Events

Monday, May 1

"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...

AEP Seminar: Amanda Pallais, Harvard Univ.

Applied Economics & Policy Seminar Series The Applied Economics & Policy Seminar Series features distinguished academics and practitioners nominated by the...

CP-4-H Entomology Afterschool Club

Club will be meeting from 3:30 PM till 4:30PM. Meetings will be Mondays. The first meeting is Monday May 1st, 2017. The transportation will NOT be provided....

Friends in the Field Clothing & Shoe Drive for Immigrant Farmworkers

The Cornell Institute for Public Affairs has partnered with the Cornell Farmworker Program and five other organizations on campus to hold a campus-wide...

Around the World and Back: Building Cornell Nature Collections Through Exploration

For centuries, biological specimens have made key insights in the life sciences possible. Now, new technologies—from chemical and genetic sampling that help...

Better Process Control School

Sponsored by New York State Food Venture Center, Department of Food Science - Cornell University, Cornell Cooperative Extension, GMA Science and Education...

Jerry Lim: Eat Well to Keep Fit, Missing You and Forget Me Not

Eat well to keep fit, Missing you and forget me not is the thesis exhibition for Jerry Lim (M.F.A. '17).

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...

Na Chainkua Reindorf: Screen

SCREEN is the thesis exhibition for Na Chainkua Reindorf (M.F.A. '17).

Truss Days

Join Habitat for Humanity at Cornell to build roof trusses for use in a home in Ithaca! Building will take place 8 AM - 5 PM, Monday, May 1st - Friday, May...

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...

Autoscopia: Drone Photography by Thomas J. Campanella

In The Practice of Everyday Life, Michel de Certeau argued that the walker in the city can never know the urban landscape as a scopic whole. City dwellers,...

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...

Launch of Queers for Economic Justice archive

Queers for Economic Justice (QEJ), founded in 2002, was among the first LGBTQ groups to advocate for equality by fighting the systems that create poverty....

Special display: "The natural history of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands

In conjunction with a special program by Mann Library and the Cornell Department of Horticulture, Mark Catesby's original work "The natural history of...

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,...

"Public Ritual, Temple Construction, and the Origins of Maya Civilization" by Takeshi Inomata, Latin American Studies Program (LASP) Seminar Series

Throughout their history, including the modern and colonial times, the Maya people have strongly emphasized public ceremonies, in which political authorities...

SAP Seminar Series: "B1nary C0des: Dancing Dichotomies in Bangalore's Gay Nightlife" by Kareem Khubchandani

This talk draws on ethnographic research that Professor Khubchandani conducted between 2009 and 2013 in Bangalore for his book, Ishtyle: Improvising Gay...

Mark Catesby and the introduction of new plants into Europe

The Cornell community and Ithaca area public are cordially invited to a special lecture on the early 18th century naturalist Mark Catesby presented by Mark...

Communication Colloquium Series: ICA Preview Talks and Honors Thesis Presentation

Please join us for our final installment of the Communication Colloquium Series for the Spring 2016 semester. Communication Ph.D. students will practice...

Clayton Skidmore: Picnic

Picnic is the M.F.A. thesis exhibition for Clayton Skidmore (M.F.A. '17).

Climate Change Seminar - Communicating Climate Change

Summary: It seems the only thing changing faster than Earth's environment these days is the communication environment. Mainstream media are shrinking....

Jugatae Seminar

The Transformational Role of Biological Control in Cotton IPM

3CPG Seminar with Karen Adleman

Cell differentiation and development involve coordinated changes in gene expression and chromatin architecture. Paramount to this process is the evolution of...

Department of Physics Colloquium - Kieval Lecture

General Physics Colloquium, Professor Justin Khoury, University of Pennsylvania. Refreshments from 3:30-3:50 pm Title: New Approaches to Dark...

MOLECULAR MEDICINE SEMINAR

Dr. Marc Antonyak, "Extracellular Vesicles: A Message in a Bottle".

A History of Official White Supremacy in the Era of Trump

As the election of President Trump neared, there were increasing numbers of alarmed comments and news stories about America facing an electoral future with...

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...

Pepón Osorio: Side by Side

Pepón Osorio, the artist-in-residence for the 2016 Cornell Council for the Arts biennial titled Abject/Object Empathies, unveils a new, site-specific...

Dinner with Guest in Residence Suzanne Simonetta

Enjoy dinner and discussion with Guest in Residence Suzanne Simonetta, Director of the Division of Policy, Legislation, and Regulations in the Employment and...

A Tale of Three Cities: Jewish-Italian Writing and the Long 20th Century

Italy is home to the oldest Jewish community in the Diaspora, and the authors of many important works of Italian literature are Jewish. Yet, with the...

Bird mortality from collisions with glass: What we’ve learned, what we need to know, what you can do

As many as a billion birds die each year in the U.S., nearly half of them after colliding with home windows. But new methods are being developed to curb bird...

CIS Seminar Series on Emergence of Intelligent Machines

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

Joe Halpern, lecture, Moral Responsibility, Blameworthiness, and Intention: In Search of Formal Definitions" in the CIS "The Emergence of Intelligent Machines" lecture series

Moral Responsibility, Blameworthiness, and Intention: In Search of Formal Definitions The need for judging moral responsibility arises both in ethics and...

CU Music: voice studio recital

Studio 342 recital: voice students from all of the voice studios perform songs and arias.

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, May 1