Events

Friday, April 25

2014 Upstate NY ASCE Regional Conference

Steel Bridge Competition, Concrete Canoe Competition, Mead Presentations, Mystery Competition

Adaptive Precedents

"It is not the strongest species that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change." — Charles Darwin Adaptation is not just a tool or technique,...

Cornell Club of Colorado - All Ivy Plus Lost Valley Ranch Weekend

Save the DateAll Ivy Plus Lost Valley Ranch WeekendApril 25 – 27

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...

Lia Sutton: Flow

Lia Sutton (M.F.A. '15) presents her work in the Olive Tjaden Gallery.

Mariamma Kambon: Altars of Poverty

Mariamma Kambon (M.F.A. '14) presents her thesis project.

Sophia Balagamwala: The Moonch and His Poof

Within the constructs of the frame, a voluptuous man can transform into a fruit, then into a grenade, into the landscape, the frame, and then mutate back...

"'Princely Offspring of Braganza': Britain’s 'Brazil Plan' for Portugal and the Miscarriage of British Abolition, 1806-1815" by Professor Joselyn Almeida-Beveridge

Joselyn Almeida-Beveridge will be giving the 7th Annual Global C19 Day Keynote Lecture ""'Princely Offspring of Braganza': Britain’s 'Brazil Plan' for...

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,...

Art of Agricultue

Come to the first ever agriculture day on the ARTS quad, hosted by Cornell's professional, agricultural sorority, Sigma Alpha! Compete in the Ag Olympics,...

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...

Enticing the Eye/Exploring the Frame

Each year the Johnson Museum provides an opportunity for students in the History of Art Majors’ Society to gain direct curatorial experience by organizing an...

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...

Janet Roitman, Global Finance Initiative Workshop

RSVP to global.finance@cornell.edu As part of a Global Finance Initiative workshop, Janet Roitman, Chair and Associate Professor, Department of...

Buy Challah & Support Hunger Relief!

Cornell's Challah for Hunger Club will be selling loaves of challah in four delicious flavors: chocolate chip, cinnamon sugar, plain, and raisin! All...

Cornell Club of Michigan - April 2014 All Ivy Lunch

Friday, April 25th - All Ivy Lunch• WHAT: Friday All Ivy Lunch• WHO: Ivy Alumni and Guests• WHEN: 11:30 am, Friday, April 25th 2014•...

Thrift Shop on Ho Plaza!

It's that time of the year again -- Greeks Go Green is bringing the Thrift Shop to campus!Stop by Ho Plaza to purchase clothing that is new to you for $5 or...

Engaged Cornell Speaker Series "Human Inquiry for Living Systems: An Elaborated Action Research Framework for Wanted Change and Stability at any Scale"

This presentation will introduce to a US audience for the first time a newly published synthesis that sees the act of inquiry as the dynamic of living...

Ezra's Round Table/Systems Seminar: Clifford Winston (Brookings) - The U.S. Transportation System and Economic Performance: Governance Considerations

This presentation will characterize the U.S. transportation system as an integral component of the economy's growth and productivity. The efficiency of the...

Makerspaces! Having Fun with your Science

Bring your lunch along to learn about the world of makerspaces! Members of the Ithaca Generator will be on hand to talk about their experiences with 3D...

SpringFest

Join us on the Ag Quad for food, games, and fun to celebrate sustainability month! You'll get to meet the student groups who are making campus a more...

Blood, Brains, and Lasers: Using in Vivo Imaging to Uncover the Mechanisms of Brain Blood Flow Decrease in Alzheimer’s Disease

Chris Schaffer, Ph.D. Assoc. Professor, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering Cornell University Infection & Immunity Seminar Series

Linda Farthing and Tom Perreault: Benjamin Kohl Memorial

Benjamin Kohl was a mechanic and academic who was granted his Ph.D. from Cornell's Department of City and Regional Planning and who taught for 10 years at...

Civil War at the Tredwells and Other Lessons Learned from the Public Humanities Front.  Luncheon Colloquium with Thomas Balcerski

What are the prospects for the public humanities today? How does funding work for public projects? What are the possibilities of intersection between the...

LEPP Theory Seminar

Timm Wrase, Standord Mathieu Moonshine and its Implications for Physics After reviewing Monstrous moonshine, I will discuss the recently discovered Mathieu...

CU Music: Composers' Forum 4/25

Guest composer Georg Friedrich Haas (Columbia University) presents his music as the Philomela speaker. Born in 1953 in Graz, Austria, Haas has emerged as...

Financing Innovation and Sustainable Development in Africa

The Cornell Institute for African Development (IAD), in collaboration with the African Development Bank (AfDB), is holding a symposium on the theme Financing...

CLASSE Seminar-Richard G. Milner

"Searching for New Physics at Low Energies" Abstract: The Standard Model has been a great success. Thus far, it has passed all tests at the high energy...

Camp Mushroom

Camp Mushroom is a unique beginner/intermediate level workshop for those interested in small-scale forest mushroom cultivation. Join Professor Ken Mudge and...

Islam and Democracy: Destined to Collide?

Mustafa Akyol is a Turkish political commentator and author based in Istanbul, Turkey. He is a regular opinion writer for various publications, including The...

Kretzmann Lecture: Shelly Kagan, Yale

Philosophy Lecture, Shelly Kagan: "What is Ill-Being When Well-Being is Enjoying the Good?", annual Kretzmann Lecture for Undergraduates.

The New Italy Speaker Series: Paolo Silvestri (University of Turin)

The New Italy Speaker Series: Paolo Silvestri (University of Turin) will present 'The Human Foundation of the Italian Polity: Is Hope Possible Here?' on...

CAM Colloquium: Ashish Raj (Cornell Weill) - Graph Theoretic analysis of brain networks in health and disease

Whole brain connectivity networks are now routinely derived from diffusion MRI, followed by tractography and connectivity estimation. Functional connectivity...

Psychology Colloquium

"How Do Infants Learn New Social Skills? Lessons from Attention-Sharing"

LEPP Journal Club

Abigail Vieregg, University of Chicago Detection of B-mode Polarization with the BICEP2 Polarimeter at the South Pole Inflation, the superluminal expansion...

MBG Friday Seminar Series

MBG Friday Seminar Speaker: Iain Cheeseman MIT Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research Title: "Generating a dynamic kinetochore-Microtubule...

LBSA Internship Advice

Second year MBA Latinos will share their insights about their experience in their internships

Diversity in Scholarship & Engagement Symposium

Join the Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives (OADI) to celebrate another year of academic excellence! Presentations on undergraduate research and...

Flow, collaborative art exhibition

Dates of exhibition: Monday April 20 - Friday April 25* *changes every day! Gallery hours: 8am-8pm Closing Reception: Friday April 25, 5pm-8pm Come...

GAYpril Pride Dinner

Risley Dining invites you to join us this Friday for a LGBTQ and Ally Dinner. Come show your colors and celebrate the beauty of our diverse community. We...

Origami Club Weekly Meeting

Come Fold with us! All materials are provided and all levels of experience are welcome.

VIDA, AABP, and VOICE Campbell Lecture Series: Infectious Diseases in Developing Nations: A focus on Transboundary Animal Diseases

Dr. Henry Kamagy, a locally practicing bovine veterinarian from Kenya, will speak about some of the more common transboundary animal diseases that affect not...

Jazz@Dinner

Bissett Quintet plays at Bethe House's Jansen's Dining Room. Teddy Gross, tenor Shyan McGee, guitar Fred Callaway, piano Brian Morris, bass Eric Lippin,...

CU Music: "World Music Night"

“World Music Night” features the Cornell Steel Band and World Drum & Dance Ensemble; Michael Compitello, director, with Nukporfe, Binghamton University’s...

Take Back the Night March and Rally

An annual march and rally to show support for survivors of sexual violence, relationship violence and child sexual abuse, and to take a stand as a community...

Coffeehouse

Come watch amazing performers for FREE at The Bear's Den. Performances range from guitar, piano, singing, and more. All performers are Cornell Students. Open...

Cornell Games Club Weekly Meeting

We play board games, card games, miniatures games, and role-playing games (RPGs). Attendance is free and open to anyone. Rules are taught for most games.

CAS Astronomical Observing and Open House

If the weather is clear, we will be heading upstairs to look at stars, planets, galaxies, nebulae, and anything else we can find in the sky! Members of the...

Far From Canterbury, A Musical

Music and play written Danny Bernstein ’14, directed and choreographed by Stephen Low. This re-imagined telling of “The Wife of Bath’s Tale” from Geoffrey...

CU Music: 7 Soundspaces:  Mozart Reframed

Cornell University Chorus and Glee Club; Robert Isaacs, director, with Argento Chamber Ensemble; Michel Galante, conductor, and vocal soloists Judith...

For Students Only: Framed

Experience a night of relaxation and fun at this late-night student event hosted by the Museum Club in celebration of the end of term and the History of Art...

The RED Event

Join us Friday, April 25th for the 1st Hangar Aces PARTY. We'll pick you up and drop you off, downtown! You've seen them at The Nines, Lot 10, and the...

Genesee-Orleans Cornell Club - Agri-Business/Cornell Luncheon with Guest Speaker Kimberly Pickard-Dudley

Our Genesee-Orleans-Wyoming-Livingston Cornell Club is hosting an Agri-Business/Cornell Luncheon soon and we hope you will attend.Besides being a great...

Friday, April 25