Events

Thursday, March 2

"what lies beneath" wood art hosted by Cornell Botanic Gardens

Local woodworking eco artist Lisa M. Narloch of Wood Owl Original Designs brings her unique, rustic locally sourced art to the Cornell Botanic Gardens Nevin...

4-H County Public Presentation

Herkimer County 4-H Public Presentation Event being held at Herkimer High School from 5PM-8PM. Call Wendy at the 4-H Office with any...

4-H DAIRY QUIZ BOWL COUNTY CONTEST

4-H Dairy Quiz Bowl County Contest Registration for event has CLOSED.

ECERS-3

ECERS-3 March 2, 2017 3:30pm-6pm at CCE in Oriskany Have you have heard of the ECERS-3 (Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale, Third Edition)? ...

Feminism: Food for Thought

Dinner and discussion with a different feminist theme each week. To hear about upcoming themes, please sign up for our newsletter or follow us on Facebook or...

Greenhouse and High Tunnel Vegetable IPM Program: Disease management in greenhouses and high tunnels

Creating an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) plan for vegetable production in greenhouses and high tunnels

How much could ecosystem service payments for perennial crops, cover crops, and improved fertilizer management contribute to improved water quality in the Chesapeake Bay?

Nitrogen losses from annual crops such as maize contribute to excess nitrogen that impairs water quality in the coastal zone, including the Chesapeake Bay....

Islam in Asia:  Diversity in Past and Present

The world of Islam is not monolithic, nor is it limited to the Middle East. Asia is home to 65 percent of the world's Muslims, including an incredible...

Perennial, Beautiful and Edible

Thursday March 2nd from 7-8:30PM Held in the Human Services Complex, Montour Falls, NY. An introduction to wonderful plants and food forest concepts you...

Presentations of CCE Program Development Cohort

Please register here for the CCE Program Development Leadership Cohort March 2 Presentations The event will be held at the ILR Conference Center - Rooms 229,...

RecycleMania

Cornell is a participant in the nationwide, 8 week Recyclemania Competition (February 5th – April 1st) - help us win by focusing on waste! Join the entire...

Tips for Effective Co-Teaching

What makes co-teaching effective? Join Stephen Ceci, Helen L. Carr Professor of Developmental Psychology, to discuss concrete tips to make teaching together...

B.E.V. NY 2017

Drink Local. Learn Local. B.E.V. NY is New York's annual conference for the grape and wine industry, combining the resources of Cornell's Extension Enology...

Anarchy in the Archives

“Anarchy in the Archives” explores punk’s cultural and political impact from the mid-1970s to the present day through a vast array of rare artifacts. The...

Patrick Braga: Suburbanizing Rio de Janeiro: 1929–1939

One of the remarkable aspects of Rio de Janeiro's urban history is that every legally approved change to the physical city from 1902 onward — including lot...

Empathy Academy: Social Practice and the Problem of Objects

This exhibition has been reconceived by the students in the course "Empathy Academy: Social Practice and the Problem of Objects" (ART 3799) in response to...

Escaping the Ordinary: Artistic Imagination in Early Modern Prints

The works in this exhibition celebrate artists who explored creative narratives and distant lands, inviting a brief suspension of reality in favor of...

Identity Crisis: Reflections on Public and Private Life in Contemporary Javanese Photography

Organized by the Johnson Museum, this exhibition is the first in the United States to focus on the recent emergence of photography as an art form in Java,...

The War to End All Wars: Artists and World War I

When war was declared in the summer of 1914, it was presumed by most that it would be over by that Christmas. But as it dragged on for more than four years...

“Mobilizing phylogenetics, phenology, and herbarium records to study changing plant diversity in the Anthropocene” - Charles Willis

Charles Willis Postdoctoral Fellow Harvard University “Mobilizing phylogenetics, phenology, and herbarium records to study changing plant diversity in...

Drupal SIG: Drupal 8 and Donuts

Join us for the Cornell Drupal Special Interest Group (SIG) where we will explore Drupal 8 while enjoying free donuts. The Drupal SIG is open to any and all...

10th Season of Soup & Hope with Timothy Shenk

Over the past 9 years, over 50 speakers have touched, inspired, motivated, and stirred the hearts of those who gather during the winter months at Sage Chapel...

SEAP Gatty Lecture Series: "Youth and Public Space in Hanoi"

Danielle Labbé, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Environmental Design, University of Montreal "Youth and Public Space in Hanoi" Danielle Labbé's research is...

Anarchy as Despotism, or Why a World State is the Best of All Possible Worlds

Alexander Wendt, Professor of Political Science, The Ohio State University will speak at 12:15 pm in G-08 Uris Hall on "Anarchy as Despotism, or Why a World...

Suggested future directions for efforts to change food systems for better health and nutrition

NS 6980 Seminar featuring Professor Emeritus Per Pinstrup-Anderson of Cornell DNS.

CU Music:  Midday Music at Lincoln 3/2

Midday Music at Lincoln: Becky Lu, piano. Features Schumann’s Fantasie, op. 16, and more.

IAD Seminar - The Impact of Intergovernmental Transfers on Local Revenue Generation in Africa

Takaaki Masaki is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the College of William & Mary. He has a PhD in Political Science from Cornell University. His research focuses on...

Introduction to LaTeX

A hands-on introduction to document creation with LaTeX using the TeXStudio front-end and the MikTeX engine for Windows. LaTeX is a markup language enabling...

Becoming Who I Am: Young Men on Being Gay

Gay youth today describe themselves as proud, happy, and grateful – something many of us would have found surprising a generation ago. Yet many adults seem...

CMB Lensing: Fundamental Physics from Maps of the Invisible

Abstract: Dark matter not only forms an invisible cosmic scaffolding within which galaxies form, its distribution in the universe also contains a wealth of...

Microbiology Seminar - Javier Jaimes-Olaya

"Tropism and cell culture adabpation of feline coronavirus is driven by proteolytic activation of its spike protein"

"No country for what men?  A refugee crisis and the right-wing turn in Poland"

Lecture by Łukasz Pawłowski A psychologist and sociologist by training, Łukasz holds a PhD in social science. He completed his dissertation on contemporary...

ART 2601 Introduction to Photography: Picturing Sounds and Theories

Picturing Sounds and Theories will feature a selection of silver gelatin photographs made in response to sounds of hypnotic music, the bell of King...

CMSP: “The Material Rites of Commerce: Negotiating with Europeans and Baniyans in Eighteenth-Century Yemen”

Nancy Um, Associate Professor of Art History, SUNY Binghamton On the whole, historians of the Indian Ocean trade have overlooked the social life of...

CU Music: Musicology Colloquium 3/2

Music Graduate Association Lecture: Travis Jackson (University of Chicago) presents. Jackson is an ethnomusicologist whose work centers on jazz, rock and...

Ithaca Food Entrepreneurship Speaker Series

Dilmun Hill Student Farm is excited to present the Food Entrepreneurship speaker series! If you are interested in local food, business, and sustainability,...

Na Chainkua Reindorf Group Show: SWATCH

SWATCH is a group exhibition hosted by Na Chainkua Reindorf (M.F.A. '17) featuring work by M.F.A. candidates from several schools including Indiana...

The Critical Race Series Lecture with Jodi A. Byrd

The department of English is pleased to present: The Critical Race Series Lecture featuring Jodi A. Byrd (U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) “Playing...

The Inaugural “Making History Accessible” Lecture

“SLAVE POWER” How Southern Slaveholders Mastered U.S. Foreign Policy As the United States emerged as a world power before the Civil War, the men who...

Visit all ten dining rooms on World Cuisine Night!

Taste the richness of our cultures and celebrate the diversity of our Cornell community! For just one night, enjoy the cuisines of the world at all ten of...

Visual Culture Colloquium

Harper Montgomery (Hunter College) Modernism on the Move in 1920s Latin America: A Magazine, An Artist, and Woodcuts Drawing on her forthcoming book--The...

WX New York Women Executives in Real Estate Panel Discussion

WX in association with The Cornell Center for Real Estate and Finance and Cornell Real Estate Women will be presenting WX New York Women Executives in Real...

Kripalu Yoga

Open To All Cornell students (grads and undergrads) for Free. All skill levels welcome. Increase your physical and mental well-being. We will have some yoga...

Yael Erel: Light Topographies

Like entering a spatial microscope, micro-topographies are revealed through a simple act of reflection. This immersive installation is grounded in direct...

Exhibition Tour: Escaping the Ordinary

Get an inside look at Escaping the Ordinary: Artistic Imagination in Early Modern Prints on this special tour with the exhibition curators, Andrew C....

Have You Ever Wondered...?

Have you ever wondered what really goes on behind the scenes at a museum? This new free series will set the record straight and show our visitors the people,...

The Global Gig Economy: Choice or Necessity?

The Global Gig Economy with Susan Lund, Economist and Partner, McKinsey Global Institute According to recent analysis, 94% of all net new jobs in the past...

HeatSmart Community Meeting

Are you looking for ways to make your home more comfortable while shrinking its carbon footprint? Come learn how at a HeatSmart community meeting. HeatSmart...

Delicatessen

1991 > France > Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet & Marc Caro With Dominique Pinon, Marie Dougnac The setting is France after the final world war and in this...

Thursday, March 2