Events

Friday, June 9

"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 Horse Arena Cleanup

Join us on June 9th at the Boonville Oneida County Fair Grounds for some 4-H Arena Cleanup! This is a great way to get your community service for the 4-H...

Atlantic Ocean: Bilbao to Paris—European History Cruise, with Barry Strauss

The Atlantic Ocean has played an extraordinary role in the history and development of Europe and the world, from the intrepid seafaring adventures of the...

Boonville Fair Arena Clean Up

Join us on June 9th at the Boonville Oneida County Fair Grounds for some 4-H Arena Cleanup! This is a great way to get your community service for the 4-H...

D.V.M. Reunion 2017

Members of the DVM Classes ending in 2s and 7s - Return to Cornell for Reunion Weekend!

Italy: Puglia and Matera—Their History, Art, Architecture, and Cuisine, with Jeffrey Blanchard

Originally part of Magna Graecia, Puglia—the amazing heel of Italy's boot—was colonized by the Greeks and later conquered by the Romans. It also hosted...

PSC: PSC Reunion Celebration

The Public Service Center's Alumni Welcome Reception Friday, June 9, 2017 | 3:00-5:00pm At our new location in: 300 Kennedy Hall 215 Garden Ave,...

Small-Scale Dairying Course

Faculty: Gianaclis Caldwell Running a successful, sustainable, and satisfying farmstead dairy and creamery requires knowledge and skill in the areas of...

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...

Heads of the Hydra: Trophies of Dragon Day

[youtube: fJV7V7IeHQE] Every year in mid-March, in a tradition that goes back more than 100 years, an enormous dragon created by first-year architecture...

Mapping Urban Sprawl

This exhibition explores urban growth through historical maps and GIS technology. Open during building hours.

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...

Summer’s Yield: Projects from the Summer Graduate Fellowship in Digital Humanities

Each summer, the Cornell University Library and Society for the Humanities co-sponsor a fellowship in Digital Humanities for Cornell graduate students. Learn...

The Magic of Mushrooms

Professor Kathie Hodge’s class, Magical Mushrooms, Mischievous Molds is not your typical biology class— it’s more like a narrated double-decker bus tour of...

CNF Short Course: Technology and Characterization at the NanoScale

This intensive 3.5 day short course offered by the Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility, combines lectures and laboratory demonstrations designed...

Biotechnology to Business: Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) Annual Awardees’ Showcase

Cornell’s Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) offers funding and supports partnerships between Cornell Life Science researchers and New York State...

Celebrating 130 Years of Cornell University Engineering Libraries: 1887 - 2017

Research from archival photographs and early college publications help describe the activities of the earliest engineering librarians and buildings (Sibley,...

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...

Genealogy:  Finding your Ancestors Online

The computer and the Internet are powerful tools for genealogy. Let Cornell reference librarians introduce you to basic tools and concepts for discovering...

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,...

Mathematics Library Film Festival:  “A Brilliant Madness"

This American Experience film tells the story of mathematician John Nash and was the inspiration for the Academy Award-winning movie “A Beautiful Mind.” ...

Mathematics Library: Old Math Toys & Books Display

Department of Mathematics Chair Professor Ravi Ramakrishna ‘88 will have a number of old books that were required in the first few years of Cornell for those...

Nature: Framed--Mixed media by Trina Bruno

Trina Bruno spent her childhood amidst the frenetic rhythms of Manhattan, observing nature through windows. Using varied textures and materials, and putting...

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...

Wake the Form: Artists’ Books in Context

This exhibition explores the art of the book with a display of fine printing, artists’ books, and other rare editions drawn from Cornell’s collections....

Walking Portrait Tour

Have you ever wondered whose portraits are hanging in the Math Library? Take a quick self-guided walking tour to find out! Handouts to start the tour...

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...

Anthropology Collections Open House

Department of Anthropology Collections Open House during Reunion Weekend. McGraw Hall, room 150, 10:00 AM -1 PM Free and open to all. The Anthropology...

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...

Reunion 2017: Class of 1962 Art Exhibition

The Cornell class of 1962 will be exhibiting artwork in the Bibliowicz Family Gallery in Milstein Hall from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 8 and 9. On Saturday,...

Sound and Feather: How Media Specimens Are Revolutionizing Modern Ornithology

For centuries ornithological research has relied on the study of specimens to reveal the ecology, life histories and evolution of birds. Today we can also...

The Buzz Saw Sharks of Long Ago

Exhibition On-Display May 19th through September 4th, 2017 Travelling from the Idaho Museum of Natural History "The Buzz Saw Sharks of Long Ago" exhibition...

Wildlife Health Cornell: Because We Need Nature, and Nature Needs Us

Join Cornell's internationally-renowned wildlife health experts for a thought-provoking discussion on the challenges of saving wildlife and wild places....

Exhibit Reception: Around the World & Back--Building Nature Collections Through Exploration

Cornell alumni, the Cornell community and the Ithaca area public are cordially invited to a reception in celebration of the new exhibit, Around the World and...

Writing with Scrivener

Are you writing a book? Scrivener is inexpensive software that can help plan, organize, and manage your writing. Learn about its powerful features with...

Making it at the Library: 3D Printing and Other Production Technologies at Cornell University Library

The library has always been a place where new ideas are produced. But what about new technologies that enable the production of physical things? Cornell...

Design Connect: Spring 2017 Project Exhibition

Design Connect is a multidisciplinary, student-run, community design organization housed in the Department of City and Regional Planning. Each semester, four...

Map & Geospatial Information Collection Open House

Located on the lower level of Olin Library, the Maps and Geospatial Information Collection includes over 500,000 maps, as well as books, atlases, and...

M.F.A. Group Show: Reunion Exhibition

M.F.A. Group Show: Reunion Exhibition features work from current M.F. A. students Kate Huffman (M.F.A. '18), Kaleb Hunkele (M.F.A. '18), Alex Jahani (M.F.A....

Charlotte’s Archives: Telling Stories with Artifacts

Best for elementary age children and their parents, but all are welcome. (Limited seating) Are you ready to be a history detective? Using items from the...

Historic Walking Tour of Uris, Olin, and Kroch Libraries

What is a library? These three buildings—built in three different eras—yield multiple answers to this question. Join us as we walk through the rooms where...

GSPS

Graduate Student and Postdoc Seminar

2017 Reunion Weekend

We hope you'll join us! ILR Dean’s Reception on Friday June 9th from 5-7pm in the lower ILR courtyard. No RSVP needed ILR Breakfast on Saturday June 10th...

Cornell Games Club Weekly Meeting

We play board games, card games, miniatures games, and role-playing games (RPGs). Attendance is free and open to anyone. Rules are taught for most games.

Fuertes Observatory Public Open House

The Cornell Astronomical Society will host public open house nights at the 100 year old Fuertes Observatory every Friday evening from 8pm to midnight...

CU Music: Chorus and Glee Club Reunion 2017 concert

Cornell University Chorus and Glee Club and their alumni; Robert Isaacs, conductor, present the Reunion 2017 concert. Alumni from every generation combine...

Friday, June 9