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Thursday, September 13

13th Annual Barbara L. Kuhlman Scholars' Exhibition

The 13th Annual Barbara L. Kuhlman Scholars’ Fiber Arts and Wearable Arts Group Exhibition: ‘Fear and Freedom’. The Exhibition will showcase innovative fiber...

CACFP 2018 Required Training in Oriskany

2018 CACFP Annual Training September 13 from 6:00pm-730pm CCE - Oneida Oriskany In this training we be reviewing CACFP requirements and we will...

Cornell Law Review - General Body & Welcome Meeting

The Cornel Law Review is holding its first general body & welcome meeting to discuss the plans for the semester and the direction of the journal. This...

Parent & Child Hands-on Cooking Lessons

Join your children/child in this 6 - 8 hands-on interactive lesson series focused on cooking healthy meals and exercising as a family. Find answers and tips...

Texture

TEXTURE is an eclectic exhibition that emerged from a simple and (intentionally) vague prompt: texture. Under the direction of faculty advisor Denise Nicole...

Apples to Cider: An Old Industry Takes New Root

Cider—the alcoholic kind—went from the traditional drink of the American farmer to an obscure niche beverage to a burgeoning and vibrant craft industry in...

Iftikhar Dadi and Elizabeth Dadi: Tilism

tilism: talisman; an inanimate object transformed into its own world Tilism is a series of large-format photographs of tiny plastic toys, scaled up to 30X,...

Juice HACCP Certification Course

In January 2001, the FDA issued juice regulations based on the principles of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP). The FDA issued these...

Portraits of Progress: Confronting Indian Malnutrition Through Field-Based Research Under the Tata-Cornell Institute (TCI)

Portraits of Progress celebrates five years of the Tata-Cornell Institute (TCI) and its focus on solving chronic malnutrition in India through...

Van-Leo: The Reluctant Surrealist

Van-Leo (1920–2002) was a portraitist photographer who ran a successful studio in Cairo during the second half of the 20th century. Born Levon Boyadjian, the...

CIT Training: Captivate Beyond the Essentials

Learn to be more efficient as you produce ever-more interactive and technically-sound eLearning using Adobe Captivate 2017. Save hours of work by pre-editing...

Master Food Preserver’s Certification Program

Join the CCEs Master Food Preserver’s Certification Program and become an expert on how to preserve food. The trend toward local foods and concern over where...

Oculi: Governors Island Installation

Oculi, the winner of the 2018 City of Dreams competition, is an interdisciplinary exhibition crafted of disused grain silos. The installation opened on...

Portal

The gold-painted shipping container equipped with innovative audiovisual technology and life-sized screens allows for serendipitous and spontaneous...

Sabine Strauch: Women: Starting at $19.99

Women: Starting at $19.99 is an exhibition featuring new work from Sabine Strauch (B.F.A. '19).

Fermentation and Added Value Products

Raw, vitamin rich, and full of probiotics, traditionally lacto-fermented foods such as sauerkraut, kimchi, and brined pickles are both delicious and healthy....

Tenant/Landlord Rights & Responsibilities

In this Consumer Issues Program, NY State Assistant Attorney General, Michael Danaher, will discuss issues surrounding leases, how security deposits are...

"Indian Economy: Where From and Where To" - a Distinguished Lecture by the Tata-Cornell Institute

Tata-Cornell Institute Distinguished Lecture Indian Economy: Where From and Where To Speaker: Arvind Panagariya Affiliations: Currently: Professor of...

Gatty Lecture, Etin Anwar, "Epistemology of Islamic Feminism"

Etin Anwar, Chair of Religious Studies and Associate Professor, Hobart and William Smith Colleges Epistemology of Islamic Feminism: Contexts and...

Introduction to Zotero

Zotero is a free, powerful, easy-to-use research tool that helps you gather and organize citations and sources such as pdfs. This hands-on workshop will...

Karl Polanyi: the History of Ideas and the History of Capitalism

Patrick Iber (History, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison) will present as part of the American Studies Fall Colloquium series, "The History of Capitalism: New...

Veterinary Nutrition Rounds: Nutritional Approaches to Weight Loss

The Nutritional Opportunities in Veterinary Medicine club will be hosting its first ever nutrition rounds focusing on weight loss in companion animals. The...

Winery Sustainability and Wastewater Management: Regulations and New Tools

This webinar will begin with a review of current wastewater regulations for craft beverage producers in New York, as well as some highlights of the proposed...

Berger International Speaker Series Lunch Talk

Sipho Steven Nkosi, Visiting Scholar, Cornell Law School, and Lecturer, University of Johannesburg “The African Concept of Ubuntu: A Jurisprudential Gift to...

Twenty Years of Nuclear South Asia

Zia Mian, of the Program on Science and Global Security, Princeton University will speak at 12:15 p.m. in G-08 Uris Hall about "Twenty Years of Nuclear South...

Energy Engineering Seminar: Shailesh Upreti

Shailesh Upreti President , Charge CCCV (C4V) Cohesive Approach to Build Smart Giga Machines to Manufacture Lithium Ion Battery in New York C4V has been a...

Soil health: The history and geographical contexts

The concept of soil health, briefly defined as the soil’s ability to function, has gained international interest in recent years. We mostly think of soil...

NBB Seminar Speaker; Marcello Dietrich, Yale University

The function of homeostatic systems during mammalian development

NCFDD: Overcoming Academic Perfectionism Webinar

Do you struggle to share your writing at early stages because it’s not perfect? Do you find yourself devastated by criticism of your work? Do you beat...

Institute for African Development Seminar Series

Issues in African Development examines critical issues in contemporary Africa and explores a myriad of ways to address these issues. The seminars provide a...

Writing an Effective NSF GRFP Proposal (Group Webinar Viewing)

Participate in a live webinar, led by students from other CIRTL universities* who have received NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program awards. This session...

"Icy Mars and Planetary Climates"

Abstract: Planetary climates, and in particular the hydrological cycles that form an integral part of it, are central to questions of habitability. The...

Materials Science and Engineering Seminar Series

Prof. Boris Rybtchinski Department of Organic Chemistry Weizmann Institute of Science Aqua Materials Can noncovalent interactions be adequate for...

Reordering Life: Knowledge and Control in the Genomics Revolution

In a Chats in the Stacks book talk, Stephen Hilgartner, professor in the Department of Science and Technology Studies at Cornell University, will present his...

FROM SMALL-WORLD NETWORKS TO COMPUTATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE:  TWO DECADES OF RESEARCH IN BETWEEN DISCIPLINES

A.D. White Professor-at-Large, Duncan Watts, Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research in New York City, will present the lecture in conjunction with his...

Fetching Data from a Public API

An increasing number of government agencies and other organizations make public data available via an application programming interface (API), rather than...

Luis E. Santiago: Coastal Indicators to Plan for the Sustainable Recovery of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

Luis E. Santiago (Ph.D. CRP '99) is an associate professor at the University of Central Florida School of Public Affairs. He also served as a professor at...

Musicology Colloquium: Gavin Steingo, "Kapwani Kiwanga and the Challenge of Black Listening"

Gavin Steingo is an Assistant Professor of Music at Princeton University. He is the author of Kwaito’s Promise: Music and the Aesthetics of Freedom in South...

Norman Kretzmann Undergraduate Philosophy Lecture

"Animal Entitlements: Getting the Theoretical Framework Right," a talk by Martha Nussbaum (University of Chicago).

The New Nuclear Disarmament Movement

A panel discussion on "The New Nuclear Disarmament Movement" will be held Thursday Seaptember 13 in G-08 Uris Hall with Ray Acheson, Director, Reaching...

Tomas Reimer: Booger

Booger is a series of works by Tomas Reimer (B.F.A. '20) that explores the relationship between our perception of morality and body image.

Working with Data Workshop Series

This series will take learners through the process of finding, processing, analyzing, and visualizing a single dataset from beginning to end. However, each...

A&S Exploring Majors & Careers for First Years

This is a two-part workshop designed to assist first-year Arts & Sciences students in choosing a career path. Ana will show you some tools for determining...

Behind-the-Scenes Tour of Sage House

Set on a terraced hillside above State Street, Sage House is a charming mix of English Revival and Stick styles. Now the home of the Cornell University...

Best Buddies Info Session

Get info on this student org that fosters 1:1 friendships between Cornell students and individuals from the Ithaca community with intellectual/developmental...

Advanced Compost series

Go beyond the basics and "dig deeper" into the art and science of composting in this three-class series: Class 1 (9/13) - how it works / the composting...

VBMA Dinner Lecture with Professor Deborah Streeter - Negotiation Skills

Professor Deborah Streeter is a Cornell and eCornell Professor of Entrepreneurship and Women Leadership. Through her dinner lecture, she will teach...

Gabriel and the Mountain

Ithaca Premiere w/ post-screening discussion led by Wendy Wolford, Vice Provost for Intl Affairs 2017 > Brazil > Directed by Fellipe Barbosa With João Pedro...

Rose House - Professional Head Shots

Join Sabrina, Seema and Shiv to learn about how to present yourself at professional occasions, and have your headshot taken as well! Please dress...

Mountain

2018 > Australia > Directed by Jennifer Peedom With Willem Dafoe (narrator) From Tibet to Australia, Alaska to Norway, armed with drones, Go-Pros and...

Thursday, September 13