Events

Wednesday, April 19

"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...

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...

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...

Spring Break Camp

Spring Break Camp Apr 17-21, 2017 Ages 5 - 12 Camp runs 8am - 5pm Drop-off 8am | Pick-up by 5:30pm Week: $225 (non-member) / $200 (member) Come join 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...

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: Divya Shiroor & Sabrina Solouki

What Lies Beneath--Wood art by Lisa M. Narloch

Lisa M. Narloch’s recent work includes a variety of local woods from her own property and around Central New York. She is very careful to determine the state...

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...

AASP/A3C Praxis Lunch Series with Arwa Awan

The Asian American Studies Program and Asian and Asian American Center present the first PRAXIS Lunch Series, featuring undergraduate and graduate student...

Bovay Seminar with Prof. Julia Markovits, Sage School of Philosophy: “Praise and Blame”

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

NES Undergraduate Lunch Series

All undergrads are welcome! Come and go as your schedule allows. Lunch is provided. Prof. Lori Khatchadourian, “Protecting Heritage, Building Peace: The...

Walking on Wednesday

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

LEPP Theory Seminar: Wei Xue, MIT

Dark Sector from the Early Universe to LHCb Abstract: I will present my recent work on dark sector in the early universe and how to search for it in the...

Marion Weiss and Michael A. Manfredi: Converging Territories

Weiss/Manfredi's enduring interest in an expanded territory for architecture, freed from the constraints of disciplinary boundaries, informs the trajectory...

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...

BOOM (Bits on Our Minds)

Cornell's brightest STEM students will unveil their latest projects in cutting-edge technologies at BOOM 2017.

BOOM (Bits on our Minds) 2017

From video games and apps not yet on the market to cool cupcake frosters and Graffitibots, over 140 of Cornell University’s brightest students will unveil...

Biophysics Colloquium with Timothy Ryan

Timothy Ryan, Weill Cornell School of Medicine Host: David Holowka The cost of thinking: metabolic control of synapse function The Ryan lab is interested...

Reproductive Physiology/Endocrinology Seminar Series: Vera Rinaldi

Chemical Preservation of Oocytes Submitted to Otherwise Lethal Doses of Radiation Presented by Vera Rinaldi Graduate Student - Schimenti...

SAP Film Screening: Ingirunthu (Here and Now)

On a vibrant tea plantation in Sri Lanka, a deaf-mute, a struggling mother, and a researcher from Colombo are thrown together in the backdrop of escalating...

Veterinary Senior Seminars

Logan Chelsea Bellmund - "Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Jack Russell Terrier Dog" Joanna Choi - "An Outbreak of Canine Distemper Virus in...

Left-Wing Melancholia, A Conversation with Enzo Traverso

An event in celebration of Enzo Traverso's new book, "Left-Wing Melancholia: Marxism, History, and Memory."

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...

Senior Expo, Rawlings Cornell Presidential Research Scholars (RCPRS)

Fifty talented Cornell University seniors will present and discuss their research at the annual Senior Expo on Wednesday, April 19th, 5-6:30 in G-10...

Student forum on the new proposed Arts & Sciences curriculum 

Share your thoughts on the new proposed curriculum in Arts & Sciences at a forum for students. The Curriculum Review Committee (CRC) in the College of Arts &...

Trailhead to Certificate in Engaged Leadership

Your Gateway to Leadership with a Public Purpose Register to ensure a seat, or attend without registering. Required entryway to the certificate, for those...

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...

Baseball Across America!

Springtime means it's time to celebrate the arrival of baseball season with our ballpark-themed dinner! We've got Ribs & Things a la Oakland A's, BBQ baked...

Marion Weiss and Michael A. Manfredi: Converging Territories

Weiss/Manfredi's enduring interest in an expanded territory for architecture, freed from the constraints of disciplinary boundaries, informs the trajectory...

Make a Bee Hotel for Native Pollinators

Help increase populations of native bees in your yard and garden with a handmade bee hotel! Native solitary bees, like mason bees and leafcutter bees, are...

"Agents of Change" Film Screening with GRF Kanyinsola

Come join GRF Kanyinsola for a special screening of The Willard Straight Takeover & the Legacy of Black Students by Cornell alumni about that weekend, on its...

"Agents of Change" Film Screening

48 years ago, in 1969, students took over Willard Straight Hall for 36 hours. Agents of Change examines the untold story of the racial conditions on college...

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 Invasive Swallowworts: What has been Learned and how Serious is their Threat to Natural Areas?

The Finger Lakes Native Plant Society presents a slide show & talk We’ve all seen swallowwort covering the ground in local preserves. In this...

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...

CU Music: organist Anna Steppler

Anna Steppler, organ. “Bach and the German Romantics” features music by Mendelssohn, Robert and Clara Schumann, Brahms, and J. S. Bach.

Middle Eastern Music Concert at Barnes Hall

The Cornell University Middle Eastern Music Ensemble (CUMEME) is a Cornell University Student organization. Cumeme performs traditional Arabic, Persian,...

Wednesday, April 19