Events

Monday, March 27

"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...

11th Annual HR in Hospitality Conference & Expo

Now in its 11th year, HR in Hospitality attracts hundreds of HR, employment and labor relations professionals from hotels, resorts, restaurants, casinos,...

11th Annual National HR in Hospitality Conference & Expo

Now in its 11th year, HR in Hospitality attracts hundreds of HR, employment and labor relations professionals from hotels, resorts, restaurants, casinos,...

Developing an Ideal Topline Seminar

Click here to register for the "Developing an Ideal Topline" Equine workshop at Duprey's Feed Registration for event has CLOSED.

Incubation & Embryology Beginner Workshop3

This is the registration site for the Incubation & Embryology Novice (beginner) workshop to be held on Monday, March 27, 2017 from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm. If you...

Sister Scholars: The Emergence of Orthodox Girls' Education in Interwar Poland

Naomi Seidman, Koret Professor of Jewish Culture at the Graduate Theological Union, will give the Benjamin and Rachel Siegel Lecture in Jewish Women’s...

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...

Radiology Rounds

Dr. Scrivani will discuss veterinary radiology cases.

Sean Steed: Horizons

"Who are the people arriving on Europe's southern shores, where are they coming from, and why? How can Europe best help them — to both alleviate the...

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...

Dissertation Seminar - Olga Lastovetsky

"Molecular Biology and Ecology of Bacterial-Fungal Symbioses"

Engaged Cornell Hub Monday Brown Bag Lunches

Drop by to get your questions answered, for casual conversation, and to connect with Engaged Cornell Hub staff. Open to students, faculty, staff, alumni,...

Ethnography Methods for Intercultural Learning

How does culture contribute to how we experience intercultural encounters? How does intercultural learning happen? Practice some of the ethnographer’s...

Memorial Service: Dean Emeritus Donald F Smith

A memorial service for Professor and Dean Emeritus Donald F. Smith who passed away on October 29, 2016.

Roper Center Speaker Series: Polling the 2020 Election

David Rothschild, Microsoft Research Traditional data collection in the multi-billion dollar survey research field utilizes representative samples. However,...

"Wandering in a Labyrinth of Indians: Uncertain Alliances in the Colonial Brazil Borderlands" by Heather Roller, Latin American Studies Program (LASP) Seminar Series

How can we read colonial correspondence for insights into indigenous political and diplomatic strategies? This lecture focuses on the dynamics between...

SAP Seminar Series: "Signs of the Self in Stories in Pre-colonial Bengal: Love, Sex, Marriage, War, and Self-Sacrifice, c. 1650-1750" by David Curley

This lecture explores two related themes. The first discusses ‘fluid signs’ of power and freedom, and the second discusses the disciplines necessary for...

Hard cider research at Washington State University

Carol Ann Miles, Department of Horticulture, Washington State University Horticulture Section seminar series. Note new Geneva videoconference location: G19...

Zoo and Wildlife Society's Rounds

The Veterinary College's Zoo and Wildlife Society will have the last ZAWS Rounds of the year on March 27th. Snacks will be provided! This event is sponsored...

Nutrition in Space:  An online Q&A with NASA's Scott Smith

We invite you to join NASA Nutritionist Scott Smith and Patrick Stover from the Division of Nutritional Sciences at Cornell University for a live WebCast...

Razmig Keucheyan, Nature is a Battlefield: Towards a Political Ecology

In the midst of the current ecological crisis, there is often lofty talk of the need for humanity to ‘overcome its divisions’ and work together to tackle the...

Climate Change Seminar - Through the Looking Glass: Global Climate Politics after Paris and Under Trump

Summary: The heady, jubilant days that followed the successful negotiations of 2015 Paris Climate Agreement yielded first to the slower, more difficult...

Fake News, Alternative Facts, and Misinformation: Learning to critically evaluate media sources

In the high-speed world of reality-optional politics, “alternative” facts, and “fake” news, how can you identify news sources that are accurate and...

Jugatae Seminar

Mycorrhizal Fungi Affect Pollination Mutualisms Between Bees and Crop Plants

Department of Physics Colloquium - Henley Lecture

General Physics Colloquium and Henley Lecture, Joseph Curtin, Joseph Curtin Studios, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Mr. Curtin builds violins and violas, is deeply...

MOLECULAR MEDICINE SEMINAR

Seminar: Dr. Lindsay Hinck. "Mammary Stem/Progenitor Cells and Growth Control in the Breast".

CCCI: The Shenzhen Condition: An Anthropology of the Intercultural

Mary Ann O'Donnell, ethnographer based in Shenzhen, China The place name “Shenzhen” glosses ongoing efforts to intervene in world history. This turn, the...

Linguistics Colloquium Speaker: Uri Tadmor

The Department of Linguistics and the South East Asia Program will host a linguistics talk by Dr. Uri Tadmor, Editorial Director with De Gruyter Mouton...

Notice and Respond: Friend2Friend Training

MONDAY, March 27, 4:30pm - 5:30pm International Lounge, Willard Straight Hall This session is designed to help students learn what to look for when a...

Open Session with David Israel ’09

Please join us for an informal presentation with David Israel, Senior Vice President at hotelAVE. Quickly rising through the ranks to become Senior Vice...

Pauline Shongov: Object Memories: Denouement

Object Memories: Denouement is an exhibition of new work by Pauline Lillian Shongov (B.F.A. '18), funded in part by the Cornell Council for the Arts, the...

Plaster casts tour in Goldwin Smith and Klarman Halls

Join the Classical Society for a tour of the plaster casts in Goldwin Smith and Klarman Halls. The tour will be led by Professor Verity Platt on Monday,...

Jade Doskow: Lost Utopias

International world's fairs have left behind some of the most unusual and provocative architecture, art, and landscaping on our planet, but often there are...

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...

Overview of the Publishing Landscape with Literary Agent Janet Silver

Janet Silver is an agent representing literary fiction, poets, memoir and creative nonfiction. She will present an overview of the publishing landscape,...

Gregor Neuerer: A Space to Work, a Space to Feel

Gregor Neuerer is an artist who lives in Vienna and New York City. He studied sculpture at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Neuerer investigates the...

National Bird

National Bird follows the dramatic journey of three whistleblowers who are determined to break the silence around one of the most controversial current...

CIS Seminar Series on Emergence of Intelligent Machines

CIS hosts Cornell and visiting speakers talking about "The Emergence of Intelligent Machines: Challenges and Opportunities."

Moshe Vardi, "Humans, Machines, and Work: The Future is Now"

Humans, Machines, and Work: The Future is Now Moshe Y. Vardi Rice University Automation, driven by technological progress, has been increasing inexorably...

Puzzle Night with Olivia and Chasen

Solve your stress with jigsaw puzzles! We will glue them together and donate them to children's hospitals!

Monday, March 27