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Monday, December 3

Pesticide Applicator Certification (Day 1)

Core Training for Private Pesticide Applicator Certification Dates: Monday, 12/3/18 and Wednesday, 12/5/18 Location: CCE-Yates...

Pesticide Applicator Certification (both sessions)

Core Training for Private Pesticide Applicator Certification Dates: Monday, 12/3/18 and Wednesday, 12/5/18 Location: CCE-Yates...

Sasa Zivkovic and Brian Havener: Log Knot: On Perpetual Wood Cycles and Forest Processes

Zivkovic capitalizes on the Cornell Robotic Construction Laboratory's (RCL) large robotic saw to construct an elegant, rounded sculpture of log parts...

Seneca County CCE Annual Dinner Meeting 2018

Join us for the annual meeting of the Seneca County Cornell Cooperative Extension Association at 6:00pm on Monday, December 3rd at Knapp Winery & Restaurant,...

Chimes Concert

All chimes concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps! The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled...

7:45am, 1:10pm, 6pm
Cayuga Basin Bioblitz: A 24-Hour Race to Find What's Living in Our Backyard

Ever wonder what’s out there in our own backyard? A new exhibit in the Mann Library at Cornell University explores that very question, showcasing the...

Group Show: Three Rows of Exclamation Points

Three Rows of Exclamation Points is a group show featuring thesis work from the following B.F.A. students: Kelsey Elizabeth Burgers (B.A./B.F.A. '19) Elana...

Its Mysterious Life: An Appreciation of Beetles

They are earth’s natural jewels. An assortment of beetles exquisitely rendered in sculpted paper for a new exhibit by artist Carla DeMello will convince you...

 Exhibition - Mixed Media: The Interplay of Sound and Text

How do you write a sound? How do you hear a text? “Mixed Media” examines how representations of text and sound that have shaped our perceptions of the...

Austin Hooey Graduate Research Excellence Recognition Award Seminar: Fall 2018

The Austin Hooey Graduate Research Excellence Recognition Award is the highest award given to a graduate student by the Smith School of Chemical and...

Chia, Amaranth, and Quinoa: From Ancient Seeds to “Superfoods”

In this interpretive exhibit at Cornell Botanic Gardens, learn about the ancient seeds chia, amaranth, and quinoa. These "superfoods" are growing in...

Don’t Forget Us: The Plight of the Hemlock and Ash Trees

Stone, Plate, and Photo Lithographs This exhibit consists of limited edition prints produced by students in Cornell University's Introduction to Print Media...

Working at Cornell; Staff Conversations

Staff Conversations are a series of one-hour, group forums to be held at locations across the Ithaca and Geneva campuses during October, November and early...

Erin Strumpf, Associate Professor, McGill University (Human Ecology Bldg HEB T01)

Seminar Erin Strumpf, Associate Professor, McGill University Abstract and title TBA More information about the speaker can be found at:...

NES Graduate Colloquium Series

Open to Department of Near Eastern Studies graduate students, faculty, and graduate field faculty. December 3, "Witnessing Dinosaurs and Fossilized Jews at...

Science Studies Reading Group: Lissette Lorenz

My Friend, Geigy: Vicarious Radiation Sensing in Post-Fukushima, Japan

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Dr. Amy Angert. Shifting dynamics of demography and adaptation along geographic gradients

Ecology and Evolutionary Weekly Seminar Series Hosts: Monica Geber and Anurag Agrawal

The Galapagos: iguanas, tortoises, finches, but where are the plants?- Tom Whitlow

Tom Whitlow Professor, Section of Horticulture The Galapagos: iguanas, tortoises, finches, but where are the plants?

Architecture Final Reviews, Fall 2018

Thursday, November 29 First-Year B.Arch. Students Luben Dimcheff* and Dasha Khapalova Varied locations (opening introduction in Milstein Hall dome) 12:30...

Chimes Concert

All chimes concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps! The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled...

Jugatae

Dr. Martin Kaltenpoth from Gutenberg University will be speaking on "An inordinate fondness for symbionts: Mutualist-provided defense, digestion, and...

Chemistry Seminar

Delia Milliron, University of Texas at Austin Surface Chemistry of Doped Metal Oxide Nanocrystals

Let's Meditate

Weekly Guided Mindfulness MeditationCome as you are, as often as you like, to practice this relaxing and restorative technique. These FREE sessions are 30...

"Moors-Tupiniquins”: An Analysis of the Diverse Identities of the Brazilian Islamic Community

Thiago De Carvalho will discuss the identities formation, dynamics and plurality of Brazilian Islamic communities and its members. First, based on historical...

Rose House - Table Talk Mondays - Journalism and Contemporary Politics

What is the role of journalism in our current political moment? Do we expect a more objective account of events or is there room in today's journalism for...

Violin Studio Recital: CU Music

Violin Studio Recital Please note this concert was rescheduled from 12/10.

Chimes Concert

All chimes concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps! The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled...

Leaders in SGE Speaker Series- Thomas McQuillan

Join us for our speaker series with guest speaker, Thomas McQuillan. Thomas McQuillan, Vice President of Strategy, Culture and Sustainability at Baldor...

Monish: A Musical Tale of Talmud and Temptation

Monish, by I.L. Peretz, is the story of an irascible Satan, his irresistible wife Lilith, and a young, religious Jew who just wants to be left alone with his...

SPECIAL TATKON CENTER STUDY BREAK: Yogibana - an artistic wellness concept that weaves yoga and ikebana (Japanese style floral design).

Do something restful and make something beautiful for your room at the same time! Participants will make a fresh flower arrangement while fusing art, design,...

Screening: "Bird of Prey"

Hosted by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the screening will be the first in the Ithaca area for this award-winning new documentary about the highly...

Lessons and Carols: CU Music

Cornell University Lessons and Carols sung by the Cornell University Chorus and Glee Club, interspersed with audience carols and traditional readings by...

DIY Holiday Grams

Want to surprise your friends with an encouraging holiday gram for finals? Come make some holiday grams with KC member Diana

Gamelan Ensemble Open Rehearsal: CU Music

The Gamelan Ensemble holds an open rehearsal. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate if desired.

Keeton Collective

Bring your programming ideas to Keeton Collective!

Unicorn Cake Pops

Come make unicorn cake pops with KC members Rebecca and Ryan!

Monday, December 3