Cornell University

Events

Monday, March 25

2019 AAAS Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering (CASE) Workshop & Cornell Advocacy Day

Workshop Dates: March 24-27Cornell Advocacy Day Date: March 27Travel Dates: March 24 & 27Application Due Date: February 8Access the online application at...

Backyard Chickens for Beginners

Backyard Chickens for Beginners Learn how to select, house and care for small flocks of chickens! Monday, March 25, 2019 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Cornell...

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...

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...

13th Annual HR in Hospitality Conference

Presented by the Cornell University’s Hotel and ILR Schools. For more than a decade, human resources professionals in the hospitality industry have relied on...

E-cycleMania: Electronics Recycling Week

Participate in Cornell's E-cycleMania electronics recycling event, which runs March 25th - March 29th, 2019. Members of the Cornell community can recycle...

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...

Sabine Strauch: Nectar

Nectar explores the sensuality of text in the realm of queerness. Playing with the fact that language can be expansive while at the same time limiting, this...

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...

William DeMaria and Aiden Walker: Scenes from an Honest Delusion and Other Veracious Mistakes

Scenes from an Honest Delusion and Other Veracious Mistakes is a collaborative exploration of the representational limits of the expression of the individual...

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...

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...

CBE Seminar: Chinedum Osuji, Penn State

Chinedum Osuji Eduardo D. Glandt Presidential Professor Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (CBE) Bio Chinedum received a B.S. in Materials Science and...

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...

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...

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...

Seminar @ Cornell Tech:  Edward Wang

"The Next Billion Medical Devices" Abstract: Medical care today revolves mainly around the clinic, with devices and care designed with accuracy as the main...

Cornell Law School -- Intellectual Property & Tech Student Association Experiences from Professionals

The Intellectual Property & Tech Student Association at Cornell Law School will discuss various IP jobs that law students can apply to & how to go about...

IPM Strategies for Woody and Herbaceous Plant Pests

LAWN/LANDSCAPE & GROUNDS MAINTENANCE IPM Strategies for Herbaceous and Woody Plant Pests, Elizabeth Lamb, Ph.D., NYS IPM Program at Cornell University

Joint Labor Economics, Human Resource Studies & Labor Relations Workshop: Erica Groshen

Erica Groshen, Visiting Senior Scholar, ILR School Preparing U.S. Workers and Emplyers for an Autonomous Vehicle Future Erica Groshen, Susan Helper, John...

11:40am
Microeconomics Workshop: David McAdams

David McAdams, Duke University Social Networks and the Market for News (joint w/Rachel Kranton) Abstract: This paper builds a simple model of the market...

11:40am
SAP Speaker Series, Caste, Temple, Church and Remittance Practices of the Tamil Diaspora: Resisting and Reproducing Hierarchies in Post-War Jaffna, by Thanges Paramsothy

This paper examines the caste-based religious remittance practices of the Tamil diaspora and considers how such remittances fulfil multiple needs of the...

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Weekly Seminar Series featuring Dr. Shane Campbell-Staton [UC-Los Angeles]: Evolution in the Anthropocene: Selection and adaptation to human-mediated change in Anolis lizards. Host: GSA Symposium

Dr. Shane Campbell-Staton, UC-Los Angeles: Evolution in the Anthropocene: Selection and adaptation to human-mediated change in Anolis lizards, 12:20-1:20p;...

“How the strawberry became America’s most  unsustainable fruit”- Marvin Pritts

Marvin Pritts Professor, Horticulture, Cornell University Research Focus My research is focused on developing sustainable production methods for berry...

20th and 21st Century Climate Change

Presented by Warren Washington (National Center for Atmospheric Research) Everyone knows that climate has changed...almost everyone. The most recent...

Igbo Conversation Hour

Come to the LRC to practice your language skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal,...

Jugatae Entomology Seminar

Speaker: Mary Centrella, Cornell University Title: Mason bees (Osmia cornifrons ) as bio-indicators of wild bee health in agroecosystems

Adipocyte control of energy balance

The Division of Nutritional Sciences Seminar with guest speaker Lawrence Kazak, PhD; Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biochemistry, McGill University

Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series - James Amatruda, MD, PhD

James Amatruda, MD, PhD Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Molecular Biology and Internal Medicine University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas,...

Department of Physics Colloquium - Cooper Lecture

General Physics Colloquium and Cooper Lecture, Professor Paula Heron, University of Washington Refreshments from 3:30-3:50 Title: Improving Student...

Moses Passer Lecture

David Sanders, Purdue University. Ethics of Scientific Publication.

FGSS and S&TS Joint Series: Something's Buried Out There: A Gynecologist's Suicide Note in the 'Safest Town in America'

Something’s buried out there: A gynecologist’s suicide note in `the safest town in America’ This presentation analyzes the strange case of Larry Ford’s...

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,...

Graciela Speranza, "Lo que no vemos, lo que nos mira: Arte, cosmopolítica y cultura digital"

Graciela Speranza es ensayista, narradora y guionista de cine. Se doctoró en letras en la Universidad de Buenos Aires donde enseñó literatura argentina....

Society for the Humanities Presents: Prasenjit Duara

"The Art of Convergent Comparison—China and India in Modern Times": In this talk, Duara will argue that non-discursive modes of authorizing ‘foreign’...

A Rakugo Performance by Tozaburo Yanagiya

Rakugo is a form of Japanese verbal entertainment where the lone storyteller sits on stage. Using only a paper fan and a small cloth as props, and without...

A Rakugo Performance by Tozaburo Yanagiya

Rakugo is a form of Japanese verbal entertainment where the lone storyteller sits on stage. Using only a paper fan and a small cloth as props, and without...

Farmers & Labor - Dilmun Hill Speaker Series

This semester, Dilmun Hill Student Farm is asking what it means to educate a farmer. Beyond the daily tasks of agriculture, what are the broader ideas and...

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...

Information Session - Cornell Global Law Program in Paris

Come learn about the competitive Cornell Global Law Program in Paris. Taught entirely in English by four members of the Cornell Law School faculty, this...

Thai Conversation Hour

Come to the LRC to practice your language skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal,...

Arabic Conversation Hour (Beginning)

Come to the LRC to practice your language skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal,...

Thomistic Institute Lecture on Creation & Cosmology

Join us for a lecture about creation and cosmology with Dr. William Carroll entitled "The Error of Beginnings & the Beginning of Errors" hosted by the...

Peace Corps Application Workshop & Info Session

Come learn about the Peace Corps and how you can apply!

Rose House - Table Talks - Handling Ethical Dilemmas

What would you do if you caught someone stealing from your business? What if they had a good reason? Join House Fellow Mary Opperman and SA Sabrina to...

Keeton Collective Meeting

Bring your programming ideas to Keeton Collective!

Spoons!

Not the type of spooning you're expecting. Once everyone has mastered regular spoons get ready for ultimate spooning. Come play Spoons with AC's Chelsea and...

Monday, March 25