Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Mann Library, Lobby
Learning beyond the classroom—what does Cornell offer? Lots! A Fieldwork Fair at Mann Library on September 28th will feature programs, labs, and organizations from across campus that provide a rich range of experiential learning opportunities to Cornell students. Drop by, get inspired, and get connected to make the most of your Cornell experience.
Programs and organizations participating in the Fieldwork Fair include: Macaulay Library/Lab of Ornithology; Shoals Marine Lab; Community and Regional Development Institute (CaRDI); Harvell Lab (EEB); Cornell Farmworker's Program; Cornell Local Roads Program; Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program; NYS Hemlock Initiative; Community Learning and Service Partnership (CLASP); Office of Engagement Initiatives; Cornell Institute of Archaeology and Material Studies (CIAMS); Cornell University Biological Field Station; Classics DUS; LH Bailey Hortorium; Community Food Systems Minor; School of Integrative Plant Science; Alternative Breaks; CU Women’s Basketball Operations; CU Men’s Basketball Operations; Organization of Tropical Studies (OTS); Tata-Cornell Institute; Cornell Anthropology Department; Cornell-Nepal Earthquake Recovery Partnership; Coalition for Healthy School Food.
Mann's Fieldwork Fair is being organized in conjunction with the Library's special public programming focused on exploration in the field. Additional events include our current exhibits: Around the World and Back: Buiiding Bird Collections Through Exploration (Mann Gallery) and Mark Catesby: Naturalist in North America (Mann Lobby). Also stay tuned for the new exhibit, "Island Immersion: Diving Into Discovery at Shoals Marine Laboratory," to open in the Mann Gallery in October.