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Thursday, November 7

Fashion & Feathers

A collaboration between the Cornell Costume & Textile Collection, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, and the Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates, Fashion &...

Forest Pests & Diseases 2019

This workshop provides an introduction to invasive and native forest pests - insects and plants. ID and management of invasives will be covered. The...

Pop Up Session - Gifts From the Kitchen

Join us for a Pop Up Jam Session featuring Gifts From the Kitchen! Thursday, November 14th, 6:30-9:00 pm near Penfield 4 Corners. Led by our certified...

The Findley History of Art Lecture Series - Patricia Simons

Patricia Simons, University of Michigan, Renaissance Europe, Gender and Sexuality studies, will present the Findley lecture for Fall 2019. "Reframing the...

Migration Panel Series Part 3: The Underground Railroad

“Knowing You’re/Your Home: Three Migrations That Have Shaped Ithaca” pairs Cornell faculty with local community leaders to discuss the complex ways in which...

Diabetes Awareness Tabling Event

Come participate in Diabetes Awareness Jeopardy and earn your chance to win a prize there on the spot plus be entered in for a chance to win prizes at the...

Arachnophilia: A Passion for Spiders

Love them or hate them, spiders are all around us. A collaboration with Linda Rayor of the Cornell Department of Entomology, this exhibit in the Mann...

ArchiteXX: Now What?! Advocacy, Activism, and Alliances in American Architecture since 1968

Now What?! Advocacy, Activism, and Alliances in American Architecture Since 1968 is a traveling exhibition that highlights the history of activism in...

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In this 4-hour workshop, you will learn to create workbooks, edit and format data, modify worksheets, use functions, and print documents. To register for...

Full Circle Exhibit

The 14th Annual Barbara L. Kuhlman Scholars’ Group Exhibition showcases original fiber arts and wearable artworks created by seven FSAD students. This year’s...

Group Show: Similar Divergence

Similar Divergence is comprised of work by 12 of Syracuse University's current M.F.A. candidates. This exhibition highlights the diversity that takes place...

Northeast Cover Crops Council Annual Conference

Join us on Nov. 7th, 2019 (8am–6pm) at the College Park Marriot Hotel and Conference Center to hear from farmers and researchers about cover crops. Learn...

Rome Neighborhood Studies: Urban Agriculture and Community in Rome

In spring 2019, CRP 4160 Rome Workshop students under the direction of Visiting Critic Gregory Smith and Associate Professor of the Practice George Frantz...

Architectural Autopsy: Learning From Diaspora

"Immigrants are both folk anthropologists and informants at the same time," says Ramaswami Mahalingam at the introduction of her book Cultural Psychology of...

Canvas@Cornell: Combined Session, Moving from Blackboard to Canvas & Getting Started in Canvas

A two-hour combined session that will feature Moving from Blackboard to Canvas during the first hour and Getting Started in Canvas during the second hour. If...

Earth: Projections 50 Years after Earth Art

Preston H. Thomas Memorial Symposium Earth: Projections 50 Years after Earth Art, the fall 2019 Preston H. Thomas Memorial Lecture Series symposium at the...

Latitude: Persuasive Cartography

Latitude: Persuasive Cartography features highlights from the PJ Mode Collection of Persuasive Cartography—maps intended primarily to influence opinions...

how the light gets in

In 2016, the Pew Research Center reported “nearly 1 in 100 people worldwide are now displaced from their homes.” how the light gets in is an exhibition about...

Charitable Giving Update

In this Consumer Issues Program, NY State Assistant Attorney General Michael Danaher will make a presentation on charitable giving, scams, and things to...

Diabetes Awareness Tabling Event

Come participate in Diabetes Awareness Jeopardy and earn your chance to win a prize there on the spot plus be entered in for a chance to win prizes at the...

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Seminar Series featuring Dr. Felicity Jones; Title: One Fish, Two Fish, Lab Fish, Wild Fish: Functional Genomics of Adaptation and Speciation in Sticklebacks; Hosted by: Jeremy Searle and Andy Clark

Dr. Felicity Jones, Friedrich Miescher Laboratory of the Max Planck Society Title: One Fish, Two Fish, Lab Fish, Wild Fish: Functional Genomics of...

Joint Econometrics & Applied Microeconomics Workshop: Xu Lin

Xu Lin - Virginia Tech Social Interactions and Social Preferences in Social Networks (joint w/Chih-Sheng Hsieh) Abstract: We extend the utility speci...

S.C. Tsiang Macroeconomics Workshop: Mark Aguiar

Mark Aguiar - Princeton University Who Are the Hand-to-Mouth? (joint w/Mark Bils &Corina Boar) Abstract: Many households hold little wealth, especially...

Angelica Meinhofer, Assistant Professor, Weill Cornell Medicine

For more information about the speaker visit, http://vivo.med.cornell.edu/display/cwid-anm4001

Everyday Masculinities in American and Indonesian Forests: Here and There, Then and Now

Professor, Carol J. Pierce Colfer, Visiting Scholar, Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University Colfer will talk about her upcoming book, Masculinities in...

Energy Engineering Seminar: Rona Banai "From the Nano to the Macro Scale: Failure Points Sensitivity and Impact on Energy Technologies"

Rona Banai, Director for New York Energy Week, EnerKnol, Inc. Dr. Banai is the Director for New York Energy Week. She earned her BS in Chemical Engineering...

Nuclear Safeguards and Security Research at the JRC

Vincenzo Rondinella, European Commission (EU), Joint Research Centre (JRC), Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate, will speak at 12:15 pm in G-08 Uris Hall...

“Connecting Soil Health to Human Health“ - Fatma Rekik

Fatma Rekik Soil and Crop Sciences Section, Cornell PhD program Advisor: Harold van Es Fatma's research looks at soil health's effect on the...

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In this 4-hour class, you will learn how to create new documents, edit and format text, navigation techniques, and layout options. To register for this...

Midday Music at Lincoln 11/7: CU Music

Midday Music: Richard Valitutto, piano, works by Francis Poulenc, Michael Finnissy, and Linda Catlin Smith.

NBB Seminar Speaker; Gul Dolen; Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Developmental and Evolutionary Brain Mechanisms Underlying Social Behaviors

Teaching and Learning Reading Group

Education Research Reading Group Please join us for bi-weekly discussions about teaching and education research. Our reading group is open to faculty,...

Canvas@Cornell: Drop-in Session

Meet with an instructional designer to ask questions about Canvas, consider the most effective and efficient ways to build your course, and prepare for the...

Environmental Change, Human Capital, and Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa

Institute of African Development Seminar Series Brian Thiede is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Rural Sociology, Sociology and Demography at...

Chats in the Stacks: Matthew Pritchard on Gorges History: Landscapes and Geology of the Finger Lakes Region

Deep lakes, waterfalls, shale, salt deposits, drumlins, and gorges—the unique landscapes of the Finger Lakes captivate locals and tourists alike. In a Chats...

Chemistry Seminar

"What did the metals know, and when did they know it? Ultrafast XUV spectroscopy reveals short-lived states in transition metal complexes and organohalide...

Materials Science and Engineering Seminar Series

From Impurity to Functionality: Doping in Semiconductor Nanocrystals Dr. Weiwei Zheng Department of Chemistry, Syracuse University Semiconductor...

The Salpeter Lecture Series

Astronomy & Space Sciences Colloquium Prof. Brian Metzger Columbia University Thursday, November 7, 2019 4:00pm, 105 Space Sciences Building "Deciphering...

"The Future Perfect" Latin American Film MIGRATION Series, OCT 17, G01 Stimson Hall, 4:30 PM, pizza served

Nele Wohlatz’s The Future Perfect (2017) follows the life of Xiaobin, a young woman from China who has moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina. This hybrid...

Alberto Montaner, "The Heathen in Love: A Mediterranean Epic Character"

The Department of Romance Studies John Kronik Memorial Lecture. Co-sponsored by the Departments of Romance Studies, Comparative Literature, and Near Eastern...

Andrea Caragliu: Who's Right, Weber or Glaeser?

Andrea Caragliu is an associate professor in regional and urban economics at Politecnico di Milano. Since January 2019, he has been the executive director of...

Cornell China Center Fall Reception

Come mingle and meet other people who do research in and on China at the Cornell China Center's fall networking reception.This reception will be held...

How Democracies Die:  U.S. Democracy Three Years After Trump's Election

Professor Steven Levitsky will present his first public lecture in conjunction with his Andrew D. White professorship. The subject is presented in...

Linguistics Colloquium Speaker: Yael Sharvit

The Department of Linguistics proudly presents Professor Yael Sharvit from UCLA. Professor Sharvit will be giving a linguistics talk titled "Disjunction and...

Talk: Setting the Standard: Challenges to Equity in Landmark Designation

Lecture by Amber N. Wiley, Rutgers University Amber N. Wiley (Rutgers University) will discuss recent case studies of national and local landmark...

Cornell Prison Education Program Panel

We want to create conversations that inform and elevate student interest on mass incarceration and the barriers people with criminal records confront. This...

Sundance Film Festival Indigenous Shorts w/filmmaker Jeff Palmer

In honor of National Native American Heritage Month, Cornell Cinema presents a program of six Indigenous short films made by Sundance Institute Fellows—a...

Yoga sponsored by Cornell Minds Matter and Cornell Fitness Centers

Yoga All skill levels and abilities are welcom. Increase your physical and mental well being. Supplies provided.

Three Migrations That Have Shaped Ithaca, Part 3: The Underground Railroad

"Knowing You're/Your Home: Three Migrations That Have Shaped Ithaca" is a three-part series pairing Cornell faculty with local community leaders to discuss...

Jonathan Wolff Presents: Business & Entrepreneurship for the Creative Professional

Music composer and songwriter Jonathan Wolff was on the weekly LA production team for 75 Primetime TV series. He also created the TV themes for 44 of those...

Cornell Cinema: Paris is Burning (w/ GRF Jessica)

Paris is Burning is the now legendary documentary about drag balls within New York’s black and Latino gay communities. The film follows a group of the...

Beginner Salsa Dance Classes

Bailemos Latin Dance Club is offering both beginner and intermediate L.A. style salsa dance classes this fall! Our beginner class is for anyone, no dance...

Paris is Burning

Paris is Burning is the now legendary documentary about drag balls within New York's black and Latino gay communities. The film follows a group of the...

Rose House - Explore Cornell & Ithaca: There For You - A New Musical

"There for You" is a new musical that follows Anne, recently single, recently pregnant, and recently off her medication. Alone in the world, she forms a...

Siren Echoes: Sound, Image, and the Media of Antiquity

November 7: 7:00 PM: Performance by The World According to Sound Founders’ Room, Anabel Taylor Hall November 8: Uris Library, Room 311 (Media Room) 9:30...

There for You: A New Musical  by Madeleine Gray '20

November 7, 7:30 p.m. November 8, 5:00 p.m. November 9, 2:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. Black Box Theatre, Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts Written by...

Intermediate Salsa Dance Classes

Bailemos Latin Dance Club is offering both beginner and intermediate L.A. style salsa dance classes this fall! If you've danced salsa before, come to our...

There Will Be Blood

Loosely based on Sinclair Lewis's classic novel Oil!, Paul Thomas Anderson's There Will Be Blood tells the epic story of Daniel Plainview, a failed silver...

Therapy Dog Thursday!

Stressed? Come cuddle Koda (with AC Cheyenne)!

Thursday, November 7