Events

Friday, December 1

Dress and Body: Oneness or Duality?

This exhibition Dress and Body: Oneness or Duality? is the creative outcome of a research project by Professor Jooyoung Shin; an examination of the physical...

Enchanted Asia

Do you have a lucky charm? Before embarking on a course of action do you say a special mantra, check your astrological chart or perform a small ritual? If...

RNAS IN ALL SHAPES, SIZES, AND FORMS: MARKERS AND REGULATORS OF HEALTH AND DISEASE

A Joint Cornell University & Weill Cornell Medicine Symposium Open to all members of the Cornell-Ithaca and Weill Cornell Medicine Community Travel, food,...

Second Annual Cut Flower Conference

Questions to Lily Calderwood, lbc75@cornell.edu or Tove Ford, tff24@cornell.edu. Second Annual Capital Region and Hudson Valley, New York Cut-Flower...

South Africa: Nature and Human Nature

From its exceptional biodiversity to its complex and troubled social and political history, South Africa provides an extraordinary study of nature and human...

 Fight To the Beginning: The Struggle for Women’s Suffrage in New York

Mann Library’s exhibit: Fight To the Beginning: The Struggle for Women’s Suffrage in New York is about the struggle to enact woman suffrage in the Empire...

Gabriel Ramos: Tendederos

Tendederos consists of the creation of a site-specific installation, by Gabriel Ramos (M.F.A. '18), that centers on the construction of abstracted...

Go Figure: The Fashion Silhouette & the Female Form

Curated by Rachel Doran ('19), "Go Figure: The Fashion Silhouette & the Female Form" explores perceptions and representations of Euro-American beauty ideals...

Island Immersion: Diving into Discovery at Shoals Marine Lab

Shoals Marine Laboratory, located 6 miles offshore in the Gulf of Maine, provides a unique learning environment where students can immerse themselves in an...

Thesis and Dissertation Grad Write-Ins

Grad Write-Ins occur every weekday that class is in session, from 8:00-11:00am in the Big Red Barn. Come join other students who also have writing goals and...

The World Bewitch’d: Visions of Witchcraft from the Cornell Collections

The exhibition “The World Bewitch’d” explores the origins and spread of the belief in witchcraft across Europe. It features rare and unique books and...

Conference on State Austerity and Local Fiscal Stress: Evidence from Wisconsin, Michigan, and New York

Five years ago, the state of Michigan passed Public Act 436 to address fiscal stress in local government. The emergency managers appointed through this law...

Exploration Station

Stop by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Visitor Center on Friday or Saturday mornings between 10:00 a.m. and noon to see what's new at our Exploration...

From the Darkness of the Sea: The Cornell Collection of Blaschka Glass Invertebrate Models

In 1882, at the request of Professor John Henry Comstock and with the support of President Andrew Dickson White, Cornell acquired 570 Blaschka glass sea...

Lines of Inquiry: Learning from Rembrandt's Etchings

More than sixty impressions from across Rembrandt’s oeuvre will show the artist’s process, including how he made changes to his plates, and detail his use of...

Power, Haunting, and Resilience

Fourteen artists from Taiwan expose the lingering, often haunting effects of authoritarianism, social ideology, environmental disaster, international...

Sama Alshaibi: Silsila

Silsila consists of several photographic series and videos by artist Sama Alshaibi. Named for the Arabic word silsila, or “link,” the exhibition is meant to...

The Work of Architects and Scholars in Times of Turmoil: Urban Renewal of Istanbul

A panel with Senem Doyduk and Ayşe Çavdar, moderated by Esra Akcan and Peter Christensen The CNY Humanities Corridor working group will extend the goals of...

Urszula Piasta-Mansfield: The Perfect Crime: How Europeans Stole Indigenous Lands and Forgot About It

Lecture by Urszula Piasta-Mansfield, Lecturer and Extension Associate, American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program, Cornell University Abstract: A...

“The diversity, functions, and evolution of secondary siRNA pathways in plants” - Blake Meyers

Blake Meyers Professor, Division of Plant Sciences, University of Missouri Blake's work focuses on genome-scale studies of RNA and components of RNA...

Medical Marriage, Pathological Love, and Syphilis in the Late Ottoman Empire

Join us for FGSS' final faculty lunch presentation of the fall 2018 semester featuring Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow Secil Yilmaz. Although it had existed in...

Systems Seminar/Ezra's Round Table: Christopher Rahn (Penn State) - Battery Systems Engineering: Enabling Mobility and Independence from the Grid

Batteries enable mobile and un-plugged electronics with applications ranging from cell phones to solar homes. For example, batteries are being widely adopted...

Department of Psychology Colloquium Series

"Social Categorizations as Decisions Made Under Uncertainty" presented by Kerri L. Johnson, Department of Psychology, University of California Los Angeles

Panel Discussion: Austerity, Michigan Cities, and the Future

Claire McClinton Claire McClinton is a United Automobile Workers retiree born and raised in Flint, Michigan, who has been a leading community activist...

The Gottschalk Seminar with Kim F. Hall

"'I didn’t think I would feel like this': Early Modern Race Studies and its Discontents" For this graduate student seminar, Professor Hall will circulate...

Joint LEPP Seminar: Scott Aaronson, UT Austin

Firewalls, AdS/CFT, and Computational Complexity Abstract: One such connection, made by Harlow and Hayden in 2013, seeks to address the notorious...

Michela Milano

Empirical Model Learning for Sustainability Challenges Computational Sustainability Virtual Seminar Free registration via Cornell...

Polson Institute Small Grant Awardees Presentations

The small grants program of the Polson Institute for Global Development is designed to expand and support the research activities of faculty, associates, and...

 English Department Roundtable (EDR)

Presenter: Sam Lagasse Title: "The Improbable Indian: Primitivism and Orientalism in Andrew Salkey’s Escape to an Autumn Pavement (1960)" Moderator:...

Clinical Sciences Nestle Purina Seminar Series

“Finding genes for complex traits: mostly agony and little ecstasy,” presented by Dr. Rory Todhunter, BVSc, PhD, Greenberg Professor of Surgery, Cornell...

Mia Toledo: The Church of Thoughts and Prayers

Mia Toledo's (B.F.A. '18) The Church of Thoughts and Prayers is an immersive space that comments on the blood-soaked conscience of the National Rifle...

CAM Colloquium:  Stephen Ellner (EEB, Cornell University) - Who gets into the 1%, and why: integrodifference equations as models for individuals, populations, and communities

Abstract: In humans “the 1%” refers to inequality in wealth. Many animal and plant populations have similarly extreme inequality in lifetime reproductive...

GSPS

Graduate Student and Postdoc Seminar

MBG Friday Seminar with Erwin London "Using lipid exchange to explore membrane organization and function from model membrane vesicles to cells"

Molecular Biology and Genetics and Jerry Feigenson will be hosting Dr. Erwin London for his "Using lipid exchange to explore membrane organization and...

ARCH 2613/5613: Structural Systems II: Structural Analysis and Exploration

Buildings are generally conceived, designed, and constructed to serve a specific program. The nature of the program will often influence the architectural...

Arabian Night

End-of-Semester event to celebrate Arab culture Arabic cuisine/Dabke and Sudanese dances/live music/etc.

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.

Climates of Change: A Living Newspaper

Co-directed by Sarah K. Chalmers & Godfrey L. Simmons Created in collaboration with the community and developed by students of the Cornell Department of...

Mini Locally Grown Dance

From the solemn to the outrageous. From stillness to the manic. This year's Mini Locally Grown Dance: Cut and Paste (Slivers) showcases a series of short...

2017 K-Pop Noraebang Contest

Let's celebrate the end of the semester with Korean music! Enjoy free Korean food and performances, and vote for your favorite contestant!

CANCELED CU Music: pianist Becky Lu

PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED. Recital: Becky Lu, piano, performs Russian Piano Sonatas: Works by Scriabin, Stravinsky, and Prokofiev.

Friday, December 1