Events

Wednesday, April 12

"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 Youth Forestry Training - April 2017 Acra

The Youth Forestry Training workshop is designed to prepare youth for the NYS Forestry Weekend. Youth will build skills in tree ID, measurement, pests, etc....

CCE Seneca's Healthy Weight Loss Made Easy Group

What is the hardest part of losing weight? Consistency and accountability, says Sue Petersen, Seneca County CCE's nutrition educator. If you have struggled...

Dressage Workshop with Paula Smith

Join us on April 12th from 6:00pm-8:00pm at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County to learn about Dressage and Western Dressage. Our local expert...

Gardening in a Changing Climate

Most are aware that the earth’s climate is changing. What do these changes mean for our locale? How are our gardening efforts effected? Explore ways that you...

Geothermal Power & Installation Basics

Come, learn and observe an on-site installation of a pond-source geothermal system that also features a solar photovoltaic electric power source. Learn of...

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...

Biological and Biomedical Sciences Work-in-Progress (BBS WIP)

BBS Work-in-Progress (BBS WIP) event is designed to highlight and disseminate BBS student research. This week's speakers: Julio Sanchez & Pragya Shah

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...

Entrepreneur In Residence Virtual Office Hours - Marco Benvenuti MMH '05

Every academic year, the Pillsbury Institute invites successful entrepreneurs to meet one-on-one with students to help them with business development,...

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...

CLASSE Seminar: Steven Full, Cornell University

Thesis Defense "First Measurements of Ion Trapping in a High Intensity Linear Accelerator" Abstract: A charged particle beam will rapidly ionize any...

A3C/AASP Wednesday Lunch Series with Prof. Shelley Wong

Come join us for our monthly Wednesday Lunch Series, featuring Cornell faculty and staff guest speakers. Enjoy a catered lunch in an informal setting, where...

Developing your Identity as an Instructor

Have you ever thought about how your personal identity is reflected in a classroom setting? Do your personal attributes and values influence your teaching...

Making Good: Can We Realize Our Moral Aspirations?

2017 John Doris Memorial Lecture Some folks are better than others. But how does one come to be better than another? Is moral decency a matter of grit or...

Bovay Seminar with Tim Bond Bovay Laboratory, Civil and Environmental Engineering: “Developing a Service Learning Solar Oven Project in Nicaragua and Cornell”

Lunch provided for all attendees Hosted by Dr. Park Doing – Bovay Program in History and Ethics of Engineering http://bovay.ece.cornell.edu/

TRUMAN SCHOLARSHIP SESSION

Provides up to $30,000 for graduate school. For rising juniors committed to a career related to social justice issues, planning to work in government or the...

PPPMB Seminar - Barbara Valent

Towards understanding the mechanism of cytoplasmic effector translocation during biotrophic invasion by Magnaporthe oryzae

CU Music:  Midday Music for Organ 4/12

Midday Music for Organ: David Yearsley presents “The Organ Contests of Dresden” with music by Weckmann, Froberger, Mozart, and Hässler.

NBB Defense Seminar - Julie Miller

Collective behavior in slave-making ants: ecology and social structure shape raiding strategies

Walking on Wednesday

Come Walk with us and talk about teaching. Meet at Rusty's coffee kiosk in Uris Hall on Tower Rd.

PAM/AEM Seminar: Matthew Kotchen

Which Social Cost of Carbon? A Theoretical Perspective

Building an Online Collection with Omeka

Omeka is a free, open source platform for publishing digital collections on the web. Using this innovative software developed for scholars, build...

Leading Difficult Discussions in the Classroom

How do you prepare for discussions of controversial topics while fostering a climate of safety and respect? Join Anna Haskins, Assistant Professor of...

Biophysics Colloquium with Jeff Gelles

Jeff Gelles, Brandeis University Host: Peng Chen A hitchhiker’s guide: How proteins collaborate to regulate transcription Purified RNA polymerases in...

Math Undergraduate Reception

Interested in math? Want to continue your math education? We can help. Math faculty will be available to talk about fall classes, summer programs, the...

Reproductive Physiology/Endocrinology Seminar Series: Kathryn Grive, PhD

Regulation of Spermatogonia Survival & Cell Fate Decisions: from miRNAs to DNA Damage Response Presented by Kathryn Grive, PhD Postdoctoral Associate -...

Emilie Hache: Reclaim Ecofeminism

Emilie Hache Reclaim Ecofeminism: Women, Minorities and Witches Against the Anthropocene Wednesday 12th of April 4.30pm Guerlac Room AD White House ...

Enterprise Engineering Colloquium: Renee Tozer ’03 M.Eng.’04 (Carrier) - Three Pitfalls When Starting an Engineering Career

Renee is a senior mechanical engineer in air handler design at Carrier Corporation in Syracuse, N.Y. Prior to that, she was a sustaining engineer in...

Poster Design

Learn best practices and useful resources for research poster design! In this short interactive workshop, review basic design principles by judging...

Undergraduate Research Advising Drop-in Time

Thinking about getting involved in research? Wondering how to contact faculty to ask? Want help writing an email? Come to the Tatkon to get your questions...

Veterinary Senior Seminars

Kelsey Clark - "An Acute Vascular Event in a 14-year-old Cat" Lorenso Escobar - "Marijuana Toxicosis in a 4 Year Old Female Spayed Shih Tzu" Noah Seward -...

Workshop: A Sustainable Financial Lifestyle

The goal of Personal Finance Day is to spread awareness and to provide students with solutions surrounding their financial circumstances that will encourage...

History Open House

Join us at our spring OPEN HOUSE and find out more about what history has to offer! Information on Courses, the Major, Minor's, Honors, Cornell...

Mat Science Expo

Liquid nitrogen ice cream, superconducting levitating magnets, the most cool electric and elastic diversions in engineering! Plus students and faculty to...

AAP Historic Preservation Planning: "From Wooden Houses to Bamboo Huts: Preserving Thailand's Neglected Heritage"

Historic Preservation Planning Guest Lecturer: Worrasit Tantinipankul From Wooden Houses to Bamboo Huts: Preserving Thailand's Neglected...

Free ZUMBA!

Latin-inspired dance-fitness craze that blends red-hot Latin music and contagious steps to create a fitness party! Exercise, relax, energize! Join us if you...

Health Careers (not MD) discussion panel

Biological Sciences senior student panelists will talk about their post-graduate plans that include healthcare consulting, optometry, genetic counseling and...

Balch Hall Community Dinner

Hosted by FIR Paul Merrill every Wednesday at Appel on the third floor. Join your fellow residents, residential staff, faculty, and special guests. Balch...

Multi-fauceted: Exploring Elements of Sustainable Building

Throughout the night, we will explore the role of sustainability in architecture and building design. Share your personal experiences with sustainable...

Yamatai Performance at Becker House

Yamatai is coming to Becker House and will perform during House Dinner.

Becker House Café Series with Guest Speaker: Stefano Guzzini

Topic: Why Berlusconi? An Inquiry into Power and Conflicts of Interest

CU Music:  Chorus presents Return-from-Tour concert

Return-from-Tour Concert: Cornell University Chorus; Robert Isaacs, conductor, following its “Atlantic Coast Tour” to the Carolinas, Virginia, Georgia and...

Creative Arts for Health and Well-Being

No artistic skill necessary. Join others in a relaxing and supportive atmosphere to reflect, create for personal growth. We are very lucky to have Certified...

The Pillow Book

W/ intro by CU Professor Timothy Murray (Director, Society for the Humanities) 1997 > UK > Directed by Peter Greenaway With Vivian Wu, Ewan McGregor The...

Ansatz "Building a Life Worth Living"

Hans Bethe House’s weekly after-dinner conversation hour. House Professor Julia Thom-Levy hosts a special guest each Wednesday evening at 7:15pm. The format...

Conversation At Keeton: Jon Kleinberg: "Can Algorithms Be Fair?"

As algorithms and artificial intelligence applications are used for increasingly consequential activities in society, a growing line of work has asked...

Wednesday, April 12