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Wednesday, February 28

2018 4-H Public Presentation Registration

Registration for Cortland County Public Presentation Program.

4-H Pheasant Rearing Workshop 2018

SCCCE is hosting a workshop on Wednesday, February 28th from 6 PM - 7 PM at the Seneca County CCE offices located at 308 Main Street Shop Centre (third...

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...

B.E.V. NY

B.E.V. NY is New York's annual conference for the grape and wine industry, combining the resources of Cornell's Enology Extension Laboratory and the Finger...

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...

Good to Great – Improving Labor Management

Good to Great-Improving Labor Management on Fruit and Vegetable Farms, on February 28th, 2018.

Pesticide Recertification Credits 2018

Pesticide Re-Certification Credits Where: Franklin County Courthouse 355 West Main St., Malone Kitchen Conference...

Sponsorship Opportunities for B.E.V NY

Interested in being a Sponsor for the annual B.E.V NY conference?

Trade Show for B.E.V. NY

Early Registration runs until February 1st $325 for One day $650 for Two days $850 for all Three days Registration includes: *One 8’ skirted table with...

Window Replacement Workshop 02/28/2018 Albany

LEAD RENOVATION, REPAIR, & PAINTING (RRP-INITIAL) February 2018-TRAINING CLASSES CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED- REGISTER TODAY- ALL TRAININGS ARE FREE

 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...

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...

CIT Training: OBIEE 12c Analytics

Deliver meaningful real-time metrics, measurements and facts to your CEO, CFO, and other business users when you master the components in Oracle Business...

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...

Orange County Onion School

Onion growers in the famous Black Dirt region of Orange County, NY will again have access to Cornell’s onion experts during the Orange County Onion School at...

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...

New York State Veterans Office Hours (Every Wednesday)

John Canestaro, from the New York State Veterans Office, is here to help military veterans at Cornell and in the Tompkins County community with their state...

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,...

Economics: Coffee & Conversation

During the academic year, the very popular Coffee and Conversation program is held each Wednesday from 10:00am-2:00pm in the lounge. Enjoy free coffee, tea,...

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...

Are You Managing Your Risks as a Farm Employer? The Compliance and Safety Workshop

Are you managing your risks as a farm employer? This is the workshop that covers the nuts and bolts of risk management as an employer. This workshop will...

Ending Hunger Sustainably through Evidence-Based Consensus

Jaron Porciello is Associate Director for Research Data Engagement and Training for International Programs in CALS. Her research interests center around...

Midday Music for Organ 2/28: CU Music

Midday Music for Organ: Michael Plagerman: César Franck and contemporaries, on the Cavaillé-Coll style organ

Communication Colloquium Series: “My body tells my story”:  Self-injury and the embodied language of pain, power and hope

Self-injury is intentionally hurting the body (e.g. cutting, burning etc..) but without suicidal intent. Because it often looks like a suicidal gesture it...

Learning Reading Group

Join weekly discussions about teaching and education research. Each week the group will explore an article or book chapter. Open to faculty, staff and grad...

 Biophysics Colloquium with Haiyuan Yu

Haiyuan Yu, Cornell University Host: Gerald Feigenson Precision medicine through proteome-scale 3D interactome modeling Protein-protein interactions...

Work-Life Fusion: A Guide to Freedom and Autonomy at Work

As technology catapults us into the future, the way we manage work and life is changing rapidly. As we move away from the traditional paradigm of work-life...

In Treatment: Psychiatry and the Archives of Modern Sexuality

Prof. Regina Kunzel’s (Princeton) current research considers the encounter of LGBT/queer people with psychiatry in the 20th-century US, weighing the impact...

Keeping good staff when money is tight & Managing conflict in the workplace

How do you keep them down on the farm? Although everyone likes to be paid, money is not the only, or even most important, motivator for staff retention and...

Toshiko Mori: Dialogue in Architecture

Toshiko Mori is the Robert P. Hubbard Professor in the Practice of Architecture at Harvard GSD and the principal of Toshiko Mori Architect PLLC. Mori's...

4-H Pheasant Rearing Workshop

Pheasant hunting has a long tradition as one the most popular small game hunting activities in New York State, but wild populations of this introduced...

Spanish Film Club

The Spanish Film Club offers the unique possibility of watching recent Latin American films on campus with free admission. This year's topic is the...

Landscaping Design Tips and Tricks

Whether your yard is a blank slate that you are designing from scratch, or an established garden that is lackluster, there are some simple design techniques...

CDL Training Program

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wyoming County, in collaboration with Genesee Valley BOCES, will be offering a CDL Training Program for both Class A and...

Science on Tap: Stem cell therapy: a magician’s tale or clinical reality

Graduate Women in Science present "Science on Tap"! Aimed to make science accessible and exciting to everyone, we will bring a diverse set of speakers...

Continuum

USA > Directed by various This program celebrating the 50th anniversary of San Francisco-based experimental film distributor Canyon Cinema is bookended by...

Conversation at Keeton: Courtney Roby: “Did the Ancients Have Science?"

STEM isoften presented as a “monoculture,” despite the differences in standards,practices, and analytical methodologies between different STEM disciplines....

Wednesday, February 28