Events

Monday, April 8

Diversity Hosting Month for Newly Admitted Students

Come experience first-hand Ezra Cornell’s vision of “Any person…any study” with your potential classmates from across the country. Diversity Hosting promises...

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...

Now Scream!: the Hip Hop Collection exhibition

Cornell University Library’s new exhibition Now Scream! celebrates the Hip Hop culture's 40th birthday and the collection's first major exhibition. The...

AT & T On Campus

Talk with representatives about exclusive discounts for staff and students on AT&T voice and data plans.

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 Blood Drive Competition

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...

Graduate Student Family and Partner Resources Lunch and Info Session

Graduate students and their partners are invited to join us for a lunchtime presentation and discussion on resources available for students with children and...

What Do We Do With the Data? Analyzing, Utilizing and Sharing the Assessment Data

Assessment data is collected in order to make informed decisions about a program. This session addresses analyzing assessment data, implementing a process...

Immigration Reform and Immigrant Families: Where do we go from here

Co-sponsored by Latin American Studies Program, Latino Studies Program, Committee on U.S. - Laitn American Relation Alyshia Galvez is associate professor...

Experiences in Tuscany with an organic vegetable farm, olive oil production, and ancient Roman subterranean water harvesting system

Lorenzo Caponetti, architect, forester and rural planner, agricultural historian, and organic farmer on 125 acres farm near Tuscania. 404 Plant Science and...

A&S Career Conversation with Jennifer Chung '98

In her new position with the NYS Department of Economic Development, Alum Jennifer Chung, '98, handles intellectual property and litigation matters. Chung...

Department of Molecular Medicine Spring 2013 Seminar Series

Dr. Jesse Goldberg, Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, Cornell University. Title "Neural Circuits for Motor Exploration and Learning".

New Horizons in Black Hole Physics and Holography

Department of Physics Colloquium, Shamit Kachru, Stanford University. Refreshments at 3:30pm. Abstract: Holography relates general relativity in d+1...

New Lysine Modifications, New Histone Marks, and Their Regulatory Enzymes

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

Labor Economics Workshop, Victoria Prowse

http://www.economics.cornell.edu/seminars/labor.html

Conversations in Digital Humanities: The Promise(s) of Digital Humanities

Join Neil Fraistat, director of the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities and professor of English at the University of Maryland, for a lecture...

Mat Sci Expo

Drop by anytime for information on MS & E and get pre-enroll tips from students and faculty. Check out fuel cells, liquid nitrogen ice cream, shape-memory...

Undeclared Major Club Meeting!

Seeking Career Guidance?? Do you need help sifting through Cornell's endless majors and declaring one? Are you interested in meeting other students...

Tod Papageorge Lecture: Looking Out

Tod Papageorge began to photograph during his last semester at the University of New Hampshire, where he graduated in 1962 with a bachelor of arts in English...

Cornell Women's Club of Syracuse - A Professional Geologist Discusses Hydro-Fracking

Cornell Women's Club of SyracuseA Professional Geologist discusses Hydro-FrackingMonday, April 8, 2013Potluck Dinner - 6:00 pmSpeaker Lecture and Q&A -...

S.E. Cupp '00 at Cornell

S.E. Cupp '00 will speak about media bias as a part of the Cornell Republicans speaker series "American Voices." Cupp is an author and co-host of MSNBC's...

Cornell Club of Boston: WomenÂ's Dinner Connection

Join the Cornell Club of Boston and Cornell University Alumni Affairs & Development for the Cornell Women's Dinner Connection. Cornell alumnae gather...

Race: The Power of an Illusion

On April 8th, 15th and 22nd, from 6:30 – 8:30 pm, Understand to Overcome invites friends, neighbors and coworkers across Ithaca and Tompkins County to the...

CHASING ICE with photographer James Balog (free screening)

2012 > USA > Directed by Jeff Orlowski. With James Balog, Svavar Jonatansson, Adam LeWinter. National Geographic photographer James Balog scales melting...

Highways in the Sky—Wind and Weather Patterns for Bird Migration

The Cayuga Bird Club will meet for the first half-hour (open to all) and be followed by the club program, featuring David Nicosia. He will talk first about...

Monday, April 8