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Tuesday, February 27

2018 Pesticide Recertification Core Credits

Pesticide Re-Certification Credits Where: Best Western University Inn 390 East Main Street, Canton, NY 13617 Conference Room When: February 27,...

Art@BTI: Juxtaposition of Light and Texture by Nancy V. Ridenour

On display through March 2018 at the Boyce Thompson Institute (BTI) The photography showcased as part of Art@BTI covers a wide range of approaches to...

Enchanted Asia

Do you have a lucky charm? Before embarking on a course of action do you say a special mantra, check your astrological chart or perform a small ritual? If...

 Fight To the Beginning: The Struggle for Women’s Suffrage in New York

Mann Library’s exhibit: Fight To the Beginning: The Struggle for Women’s Suffrage in New York is about the struggle to enact woman suffrage in the Empire...

Doug Hall: In Silence

This exhibition brings together excerpts from four different bodies of Doug Hall's work spanning more than 20 years and exploring the theme of archives...

Go Figure: The Fashion Silhouette & the Female Form

Curated by Rachel Doran ('19), "Go Figure: The Fashion Silhouette & the Female Form" explores perceptions and representations of Euro-American beauty ideals...

Group Show: Dissociation

Dissociation (diˌsōSHēˈāSH[ə]n) is a group exhibition of new work by Emily Fiorenza (B.F.A. '19), Joyelle Gilbert (B.A./B.F.A. '19), and Tomás Reimer...

Sweep of Light: Scanner Photography and the Art of Horticulture

A collaboration between the Horticulture Section of the Cornell School of Integrative Plant Science (SIPS) and Mann Library, A Sweep of Light celebrates the...

William Lim: The Architect and His Collection

William Lim (B.Arch. '81, M.Arch. '82) is founder and managing director of CL3 Architects, an architecture and interior design firm renowned for its...

Sophia Starling: Bit of a Pickle

Bit of a Pickle is an exhibition featuring new work by Sophia Starling (M.F.A. '19).

Justin Wadge: Baroque Libraries: The Journey to Getting Lost in a Book

To write a book is to allow an outsider into a part of your mind, a part you believe is worth sharing. To read a book is to have a piece of someone else, to...

LGSC's Writing Workshop

We will be having our Weekly Writing Workshops starting this upcoming Tuesday, February 6th. This space is for ANY work you need to do! Not just limited to...

The World Bewitch’d: Visions of Witchcraft from the Cornell Collections

The exhibition “The World Bewitch’d” explores the origins and spread of the belief in witchcraft across Europe. It features rare and unique books and...

Economics Coffee and Bagels

This is the Department of Economics' Coffee and Bagels event, organized for Economics graduate students, Economics field faculty members, and Economics...

Debating Art: Chinese Intellectuals at the Crossroads

During the first half of the twentieth century, the movement to “modernize” China was led by Chinese intellectuals who considered aesthetic education and the...

Drawing the Line: 150 Years of European Artists on Paper

This exhibition highlights the variety of drawings from the Johnson Museum’s permanent collection by European artists from the 19th to the mid-20th century,...

Highlights from the Collection: 45 Years at the Johnson

This exhibition celebrates the forty-fifth anniversary of the Johnson Museum, which opened on May 23, 1973. The building, designed by I. M. Pei and made...

Matthew Weinstein: The Living End

A quintessential postmodern artist, Matthew Weinstein draws on film, politics, philosophy, popular culture, music, and literature of all kinds to locate his...

Strategy & Business Economics Workshop: Can Urgun

Can Urgun - Princeton University Contract Manufacturing Relationships Abstract: Contract manufacturing enables intellectual property holders to enjoy...

Public Economics Workshop: Maxim Troshkin

Maxim Troshkin - Cornell University On the Optimality of Periodically Reformed, Simple Fiscal Policies

Training: Present Without Wires: Solstice Wireless Projection

Educational Support Services (ESS) is pleased to announce a training session for the wireless projection solution Mersive Solstice. Facilitator: Dave...

Webcast: Algorithms In The Workplace

This webcast is a precursor to the in-person, immersive Algorithms at Work training course being offered by Cornell ILR Executive Education at the Cornell...

LASSP and A&EP SEMINAR

Sol Gruner, Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, will present seminar. Professor Brad Ramshaw, host. Seminar...

Wheat breeding and genetics at Texas A&M University

Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) breeding is a combination of art and science necessary for the accumulation of genes for high grain yield and stability,...

PPPMB Seminar - Katie Gold

Hyperspectral reflectance-based models for early late blight detection in potato

Applied Physics Graduate Student Coffee Hour

A coffee hour sponsored by graduate students in the Applied and Engineering Physics department. Interested in someone's research and want to network, come...

ORIE Colloquium: Ariel Neufeld (ETH Zurich) - Utility Maximization under Model Uncertainty

We present a tractable framework for model uncertainty, the so-called nonlinear Lévy processes, and use it to formulate and solve problems of robust utility...

Athletes & Activism with Etan Thomas

Former NBA player Etan Thomas will discuss his new book, We Matter: Athletes and Activism. Books will be available for purchase. Thomas played for Syracuse...

Cornell Student Topical Sermon Contest

The 8th Annual Harold I. Saperstein '31 Cornell Student Topical Sermon Contest challenges you to address: How can we find a modern sexual ethics? How shall...

Inhabited by Spiders and Ghosts: The Succession Crisis in Japanese Buddhism as Seen from a Sociology of Religion Perspective

Rev. Dr. Masaki Matsubara, both a scholar of Japanese Buddhism and an ordained Zen priest, discusses the crisis throughout Japanese Buddhism of the shortage...

Association of Veterans Happy Hour

Meeting of Johnson the Association of Veterans to facilitate networking for Johnson veterans and the Cornell veterans community-at-large. Beer and pizza will...

Black History Month Dinners

Celebrating People of Color in Media Film Arts Pop Culture Please join us for our special themed dinners celebrating Black History Month! Okenshields,...

Bethe Transfer Dinner: Prelim Prep and Study Spaces with AC Ketaki

Are you new to Cornell? Are you trying to figure out what Prelims are? Do you need to know the best study spots on campus? Come talk to AC Ketaki to find...

Collective Health Information Session

Come learn about the San Francisco health tech company that is building the health insurance experience we all deserve, from the ground up.

FREE SACS Spring SNAP Test Clinic

The Small Animal Clinical Skills Club (SACS) is hosting its FREE Spring SNAP Test Clinic for dogs and cats! We depend on healthy pets for our clinics, so...

Farm Business Planning

Groundswell Center for Local Food and Farming will again be conducting the 5thannual Farm Business Planning Course beginning in January 2018. This 9-session...

Thriving With Your Spirited Child (Dryden)

Learn about your child's temperament (and yours), how to develop effective strategies for dealing with temper tantrums, power struggles and other challenging...

After the Fire Sponsored by University Fire Marshal's Office and Cornell Cinema

When Seton Hall University, New Jersey experienced a tragic fire which killed 3 and injured 58, two young freshman who were roommates overcame their injuries...

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 is...

Pre-Law Panel for First Years

Thinking about a profession in law? Considering an undergraduate course at Cornell Law School? Want to do pre-law related course planning? Regardless of what...

Tuesday, February 27