Events

Tuesday, April 2

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...

Tambien La Lluvia Film Screening

Join us for a FREE screening of Tambien la Lluvia, "Even the Rain", a film about the privatization of water in Bolivia in 2004. All of the water 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...

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...

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...

Junior Faculty Lunchtime Discussion: Developing a Plan to Document Your Teaching

This discussion is open to all junior faculty members. Join us for an informal discussion about ways to: -Gather data about your teaching -Organize...

Why and how the rule of law is back on the agenda of the European Union: Comparative Law in Action

Berger International Legal Studies Program Speaker Jonas Grimheden

Drawing Data Work

In 1969, astronauts on-board the Apollo 11 lunar module narrowly completed the first moon landing in the wake of a series of disruptive alarms from their...

Upstate NY TechCareer Connection

An event featuring experienced panelists who will share their advice in finding a career in science and technology and an exhibitor session with science and...

Engineers Without Borders Insomnia Cookies Fundraiser

Do you want that sweet snack craving to go to a good cause? Engineers Without Borders knows that you do! On Tuesday, April 2nd, EWB is partnering with...

Department of Biomedical Sciences

Special Seminar Department of Biomedical Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine Tuesday, April 2, 2013 4:00PM - 5:00 PM Lecture Hall III Veterinary...

Nematic Tori - Breakup, Stabilization, and Textures

LASSP and A&EP Seminar, by Alberto Fernandez-Nieves, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. Poster and abstract at...

BME 7900: Engineering Arterial Grafts: Bench-to-Startup-to-(hopefully) Bedside

David A. Vorp, Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh Co-Founder, Neograft Technologies, Inc. Cardiovascular disease, including coronary artery and peripheral...

The Surge of Uncertainty:  An Examination of America's Strategy in Afghanistan

Foreign Policy Distinguished Speaker Series presents Rajiv Chandrasekaran, Senior Correspondent and Associate Editor of the Washington Post. Sponsored by...

Leslie A. Adelson, "Horizons of Hope in Times of Despair: Alexander Kluge's Cosmic and Global Miniatures for the 21st Century, A Literary Perspective"

The Institute for Comparative Modernities is pleased to present the following talk, as part of its Spring 2013 Lecture Series. A polymath of European...

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.

Cornell Club of Boston: The History, Significance, and Future of the Framingham Heart Study

Cornell Club of Boston: “The History, Significance, and Future of the Framingham Heart Study”Dinner and Presentation by Dr. Klara RosenquistJoin us for...

Grafting Workshop

Fruit trees cannot be reproduced “true” to the original cultivar from seed. They can only be reproduced by grafting. Grafting describes any of a number of...

San Francisco Alumni Networking Event - Second Stage: Your Legal Career - What's Next?

A Cornell Law School Alumni Association Networking Event.Ever think of leveraging your law degree? What are some alternatives? Our panel will share career...

Cornell Club of Los Angeles - Sandra Fluke

We all are entitled to a having a voice. How Sandra is breaking through as an advocate of social justice and sending the message to women that it is OK to...

De Nadie: Film Screening

The dangerous journey of poor Central Americans though Mexico as they attempt to sneak into America in search of a better life is brought to the screen in...

Tuesday, April 2