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Lisa Kaltenegger, "A Thousand New Worlds"

Lisa Kaltenegger, "A Thousand New... 7/8/2015 7:00pm

Lecture / School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions

Director of the Carl Sagan Institute and an associate professor in Cornell’s Department of Astronomy, Lisa Kaltenegger says we live in an age when we finally...

Douglas R. Egerton, "'The Entire Country Requires Reclamation': Reconstruction in the North"

Douglas R. Egerton, "'The Entire Country... 7/15/2015 7:00pm

Lecture / School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions

Although white Republicans in Washington regarded Reconstruction as a policy for the defeated Confederacy only, black activists and veterans hoped the...

Barry Strauss, "The Death of Caesar: New Light on History's Most Famous Assassination"

Barry Strauss, "The Death of Caesar: New... 7/22/2015 7:00pm

Lecture / School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions

Many of us know about the death of Julius Caesar from William Shakespeare's eponymous play—but what actually took place on the Ides of March, 44 BC, was...

Kavita Bala, "Virtual Realism and Computer Graphics"

Kavita Bala, "Virtual Realism and Computer... 7/29/2015 7:00pm

Lecture / School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions

What makes the world look the way it does? A major quest in computer graphics research has been to understand and virtually model the appearance of the real...

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Randall Nixon

Randall Nixon left a negative review 5/23/2015

A big disappointment. We expected a crowd of parents and we looked forward to conversing with other people. Instead, it was an indoor event, and it had no sense of coordination. We left.

Cheryl Cox

Cheryl Cox left a positive review 4/21/2015

It was wonderful that the event was so well attended that the venue was not large enough to hold everyone. Sadly, I was one who had to watch on the screen in Warren Hall. I particularly appreciated that no one interrupted or heckled Dr. Carson. The audience was very respectful. Dr. Carson's manner was genuine and conversational. We enjoyed hearing him and now have a sense of his perspective on the issues facing our country.

Terry Mingle

Terry Mingle left a positive review 4/21/2015

Dr. Carson is a brilliant man. People use the term "It's not brain surgery" for some things. Well, perhaps it IS! And perhaps Ben is the right person for it. To pull from a quote in the Cornell Daily Sun today (4/22/15), I loved it when Ben said: “This is not a Democrat problem or a Republican problem,” Carson said. “We need to get away from making everything into a political issue … so that we can all get behind [to] fix the problems rather than continuing to exacerbate them.” - I couldn't agree more.

Donald Friedricksen

Donald Friedricksen left a positive review 8/1/2012

Always good to hear from Mr. Strogatz and his attempts to help the public know more math!

Patricia Thayer

Patricia Thayer left a positive review 10/1/2012

It was great... riveting, informative and inspirational.

Sajjad Rahman

Sajjad Rahman left a positive review 8/29/2012

it was an excellent talk on the John Ruskin dedication towards ecology and love foe nature. He presented the painting in such a manner that looks like speaking paintings from different aspects of nature. I must congratulate the speaker who put life into the history and defined the life as real wealth.
Dr Sajjad ur Rahman, Pakistan

Avik Dutt

Avik Dutt left a positive review 8/1/2012

Pretty good! Not very technical, but then it wasn't expected to be. It was fun and humorous, but he could have done with less of selling his own work (past and present).

Yi Zhang

Yi Zhang left a positive review 7/25/2012

Heard quite a few useful suggestions, some may sounds like cliche, but they are extremely true. Let's take action and change now.

Deborah Mann

Deborah Mann left a positive review 4/18/2012

Barry gave an informative, engaging presentation that got everyone thinking about what leadership really is, instead of thinking it's a title or a position reserver for an elite few. It's everybody's business and you start when you make the choice to make a difference in your own life, a project or job, or any initiative that involves leading yourself or others toward a common goal for the greater good...

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