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Monday, June 17

PolliNation: Artists & Scientists Crossing Borders to Explore the Value of Pollinator Health

Threats to pollinator health are intense and varied, from habitat loss and climate change to diseases and pesticides. A summer exhibit in the Mann Gallery,...

The Magic of Mushrooms: A display of student work

The Magic of Mushroom, taught by professor Kathie Hodge in the Section of Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology at Cornell, is not your typical biology...

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...

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...

ERES V: Emerging Researchers in Exoplanet  Science

June 17-18, 2019 @ Cornell University The fifth annual Emerging Researchers in Exoplanet Science (ERES) Symposium will be held at Cornell, June 17-19, 2019....

ERES V: Emerging Researchers in Exoplanet  Science

June 17-18, 2019 @ Cornell University The fifth annual Emerging Researchers in Exoplanet Science (ERES) Symposium will be held at Cornell, June 17-19, 2019....

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...

Canvas@Cornell: Getting Started in Canvas

Explore how Canvas can facilitate student learning. Specifics include how to create and share announcements, post a syllabus, add and organize content in...

Is Global Agriculture Growing More Resilient to Climatic Shocks? - Cornell Initiative for Digital Agriculture (CIDA) Seminar Series

Continued productivity gains from technological progress are crucial to maintaining the global expansion of agricultural production. However, efforts to make...

Mindful Monday Garden Walks

Join Cornell Botanic Gardens staff to observe the beauty and drama of nature unfolding on monthly nature walks. While exploring various paths and gardens...

Catharine Stimpson, “Decorum, Due Process, and Dereliction: Some Reflections on Title IX”

Public Lecture by Catharine Stimpson, University Professor and Dean Emerita of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, New York University

Putting Carbon in Its Place with Regenerative Farming and Biochar

“Putting Carbon in Its Place” will feature two efforts focused on sequestering carbon into soil to benefit agriculture and the environment. Kiss the Ground...

Putting Carbon in Its Place with Regenerative Farming and Biochar

“Putting Carbon in Its Place” will feature two efforts focused on sequestering carbon into soil to benefit agriculture and the environment. Kiss the Ground...

Inside Congress: The Intelligence Committee

Featuring Special Guest: Congressman Adam Schiff Chairman Presented by the Institute of Politics and Global Affairs at Cornell University Moderator: Steve...

Summer Series Pairing Dinners

Join us all summer long for a series of pairing dinners highlighting the things closest to our hearts: amazing food and amazing beverages. With a different...

Monday, June 17