Events

Monday, April 21

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...

The Magical Natural History of the Smoky Mountains: A CAU Study Tour

Embracing more than eight hundred square miles, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a biodiversity showcase, outstripping in variety of plants and...

White Ribbon Campaign

Cornell Men Against Sexual Violence and Wingman have combined forces to get as many men as possible to sign a pledge against sexual violence. Men who sign...

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...

Habitat for Humanity's Truss Days

It's that time of year again- time for TRUSS DAYS! Join Habitat for Humanity on Ho Plaza to build trusses to be used in local houses! No experience...

Prescriptions for Urban Ailments: Planning Solutions of the 1920s-1940s

From the roaring twenties to the New Deal era, planners, civic leaders, and other reformers diagnosed urban ailments and prescribed new interventions to...

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,...

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...

Reduced Chemical Golf Course Management (with various sub topics)

Training on Reduced Chemical Golf Course Management will be provided to State Park Golf Course Personnel. It will include a review of successes and...

Developing Your Professional Portfolio

This student-led brown-bag discussion series is part of the GET SET program for graduate students, future educators and teaching assistants. Get together...

Horticulture seminar is on hiatus

Originally schedule seminar, Seed Encapsulation and its effects on seedling growth and performance with Hiromi Wilson, PhD Program, Graduate Field of...

'Re-animating Stagnation: The Queer Times & Magical Spaces of Late Socialism

Anna Fishzon (History, Williams College) will present 'Re-animating Stagnation: The Queer Times & Magical Spaces of Late Socialism' on Monday, April 21 at...

Faculty Teaching Grant Projects: How Can I Apply These Lessons to My Course?

Five Cornell faculty members will present the results of their grant-funded teaching projects in this interactive poster session. Participants will leave...

"Core Financial Planning Issues for Today's DVM Graduate "

John Tait, DVM, MBA, MS Finance, Harvard Business Certified Business Valuator

Department of Molecular Medicine Seminar

Glucagon-like Peptide 1 in the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes. Dr. John Krupinski, Department of Discovery Biology, Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical...

Department of Physics Colloquium - Salpeter Lecture

General Physics shared Colloquium with Astronomy as part of the Salpeter Lectures, Adam Showman, University of Arizona. Refreshments from 3:30 - 3:50...

Fulkerson Lectures: Dimitris Bertsimas (MIT) - Health Care Analytics

In this talk we present an analytics approach to a) personalized diabetes management and b) design of clinical trials for cancer as well as some thoughts on...

Labor Economics, Bruce Meyer

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

The LaFeber-Silbey Lecture

ADAM GOPNIK - of the New Yorker "Some Ways of Writing History"

Public Speaking Workshop

Please join Women in Public Policy and Cornell Public Affairs Society as we cosponsor a public speaking training workshop with Professor Snow. This workshop...

End-of-Year Graduate Students of Color Banquet

Come and enjoy good food, drinks, and entertainment. Most importantly, come out and support fellow graduate/professional students that will be honored at the...

Berndnaut Smilde: Nimbus Milstein Hall 2014

Artist Berndnaut Smilde lives and works in Amsterdam. His work consists of installations, sculptures, and photographs. Focusing on the ethereal, his work...

Jazz@Dinner

Appel Sextet plays at Bethe House's Jansen's Dining Room. Spencer Amer, trumpet Michael Jessel, alto Alex Pundyk, guitar Ben Russo, piano Matt Clymer,...

Finance and Sustainability Colloquium Presents, Taryn Goodman, MBA '09, Director, Impact Investing, RSF Social Finance

Taryn Goodman is the Director of Impact Investing at RSF Social Finance, a nonprofit financial institution offering investing, lending, and giving services...

West Campus Francophone Table

Join us during dinner for conversation in French.

CU Deaf Awareness Project Presents Sean Forbes: Deaf and Loud

Deaf hip-hop artist and rapper Sean Forbes sees music a little differently. Sean Forbes will give a presentation about music accessibility and his personal...

How to get into (or out of) Showbiz with Robert Lieberman

Film director, novelist, and physicist, Robert H. Lieberman will give insights into the film and publishing world and screen clips from two of his films...

To Know the Crow: Insights and Stories From a Quarter Century of Crow Study

American Crows have followed us into our suburban and urban neighborhoods, making them one of our most familiar birds. They have socially intricate lives,...

CU Music: Xak Bjerken, piano, with guest violinist

Xak Bjerken, piano, and guest violinist Vesselin Gellev present both Bartók Violin Sonatas and two premieres inspired by writings of Nabokov: Tonia Ko’s...

Monday, April 21