Events

Wednesday, April 30

Economics Week

The Business/Finance Career Path -Hear a panel of current students discuss how Economics helped them enter the Business world! -When: Monday, April...

Francesca Lohmann: Super Terrestrial

New work by Francesca Lohmann (M.F.A. '14).

J. Andrée De León: Today is Not the Only Day, Abstract Intimacy No. 6

An absurdly precarious triptych Super 8 looping installation of personal and found home movies. Physics tells us that the machine that projects the film is...

Jerry Birchfield: Back and Fill

Recent work by Jerry Birchfield (M.F.A.'14).

Mid Week Meditation Hour

The Cornell Consciousness Club, would like to invite everyone in the community to experience a deep guided meditation in our weekly meetings every...

Nic Clear: 15x15: Fifteen Years of Unit 15

"After the age of architecture-sculpture we are now in the time of cinematographic factitiousness; literally as well as figuratively, from now on...

Student Elected Trustee Elections Online Voting Begins

See Student Elected Trustee voting info ad in the Cornell Daily Sun. The voting will begin at 8 a.m. on April 28 and end at 8 a.m. on April 30.

Veterinary Senior Seminars

Stacy Godfrey (SGU) -"Tetralogy of Fallot in a Chihuahua Puppy" Kamilla Shmakalova -"Salpingitis in a 12 year old Quaker Parrot" Jamie Zhen - "Chronic...

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...

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,...

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...

Ms. Marjorie Weber - Doctoral Dissertation Seminar: The evolution of mutualistic defensive traits in plants

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Weekly Seminar Series. Host: Anurag Agrawal

Entomology Seminar Series

Seminar: Margarita López-Uribe, PhD student, Entomology, Cornell University, is speaking on A tale of three bees: Their population structure, phylogeography...

The Tragedy of the Science Communications Commons

The Community & Regional Development Institute will host a research roundtable featuring Dan Kahan, E.K. Dollard Professor of Law and Psychology at Yale Law...

The Tragedy of the Science Communications Commons

Presented by the Community & Regional Development Institute (CaRDI). Dan Kahan of Yale Law School and discussant Lauren Chambliss, Atkinson Center for a...

No Time for Boredom: Panel of Local Cornell Retirees Share What They're Doing Now

We surveyed Cornell retirees and asked what they were doing these days, and their answers inspired and delighted us! So we invited a small group of men and...

Authorea - demo

Authorea: write and manage data-driven, interactive scientific articles in a collaborative environment. Speaker/representative: Alberto Pepe Most tools...

Policy Analysis and Management, Brian Knight

Brian Knight, Brown University Evaluating Competing Explanations for The Midterm Gap: A Unified Econometric Approach with Microfoundations MVR 153 Joint...

LEPP Theory Seminar

Leonard Susskind, Stanford Computational Complexity and Black Hole Horizons

Organize, Safeguard, Update: Managing your digital research files workshop

What is the best way to manage your digital assets over time? How do you safeguard your data from technical obsolescence or accidental loss? Whether it’s...

The Research Paper's Spring Release Party

Interested in the research conducted by Cornell undergraduates? Join us as we unveil and distribute the Spring 2014 issue of The Research Paper at our...

Special ORIE Seminar: Michael O’Sullivan  (Auckland) - An Alternative to Queue-Based Simulation: Hierarchical Control Conceptual Modelling

Conceptual Modeling (CM) is arguably the most vital part of a simulation project, but it is only recently that the Discrete Event Simulation (DES) community...

"Quantifying Microbial Activity in the Subsurface"

EAS Spring Seminar given by Prof. Doug LaRowe from University of Southern California. Refreshments at 3:00 p.m. in the Snee Hall Atrium.

Peter beim Graben: Reanalysis and limited repair parsing in neural networks

In his paper "Reanalysis and limited repair parsing: Leaping off the garden path", Lewis (1998) presented a computational account to Fodor & Inoue's (1994)...

Biophysics Colloquium

Prof Eric Greene from Columbia University. Host: Lucy Brennan Title: Visualizing protein-DNA interactions at the single-molecule level with DNA...

Book Talk: Toward Engaged Anthropology

Today universities are challenged to become more actively engaged with society, government, and the private sector. By partnering with people to reduce...

Economics Q&A Social

Rare chance to get your questions answered by faculty and students!

Lecture by Shoshana Felman (Emory University)

"Writing in the Face of Death: Barbara Johnson's Last Work (Re-Reading Mary Shelley)"

Workshop Wednesdays For Students Only

Relax after a day of classes with a Museum tour followed by an art-making workshop. This month's workshop will let you create sculptures with self-drying...

Poultry Production: Global, US and New York Trends

Dr. Jarra Jagne will discuss: All you wanted to know about chickens; their management, production, nutrition and diseases in different corners of the world...

Forte Career Launch for Women

Whatever may be your passion, career goal, or personal dream, business can help make it a reality. During the 4th Annual Forte Career Launch for Women you...

A3C After Dark: Celebrating APAHM 2014!

Come out for the last A3C After Dark of the year! We'll be holding a free dinner (from Taste of Thai) and discussion about APAHM as well as exploring and...

Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) National Lecture

"What's New at Machu Picchu" James S. Kus Lecture abstract: Since its discovery (or re-discovery) in 1911 by Yale professor and explorer Hiram Binham,...

Explore Study Abroad

Take the opportunity to travel the world though Cornell. Learn about all the Study Abroad options that Cornell has to offer. Plan ahead to you don't miss...

Salsa Dance Beginner Series

Register Online Salsa Beginner 1 6-7pm Salsa Beginner 2 7-8pm Dates: 4/9, 4/16, 4/23, 4/30, 5/7, 5/14 Beginner 1 covers the fundamentals of timing, rhythm,...

Riddle Me This

Tear me off and scratch my head; what was once red is black instead. Tired of doing homework and studying? Come join CCP for some rejuvenating riddles of all...

Becker Rose Cafe: Thriving Through Finals: How to Optimize Your Body and Brain for the Home Stretch

Casual conversation and coffee after House Dinner each Wednesday evening in the apartment of Rose or Becker's House Professor. THIS WEEK: Meet with 3...

Knitting Club

Join House Fellow Poppy McLeod for conversation and knitting! Beginners welcome.

Mirror, Mirror: Creating Honest Self-Portraits Workshop Series

How often do you celebrate yourself? Whether a lot or a little, you are welcome to create a self-portrait celebrating YOU and your story using creative...

The Chanticleer - with filmmaker Becky Lane and guests

2013 > USA > Directed by Becky Lane With Annie Paul, Darryle Johnson, Eliza VanCort, Rebeca Miller Ithaca-based writer/director Becky Lane brings her short...

"Black Holes, The Conservation of Information, and the Holographic Principle"

University Lecture by: LEONARD SUSSKIND, Felix Bloch Professor, Director of the Stanford Institute for Theoretical Physics, Stanford University

CU Music: Piano studio recital

Studio recital: piano students of Xak Bjerken. Features orchestral reductions for four hands/two pianos by Ravel, Stravinsky, Rachmaninoff, and Debussy. ...

Wednesday, April 30