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Friday, September 20

Beauty from the Cornell Gardens

Cornell’s gardens are rich in beauty and opportunities for capturing that beauty in photographs. The photos included in this exhibit were taken in several...

Esopus Creek Fish and Fly Fishing Demonstration

Esopus Creek Fish and Fly Fishing Demonstration Did you know the Esopus Creek is considered the birthplace of American dry fly fishing? Learn about the...

Promoting Hardwood Regeneration: Controlling Deer

Promoting Hardwood Regeneration: Controlling Deer Impacts and Interfering Vegetation Date – Friday September 20, 2019- 8:30am-5:00pm. Audience – Foresters,...

The Importance of Watershed Wetlands

The Importance of Watershed Wetlands Get an early look at the Ashokan Rail Trail with Ulster County staff to learn about the importance of wetlands for...

Hospitality Hackathon

Hilton and the Leland C. and Mary M. Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship are partnering at Cornell to revolutionize the Digital Customer...

Beverly Semmes: FRP: RPF

This exhibition presents work by Beverly Semmes from her acclaimed Feminist Responsibility Project (FRP). Initiated in the early 2000s, FRP originated as a...

CornellVet Cares Community Cat Clinic

Through a grant made possible by Dr. Hollis Erb, Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program at Cornell is proud to offer subsidized spay/neuter clinics for outdoor &...

Full Circle Exhibit

The 14th Annual Barbara L. Kuhlman Scholars’ Group Exhibition showcases original fiber arts and wearable artworks created by seven FSAD students. This year’s...

Group Show: Scorched Earth

Scorched Earth invites international artists that are exploring the relationships of postcolonialism, war policy, international commerce, and trade routes in...

Lucy Plowe: The Dream(er)

Through explorations of the unconscious, the imagery in The Dream(er) emerges from dreams and repeated symbols that speak to a deep spiritual state and...

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,...

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...

Esra Akcan: Open Architecture: A Book on Migration

Open Architecture: A Book on Migration is an exhibition that invites the audience into a scholar's world. Rather than showing archival documents or...

Aiza Ahmed: Body Language

Body Language is an exhibition featuring new work by Aiza Ahmed (B.F.A. '20) on display at the Hilton Garden Inn.

2019 Human Rights Conference

Violence Against Refugee Women and Girls: Research and Rehabilitation Accelerating violent global conflict is resulting in a rapidly increasing number of...

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...

Ash Trees: A Story of Relationships, Loss, and Hope

The emerald ash borer, an invasive wood-boring insect, has killed millions of ash (Fraxinus spp.) trees in North America since the insect arrived in the...

Sustainability Scavenger Hunt

What is the "Sustainability GooseChase?" Join the chase! The first ever campus-wide sustainability scavenger hunt is coming to Cornell University for the...

AASP Spam & Eggs Community Breakfast: Co-hosted with LSP, LSSO, and LLC

LSP, LSSO, LLC, and AASP are coming together to co-host a special edition of Spam and Eggs, featuring Latin Style recipes as well as all the usual AASP fare....

Latinx Thrive Series Fall 2019

The Latinx Thrive! series offers opportunities for students to explore their potential and thrive at Cornell by developing life and learning skills for...

how the light gets in

In 2016, the Pew Research Center reported “nearly 1 in 100 people worldwide are now displaced from their homes.” how the light gets in is an exhibition about...

 Differential Privacy in the 2020 US Census

Panel Discussion with John Abowd, Andrew Beveridge, Abraham Flaxman, Shannon Monnat – moderated by Matt Hall Panelists will discuss Census objectives and...

"She Calls The World Her Home:" Sojourner Truth, Pinkster, & The Haitian Revolution

Featuring Professor Mary Grace Albanese, Society for the Humanties This talk examines how Sojourner Truth's Dutch milieu in upsate New York brought the...

Economic Education Talk: Irene Foster

Irene Foster - George Washington University I am Not a Math Person: An Evidence-based Approach to Preparing our Weakest Students for Success in Large...

Gender and Sexuality Lunch Series

The Gender and Sexuality Lunch series is hosted by Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Every semester, we invite faculty to share their research as it...

Introduction to Bloomberg

What do tens of thousands of the most proficient investment professionals around the world have in common? Understanding of the complex and sophisticated...

Introduction to Zotero

Zotero is a free, powerful, easy-to-use research tool that helps you gather and organize citations and sources such as pdfs. This hands-on workshop will...

Job Search Discussion

Are you a postdoc or graduate student applying for academic jobs now or in the near future? Come join a lunch discussion with others in the same stage,...

Latina/o Studies Fridays w/Faculty Seminar

The Latina/o Studies Program Fridays with Faculty seminar offers an opportunity for Latina/o and non-Latina/o students of all levels and disciplines to meet...

"Naked and ghastly": Disarticulated Limbs and the Altered Union Body

American Studies Fall Colloquium. A light lunch will be served. Chinn's work primarily explores questions of race, sexuality, and gender in U.S. literature...

Ezra's Round Table / Systems Seminar: Christopher A. Hart (Hart Solutions LLC)

Being part of the Systems Engineering program, the Ezra's Round Table will strongly focus on developing the ability to present research in a broader context...

Department of Psychology Colloquium Series

The Pleasures of Suffering to be presented by Paul Bloom, Department of Psychology, Yale University

Francesca Russello Ammon: Urban Renewal and Restoration in Postwar Philadelphia

Francesca Russello Ammon is a cultural historian of urban planning and the built environment. Her research focuses on the social, material, and cultural life...

Cornell Wellness, "Safe Meal Prepping For You & Your Family."

Join Wellness in welcoming the Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Cornell University Food Science Department, Christopher Loss PhD, at G10 Biotech, for...

Radiology Rounds

The Radiology Club will be hosting rounds. Clinicians, residents, and interns from the Imaging Department will be discussing cases that they have seen in the...

Fall Harvest Kick off 2019

Come celebrate Harvest with us and sample products from the Cornell Dairy, Cornell Cheese, Arnot Forest, Wide Awake Bakery, HoneyRock Farm along with other...

BME 7900 Seminar - Janet Zoldan, PhD

We welcome our next speaker, Dr. Janet Zoldan from the University of Texas - Austin. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical...

Polson Seminar

Time: 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Title: The Almighty Dollar: Power, Religion and Race in a Polarized Community Presenter: John Sipple Abstract The book project...

Anthropology Colloquium:  Brinkley Messick

"A textual tradition: the anthropologist as reader” Brinkley Messick is a Professor of Anthropology and Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies...

 CAM Colloquium:  Nate Veldt (CAM Postdoc) - Detecting and Learning Community Structure in Graphs with LambdaCC

Abstract: Graph clustering is the somewhat ill-defined task of separating a graph into so-called communities of nodes that share many edges with each other...

GSPS

Graduate Student and Postdoc Seminar

Van C. Tran-"Asian Americans and Affirmative Action Policy"

While the battle over affirmative action has been ensuing for decades, Asian Americans have recently been thrust into the spotlight as a key group in the...

Memorial lecture in honor of Prof. David Mankin:  "Nostalgia, Ruins, Lament: Listening to Captive Women in the Hercules on Mt. Oeta"

A memorial lecture in honor of Prof. David Mankin has been scheduled for Friday, September 20th at 4:30 PM. Lauren Ginsberg (Associate Professor of Classics,...

Tagore lecture: The Clay Typewriter, by Anuradha Roy

This lecture will discuss how mud and words are connected in my work; how earth, water, air, and fire fusing to create pots is a metaphor for the way in...

The Korean Language Program's 30th Anniversary Reception

The Korean Language Program at Cornell is proud to announce it's 30th Anniversary. A wonderful, full program is lined up: A short reflective documentary...

An Evening with Spike Lee

Cornell University Program Board and MCFAB proudly present An Evening with Spike Lee Award-winning Director, Producer & Writer Spike Lee is an...

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. ...

Styx

An ER doctor embarks on a solo sailing trip to Ascension Island and comes across a sinking boat of refugees. "In the first, nearly wordless third of Wolfgang...

Yesterday

Jack Malik (Himesh Patel) is a struggling singer songwriter in an English seaside town, whose dreams of fame are rapidly fading despite support from his...

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