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Friday, March 9

 The 3rd Big Red One-Day Online Auction for the United Way

BID. WIN. SUPPORT. Join us for our third online auction to benefit the United Way! This year’s auction includes over 80 items, and bidding is sure to be...

4-H Public Presentations 2018

Friday, March 9, 2018 Seneca County CCE offices – Waterloo Check in starts at 5:30 PM Presentations start at 6:00PM and go until 8:00PM Saturday, March 10,...

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...

Cornell Thrift Free Pile Friday

Come by WSH to check out some of Cornell Thrift's clothing selection! We aim to facilitate the free exchange of clothing amongst students via our Free Piles...

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...

Introduction to Quick Books for Farmers 4/28/2018

Introduction to Quick Books for Farmers Join us for an introduction to Quick Books, on April 28 from 9 am- 12 pm pm at the CCE Oneida County office. Upon...

Michael Tomlan: Rehabilitation of the Boys and Girls Club Harlem: The Residences at P.S. 186

Serving as the historic preservation consultant, Professor Michael A. Tomlan worked from 2014 to 2016 with the Boys and Girls Club of Harlem, New York City's...

 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...

Metamorphosis Exhibit

An exhibit featuring upcycled and recycled clothing and art by Cornell faculty, staff, students and local artists, including Alice Muhlback.

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...

Cornell Plant Breeding Symposium: "Animalia to Plantae"

The 7th Annual Cornell University Graduate Student Plant Breeding Symposium will explore topics related to the genetics and genomics community at large. In...

Department of Architecture Career Days 2018

The Department of Architecture's Career Days include formal, on-campus interviews with individual students as well as The Making of Practice: Amanda Williams...

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...

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,...

Exploration Station: Bird Beak Adaptations

Play our fun Bird Beak Buffet game to discover how birds’ beaks are adapted to eat their food. Learn about the variety of bird feeders available and how to...

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...

Sloan Program in Health Administration Colloquium 3/9/18

Planning and Implementing a Unique Patient Experience at Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital Nancy Schlichting ’79 former President, Henry Ford Health System

Storytime at Sapsucker Woods

Join us on the second Friday of each month for stories about birds and nature for preschoolers ages 3+.

Second Annual Symposium Antimicrobial Resistance: Research Synergies in Human and Animal Medicine

Join researchers and clinicians from across Cornell with a shared interest in combating antimicrobial resistance for this interdisciplinary symposium....

CPC Innovations in Population Science Seminar: Peter Bearman

The neural signatures of social life Given the importance and complexity of the social networks in which we are embedded it makes sense to think that the...

LMSS @ Cornell Tech: Byron Boots (Georgia Tech)

Learning Machines Seminar Series "Learning Perception and Control for Agile Off-Road Autonomous Driving" The main goal of this talk is to illustrate how...

Latina/o Studies Fridays w/Faculty Seminar

The Latina/o Studies Program Fridays with Faculty seminar offers an opportunity for Latina/o and non-Latina/o students of all levels and disciplines to meet...

Ezra's Round Table/Systems Seminar: Brian O'Neill (NCAR) - Does half a degree of global warming matter? Results from the BRACE 1.5 study

In 2015, 195 countries negotiated the Paris Agreement on climate change, which set long-term goals of limiting global mean warming to well below 2 C and...

PSAC Lecture: Rachel Wellhausen, University of Texas-Austin

International Investment Law and Foreign Direct Reinvestment

Department of Psychology Colloquium Series

"Time in Language, Culture, and Mind," to be presented by Daniel Casasanto, Department of Human Development and Department of Psychology, Cornell University

Ernst Valery: Development without Displacement

Ernst Valery '01 (B.S. URS '00) is managing member and president of SAA | EVI, and shares overall responsibility for the day-to-day operations and execution...

“Autophagy and nutrient recycling in plants” - Hiroyuki Ishida

Hiroyuki Ishida Associate Professor, Tohoku University and Visiting Associate Professor in van Wijk lab Research interest: protein metabolism of plant...

CLASSE Seminar: Jianming Bai and Feng Wang, Brookhaven National Lab

"In Situ Synchrotron X-ray Studies on Synthesis of Cathode Materials for Li-ion Batteries" Abstract: Synthesizing new electrode materials with desired...

Joint Experimental and Theory Seminar in Particle Physics and Cosmology: Oren Slone, Princeton

"New Directions in the Search for Light Dark Matter" Abstract: Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs) have been the main focus of the Dark Matter (DM)...

Q&A with Neil Corwin

The South Asian Law Student Association (SALSA), in conjunction with the American Constitution Society (ACS) and the National Security Law & Policy Society...

[Live Event] Discover how stem cells could help curb obesity and diabetes

How do stem cells affect the buildup of fat tissue? Can stem cells be manipulated to help curb obesity and diabetes? These are among the topics that will be...

Lori Hunter: Climate Change & Human Migration: Research Examples from Mexico

Research on Mexican migration as related to environmental conditions/change emerged on the migration-environment scene about a decade ago. Lori will review...

English Department Roundtable (EDR)

English Department Roundtable Presenter: Austin Lillywhite Title: "Is Posthumanism Primitivism?" Moderator: Malcolm Bare The English Department...

IGCS Colloquium

“Schaue her!” Hans Blumenberg on Bach’s Matthäuspassion and the Problem of a Protestant Artwork Helmut Müller-Sievers, Germanic & Slavic Languages &...

In Praise of Diana? Catullus 34 and the Diana of Valerius Cato

This talk by Leah Kronenberg (Associate Professor of Classical Studies at Boston University) will argue that Catullus 34, the “Hymn to Diana,” contains...

Intro to QGIS

Learn the basics of QGIS, the popular free and open-source desktop GIS application for mapping and geospatial analysis. We will work together through...

Publication Celebration

Celebrating the publishing of our journal! Funded by the GPSAFC, Open to the Graduate Community and Please contact Caroline Secola at cfs226@cornell.edu for...

Anthropology Colloquium:  Matthew Liebmann

Pueblo People, Franciscan Missionaries, and the Arrival of the “Refuse Wind”: Colonialism, Disease, and Demography in the Southwest U.S....

CAM Colloquium:  Peter Frazier (ORIE, Cornell University) - Bayesian Optimization for Problems with Exotic Structure

Abstract Bayesian optimization methods are designed to optimize objective functions that take a long time or are expensive to evaluate. Such objective...

GSPS

Graduate Student and Postdoc Seminar

 BESS Seminar Series - Vasilii Petrenko

Vasilii Petrenko - "Geologic Emissions, Methane Hydrates and Permafrost: What Measurements of 14 C of Methane in Ice Cores tell us About the Fossil Component...

MBG Friday Seminar with Frank Pugh "Genomic mechanisms of gene regulation and chromatin organization"

Cornell Molecular Biology and Genetics, the Genome Biology Seminar Series and John Lis will be hosting Dr. Frank Pugh from Pennsylvania State University for...

Possession and Persuasion--Cornell Southeast Asia Program’s 20th Annual Southeast Asian Studies Graduate Student Conference

Possession and Persuasion conjure a range of images and concepts, from cultural performance, to the control and mobility of objects, bodies, and spaces, to...

Ananda Cohen-Aponte, "A Rebel Without a Face: Art Histories of Absence in the Age of Andean Rebellions, 1750-1800”

This talk discusses the methodological challenges of writing art histories in the virtual absence of a direct visual archive. The Tupac Amaru and Katarista...

Baby Series Kick-Off

We'll focus on Cornell-specific policies and services, such as benefits, work/life, insurance, medical leaves, workplace flexibility, environmental safety, etc.

Opportunities for Public Communication of Science

The Department of Communication and the BEST Program invite you to this panel by Cornell members with outstanding science communication efforts in our...

We Tried to Stop and We Can't

Performance Encounters with Erin Markey & Becca Blackwell Coordinated by Karen Jaime Co-sponsored by the Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies...

Joanna Kotze and Danica Selem: Dancing Bodies in the Living Room

Pursuing this semester's focus on bodies, the Living Room introduces Joanna Kotze, a Brooklyn-based dancer, choreographer, and teacher. Modern dance and...

Quick Books for Farmers

Join us for an introduction to Quick Books. We will be holding 2 separate classes for your convenience: one in the morning on April 28th and one in the...

Cornell Games Club Weekly Meeting

We play board games, card games, miniatures games, and role-playing games (RPGs). Attendance is free and open to anyone. Rules are taught for most games.

ILR Union Days 2018

ILR Union Days 2018: March 9, 13 and 15 Subverting Technology: Radical Possibilities for the Future of Work Friday, March 9 7:00pm Cornell Cinema Willard...

Strike!  w/ live accompaniment by The Alloy Orchestra

w/ live accompaniment by The Alloy Orchestra 1925 > USSR > Directed by Sergei Eisenstein Russian master Sergei Eisenstein's feature debut is a gripping...

Fornite Squad Battles

Squad up with friends & conquer other squads in Fortnite Battle Royale.

Downsizing

2017 > USA > Directed by Alexander Payne With Matt Damon, Christoph Waltz, Hong Chau, Kristen Wiig A high-concept social satire in the style of Payne's first...

Friday, March 9