Events

Thursday, April 17

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...

Sports Night

Do you love sports? Do you love cheering on your favorite teams with friends? Looking for a place to chow down on wings on a Thursday night? Then the Bear's...

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...

We Step Into the Light

Seeking to bring awareness to the issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking and gender based violence, this exhibit features work in various...

“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...

 'ROOTED' community art installation

Our ROOTED installation is now scheduled for this Thursday morning. It promises to be a beautiful day! We plan to meet our Grounds Department at the KPL...

Mindfulness Meditation, 8 Week Series

Reduce your stress & negative self-talk. Improve your focus & efficiency. Boost your immune system. Max. 15 participants. For details, email ajc3

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....

Cornell Club of Los Angeles - Chen Art Gallery plus Optional Lunch

Chen Art Gallery plus Optional Lunch at The Depot RestaurantArt lovers should not miss this private tour!Two-hour tour plus optional no-host lunch.Chen Art...

Beyond Earth Art • Contemporary Artists and the Environment

Looking back to Cornell’s 1969 "Earth Art" exhibition, "beyond earth art" explores how contemporary artists have taken on "the environment" as a subject of...

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...

CALS AWARE presentation 'Conservation Agri-Culture: Integrating bird conservation with socio-ecological needs in Q’eqchi’ Maya agroecosystems in the highlands of Guatemala'

Gemara Gifford is a Master’s student in Natural Resources and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Conservation Science Program under the direction of Dr. Amanda...

Food-Water-Life/Lucy+Jorge Orta

Presented as part of the beyond earth art project at the Johnson, French wife-husband duo Lucy + Jorge Orta explore major concerns that define the 21st...

Retiree Benefit Programs in a New Marketplace

With a focus on the retired membership, Paul Bursic will be presenting and taking your questions regarding benefits programs in a new marketplace. Bring...

Cornell Club of Cape Cod: Luncheon with The Point's Mindy Todd

Cornell Club of Cape Cod: Spring LuncheonMindy Todd is the Managing Director of Editorial for WCAI, the Cape and Islands NPR Station and the host and...

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...

SEAP Brown Bag Talk – David Hunt, Professor of History, University of Massachusetts Boston

Don’t Listen, Don’t Listen, It’s a Pack of Lies!: Vietnamese Peasants and the Propaganda Wars of the 1960s

'ROOTED' community art installation ribbon-cutting

Remarks by Dean Boor and horticulture chair Marvin Pritts at 12:15 on Libe Slope below McGraw Clock Tower. ROOTED is a living community art installation...

Caregiver Support & Education Network

Are you providing care for an adult family member, spouse, or friend? If so, you are invited to attend meetings of the Caregiver Support & Education Network....

Dumb and No More Here: An Inquiry into the Impact of the Rulings of the European Court of Justice

Judge Sinisa Rodin; Jugde on the European Court of Justice

The United States and the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process: Lessons from Recent History

Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies weekly brown bag seminar.

CEN Webinar: Boomer Entrepreneurs

Lynn Zuckerman Gray JD'75 will lead this interactive webinar created especially for Baby Boomers to address the challenges this generation is facing today....

Effects of Rising Rural Population Density on Smallholder Agriculture in Kenya

Milu Muyanga is an assistant professor of international agricultural development at Michigan State University. He is involved in food policy research under...

Cornell’s Mobile Strategy Presentation

A campus IT committee was charged with developing a framework for a campus mobile strategy. At this campus forum, the mobile committee will share the mobile...

"Chemical and Structural Engineering of Nanomaterials for Energy Applications"

MSE Spring Seminar given by Prof. Richard Robinson of MSE at Cornell University. Refreshments at 3:30pm in the Bard Hall Lounge (260 Bard).

Development, Jessica Leight

Jessica Leight, Williams College 494 Uris Hall

ORIE Colloquium: Bora Keskin (U.Chicago) - Chasing Demand: Learning and Earning in a Changing Environment

We consider a dynamic pricing problem in which a seller faces an unknown demand model that can change over time. We measure the amount of change over a time...

CU Music: Musicology Colloquium 4/17, canceled

CANCELED: Aaron Fox (Columbia University) presents "Repatriation as Reciprocity: Ethnomusicology's Obligation to the Future." In recent years he has focused...

Commemoration of  the 20th anniversary of the Rwanda Genocide

The keynote address will be given by Adama Dieng, the UN Secretary-General's Special Adviser for the Prevention of Genocide and followed by a panel...

Department Workshop

Philosophy Department workshop, limited to department members.

Microeconomic Theory - Arpita Ghosh

Arpita Ghosh, Cornell University, Information Sciences URH 498

Recent Controversies on the Role of Hadith in Islam

Rainer Brunner is interested in Islamic intellectual history, especially modernism and modern appropriations of classical concepts. He is also exploring...

Burdens of Proof: Perspectives in Evaluation at Large-Scale Nonprofit Initiatives

This lecture will be co-presented by two alums of the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs MPA program--Cath Kane '04 and Nelli Garton '05. Cath Kane is the...

Facilitating Interactive Classroom Discussions

This student-led teaching seminar is part of the GET SET program for graduate students, future educators and teaching assistants. Part of the "Creating an...

Poster Making and Printing

Learn best practices and useful resources for research poster design in this short interactive workshop! We will judge some existing posters, review basic...

Rawlings Cornell Presidential Research Scholars (RCPRS) Senior Expo

Over forty talented Cornell University seniors will present and discuss their research at the annual Senior Expo on April 17th. The expo, which is free and...

“The Barrel of a Pen: Politics and Struggle in African Writing”

Imprisoned for his activism in Kenya, adopted as an Amnesty International prisoner of conscience, spoken of as a likely candidate for the Nobel Prize for...

Patrick Manning: Our Inviolable Asylum...the Violence of Primitive and Pre-logical Silence

Patrick Craig Manning's photographic, digital, and video work invokes loss to explore the intersection of representation, language, and history and has been...

Stadium Runs

To sign up, e-mail GRF Darvin @ dg423

Canine Retinal Repair Lecture

Dr. Wolfer, one of just a few veterinary retinal surgeons in North America, will join us to talk about this exciting field.

Ruffwear: Preparing the Active Dog for Outdoor Adventures

Dinner lecture by Ruffwear on proper outfitting of dogs for various outdoor adventures, including hiking, kayaking, and skiing.

Mission Impossible

Do you like figuring puzzles and riddles? Then come to Appel Fireside lounge to test out your skills? If you are able to reach the end, then you can win a...

BASE in Yo Face: Bring Back the BASE

BASE Productions, Cornell's oldest co-ed dance crew, is excited to present our annual spring showcase "BASE in Yo Face: Bring Back the Base". This year's...

Cornell Club of Wisconsin - Book Club

Thursday, April 17th, Book Club, 7 pm at the Downtown Barriques on West WashTo follow the lead of the CCOW-Milwaukee Book Club we will be reading The Big...

Why Are We Stuck in Climate Change Denial?

A public conversation sponsored by Sustainable Tompkins to be held Thursday, April 17, from 7-9 pm , at the Sustainability Center, 111 N. Albany St., Ithaca,...

Chimeras - Ithaca premiere!

2013 > China/Finland > Directed by Mika Mattila With Liu Gang, Wang Guangyi Set in China's turbulent contemporary art world, the film offers an intense...

American Hustle

2013 > USA > Directed by David O. Russell With Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper A smart and savvy con man and his slick and...

Thursday, April 17