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Events

Monday, February 11

CAU Study Tour:  Silicon Valley—A Cornell Insider's Tech Tour

February 11-15, 2019 Enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of some of the major tech companies in Silicon Valley in the informed company of Greg Morrisett, dean of...

Local Foods Winter Social

Local Foods Winter Social Monday, February 11, 2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Are you excited about improved resiliency in and access to our region's food...

Money Smart for Older Adults

The Money Smart for Older Adults workshop offers older adults and caregivers methods to prevent elder financial exploitation. Planning advice and a resource...

Recyclemania

Help Cornell win in a six week competition against other Universites to reduce, reuse, and recycle waste properly everywhere on campus. Every member of the...

Radiology Rounds

Radiology rounds will be led by radiology residents and chiefs from CUHA. It will cover a wide variety of cases. This event is funded by the GPSAFC and open...

Arthur Ovaska: Selections from an Archive

This exhibition presents the work of Arthur Ovaska (1951–2018), who served on the faculty in AAP's Department of Architecture for more than three decades and...

Kota Ezawa: Paint Unpaint

Kota Ezawa's work references images in popular culture, cinema, television, and art history. His characteristic style involves reducing the physical and...

Women Empowered Exhibit

Human Ecology Building Terrace (T) level 37 Forest Home Drive, south of Beebe Lake free parking after 5 PM and on weekends Parkmobile in Toboggan Lodge Lot...

Worth a Thousand Words: The How and Why of Scientific Illustration

Our quest for knowledge about the natural world is an intrinsic part of our humanity. From the first cave-paintings to the most advanced computer...

 Exhibition - Mixed Media: The Interplay of Sound and Text

How do you write a sound? How do you hear a text? “Mixed Media” examines how representations of text and sound that have shaped our perceptions of the...

All Labor Has Dignity: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Labor Movement

The exhibit All Labor Has Dignity: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Labor Movement will be displayed at the Kheel Center’s lobby in Ives Hall at the ILR School...

Weekly Discussion about CIRTL Online Course

This is a local discussion group meeting for the online course Advancing Learning through Evidence-Based STEM Teaching offered through EdX by the CIRTL...

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,...

Junior Recruitment Workshop: Stephanie Johnson

Stephanie Johnson, Northwestern University Mortgage Leverage and House Prices Abstract: I measure the effect of mortgage leverage restrictions on house...

Emma Ulen–Klees: Traces

Traces, by Emma Ulen-Klees (M.F.A. '20), is an ongoing project cataloging plant species that are thought to be extinct in the state of New York. Each species...

Sophie Galowitz: Cold Blood

Cold Blood features recent works by Sophie Galowitz (B.F.A. '20), including a mini-Western and paintings on paper.

Weekly Walks

Meet graduate and professional students. Explore campus. Enjoy lunch. Experience seasonal beauty. Exercise can improve the ability to learn and remember,...

SAP Speaker Series, The Rohingya: Statelessness, Refugeehood and a ‘Subhuman’ Life, by Nasir Uddin

THIS PRESENTATION IS CANCELLED. WE HOPE TO RESCHEDULE FOR LATER THIS YEAR. The Rohingyas, an ethno-linguistic and religious minority of Myanmar known as...

Science Studies Reading Group: Amanda Domingues

The Unsinkable Drownproofed Bodies: Technology, Race, and Gender in Conceptualizing Bodies

"Cider science: It's about the apples" - Greg Peck

Greg Peck Horticulture, Cornell University Greg Peck is an Assistant Professor in the Horticulture Section of the School of Integrative Plant Science. He...

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Weekly Seminar Series featuring Dr. Xiangtao Xu [Harvard University]: Title: "How Plant Functional Diversity Shapes Ecosystem Processes: Integrating Observations and Models across Scales". Host: Flecker, Co-host: Sun

Dr. Xiangtao Xu, Harvard University (Title: How Plant Functional Diversity Shapes Ecosystem Processes: Integrating Observations and Models across Scales)...

The Social Value of Mitigation Activities

Presented by Drew Shindell (Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University) The Paris Agreement recognizes the "social, economic and environmental...

Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People

Mahzarin Banaji, Richard Clark Cabot Professor of Social Ethics and Chair in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University, studies the disparities...

NYAS: Build Your All Star Resume and LinkedIn Profile

What does a hiring manager look for in a resume? What is the best way to communicate technical and transferable skills to a mixed audience? Does your resume...

Cornell Latino American Law Student Association Spring General Body Meeting

LALSA is hosting its Spring GBM today at 3:45pm in Room 182. We will go over programming for the spring semester and provide important information for...

Department of Physics Colloquium

General Physics Colloquium, Professor Lisa Manning, Syracuse University. Refreshments from 3:30-3:50 pm. Title: What do Guitar Strings and Balloons have...

Introduction to Text Analysis

Why use programmatic methods to interpret texts? In this session, we will introduce you to a set of open source tools and frequently used methodologies to...

ESW Speaker Series: Nick Goldsmith

Nick Goldsmith is the Sustainability Coordinator for both the Town and City of Ithaca. He will be speaking about Ithaca's new Green Building Policy among...

FREE! LSC Stats Tutoring

The LSC offers free peer tutoring for the following statistics courses: STSCI 2100, STSCI 2110, STSCI 2150, STSCI 2200, ILRST 2100, ILRST 2110, BTRY 3010,...

Linguistics Colloquium Speaker: Cassandra Jacobs

The Department of Linguistics is pleased to welcome Dr. Cassandra Jacobs from the University of California, Davis. A light reception will follow. Learn...

Black History Month Dinners

Black History Month is a Time of Unity, strengthening knowledge and bonds among all people of African descent. Please join us for our special themed dinners...

Free Yoga

Cornell Minds Matter and the Cornell Fitness Centers bring you: FREE YOGA. Open to the entire Cornell community. All skill levels are welcome. Increase your...

Rose House - Table Talks - Immaterial Labor!

We snap, tweet, post etc. and it is all quick and easy. We do not consider our digital efforts work. But what if we did? Trebor Scholz asks us to reconsider...

Chitra Ganesh: Artist Talk

Chitra Ganesh's drawing-based practice brings to light narrative representations of femininity, sexuality, and power typically absent from canons of...

Darwin Days Keynote Presentation by Dr. James Lamsdell

“Horseshoe Crabs: Living Fossils or Dynamic Survivors?” - Keynote Presentation by Dr. James Lamsdell Horseshoe crabs are commonly referred to as living...

Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Lecture: Tearing Hatred from the Sky with Bree Newsome

This annual commemoration event brings the Cornell campus and Ithaca communities together through a series of events centered on the service, activism, and...

Zero for Conduct plus 2

1933 > France > Directed by Jean Vigo With Jean Daste, Dita Parlo Jean Vigo's films refused to play by the rules, and this trio of shorts illustrates just...

Keeton Collective Meeting

Bring your programming ideas to Keeton Collective!

Monday, February 11