Events

Monday, April 1

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...

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...

Exhibition Marks Human Sexuality Collection's 25th Anniversary

Riots at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village revolutionized the lives of gay New Yorkers, paving the way for people to come out and be proud. But in the...

Cornell-Dartmouth Competition Blood Drive

Give Blood and Save Lives… and help Cornell beat Dartmouth in this month-long Blood Drive Competition! This is one of nine blood drives in the month of...

Setting Boundaries: Prioritizing Responsibilities as a TA, a GET SET Workshop for Graduate Students, Future Educators, and Teaching Assistants

Join us for a talk about how to dentify strategies to prioritize responsibilities as a TA. Pizza and cookies provided! Please register at...

Wendy: "Serving the Most Vulnerable:  Unaccompanied Immigrant Children in Removal Proceedings."

Juan Osuna, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice Wendy Young, Executive Director, Kids in Need of Defense

Genomics, a vital solution for challenges in fruit and vegetable production

Kenong Xu, Assistant professor, Horticulture Department, Cornell University 404 Plant Science and also available via Polycom in A134 Barton Hall, NYSAES,...

Dr. Stephen Pacala Seminar: The fate of the land carbon sink

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Weekly Seminar Series. Hosts: Crepet, Agrawal, and Goodale

Pedagogy and Pedometers

Take a break from the office, reduce stress, and talk about teaching with other faculty members, all in a half hour! The Center for Teaching Excellence...

Kirsten S. Pelz-Stelinski, University of Florida/IFAS, seminar: "Vector-pathogen interactions: transmission of Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus and its effect on Asian citrus psyllid life history"

Entomology Seminar, hosted by Rakim Turnipseed will also be available via Polycom in A134 Barton Lab (Geneva)

Challenges to Healthy Eating Faced by Mexican-origin Children and Families in Texas Border Communities

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

Department of Molecular Medicine Seminar Series

Dr. Seok-Yong Lee, Department of Biochemistry, Duke University. Structural Basis of Concentrative Nucleoside Transport.

How Might a Fermi Surface Die?

Department of Physics Colloquium, Senthil Todadri, MIT. Refreshments at 3:30pm Abstract: In the last many years a number of metallic solids have been...

Zizi Papacharissi, "Affective Publics: Politics, Emotion, and Twitter"

Social media excite the public imagination with potential for democratization and political change. Recent digitally aided waves of civil unrest, from the...

Entrepreneurship Seminar Series with Leland C. Pillsbury

"Ten Tech Startups You Never Heard of...But I'm Betting You Will!" How Innovation, Disruption, and Rapid Fire Change are Transforming Our World and How...

Europe in the World Celebration

Please join us to celebrate the Europe in the World project and congratulate student award winners. April 1, 2013 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Amit Bhatia Libe...

The Peisistratids, State Formation, and the Sociology of Violence

Benjamin M. Sullivan (Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of History at Cornell University) will lead a colloquium entitled "The Peisistratids, State...

All You Need to Know About Changing Colleges Within Cornell

Join Neoma Mullens from the Office of Internal Transfer and ask questions about how to changes colleges within Cornell University.

Joan Kee Lecture: Sizing Up Scale

Joan Kee is an assistant professor in the history of art at the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor. A specialist in modern and contemporary art, she has...

Argentine Tango Practice

Come dance tango to wind down from the start of your new week! Ithaca Tangueros is offering a free weekly student practice where grad and professional...

AMERICAN FALLS with experimental filmmaker Phil Solomon

American Falls, directed by Phil Solomon. Commissioned by the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. as a multimedia installation for the museum’s...

Cornell Days and Diversity Hosting Kickoff!

Come help kick off Cornell Days and Diversity Hosting month with the Red Carpet Society, CU IMAGE, and Cornell Ambassadors. Learn about ways to get involved...

 Because You’re Brown Honey Gurl.  A queer of color artistic intervention in the gaystream

Join us for a spoken word performance and reception with queer South Asian spoken word artists & activists DARK MATTER! "‘Because you’re brown honey gurl’...

CU Music: violinist Ariana Kim

Ariana Kim, violin, with Xak Bjerken and Miri Yampolsky, piano; Christopher Stark, electronics; and guest Ian Rosenbaum, marimba. Features violin sonatas by...

Monday, April 1