Events

Tuesday, September 12

Exhibition: Union Made - Fashioning America in the 20th Century

A collaboration between Catherwood Library’s Kheel Center and the Cornell Costume & Textile Collection, Union Made celebrates 20th century fashion trends...

Films, Mills, & Poets:  Mid-Century Bombay

The Bombay Poets were young in the 1960s, rebellious and outspoken, brothers in spirit to the Beat Poets of the US. Now, half a century later, they are...

Small Grant Applications Due -- Institute for the Social Sciences

Every semester the Institute for the Social Sciences holds a competition awarding up to $12,000 to Cornell faculty members for social science research. The...

Tick Education Forum

Join CCE Onondaga and the Empire State Lyme Disease Association of Onondaga County for an educational presentation on ticks and how to prevent, manage, and...

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...

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...

Rebecca Rutstein: Convergence

Convergence is a survey of Philadelphia-based artist Rebecca Rutstein's (B.F.A. '93) recent work that explores geometric abstraction inspired by science,...

Richard Zimmerman: Fall

A show of new sculptural works by Richard Zimmerman (M.F.A. '18).

Thesis and Dissertation Grad Write-Ins

Grad Write-Ins occur every weekday that class is in session, from 8:00-11:00am in the Big Red Barn. Come join other students who also have writing goals and...

Joseph Kennedy and Sonny Eric Xu: Borderline Encounters: The American-Canadian Railway

Borderline Encounters: The American-Canadian Railway presents the collaborative work that Joseph Henry Kennedy Jr. (B.Arch. '15) and Sonny Eric Xu (B.Arch....

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....

From the Darkness of the Sea: The Cornell Collection of Blaschka Glass Invertebrate Models

In 1882, at the request of Professor John Henry Comstock and with the support of President Andrew Dickson White, Cornell acquired 570 Blaschka glass sea...

Power, Haunting, and Resilience

Fourteen artists from Taiwan expose the lingering, often haunting effects of authoritarianism, social ideology, environmental disaster, international...

Sama Alshaibi: Silsila

Silsila consists of several photographic series and videos by artist Sama Alshaibi. Named for the Arabic word silsila, or “link,” the exhibition is meant to...

Group Show: ART 3606 Photography: The Constructed Image

Selected work by students in the spring 2017 class ART 3606 Photography: The Constructed Image. The exhibition includes work from the following...

Tuesday Lunch Engagement: Post Racial Realities with F. Michael Higginbotham

Prof. F. Michael Higginbotham is an internationally renowned expert on matters of Race, Civil Rights, Human Rights and Constitutional Law. His book, Ghosts...

CFSeminar: Gaojin Li (Cornell University), "Electrophoresis in Viscoelastic Fluids"

CFSeminar: Gaojin Li (Cornell University), "Electrophoresis in Viscoelastic Fluids" 12:00 PM until 1:15 PM Tuesday, September 12, 2017, 12 pm, 116 Upson...

Hebrew Table

Shulhan Ivrit (Hebrew Table) is an opportunity for students in our Hebrew program to get together throughout the semester, meet fellow students, practice...

Cornell Plant Breeding and the University of Nanking in Republican China - the background story

A Cornelian named John H. Reisner (B.A., 1911, Yale College & M.S.A. 1915, Cornell University) went to the Republic of China at a very early time in 1914,...

Equipment Orientation: Strength Training Basics

This program is intended to help Cornell Fitness Centers members of all experience and fitness levels become acquainted with strength-based equipment. This...

PPPMB Seminar - Elsa Desnoues

From gene to phenotype: Genetic control and modeling of sugar metabolism during peach fruit development

Food Science Graduate Seminar Series

Food Without Secrets Presented by Deepak Amin, President and CEO, Deep Foods You know how they say the truth just sounds different? Well, it tastes...

Lecture:  "Establishing Normal: Insight into Chimpanzee Medicine in the Republic of Congo"

You are invited to attend the Conservation with Communities for One Health weekly lecture series to hear about the summer experiences of your fellow...

MAE Colloquium: Anna C. Balazs, Ph.D., (University of Pittsburgh), "Designing Bio-Inspired, Adaptive Gels with Controllable 3D Structures"

ABSTRACT: Biological systems exhibit a remarkable ability to dynamically respond to external cues and adapt their behavior to environmental changes. We...

ORIE Colloquium: Itai Ashlagi (Stanford) - Matching and (misaligned) Incentives in Kidney Exchange

Growth of live-donor kidney exchange has stagnated although an increasing number of transplant centers are facilitating exchanges through large national...

M. Antoni J. Ucerler, S.J., "Christian Encounters with Early Modern East Asia: Lessons in Cultural Accommodation and Dialogue"

The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies and Cornell United Religious Work kick off their new series, Faith, Hope, and Knowledge: Interfaith...

Professional Directions: Q&A with David N. Weiss (Shrek 2, The Smurfs)

David N. Weiss (Shrek 2, The Smurfs, Are We There Yet?) will give a Q&A on Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at 4:30pm in the Room 124, Schwartz Center for the...

Saving the Dream for All

“Saving the Dream for All” featuring Professor F. Michael Higginbotham, Joseph Curtis Professor of Law and former Interim Dean, University of Baltimore...

Saving the Dream for All with Professor F. Michael Higginbotham

Prof. F. Michael Higginbotham is an internationally renowned expert on matters of Race, Civil Rights, Human Rights and Constitutional Law. His book, Ghosts...

Visual Culture Colloquium

Material Methods: Lu Xun's Promotion of Woodblock Prints Elizabeth Emrich (Cornell University)

Cornell Abroad Info Session: Northern, Central & Eastern Europe

Go beyond the traditional study abroad destinations and discover the wonderful diversity of the European continent. Immerse yourself into an exciting...

Cornell Abroad: Israel, Middle East & Northern Africa

Whether studying archaeology or contemporary politics, there is no more critical place than the Middle East and North Africa. Learn - or deepen your...

Tobacco Harvesting Teach-In - Canceled

The “Tobacco Harvesting Teach-In” is a chance for students to learn about the importance of the tobacco plant in Cayuga/Haudenosaunee culture....

Asian & Asian American Graduate and Professional Mixer

Stop by for free refreshments and network/meet graduate and professional students!

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...

Kitchen Garden Tour#2--Owl Moon Gardens

Come tour the beautiful and productive two acre garden of Art Godin and Joanna Green in Newfield. They use straw mulch and cover crops with lots of compost...

Physics Graduate Society Board Game Night

A chance to play board games with your favourite physics graduate students who are studying in Cornell. http://pages.physics.cornell.edu/pgs/ This event...

Tech/Law Colloquium

"The Undue Influence of Surveillance Technology Companies on Policing"

Conversation @ Keeton: Bill Keeton Jr.: "Bill Keeton and His Legacy"

Who was Bill Keeton, and what is the legacy he leaves us? This conversation will explore the life and work of William T. Keeton – the researcher, the...

Tuesday, September 12