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Friday, March 22

German Studies Graduate Student Conference / March 22-23, 2019

“Without Naming It: Pragmatics and Poetics of Pronouns” Friday, March 22 2 Introductory Remarks 2:30 Søren Larsen (Cornell University) / I, or He,...

Kick the (Paper) Cup Competition

In an effort to create awareness about waste, all of Cornell Dining's retail coffee shops will be running the Mug Club Challenge during the entire month of...

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...

Christina Welzer and Jax Davies: Angels x Aliens

Angels x Aliens is the culmination of work created from a Cornell Council for the Arts grant. The work explores the diaspora of marginalized peoples...

Group Show: Freshmen

Freshmen features recent work by first-year M.F.A. candidates: Yasmeen Abedifard (M.F.A. '20) Patrick Brennan (M.F.A. '20) Ege Okal (M.F.A. '20) Ciara Stack...

Nathan Friedman: Attending Limits: The Constitution and Upkeep of the U.S.–Mexico Border

Two hundred seventy-seven obelisk monuments mark the U.S.–Mexico boundary line. Constructed in three distinct phases (1849–56, 1891–1912, and 1964–68), these...

Reduce, Reuse, Recreate!: A Recyclemania display at Mann Library & Physical Sciences Building Atrium

Ever wonder how to sort your waste properly? Or where your waste goes? Come learn about waste in new and interesting ways! Interactive exhibition booths will...

Samia Henni: Discreet Violence: Architecture and the French War in Algeria

During the Algerian Revolution (1954–62), or the Algerian War of Independence, the French civil and military authorities profoundly reorganized Algeria's...

Unturned Leaves: Early Women in Botanical Illustration

Until only recently, science has generally been associated with the work of men, and its leading figures have generally been those endowed with the means to...

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...

CRP Graduate Open House for Admitted Students, Spring 2019

The Department of City and Regional Planning (CRP) is hosting an open house for admitted graduate students in city and regional planning, historic...

Sierra Club Water Law Symposium

Hi ELS, The Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter Water Committee has worked with our ELS chapter to organize a Water Law for Activists symposium on Friday, March...

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...

Entrepreneur In Residence Office Hours - Jerre Riggs '02

Every academic year, the Pillsbury Institute invites successful entrepreneurs to meet one-on-one with students to help them with business development,...

Symposium: Images Objects Archives

From its beginnings in the nineteenth century photography has been a profligate provider of visual information—and increasingly so as cameras have achieved...

University Hearing & Review Boards - Apply Today

Serve on the panels that hear, review, and determine the outcome of alleged violations of the Campus Code of Conduct investigated by the Office of the...

World Picture: Travel Imagery Before and After Photography

Drawing from Cornell’s Rare and Manuscript Collections and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, this exhibition examines how published travel imagery...

AASP Spam and Eggs Community Breakfast

Please join the Asian American Studies Program for Spam and Eggs Breakfast, the guaranteed best way to connect with Asian American Studies students, staff,...

Cornell Art Faculty 2019

Faculty in Cornell’s Department of Art are invited to exhibit work at the Johnson every few years, providing an opportunity for both the university community...

Cornell Art Faculty 2019: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art

Faculty in Cornell's Department of Art are invited to exhibit work at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art every few years, providing an opportunity for both...

Past Time: Geology in European and American Art

Organized by the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, Past Time is an interdisciplinary examination that merges art with science. Watercolors,...

Regina José Galindo: La Sombra (The Shadow)

Regina José Galindo was born in 1974 in Guatemala City in the middle of a civil war that raged in her country from 1960 to 1996. This experience deeply...

Traded Treasure: Indian Textiles for Global Markets

Known for many centuries as the source of fine cotton and silk textiles, India has produced some of the world’s most innovative textile traditions. Spanning...

Undressed: The Nude In Context, 1500-1750

The early years of the Renaissance brought about renewed interest in the idealized proportions and smooth and languid gestures of Greco-Roman sculptures,...

CIT Training: Code 42 Lunch 'n' Learn

Learn about Code 42 during this 'Lunch 'n' Learn' session. Join Bob Talda in CCC B08 or join via Zoom https://cornell.zoom.us/j/422307462 Please register...

ISS' China's Cities Project: Capstone Lecture

The ISS China’s Cities project (2016-2019) brought together a group of interdisciplinary scholars to examine developments in the urbanization of the world’s...

Ezra's Round Table / Systems Seminar: Gonzalo Guillén Gosálbez (ETH Zurich) - Towards a more sustainable industry using Process Systems Engineering

Operating safely within the Earth’s ecological capacity is a major challenge facing us today. In this talk, I will discuss the use of systems thinking,...

"Spatiotemporal regulation of hormone signaling controls the developmental robustness of plant organs" - Mingyuan Zhu

Mingyuan Zhu Plant Biology, Cornell University Mingyuan Zhu is a graduate student at the Roeder Lab in the Weill Institute for Cell & Molecular Biology....

70 Acres in Chicago: Film Screening and Panel Discussion

70 Acres in Chicago is a critically acclaimed documentary film that chronicles the redevelopment of Cabrini-Green — a public housing development on the Near...

Department of Psychology Colloquium Series

"Neural Codes for the Sense of Taste" to be presented by Mark A. Stopfer, Senior Investigator, Section on Sensory Coding and Neural Ensembles, NIH/NICHD

English Department Roundtable

Title: TBA Prestenter: TBA Moderator: TBA Copies of the paper are available in the English Department Roundtable (EDR) mailbox in the English Department...

Anthropology Colloquium:  Viranjini Munasinghe

An Absence of Tombs: Nationalism and the moral economy of “unfree labor.” Professor Munasinghe is a historical anthropologist working in the Caribbean...

Christian Legal Society Weekly Bible Study

Discussion meeting where students discuss Christianity as it relates to the law. Also an opportunity for students to share in their faith through studies of...

CAM Colloquium: Alan Edelman (MIT) - The GSVD, BackProp, & Julia

Abstract: In this “something for everybody” talk, I will begin by discussing the Generalized Singular Value Decomposition, invented right here at Cornell in...

CSES Colloquium Series: "Race, Symbolic Boundaries and the Historic Marketing of the Electric Guitar in the United States, 1955-1980"

How do marketing practices contribute to the construction of symbolic boundaries relative to music? Since Max Weber’s classic writings on status groups,...

GSPS

Graduate Student and Postdoc Seminar

BESS Seminar Series - Sarah A. Batterman

Sarah A. Batterman - " Symbiotic nitrogen fixation and the tropical carbon sink" A weekly seminar series focused on topics related to biogeochemistry from...

The Works in Progress Seminar (TWIPS)

TWIPS (the Works in Progress Seminar) is a weekly seminar in the field of economics where graduate students present their research. Pizza and soft drinks are...

Claire Catenaccio (Duke University) Lecture: The Medium and the Messenger Speech in Seneca’s Phaedra, Thyestes, and Trojan Women

Claire Catenaccio's primary field of research in Classical Studies is ancient drama, focusing at present on the role of music in the tragedies of Euripides....

French Conversation Hour

Join the Resident Language Fellows and students from Language House to practice your language skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an...

Heermans-McCalmon Competition Reading & Screening

A staged reading of the winning plays and a screening of the winning screenplay will be presented by undergraduate students on March 22 at 4:30 p.m. in the...

CRP Graduate Open House for Admitted Students, Spring 2019

The Department of City and Regional Planning (CRP) is hosting an open house for admitted graduate students in city and regional planning, historic...

Birds of Passage

2018 > Colombia > Directed by Cristina Gallego, Ciro Guerra With Natalia Reyes, Carmina Martínez, Jose Acosta A fresh take on the familiar drug war genre,...

Cornell Games Club Weekly Meeting

We play board games, card games, miniatures games, and role-playing games (RPGs). Attendance is free and open to anyone. Rules are taught for most games.

Rose House - Explore Cornell - Can Truth and Tolerance Coexist

The annual Veritas Forum presents a dialogue between Rose House Guest in Residence Miroslav Volf, Yale University and Dr. Vijay Pendakur, Dean of Students at...

Veritas Forum: Can Truth & Tolerance Coexist?

All are welcome to a Veritas Forum dialogue between founding Director of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture, Dr. Miroslav Volf, and the Robert W. and...

Wind and Strings

A Unique Hindusthani and Carnatic Jugalbandi concert, delivering the rich essence of Indian classical music, featuring Sri Sandip Chatterjee (Santoor...

Cornell Concert Series: Christina and Michelle Naughton

Christina and Michelle Naughton have been hailed by the San Francisco Examiner for their “stellar musicianship, technical mastery, and awe-inspiring...

Rescheduled Date: Dessert & Discussion: Cream Puffs & Gene Editing

Join GRF Jason for his Dessert & Discussion program series. We'll eat homemade cream puffs and discuss the ethics and regulation of genetic engineering...

Rose House - Friday Films - I, Daniel Blake

After having suffered a heart-attack, a 59-year-old carpenter must fight the bureaucratic forces of the system in order to receive Employment and Support...

The 20th Annual Animation Show of Shows

2018 > various > Directed by various These fifteen thought-provoking films represent the work of artists from six countries and include six student films....

Friday, March 22