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Upcoming Events

The Richard Cleaveland Memorial Reading by J. Robert Lennon & Lyrae Van Clief-Stefanon

The Richard Cleaveland Memorial Reading, delivered by creative writing faculty in the Department of English, will feature fiction writer J. Robert Lennon &...

2/8/2018 4:30pm
In Treatment: Psychiatry and the Archives of Modern Sexuality

Prof. Regina Kunzel’s (Princeton) current research considers the encounter of LGBT/queer people with psychiatry in the 20th-century US, weighing the impact...

2/28/2018 4:30pm
SAP Seminar Series: "Multispecies Justice - Against Extinction & Extraction" by Subhankar Banerjee

In a mere six decades we have steadily progressed from the dread of “silent spring” to the prospect of a lonely earth. Scientists have been busy cataloguing...

3/13/2018 4:30pm
Reading by Julie Schumacher: the Barbara & David Zalaznick Reading Series

Writer Julie Schumacher will read from her work as part of the Spring 2018 Barbara & David Zalaznick Reading Series. Julie Schumacher (MFA Cornell 1986) is...

3/15/2018 4:30pm
Forbidden Songs: Lost Music of Midcentury Poland, film: CU Music

Forbidden Songs: Lost Music of Midcentury Poland: The world premiere of the English-subtitled version of the film Forbidden Songs (1946), which narrates...

3/17/2018 8pm

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Craig Wiggers

Craig Wiggers left a positive review 10/10/2017

I walked away from President Pollack's address with enthusiasm and excitement about her leadership for Cornell. I was specifically happy to hear that progress is being made with the President's Task Force addressing bigotry and intolerance. President Pollack came across as a leader who will inspire those around her and she certainly inspired me to take care of my staff and responsibilities - exciting times for Cornell!

Karen LoParco

Karen LoParco left a positive review 10/10/2017

Thank you for holding this event for staff. President Pollack has great energy to tackle the issues facing staff and I hope that energy translates throughout the campus!