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Monday, April 23

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,...

People's Climate Week

The People’s Climate Week is a week of action focused on humanizing the fight against climate change. We will highlight intersections between climate change...

Refugee Display

A lawn sign display along walkways on the arts quad will educate passers by about the global refugee crisis

Science Days 2018 Past, Present, Future

2018 Science Days will be held at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County, 121 Second St., Oriskany, NY on April 23rd, 24th and 25th from 9am to 3pm...

Breakfast with Guest in Residence Dena Simmons

Enjoy a breakfast discussion at Bethe dining with SA Alicia and Guest in Residence Dena Simmons. Meet @ House Office at 8am, walk to Bethe.

Brice Peterson: Jean Hersholt Memorial Showroom

Jean Hersholt Memorial Showroom is an exhibition of recent work by Brice Peterson (M.F.A. '19).

Conservation Collage

Take a few minutes at Mann to contribute to a large-scale, earth-themed community collage that we’ll be creating over the week to celebrate the Earth Day...

Gabriel Ramos: Paraíso

Paraíso is the thesis exhibition for Gabriel Ramos (M.F.A. '18).

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...

Kate Huffman: Not My Year

"[Not My Year] is a reflection on the inherent choppiness of the channels through which mantra is expected or hoped to flow. This work has been my defensive...

Richard Zimmerman: Pet Sounds

Pet Sounds is the thesis exhibition for Richard Zimmerman (M.F.A. '18).

2018 Mann Library Earth Week Celebration

Mann Library will host a week of events in April, celebrating Earth Day: 4/20 - Conservation Collage4/21 - Giant Bottle 2.04/24 - Chains to Change:...

Chemical Engineering Seminar: Michael P. Harold (University of Houston)

Dr. Michael P. Harold Chair of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering M.D. Anderson Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering University of...

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...

Open Feedback Sessions on the Campus Sustainability Plan

What should the future of campus sustainability look like on your campus? Come provide feedback and ideas to help shape the latest strategic campus...

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...

SAP Seminar Series, "Sex, Blasphemy and Terrorism: Bangladesh's Systematic Repression of its LGBTQ Communities," by Raad Rahman

The greatest current challenge facing Bangladesh's LGBTQ community is state sponsored repression in the face of rising intolerance and extremism. Since 2016,...

Genetic control of ‘foxy’ aroma and flavor in Vitis labrusca grapes- Gan-Yuan Zhong, Ph.D.

Gan-Yuan Zhong, Ph.D. Research Leader, Grape Genetics Research Unit, USDA Ag. Research Service Horticulture Section seminar series. Via videoconference...

Beyond Academia: Transforming a CV to a Resume

Are you thinking about a career outside of academia? This workshop is targeted to graduate students in the social sciences and humanities who would like to...

SASSY Photo Campaign

We will be starting off the week by tabling on Ho Plaza with signs that state “I want to live in a world where girls___” and encourage people to stop by and...

What Climate Do We Owe to Our Great-Great-Grandchildren?

It is becoming less and less controversial that we ought to aggressively combat climate change. One main reason for doing so is concern for future...

2018 Nordlander Lecture in Science and Public Policy - Dr. Mary Bassett, Commissioner, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Structural Racism and Health: From Evidence to Action Well into the 21st century, Black people in the United States remain sicker and die younger than...

Department of Physics Colloquium

General Physics Colloquium, Prof. Brian Jones, Colorado State University-Fort Collins. Refreshments: 3:30-3:50 pm Title: A Million Hands: Lessons from...

Joint Labor Economics & Human Resource Studies Workshop: Kevin Murphy

Kevin Murphy - University of Southern California Compensation Consultants and the Level, Composition and Complexity of CEO Pay (Joint with Tatiana...

Microeconomic Theory Workshop: Colin Stewart

Colin Stewart - University of Toronto For They Know Not What They Do: Selection Through Incentives When Information is Costly (joint w/Sandro Ambuehl & Axel...

CCCI: A Most Awkward Sphere: The “Religion Sphere” in Modern and Contemporary China

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

Distinguished Lecture Series: The Pursuit of Collective Intelligence

Abstract: In nature, vast colonies of ants, bees, and fish use simple rules of interaction to achieve fascinating forms of collective intelligence. We can...

Eric Fassin: "The Kaleidoscope of Gender: Sexual and Racial Politics in France Today"

Abstract: Gender is “a primary way of signifying relations of power”: it does not only speak of sex and sexuality, it also “signifies” class, race, and...

How to Succeed in Your Summer Internship (with Risa Mish!)

Please join the GMA for an end-of-semester discussion with Professor Risa Mish. Learn about tips, tricks, and advice on how to shine in your summer...

Lund Debate: How Should We Engage with North Korea?

North Korea's nuclear program is an issue of critical international concern. The country’s nuclear weapons and missile systems are capable of doing...

RODRIGO FRESÁN: A READING AND A CONVERSATION (IN ENGLISH)

Fresán is the author of essential novels such as The Bottom of the Sky and The Invented Part. The event will be moderated by Professor Edmundo Paz-Soldán.

Undocumented Migration and Pirated Ethnicity: Midi Z’s Siamophone Films

Brian Bernards University of Southern California 4:30 pm | April 23 | Guerlac Room, A.D. White House Reception to Follow Since 2010, the Taiwan-based...

TRUMAN SCHOLARSHIP

Provides up to $30,000 for graduate school. For rising juniors committed to a career related to social justice issues, planning to work in government or the...

Hands On Movie Screening and Q&A with Elizabeth Miller

Movie screening of Hands On, a documentary following the story of 5 women climate justice activists around the world, followed by a Skype Q&A session with...

Networking and Exploring Career Resources

It's networking made easy. Learn about Cornell's networking platforms: The Alumni Connections Program(ACP) and introducing the new CUeLINKS! These programs...

Dairy Day: Grass to Glass

Come meet where your milk comes from! Dairy Day: Grass to Glass is an open house event hosted by Cornell University Dairy Science (CUDS) and Cornell Dairy....

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...

Dan Torop: Lone Garden, Lone Lake

This lecture has been postponed from Tuesday, April 10 to Monday, April 23 at 5:15 p.m. in Milstein Auditorium. Dan Torop is a photographer whose images...

Populist Revolt - Everything Old is New Again

A lecture sponsored by Freedom and Free Societies, Classics, and History. Press Release Excerpt about this program: In what seems to be a new age of...

Introduction to Mushroom Cultivation

Here in the northeast, cultivating log-grown mushrooms can be commercially viable even for small operations. Join Ken Mudge, retired Cornell Associate...

Loretta Lees: New Gentrification Battlefields: The Demolition of Council Estates in London

Loretta Lees is an urban geographer who is internationally known for her research on gentrification/urban regeneration, global urbanism, urban policy, urban...

Law Tech Speaker Series @ Cornell Tech: David Robinson

Law Tech Speaker Series "Managing Prediction" When government agencies use numbers to assess or predict human behavior, similar challenges tend to arise –...

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...

Michael Plagerman, organ: CU Music

Organist Michael Plagerman: The Book of Hours - Daniel Pinkham Chorale No. 3 in A Minor - César Franck Symphony No. 6 Op. 59 in B Minor - Louis Vierne

Plastic Waste Educational Pop Up

This event informs the public about the amount of plastic waste generated from plastic water bottles at Cornell, in the U.S., and around the world. It will...

DIY Ice Cream Sandwiches with AC Vicky and Belinda

What's better than ice cream? How about an ice cream sandwich! AC Vicky and Belinda are going to be making these sweet treats Monday evening and you won't...

Keeton Collective

Come share your ideas for Keeton programs!

Monday, April 23