Events

Tuesday, May 28

Cornell Alumni Association Travel Program: Villages & Vineyards of Italy

Drive along the Amalfi Coast, one of the most amazing Mediterranean shores, and delight in the colorful architecture of the vertical town of Positano and the...

Cornell Community Garden Plots

Once again, Cornell Garden Plots are available for rent to anyone who wishes to grow their own vegetable and flowers. Our gardens are located on Freese Road,...

Cornell Undergraduate Law and Society Review

Call for submissions! The Cornell Undergraduate Law and Society Review is currently seeking submissions for its Fall 2013 issue. The deadline for submissions...

Dump and Run Seeks Donations

Cornell's 11th annual Dump and Run program seeks donations of clothing, furniture, nonperishable food and other useful items through June 1. Donations of...

Plant Medicine and Myths of the Ancient Western World

A series of prints of ancient deities from Egyptian and Greek mythology who were thought to have healing powers will be on display in the Nevin Welcome...

Focus on Fungus

Fungi are mysterious things that capture our imaginations with their weird, ephemeral beauty. Cornell's Plant Pathology Herbarium contains the stories of...

An Ancient Detective Story: A.D. White's Papyrus Mystery

An 8-foot-long papyrus scroll found in an ancient tomb, purchased by Andrew Dickson White, is the focal point of an exhibit in the Carl A. Kroch Library...

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...

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...

Hair: Untangling Roots of Identity

Curated by the undergraduate members of the History of Art Majors' Society, this exhibition focuses on the absence, excess, cutting, covering, and styling of...

JAMuse: The Johnson Museum Turns 40

The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art opened on May 23, 1973. Through a series of eloquent photographs by Alan Chimacoff, Class of 1963 (Arch '64), and...

Materiality of Motion: The Vibrant Lives of Southeast Asian Textiles

Responding to the themes of trade, movement, and cosmology, students from the Spring 2013 seminar “Threads of Consequence,” taught by Professor Kaja McGowan,...

Post More Bills! 60 Years of Exhibition Posters

This exhibition celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Johnson Museum (1973-2013) and coincides with the 60th year since the A. D. White Museum, predecessor...

Summer Breeze: Paintings & Drawings by Alice Dalton Brown

Alice Dalton Brown’s dazzling views of Cayuga Lake and of houses in and around Ithaca are the focal point of this exhibition of more than forty-five works by...

Identification of Functional Important Genes Using Next Generation Sequencing Technologies

De novo genome sequencing has been widely used in generating reference genomes for many economically and scientifically important plant and animal species. ...

Graduation Ceremony for the Men’s Lacrosse Team

Vice President Susan Murphy is pleased to invite you to a special Graduation Ceremony for the Men’s Lacrosse Team. After an exceptional season, they were in...

Berry Sprayer Optimization and Calibration  Workshops

Proper sprayer calibration and optimization will be a major part of an effective Spotted Wing Drosophila management program. Join us for one of these three...

Inside, Outside: The Art of Landscape Painting

Using mainly watercolors, artist Camille Doucet leads this hands-on workshop on landscape painting for adults. Sessions 1 through 4 will meet at the Johnson...

Sanskrit - An Introduction

What is Sanskrit? Is Sanskrit the oldest language in the world? Is Sanskrit sacred? Is Sanskrit dead? -- What are the Vedas? And what is Vedic? -- Why does...

Science Cabaret Presents: The God Particle

Why is the recently discovered Higgs Boson particle often referred to as the GodParticle, and what makes its discovery one of the most important in recent...

How to Do Bird Conservation the UK Way: The Role of Science

Dr. Mark Avery spent 25 years working for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) in the UK–an organization with more than 1.1 million paying...

Tuesday, May 28