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Monday, April 16

April is Sustainability Month

Cornell University is celebrating Earth Day on April 20th and the entire month of April as Sustainability Month with over 80+ events in film, fashion, art,...

Art Exhibit The Beautiful Brain   The Drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal

The Beautiful Brain The Drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal With opening reception, March 27th, 4:30 - 5:30pm * Image shown is a detail from Ramón y...

Backyard Chickens for Beginners

This is the registration page for Backyard Chickens for Beginners, a workshop presented by Jason Detzel, Agriculture Resource Educator, CCE Ulster County on...

Film Screening Series: Midi Z Retrospective - Homecoming Triology

Film Screening Series: Midi Z Retrospective: Homecoming Trilogy · 7 pm, April 16, Poor Folk · 7 pm, April 23, Return to Burma preceded by The Palace...

Poultry 101

On April 15th at 6 p.m., Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County will be presenting a workshop on Poultry 101. This session will be a fast paced...

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: A8

A8 (A^8) is a collection of student explorations in ART 3005 that address a broad range of topics from witchcraft to site-specific installation through the...

Nicolás Robbio: Estudios de Tensión

The symbolic world created by Nicolás Robbio is made up of diagrams, technical drawings, and architectural elements. Isolated, juxtaposed, or reassembled,...

500 Chairs

500 Chairs is an exhibition of photographs of student prototypes from the Department of Architecture's furniture studio and elective. The exhibition contains...

Chemical Engineering Seminar: Zhenan Bao (Stanford University)

Dr. Zhenan Bao K.K. Lee Professor of Chemical Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University "Skin-Inspired Polymer Electronic...

Michael Ashkin: Horizont

This exhibition presents Michael Ashkin's recent work consisting of sculptures and photographs that reflect the urban landscape of Berlin as one of voids,...

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...

CHE's Got Sole - Shoe and Sock Collection Drive

Donate your used or unwanted shoes and socks into the collection bin, in College of Human Ecology Commons (between Martha Van Rensellaer Hall and the Human...

Biological Statistics & Computational Biology Seminar

Bundling data from related testing units, and other tools for high-dimensional inference Contemporary applications of statistics continue to fuel research...

Entrepreneur In Residence Office Hours - Meli James '00

Every academic year, the Pillsbury Institute invites successful entrepreneurs to meet one-on-one with students to help them with business development,...

Invited Seminar

Presentation from visiting scholar Dr. Kwideok Park to Yadong Wang lab

Joint Labor Economics, Public Economics & Industrial Organization Workshop: Patrick Bayer

Patrick Bayer - Duke University Divergent Paths: A New Perspective on Earnings Differences Between Black and White Men Since 1940 (Patrick Bayer and Kerwin...

Let's Meditate: Monday Meditation Series

Let's Meditate is a weekly, free, 30-minute guided mindfulness meditation series. Let's Meditate is open to all members of the Cornell community, including...

Aging, Safe Driving and Family Conversations

The number of older drivers is at an all-time high, and so is the need to understand the effects of aging (starting at age 40)! Come learn how to optimize...

Media Studies Workshop: "Tactical Media & Poetic Gestures" w/Jon McKenzie & Ricardo Dominguez

Please RSVP to: ple29@cornell.edu The emergence of electronic civil disobedience alongside traditional forms of civil disobedience corresponds to the shift...

NES Graduate Colloquia: Munther Younes

Seminars are open to the Near Eastern Studies graduate field & faculty. "The Mother's Breast or the Path of Good and Evil: A Re-reading of Qur'an 90...

12:10pm
"Housing Socialist Modernities: A Comparative Archaeology of Domesticity in (Post)Socialist Bucharest and Havana," by Iulia Statica, LASP Seminar Series, 16 April

Housing Socialist Modernities presents a comparative investigation of the legacy of socialist mass housing built with Soviet technological support between...

SAP Seminar Series: "Sovereign Figures in Colonial India (ca. 1858-1947)" by Milinda Banerjee

The paper argues that concepts (and practices) of human, divine, and messianic rulership have been central to the emergence of colonial ideologies,...

The rhizosphere microbiome: sources of variation and links to plant function- Bryan Emmett

Bryan Emmett Postdoctoral scientist, Boyce Thompson Institute Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference to A134 Barton in Geneva.

[Live Event] The effects of poverty on the health of America’s youth

For far too many children in the United States, poverty and poor health go hand in hand. The intersectionality of poverty, diet, and health among American...

Communication Colloquium Series: The KOL’ Interaction and Network in the Online Debates

In this talk, Dr. Kai Liu examines the role of key opinion leaders (KOL) in online debates. Existing research about online debate shows that on the one hand,...

How Low Can We Go: What Is Needed to Achieve Low Temperature Climate Targets

Reaching low temperature targets would avoid substantial impacts from climate change, but how low is necessary or possible? Here we discuss some of the...

Department of Physics Colloquium - Parratt Lecture

General Physics Colloquium and Parratt Lecture, Professor William Irvine, University of Chicago Refreshments from 3:30-3:50 pm Title: The Life of Vortex...

Joint Microeconomic Theory & S. C. Tsiang Macroeconomics Workshop: Filip Matějka

Filip Matejka - CERGE-EI An Attention-Based Theory of Mental Accounting Joint with Botond Koszegi Abstract: We analyze how a decision maker with limited...

CCCI: Displacement: The Making of Global Fast Fashion in Guangzhou’s “Villages in the City"

The Cornell Contemporary China Initiative Lecture Series, featuring interdisciplinary talks by scholars on issues in China today, runs every Monday this...

CIAMS Lecture Series: John Creese

Reassembling the Longhouse: The Iroquoian Longhouse as a Sociotechnical System Given the recent theoretical interest in assemblages, actor networks, and...

Cancelled CCCI: The Rise of Robots in China

Cancelled The Cornell Contemporary China Initiative Lecture Series, featuring interdisciplinary talks by scholars on issues in China today, runs every...

ILR Book Launch on Precarious Work

Please join the discussion of three recent books examining the political and social dynamics of precarious work in Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa, and...

War Zones, Hot and Cold (1950 – 1967)/Carl Becker Lecture 1

Robin Kelley, Distinguished professor and Gary B. Nash Endowed Chair in U.S. History, UCLA will give this lecture. “‘A Female Candide’: Inside U.S. Empire...

“India’s Two-Track Democracy,” Ethics and Public Life Lecture (Atul Kohli)

“India’s Two-Track Democracy: Vibrant Citizens, Oligarchic Rulers” will be the topic of Atul Kohli (Politics, International Affairs; Princeton) in a lecture...

Team Teaching Across Disciplines: Leveraging Interdisciplinary Strategies

Though research funding for interdisciplinary learning has created a lot of interest, implementing this pedagogy has been more difficult. In this workshop,...

Free First Lesson: Beginner Salsa and Bachata Lesson Series

Bailemos Latin Dance Club will be offering an 11-week Beginner I salsa and bachata series on Monday nights starting February 5! Lessons are specifically...

Luke Stettner: On Remembering

"On May 1, 1938, my grandfather Harry Casewitz took a single photograph of Manhattan from the fore of a steamship less than a kilometer from the gateway of...

Luke Stettner: On Remembering

"On May 1, 1938, my grandfather Harry Casewitz took a single photograph of Manhattan from the fore of a steamship less than a kilometer from the gateway of...

Surgery Club Lecture

Dr. Maza will be giving a lecture on the spay procedure on the feline patient.

Machine Learning with MATLAB Workshop

What: Machine Learning with MATLAB Workshop When: Monday, April 16, 2018 from 6:30 to 7:30 PM Where: Malott 228 Learn how to get started using machine...

Ariana Kim, violin, with Ieva Jokubaviciute, piano: CU Music

Ariana Kim Faculty Recital with Ieva Jokubaviciute, piano. Partita No. 1 in B Minor for solo violin, BWV 1002 J.S. Bach Romance in D-flat Major, Op. 22 ...

Keeton Collective

Come share your ideas for Keeton programs!

Monday, April 16