Events

Thursday, May 4

"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...

Feminism: Food for Thought

Dinner and discussion with a different feminist theme each week. To hear about upcoming themes, please sign up for our newsletter or follow us on Facebook or...

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...

4th Annual BEST Program Symposium

The BEST symposium will present a wide range of tools, mentors, opportunities and other resources you draw from to make informed decisions about your...

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...

Exhibition of New Work by AAP NYC B.F.A. Students: Ff

This exhibition features work made during the spring 2017 B.F.A. semester at AAP NYC for ART 3003, a studio class taught by visiting critic Beverly Semmes....

Antimicrobial Resistance: Research Synergies in Human and Animal Medicine Symposium

The mission of this symposium is to advance scientific knowledge of Antimicrobial Resistance through collaborations at Cornell in Ithaca and NYC.

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...

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...

Tree Phenology Walk Series

Tree Phenology Walk Series | Cayuga Nature Center Every Thursday through November 2, 2017 10:30 - 11:00 am Free for members, included with regular...

SEAP Gatty Lecture Series: "Power and Communality : Aging and Elderly Care in Northern Thailand"

Yoko Hayami, Professor, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University "Power and Communality : Aging and Elderly Care in Northern Thailand" From...

CHANGE OF VENUE: Neoclassical Realist Theory of International Politics

Norrin Ripsman, Department of International Relations, Lehigh University will speak at 12:15 pm in 106 White Hall (PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE) on...

Pathology Residency Panel

Panel with Anatomic and Clinical Veterinary Residents to discuss what life is like as a Resident and what it takes to be accepted into a residency. ...

Biological and thermochemical conversion of human solid waste to fertilizers and soil conditioners

Strategic waste management obviates the need to define tradeoffs between agriculture and environmental stewardship by supplying plant-essential nutrients...

STRONGLY CORRELATED INFORMAL THEORY SEMINAR SERIES

Ipsita Mandal, Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology - Kharagpur, India, will present seminar. Professor Michael Lawler, host, TBA. Seminar...

Tapiskwan: Textile Design as Cultural Preservation, Perpetuation, and Innovation in Atikamekw Territory

Lecture by Dr. Solen Roth, Université de Montréal through the Fiber Science and Apparel Design Graduate Seminar Series

Biological Sciences Honors Program: Neurobiology and Behavior Poster Session

Come see honors candidates in Neurobiology and Behavior present their senior honors thesis research.

CU Music: Midday Music at Lincoln 5/4

Midday Music at Lincoln: lecture-recital on Giuseppe Tartini and his works, by students of Prof. Zaslaw’s graduate seminar on Baroque music.

Stevie Klaark: Born Under a Bad Sign

Born Under a Bad Sign is the thesis exhibition for Stevie Klaark (M.F.A. '17).

Seminar Speaker Q&A and Reception

After the Soil and Crop Sciences weekly seminar, please join the Soil and Crop Sciences GSA for desserts and discussion with graduate student seminar...

Drupal SIG: DrupalCon Baltimore 2017 Recap

Join us for the Cornell Drupal Special Interest Group (SIG) where we will share our experiences and discoveries from DrupalCon Baltimore. There will be...

Clayton Skidmore: Picnic

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

IAD Seminar - Student Wrap-up

The student wrap-up features a panel of students presenting on topics of their choice related to the seminar theme. This has become a popular feature of the...

Dorit Rabinyan "All the Rivers" - readings in Hebrew

Dorit Rabinyan, bestselling author of the acclaimed Persian Brides and Strand of a Thousand Pearls, will be speaking about and reading excerpts, in Hebrew,...

Tinker Thursdays

Gather, create, invent and learn at the MannYOUfacture makerspace! See our full schedule for the semester and get more information at...

"White Trash: Class Politics, American Style." The 2017 Krieger Lecture in American Political Culture

Historian Nancy Isenberg is taking on one of the hottest topics driving public discussion today: class and privilege in America. Her newest book, White...

CANCELED: Imagining Energy Futures: An Interdisciplinary Collaboratory in Multiple Media, Genres, Voices, and Forms

Anindita Banerjee, associate professor of comparative literature at Cornell, asks "What might the world look like without fossil fuels?" As scientists,...

Henri Sack Memorial Lecture: Russell J. Hemley

A New World of Materials in Extreme Environments Abstract Extreme pressures and temperatures produce profound effects on structure, bonding, and electronic...

Intersecting worlds of trade, politics, plant introduction and botanical art

Dr Barbara Pickersgill, Professor Emeritus, University of Reading UK Thursday May 4th, 4:30 pm, 404 Plant Science Building Spices, cotton, tea, the British...

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...

May the Fourth Be With You

We're celebrating the annual holiday for Star Wars fans with a special dinner menu at Risley Dining Room! Our Sithwich Station will feature Kanjiclub and...

Tips for HR Internship Success

Come learn how to best prepare for and naviagte your internship in Human Resources. The event will feature a virtual panel and breakout groups with second...

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...

Dorit Rabinyan "All the Rivers" - readings in English

Dorit Rabinyan, bestselling author of the acclaimed "Persian Brides" and "Strand of a Thousand Pearls," will be speaking about and reading excerpts of her...

CU Music: Ghosts in the Machine Performance

Composer Sergio Cote premieres his piece "Trapiche", for player piano, contact microphones, transducers, piano and two performers. With Ryan McCullough.

Photography & the American Dream

Photography & The American Dream is an American Studies course exploring the ways poverty is represented in America. The course, taught by Associate...

Becker House Conversation with Markeisha J. Miner, Dean of Students Cornell Law

Top: What has law got to do with my career? ...some nuggets of wisdom from Dean MIner

The Priest Who Fathered the Big Bang

A perspective on the interaction of science and religion - Talk by Prof. Jonathan Lunine, Cornell Dept. of Astronomy and the Cornell Center for Astrophysics...

CU Music: player-piano concert

Westfield Center for Historical Keyboard Studies: “Ghosts in the Machine – Technology, History, and Aesthetics of the Player-Piano” (May 4-6 conference). ...

Yogurt Parfait Study Break

Join your favorite SAs for the last Study Break of their Keeton and Cornell careers!

Thursday, May 4