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5 Things Stressing Your Kids Out this Back-to-School Season….and How You Can Help Them

Register Back-to-school 2021 has shaped up to be even more stressful than parents or kids could have imagined. From K-12, your kids are dealing with a lot,...

9/29/2021 1pm
Virtual Event
Two people standing and talking, while wearing masks.

eCornell Keynote What have we learned since the COVID-19 pandemic began about understanding workplace conflict and the role of influence? What will help...

9/29/2021 2pm
Virtual Event
CHR: Women in Hospitality and Travel: Opportunities, Challenges, and Progress

Event overview Women make up 50% of the workforce in hospitality and travel yet only 12% of leadership positions. What opportunities are available? What...

9/30/2021 1:30pm
Virtual Event
black and white drawings of flies, wasps, ticks, mosquitoes, bed bugs, and ants

In this monthly virtual series, we'll explore timely topics to help you use integrated pest management (IPM) to avoid pest problems and promote a healthy...

10/1/2021 12pm
Virtual Event
The Engaged College Initiative: What it is, why it matters, what we have achieved, and opportunities to get involved.

A panel with key leaders stewarding the Engaged College Initiative at Cornell will discuss how support from the David M. Einhorn Center for Community...

10/4/2021 12pm
Virtual Event
New York Small Scale Food Processors Association (NYSSFPA) in partnership with Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE)

This is a 3-part series that provides you with the steps to take your food business from idea to success. Make your dream a reality. About this event New...

10/5/2021 7pm
Virtual Event
Jennifer Abruzzo

ILR School in conjunction with Cornell Law School: Jennifer Abruzzo, recently confirmed General Counsel of the NLRB, had previously worked for the NLRB for...

10/6/2021 12pm
Virtual Event
FREE INFORMATION SESSIONS TO DISCUSS ASSISTANCE OPPORTUNITIES FOR FARMS AND FOOD BUSINESSES

HVADC Business Technical Assistance and Loan Fund Programs Cover Eight Counties Including Orange, Albany and Dutchess HUDSON, NY – SEPTEMBER 2, 2021 --...

10/6/2021 12pm
Virtual Event
On José Montoya with Ella Maria Diaz

Artist, poet, and musician José Montoya (1932–2013) was a leading figure of the Chicano movement, producing iconic works in many genres, cofounding the art...

10/7/2021 4pm
Virtual Event
NYC building skyline

After almost two years of COVID-19, NYC’s real estate market is starting to heat up, some office workers are returning, entertainment is coming back and a...

10/13/2021 12:30pm
Virtual Event
MSE Fall Seminar Series

Machine Learning for Scanning Probe and Electron Microscopy: from Imaging to Atomic Fabrication Sergei V. Kalinin - The Center for Nanophase Materials...

10/14/2021 4pm
Virtual Event
Invisible Bodies: Psychoanalysis, Subjugated Knowledges, and Intimate Ethics in Postwar Egypt

Lecture by Omnia El Shakry. Omnia El Shakry is professor of history at the University of California, Davis. She specializes in the intellectual and cultural...

10/25/2021 4:45pm
Virtual Event
Cornell ECE Ph.D. Program Overview and Information Session

Learn about our Ph.D. program, degree requirements, the admission process and available financial support. Get tips on what makes a strong applicant. Meet...

10/29/2021 10am
Virtual Event
Kabbalah and Sex Magic

A discussion with author Marla Segol on her recently published book "Kabbalah and Sex Magic: a Mythical-Ritual Genealogy" (Penn State University Press,...

11/3/2021 5pm
Virtual Event
black and white drawings of flies, wasps, ticks, mosquitoes, bed bugs, and ants

In this monthly virtual series, we'll explore timely topics to help you use integrated pest management (IPM) to avoid pest problems and promote a healthy...

11/5/2021 12pm
Virtual Event
‘When Mercy Seasons Justice’

Lecture with Arzoo Osanloo, University of Washington. ‘When Mercy Seasons Justice’: Forbearance in Iranian Criminal Sanctioning & its Persistent Logic in a...

11/8/2021 4:45pm
Virtual Event
"It Could Lead to Dancing" by Sonia Gollance

Digital book talk/discussion with Sonia Gollance about her new book “It Could Lead to Dancing: Mixed-Sex Dancing and Jewish Modernity.” Juan Manuel Munoz...

11/10/2021 4:30pm
Virtual Event
Cover of Innovation from Emerging Markets, edited by Fernanda Cahen, Lourdes Casanova,and Anne Miroux

Dr. Lourdes Casanova (Gail and Roberto Cañizares Director of the Emerging Markets Institute, S. C. Johnson College of Business) will present a discussion of...

11/23/2021 4pm
Virtual Event
black and white drawings of flies, wasps, ticks, mosquitoes, bed bugs, and ants

In this monthly virtual series, we'll explore timely topics to help you use integrated pest management (IPM) to avoid pest problems and promote a healthy...

12/3/2021 12pm
Virtual Event