...

Rural Aging In 21st Century America

Why care about aging in rural places? In 2010, an estimated 41 million Americans were 65 years of age or older. By 2030, that number is estimated to reach...

East versus/and West: Cross-Cultural Learning in a New Era

The Asian & Asian American Center and Center for Intercultural Dialogue would like to cordially invite you a conversation with Professor Ji Li from Brown...

Engaged Cornell Coffee Series "Brewing Change: Creating a community of literacy"

Reading to babies as soon as they are born introduces language and allows parent and baby to form important emotional bonds. How can we educate an entire...

Veterinary Senior Seminars

Laura Waite - "A Case of Canine Horner's Syndrome" Chelsea Markleski (Ross) - "Crop Impaction in Juvenile Turkeys" Amanda Spector - "Equine Odontoclastic...

Veterinary Senior Seminars

Laura Waite - "A Case of Canine Horner's Syndrome" Chelsea Markleski (Ross) - "Crop Impaction in Juvenile Turkeys" Amanda Spector - "Equine Odontoclastic...

Engaging Approaches to Quantitative Courses, a GET SET Workshop for Graduate Students, Future Educators, and Teaching Assistants

This workshop will explore alternative, interactive approaches to teaching quantitative courses and the benefits and challenges that educators might face...

Meejin Yoon + Eric Howeler: Fail Fast

Höweler + Yoon Architecture / MY Studio (HYA/MYS) is a multidisciplinary practice, operating in the space between architecture, art, and landscape. The...

Cornell Alumni Association of Southwest Florida - March 2013 Cornell After Five

Wednesday, March 27, 2013Cornell After Five, 5:30 pmThe Inn at Pelican Bay

Cornell Club of Greater Miami and the Florida Keys - Sony Open Tennis

SPECIAL EVENT at the Sony Open TennisThe GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY CLUBS OF MIAMI & FORT LAUDERDALE, ALL IVY+, Cornell Club of Greater Miami and the Florida...

SALSA CLASS 5 Week Series

Wednesdays – Begins March 27 Register Now Dates: 3.27, 4.3, 4.10, 4.17, 4.24 Salsa Beginner 1 6:30-7:40pm Salsa Beginner 2 7:45-8:55pm ...

Cornell Club of Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton - Bordeaux Wine and Dine

Cornell Club of Fort Lauderdale and Boca RatonBordeaux Wine and DineWednesday, March 27, 20137:00 - 9:00 pmHome of Karl Elderkin '832225 SE 14th...

Cornell Club of Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton - Wine Tasting and Pairing

Save the Date!Hosted by Alumnus Karl Elderkin and Debra Ball-ElderkinSaturday, March 27th at 7pmCost: $60 per person. Includes several very nice...

PASOLINI'S LAST WORDS with filmmaker and Ithaca College Prof. Cathy Crane

Ithaca Premiere! 2012 > USA > Directed by Cathy Crane. With Bochay Drum, Amanda Setton, Lee DeLong. Known as one of Italy's most important filmmakers,...

Glenn Albrecht visit, "Gasland" screening

Glenn Albrecht, an environmental philosopher and professor of sustainability at Murdoch University, will join us for a screening and discussion of Josh Fox's...

The Bethe Lectures - Quarks and Cold Atoms: From the Hottest to the Coldest Places in the Universe

The Bethe Lectures - Gordon Baym, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Abstract: In recent years physicists have created several new forms of...

CU Music: Cornell University Chorus 3/27

Return-from-Tour concert: Cornell University Chorus; John Rowehl, conductor. Features music from its tour to the northeast, including Boston, New York City,...

Wednesday, March 27