Events

Monday, April 7

Calvin Somang Kim: M(oonswoo)n Sea(spot)s

They are clumsily awkward. the broken snowballs, belated bubbles, moonlight glows, seeded pebbles, flawed bokeh... waking blurry-eyed from a dreaming from...

Entrepreneurship Seminar Series Event

Discussion and book sale/signing with Entrepreneur, Venture Investor and Author of Startup Rising: the Entrepreneurial Revolution Remaking the Middle East. ...

Jenny E. Sabin: Datascapes

Although there have been tremendous innovations in design, material sciences, bio and information technologies, direct interactions and collaborations...

Nahyun Hwang and David Eugin Moon: Post-Scribing

Post-Scribing features selected works of N H D M / Nahyun Hwang+David Eugin Moon, each dealing with conditions of "post" urbanisms, where the existing...

“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...

Christina Chan: Palmitate: More than metabolism?

Christina Chan Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Michigan State University In addition to its metabolic role, palmitate, a saturated FFA, is recognized 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...

Open House for Admitted Students

Please join us for our Spring 2014 Open House for Admitted Students. The day will include program overviews and Q & A sessions with faculty and current...

Visualizing Data

Data Visualization is one of the most important ways to communicate your research findings. As the amount of freely available data increases, and as easy to...

2014 Doris Lecture: Catherine Bradshaw

"School-Based Prevention of Behavior Problems: Integrating and Advancing the Evidence Base" 2014 John Doris Memorail Lecture Catherine Bradshaw, Ph.D.,...

Douglass Holmes & Odette Lienau, Global Finance Initiative Workshop

Lunch provided. RSVP to global.finance@cornell.edu As part of a workshop for the Global Finance Initiative, Douglas Holmes, Professor, Department of...

Allele Abundance and Diversity of Soil Denitrification Genes NirK, NirS and NosZ in Conventional and Organic Small Grain Farming Systems

Geneva location: A134 Barton via Polycom. Jude Maul, research ecologist, USDA-ARS, Beltsville, Md. Department of Horticulture seminars meet 12:20 to 1:10...

Dr. Greg Dwyer Seminar: Combining models and experiments to understand the role of natural selection in pathogen-driven insect outbreaks

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Weekly Seminar Series. Hosts: Nelson Hairston and Katie Sirianni

Change Management Insights & Dialogue: A Practitioner's Perspective

The Human Capital Association invites you to "Change Management Insights & Dialogue: A Practitioner's Perspective" with speak Anne Gotte, Director of Talent...

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...

Will the Real Karl Polanyi Please Stand Up? Evidence from the Archive:The Unknown Karl Polanyi

The meaning and political purposes of Karl Polanyi's magisterial The Great Transformation have long been taken for granted. More recently, however, a...

Bethe Lecture Series - Department of Physics Colloquium

General Physics Colloquium as part of the Bethe Lecture Series, David Awschalom, University of Chicago. Refreshments from 3:30 - 3:50 PM. Host: Jeevak...

Department of Molecular Medicine Seminar

Going Big and Back Again - Genome Wide Screens Identify Hsp90 Targets for Experimental Validation. Dr. Amie McClellan, Biology, Division of Natural Sciences...

Labor Economics, Christian Dustmann

Christian Dustmann, University College London 115 Ives Hall

Finance and Sustainability Colloquium Presents, Bennett Thomas, MBA ‘03, Vice President, Finance & Sustainability, Hersha

Bennett Thomas, Vice President of Finance and Sustainability with Hersha Hospitality Trust is responsible for corporate finance and EarthView®, the Hersha...

West Campus Francophone Table

Join us during dinner for conversation in French.

Choc-a-lot

Why did Lady Godiva ride naked through the countryside? Where does the word chocolate come from? And why do we like chocolate so much anyway? Come by...

Roommate Appreciation Day

The year is almost coming to an end and you and your roommate, suitemate, hallmate, floormate, or just mate may not be living near each other next year. Come...

Steven Kaufman- Understanding Veterinary Contracts

Stephen Kaufman, an attorney, will be speaking about how to understand employment contracts including how they work, what to expect, and negotiations.

Clark’s Nutcrackers: Pivotal Players in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Whitebark pine and Clark’s Nutcrackers have a fascinating relationship. The trees provide the birds with rich, fatty seeds that have more calories per pound...

CU Music: senior flute recital

Senior recital: Tevin Conner, flute, with pianist Kyuree Kang and quintet members Sophie Ruff (oboe), Tyler Ehrlich (clarinet), Jason Lee (bassoon), and...

Monday, April 7