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Friday, March 29

CAU Study Tour: Belize and Guatemala—Natural Wonders and Maya Traditions

March 29-April 7, 2019 Despite its small size, Belize combines Central American and Caribbean cultures with spectacular landscapes, while Guatemala mixes...

Emerging Invasive Forest Pests

Emerging Invasive Forest Pests: Identification, Prevention & Management When: Friday, March 29, 2019 from 9:00 AM until 3:30 PM (Registration starts at...

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...

AABP Morning Rounds

Join AABP for breakfast and a presentation from veterinary student Ben Daggett on his recent ambulatory medcine special topics rotation! He will be...

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...

ReGeneration

An exhibit about extending the lifecycle of waste materials through value-added art and fashion.

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...

World Food Prize New York Youth Institute

NY High school students interested in learning more about food systems, international development and finding a solution to hunger are eligible to particpate...

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...

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

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,...

Weekly Walks

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

Ezra's Round Table / Systems Seminar / ORIE Colloquium: Jay Swaminathan (North Carolina) - Improving crop yields through optimized planting schedules

Agricultural yields tend to be low in developing countries. In this research we study how crop yields could be improved through optimized seed planting...

Innovations in Population Science | Lars Andersen

Lars Andersen will present the next Innovations in Population Science seminar titled, Inequality before the Law and Smart Sentencing: Lessons from 25 Years...

"Genetic diversity underlying evolutionary patterns of plant adaption: A multi scaled approach" - Jacob Landis

Jacob Landis Botany and Plant Sciences, UC Riverside Jacob is an NSF postdoctoral fellow investigating morphological and genetic diversity in barley in Dan...

Inaugural Neisser Lecture

"An Interdisciplinary, Ecological Approach" to be presented by Stephanie D. Preston, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan Neisser Lecture...

Dragon Day 2019

Every year in March, in a tradition that goes back more than 100 years, an enormous dragon created by first-year architecture students parades across campus....

LEPP Joint Seminar: Gustavo Tavares, UMD

Observable signatures of dark photons from supernovae Abstract: In this talk I will discuss observable signals from visibly decaying dark photons produced...

AAG Practice Panel - Development Sociology

A space to practice talks to be given at the Annual Association of Geographers (AAG) conference in April. There will be 3 talks held between 1:30 and 3 in...

BME 7900 Seminar Series - Linda Griffith, PhD

We welcome our next seminar speaker, Dr. Linda Griffith, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is a School of Engineering Professor of...

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...

GSPS

Graduate Student and Postdoc Seminar

Reducing Micronutrient Malnutrition Ideas to Action (I2A) Forum

The Atkinson Center’s Food Security Working Group will hold an “Ideas to Action (I2A)” forum on March 29th on reducing micronutrient deficiencies. Short,...

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...

Special Species Symposium 2019

The Special Species Symposium is a weekend-long conference that brings together students and professionals interested in veterinary medicine and animal...

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.

Never Look Away

2018 > Germany > Directed by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck With Tom Schilling, Sebastian Koch, Paula Beer Loosely based on the life of renowned German...

Thriving Red and Cornell Minds Matter present: Mental Health 101

Are you interested in mental health advocacy? Want to learn how to support your friends and your own mental health? Join us Thursday, March 28 at 8:30pm in...

Friday, March 29