Events

Monday, April 10

"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...

Engineering Commercialization Fellowship Deadline

Engineering PhDs – why not spend Summer and Fall 2017 in a fully-funded Fellowship (with stipend and travel) designed to teach you important entrepreneurial...

Moscow and St. Petersburg: "Strange, Alluring, Enthralling," with Penny Von Eschen

Russia remains a fascinating study in contrasts—at once well-bred and wild, huge and intimate, formal and freewheeling. Our experience of the historical and...

Passover Super Seder Celebration

Join together as one community for Passover Seder with many distinctive Seders to choose from. Put together a table with your friends, your hallmates, etc.,...

Christine Heindl: Inhabiting the Patterns

Christine Heindl (M.F.A. '94) creates paintings of patterns and layers of patterns that reflect grids of various types — from the works of Mondrian to a...

Architecture Graduate Open House for Admitted Students, Spring 2017

Please join us for our spring 2017 open house for admitted students. The day will include program overviews, highlights of our areas of expertise, Q&A...

Radiology Rounds

Dr. Scrivani will discuss veterinary radiology cases.

A Second Life Exhbit

An exhibit showcasing the power of upcycling in fashion and art, including "Fly Girl" by Willie Cole.

Christine Heindl: Inhabiting the Patterns

Christine Heindl (M.F.A. '94) creates paintings of patterns and layers of patterns that reflect grids of various types — from the works of Mondrian to a...

E-scrap Week! Electronics Recycling Event for Cornell Community

E-scrap Week Members of the Cornell community can recycle their home and office electronics the SUSTAINABLE way and at no charge. Anything with a cord,...

Mark Catesby: Naturalist in North America

Mark Catesby, an English naturalist of the 18th century, remains a mysterious figure despite his tall stature amongst scientists of his day. His seminal...

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...

Architecture Graduate Open House for Admitted Students, Spring 2017

Please join us for our spring 2017 open house for admitted students. The day will include program overviews, highlights of our areas of expertise, Q&A...

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,...

NES Graduate Colloquium

04/10, Amy Kallander (Assistant Professor of History at Syracuse University) "Birth Control as a Factor of Development": Women, Family Planning and the...

SAP Seminar Series: "In the Shadow of Feminism: Men’s Movements in India Imagine Family, Violence and Action" by Srimati Basu

As women’s organizations have mobilized the Indian State since the 1980’s to institute a slate of laws on intimate violence, men’s groups (MRAs) have formed...

Soccer Chants, Heteronormativity and Participatory Sounding-In-Synchrony, by Eduardo Herrera, Latin American Studies Program (LASP) Seminar Series

In local Argentine soccer matches one can find anywhere between two hundred to fifty thousand people chanting together, accompanied by large ensembles of...

Climate change mitigation on the farm: soil carbon counts the most

Jeff Beam-Miller, MS candidate, Graduate Field of Horticulture, Cornell University Horticulture Section seminar series. Note new Geneva videoconference...

Dr. Maydianne Andrade. Through the widow's web: How unusual mating behaviour untangles plasticity

Richard B. Root Graduate Student Invited Speaker/E&EB Seminar Host: Cornell GPSA and E&EB GSA

Communication Colloquium Series: Fiction and its emotions in empathy and understanding: Implications for health and other practical issues

It has been assumed that literature is good for people, but members of our research group in Toronto (Raymond Mar, Maja Djikic, and I) turned this into a...

Annalisa Trentin: Architecture and Construction: A Structural Declension from Eiffel to Koolhaas

Annalisa Trentin studied at the Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia, where she received an M.A. in 1992. She was an assistant professor at...

Climate Change Seminar - CO2, Climate Change and Food Security

Summary: Documented and projected changes in atmospheric carbon dioxide are likely to alter agricultural productivity in two ways: directly, by supplying...

Jugatae Seminar

Local and landscape diversity effects on ecosystem services to agriculture

Cornell Dairy Center of Excellence Seminar Series

Erica Behling-Kelly, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology in the department of Population Medicine & Diagnostic Sciences, will be holding a seminar...

Department of Physics Colloquium - Terzian Lectures

General Physics Colloquium, Prof. Shri Kulkarni, Caltech Refreshments from 3:30-3:50 pm Title: The Restless Universe (Palomar Transient Factory) Host: ...

MOLECULAR MEDICINE SEMINAR

Seminar: Dr. Mara Duncan, "Endocytic Turn-Over Contributes to Cell Survival During Glucose Starvation".

What can Plant Metabolic Engineering do for Human Health?

Cathie Martin Is a group leader at the John Innes Centre and Professor at the University of East Anglia, her interests span from fundamental to applied plant...

Behind Happy Faces

MONDAY, April 10, 4:30pm - 5:30pm International Lounge, Willard Straight Hall Behind Happy Faces is a peer-led workshop where students can learn more about...

CCCI: China's Encounter with Global Hollywood

The Cornell Contemporary China Initiative Lecture Series, featuring interdisciplinary talks by scholars on issues in China today, runs every Monday this...

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...

White Innocence: Colonialism and Race

The Minority, Indigenous, and Third World Studies Research Group (MITWSrg) and The Tompkins County Workers’ Center present: A lecture and discussion with...

Annalisa Trentin: Architecture and Construction: A Structural Declension from Eiffel to Koolhaas

Annalisa Trentin studied at the Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia, where she received an M.A. in 1992. She was an assistant professor at...

Commercial Production of Chinese Medicinal Herbs

RESCHEDULED FROM 3/13! Join us to learn about the domestic production of Chinese medicinal herbs. Jean Giblette of High Falls Gardens will give a...

Learn to Prune Trees & Shrubs

Each spring, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County offers a FREE training series for individuals who wish to become Citizen Pruner Volunteers AND...

Cornell Dining Super Seder 2017

All are welcome. Your friends, your family, your Seder! Join together as one community for Passover Seder with many distinctive Seders to choose from. For...

Puzzle Night with Olivia and Chasen

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

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, April 10