Events

Monday, April 14

John Zissovici: n'Apparatus

"If animals did not exist the nature of man would be even more incomprehensible." — Georges-Louis Buffon n'Apparatus is a large-scale photographic...

Nick Foster: Haecceitas

This exhibit shows photographs of banal, quotidian objects and homely, familiar spaces, generally with little or no intervention. The objects depicted are...

We Step into the Light Mann Library Exhibit

Come and see the artwork created by volunteers artists and volunteer survivors who participated in We Step into the Light, a project raising awareness about...

'ROOTED' community art installation

ROOTED is a living community art installation designed to actively engage students and others on the Cornell campus. On April 14, 350 large flower pots...

“An Extreme Stirrer-Up of Passions" – Falconry at Cornell and Around the World

“An Extreme Stirrer-Up of Passions” – Falconry at Cornell and Around the World explores the ancient, yet still vibrant world of falconry with gorgeous...

Speaking of Sex: Human Sexuality Collection Exhibition

Cornell University Library’s new exhibition, Speaking of Sex, celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Human Sexuality Collection. A quarter of a century ago,...

Spring Break Camp

School is out and spring is here, it's time to head outside! Each day of camp is filled with fun and educational activities that celebrate this muddy season....

Bird Watching: Drawings by Jeff Harnden

Original, color and black-and-white pen and ink drawings of birds in natural habitats. Artist is an inmate at Kern Vally State Prison. Exhibit made possible...

Botanical Cyanotypes by Laurie Snyder

Now through the end of February, cyanotype botanical prints by Laurie Snyder will be on dislplay in the Nevin Welcome Center. Laurie Snyder is an Ithaca...

CLASSE Seminar-John B. Parise

"Real-time/operando high-energy x-ray scattering" Abstract: Scattering is the primary tool for determining structure property relationships in condensed...

"International Efforts Aimed at Combating Corruption”

Conrad Daly J.D./Maitrise '11, Consultant for the Europe and Central Asia (ECA) region of World Bank

American Red Cross Blood Drives

The Cornell community has direct impact on how many lives are saved from blood drives. Every single blood donation can help 3 patients. Help save lives and...

Soils in the Urban Environment: A Long Term Evaluation of The Scoop & Dump Remediation Strategy

Geneva location: A137 Barton via Polycom. Miles Sax, MPS/PGL Program, Graduate Field of Horticulture, Cornell University Soils found in human-impacted...

Dr. Ursula Gaedke Seminar: Interplay between evolutionary and phenotypic trait changes and biomass dynamics in predator-prey systems

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Weekly Seminar Series. Host: Nelson Hairston

From Ithaca to The Hague: Advancing Global Justice at the International Courts

From Ithaca to The Hague: Advancing Global Justice at the International Courts Steven Koh ‘08 Fellow at the American Society of International Law in DC

A Snapshot of the Status of the Nuisance Wildlife Control Industry

From diverse, often humble, beginnings in the 1980’s and 1990’s, the for-profit wildlife damage management sector has evolved into a maturing industry....

2014 Julian C. Smith Lectures: April 14-15

John F. Brady will deliver the 2014 Julian C. Smith Lecture Series. Monday, April 14 The Micromechanics of Colloidal Dispersions Abstract: It's morning....

Department of Physics Colloquium - Gold Lecture

General Physics shared Colloquium with Astronomy as part of the Gold Lectures, J. Richard Bond, Canadian Institute of Theoretical Astrophysics. Refreshments...

Julian C. Smith Lecture Series

John F. Brady is the Chevron Professor of Chemical Engineering at California Institute of Technology 2 lectures will be presented: Monday, April 14 &...

Stem Cell Seminar

Jeremy Rich, Chairman of the Department of Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine and Co-Director of the National Center for Regenerative Medicine...

Sustaining the Humanities: Climates, Creatures, Geographies

Sponsored by the Society for the Humanities Initiative on Sustainability via the Humanities and the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future Monday,...

All You Need to Know about Changing Colleges within Cornell University

Stop by and find out how to change colleges within Cornell University.

Cornell Club of Northeastern Ohio - Sandra Pianalto - 35 Years at The Fed

Sandra Pianalto: 35 Years at The FedMonday, April 14, 20145:30 pm – 7:00 pmFederal Reserve Bank of Cleveland1455 East 6th StreetCleveland, OH 44114If you...

Anthropology of International Contract

Enrico Castaldi; Founding partner of Castaldi Mourre & Partners

From Writer's Room to In Front of the Camera:  My perspective from all sides of the L Word - Guinevere Turner

Guinevere Turner spent the first two seasons of Showtime's The L Word as a writer, a story editor and the recurring character Gabby Deveaux. In this event,...

West Campus Francophone Table

Join us during dinner for conversation in French.

We Are Cornell Banner

Proud to be a Cornell Student? Kick off CornellDays by joining CCP as we unite the campus in collage of handprints, messages, and doodles in a We Are Cornell...

Super Seder!

Join together as one community for Passover Seder with many distinctive Seders to choose from. The First Night Seder is at Robert Purcell Marketplace Eatery...

Saw-whet Owls: The Cute Factor Aids Science

The Northern Saw-whet Owl is widely distributed and more than 200,000 of these tiny raptors have been banded. Dr. John L. Confer from the Ithaca College...

Monday, April 14