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Events

Tuesday, September 4

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...

Master Gardener Class

We have opened up our 2018 Fall Master Gardener classes to existing Master Gardeners. Come for one class, or many. Seating is limited to 15 existing...

Monarchs in Schools 2018

Monarchs in Schools is a free program for elementary school teachers who would like to raise monarch butterflies in their classrooms. Free materials to set...

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,...

Maggie O'Keefe: Passerby

Passerby is an exhibition featuring Maggie O'Keefe’s (B.F.A. '19) recent paintings, drawings, and songs. The exhibition will display works from O'Keefe's...

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...

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...

Mann Library New Student Welcome

New to CALS or Human Ecology? Start your year out right at our Library welcome table. Drop by to pick up library info, enjoy treats, win prizes, and try your...

Econometrics Workshop: Vincent Boucher

Vincent Boucher - Université Laval Equilibrium Homophily in Networks Abstract: I look at the equilibrium effects of homophily in networks formation games...

Teaching and Learning Reading Group

Please join us for bi-weekly discussions about teaching and education research. Our reading group is open to faculty, staff and students. We usually discuss...

LASSP and AEP SEMINAR

Nozomi Nishimura, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, will present seminar. Professor Guillaume Lambert, host. Seminar...

Linking genomics, genetic and molecular markers in modern cereals breeding

The availability of new molecular tools and technologies is beginning to filter through the breeding programmes to have a significant impact on plant variety...

Hands-on: Fitness Equipment Orientation

Come on out to Helen Newman Hall to become more familiar with our equipment or have any of your fitness questions answered! Open to all, free of charge.

MAE Colloquium: "Architectural Robotics: Ecosystems of Bits, Bytes, and Biology"

ABSTRACT Keith Evan Green looks toward a next frontier in robotics: interactive, partly intelligent, meticulously designed physical environments. These...

Zoetis Award Seminar and Reception - Dr. Martin-Flores

SPECIAL SEMINAR SERIES Manuel Martin-Flores, MV, DACVAA Assistant Professor, Section of Anesthesiology, and Pain Medicine Cornell University College of...

Cornell Engineering Project Showcase

Cornell Engineering students are working on creative solutions to a variety of engineering challenges. The Project Showcase is an opportunity to both see...

Information Session - New Health Care Policy Major

Information Session - New Health Care Policy Major, Department of Policy Analysis and Management Tuesday, September 4, 2018 from 4:30-5:30 Location MVR...

Neruda: The Poet’s Calling

Neruda: The Poet’s Calling *Co-sponsored with the History Department Tuesday, September 4th, A.D. White House, 4:30pm, Reception follows Mark Eisner will...

A&S Finance for First Years

Financial services is one of the biggest industries that Cornell students enter after graduation. Learn how to get involved as a first-year and how to...

Certificate in Engaged Leadership Orientation (Entry to all Stages)

For students who want to turn their interest into involvement or for students already committed to community engagement or exploring/new to Cornell. Dinner...

Graduate Diversity and Inclusion Welcome Reception

We invite you to kick off the new academic year with graduate students, postdocs, faculty, and staff at the Annual Graduate Diversity & Inclusion Welcome...

Info Session: Exploring Fitness Options

Come join us at Helen Newman or Noyes Community Rec. Center and get to know your fitness options here at Cornell! Cornell Fitness Center is offering...

Information Session with Marisa Hughes - Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory

We Will Answer Your Questions: What is the JHU Applied Physics Laboratory?What is a University Affiliated Research Center?What do they study besides...

Veterinary Sustainability Club Introductory Meeting

Come learn about: What we have planned for the semester! How to be more sustainable in your own life! Dinner will be provided - please bring your own...

Cornell Tech/Law Colloquium: "Refractive Surveillance: Monitoring Customers to Manage Workers"

A collaboration between Cornell CIS, the Law School and the newly formed Artificial Intelligence, Policy, and Practice Initiative, the hybrid course and...

Bach in the 19th Century: CU Music

Bach in the 19th Century: pianist Artem Belogurov and cellist Octavie Dostaler-Lalonde present a lecture-recital historically-inspired by 19th century...

Tuesday, September 4