Events

Thursday, September 7

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...

Inside the Smithsonian with Curators and Conservators

Enjoy an insider's study tour of three of the Smith­sonian Institution's remarkable museums and research centers with Glenn Altschuler, dean of the School 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...

Group Show: From the Dark

Group Show: From the Dark features work from the ART 2601: Introduction to Photography class taught by Christine Elfman. Featured students are: Aiza Ahmed...

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...

Preventive Controls Qualified Individual Training Preventive Controls for Human Food

his 2.5 day Class will fulfill FDA Requirements for FSMA Qualified Individual Training. The course will include opportunities for participants to review...

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,...

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....

M.Arch.II AAP NYC Exhibition: Architecture +

The East Sibley Hallway rotating exhibition series presents the studio work of three consecutive M.Arch.II design studios that were held at AAP NYC during...

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....

CLASSE Seminar: Qingteng Zhang, Argonne National Laboratory

"Mesoscale Dynamics Studied with Time-resolved Coherent X-ray Scattering" Abstract: Thermally-driven spatial fluctuation exists in both 'soft' and 'hard'...

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...

Robert Richenburg: Abstract Expressionist Painter

In the late 1950s Robert Richenburg was at the height of his fame as a painter of the New York School, exhibiting most famously alongside Pollock and de...

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...

Mann Library New Student Welcome

New to CALS or Human Ecology? Start your year out right at our Library welcome table. Drop by to pick up library info, enjoy treats, win prizes, and try your...

Joint PAM, Development, & Dyson Workshop: Michael Kremer

Michael Kremer Harvard University 401 Warren Hall "Can Educational Voucher Programs Pay for Themselves?" Abstract: In the 1990's Colombia awarded private...

The S. C. Tsiang Macroeconomics Workshop: Bartosz Mackowiak

Bartosz Mackowiak European Central Bank The Rational Inattention Filter (joint w/Filip Matejka & Mirko Wiederholt) Dynamic rational inattention...

SEAP Gatty Lecture Series

"Dilemmas of Opposition Party and Coalition Building in Multiethnic Malaysia" Sebastian Dettman, PhD Candidate, Department of Government, Cornell...

Creators and Makers: Hear about Student Summer Experiences

Come listen, share, and learn about fellow students' summer internships and enjoy lunch with Cornell alumna Carol Rattray '78. Rattray is cofounder of...

How the Romans Learned to Love Peace Without it Loving Them Back - and What it Means Today

Barry Strauss, Bryce and Edith M. Bowmar Professor in Humanistic Studies, History and Classics, Cornell University, will speak at 12:15 pm in G-08 Uris Hall...

Collars, pockets and cuffs: How unionized garment workers built the middle class one stitch at a time

Just as each section of a garment sewn together creates the whole, garment workers joined together through their union to create a whole life for themselves...

Energy Engineering Seminar-Professor Emmanuel Giannelis, Carbon Capture and Sequestration

Professor Giannelis from the department of Materials Science and Engineering will give this talk titled Carbon Capture and Sequestration. The Energy...

Recent advances in carbon cycle research: Abiotic and biotic controls

Terrestrial carbon cycles are affected by and also feedback to climate change and human activities. Despite decades of research in the carbon cycle, our...

Instructor Workshop: How to Connect Writing and Art by Teaching at the Johnson Museum

Discover how teaching a class session at the Johnson Museum can enhance your syllabus. Explore teaching options at the Museum and how to plan an accessible...

Words Matter: Rhetoric vs. Reality in China-Africa Relations

Jessica Achberger is African Studies Librarian and Adjunct Assistant Professor of History at Michigan State University. Her PhD research in history focused...

Biology Without Borders Seminar

Claude Desplan, New York University Temporal and Spatial Patterning to Generate Neural Diversity Hosted by NBB and MBG –Nilay Yapici and Mariana Wolfner

E&EB Seminar Dr. Claude Desplan. Temporal and spatial patterning to generate neural diversity

Sponsored by Biology Without Borders Co- hosted by Nilay Yapici (Neurobiology and Behavior) and Mariana Wolfner (Molecular Biology and Genetics)

Himalayan Mobilities: An Exploration of the Impact of Expanding Rural Road Networks on Social and Ecological Systems in the Nepalese Himalaya

Roads are the essential building blocks of economic development. Without roads, there can be no hydro projects, no electricity or telephone towers, and...

MSE Seminar

Speaker: Professor Henry White, University of Utah - Electrochemical Nucleation and Physical Behavior of Individual Nanobubbles of H2, O2 and N2

Bowling With The Economics Community

The Economics Department is sponsoring a bowling night for the undergraduate and graduate economics students! Join us for a few frames in Helen Newman Hall's...

Exploring Majors and Careers

Undecided? Unsure of what you want to study? First-year Arts & Sciences students are invited to join us for a 2-part workshop designed to help you choose...

Miriam Ticktin:  “Border Walls and the Politics of Becoming Non-Human”

In this talk I am concerned by the ways in which border walls and zones come not simply to defend (i.e. certain territories), but to define -- that is, to...

Musicology Colloquium: Malcolm Bilson

Malcolm Bilson, Frederick J. Whiton Professor Emeritus of Music, presents a talk entitled "For He Has Taste and the Most Profound Knowledge of Composition."

Reading by Ron Rash

Cornell Dept. of English / Creative Writing Program presents: Reading by Ron Rash, Poet & Fiction Writer Ron Rash is the author of the 2009 PEN/Faulkner...

Return from Leave of Absence

Meet other Cornell students who have also just come back from a leave. Ask and answer questions about how to come back from a leave, and join this group of...

Active Learning Strategies to Engage Your Students

How can you involve students more fully in classroom activities? This workshop addresses ways in which instructors can construct classroom activities that...

Cornell Abroad Info Session: Italy

No matter your focus, study abroad in Italy can offer a varied and enriching academic experience. Fall in love with Italy's beauty while gaining fluency in...

Cornell Abroad Info Session: UK & Ireland

Learn about the wealth of opportunities in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Whether you are an engineer or a lover of English history, there is a study...

Yoga

Open to all Cornell students (grads and undergrads) for Free. All skill levels welcome. Increase your physical and mental well-being. Some yoga mats are...

Artists' Talk: Power, Haunting, and Resilience

At this moderated discussion, artists Hung Su-Chen, Chen Cheng-Tsai, Ku Shih-Yung, and Shen Chao-Liang will speak about their work in conjunction with the...

Counting the Gig Economy

Erica Groshen, former head of BLS and ILR Visiting Senior Scholar, discusses Counting the Gig Economy

Letters from Baghdad

w/ intro on Sep 7 Ithaca Premiere! 2016 > UK/USA/France > Directed by Sabine Krayenbhl, Zeva Oelbaum With voice of Tilda Swinton Called the female...

I Love Female Orgasm!

The Female Orgasm Join us to laugh and learn about the "big O,” a Cornell tradition and the most popular topic sex educators Dorian Solot and Connor Timmons...

Eraserhead

1977 > USA > Directed by David Lynch With John Nance, Charlotte Stewart, Jeanne Bates Lynch's first feature is a darkly humorous romp into a degenerate urban...

Study Break: Chocolate Hazelnut Spread & Fruit

Stop by to have this delicious and refreshing snack! Who doesn't love a little chocolate?

Thursday, September 7