Events

Monday, October 2

Exhibition: Union Made - Fashioning America in the 20th Century

A collaboration between Catherwood Library’s Kheel Center and the Cornell Costume & Textile Collection, Union Made celebrates 20th century fashion trends...

Smart Campus Summit

Infrastructure Properties and Planning is hosting “Smart Campus Summit: Beyond the Dashboard” on October 2-4, 2017. The event will include a keynote address...

Group Show: Nice Hoop, Works Great

Nice Hoop, Works Great is a collaborative exhibition featuring new work from Kaleb Hunkele (M.F.A. '18), Sasha Phyars-Burgess (M.F.A. '18), Richard Zimmerman...

Jennifer and Kevin McCoy: Inhabiting the World We Made

In Inhabiting the World We Made, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy present recent projects that examine the marriage of architecture and psychology. Comprised of...

Thesis and Dissertation Grad Write-Ins

Grad Write-Ins occur every weekday that class is in session, from 8:00-11:00am in the Big Red Barn. Come join other students who also have writing goals and...

Chemical Engineering Seminar: Julie Liu (Purdue University)

Protein-based Biomaterials for Stem Cell Differentiation and Surgical Adhesive Applications For tissue engineering applications, our lab is developing...

High Tunnel Greenhouse Vegetable IPM Workshop

Set yourself up for success in season-extending high tunnels. High tunnels are a great way to extend the growing season. Farmers and homesteaders across NYS...

Wake the Form: Artists’ Books in Context

This exhibition explores the art of the book with a display of fine printing, artists’ books, and other rare editions drawn from Cornell’s collections....

US and Them: American Embassies and the Architecture of Diplomacy

Architecture's ability to communicate an idea is perhaps more powerful in the embassy than in any other building typology. Acting as a physical artifact of...

Colloquium @ Cornell Tech: Larry Wein

"Two Operations Management Problems in Criminology" We consider two operations management problems in criminology: using pretrial release and split...

Joint Labor Economics & PAM Workshop: Todd Jones

Todd Jones Cornell University, Ph.D. Candidate "Do Peers Influence Occupational Preferences?: Evidence from Randomly-Assigned Peer Groups at West...

Let's Meditate: Monday Meditation Series

Let's Meditate is a weekly, free, 30-minute guided mindfulness meditation series. Let's Meditate is open to all members of the Cornell community, including...

Arts & Sciences Dean's Forum: New Directions in Undergraduate Admissions & Advising

Panelists: Rachel Bean, Sr. Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education John Morganelli, Director of Admissions Bonnie Comella, Director of Advising Jen...

Brazilian race relations and French late colonialism: a connected intellectual history

From a political and economic perspective, the relationships between Brazilian social organization and French late-colonialism appear unrelated. But French...

LASP: "Brazilian race relations and French late colonialism: a connected intellectual history"

From a political and economic perspective, the relationships between Brazilian social organization and French late-colonialism appear unrelated. But French...

The Absence of Hope: Underground Elements in Jordan Peele's "Get Out"

Jared Sexton (UC-Irvine) will speak as part of the American Studies Fall Colloquium Series, What Lies Between: From Afro Futurism to Afro Pessimism. A light...

Student Trips to South Asia: A Lab for Studying Agriculture Development

Marvin Pritts, Professor, Horticulture Section and Terry Tucker, Associate Director. CALS International Programs. Horticulture Section seminar series. Via...

Intro to QGIS

Learn the basics of QGIS, the popular free and open-source desktop GIS application for mapping and geospatial analysis. We will work together through...

Jugatae Entomology Seminar

Speaker: Akito Kawahara Title: Evolution of anti-bat strategies in moths: Sonar jamming, acoustic deflection and visual lures

Department of Physics Colloquium -  Salpeter Lecture

General Physics Colloquium, Professor Alyssa Goodman, Harvard University. Refreshments from 3:30-3:50 pm. Title: The Dark Web of Star Formation Host: ...

Intro to Zotero via Zoom

Zotero is a free, easy-to-use citation management tool that helps you store, organize, cite, and share your research. A must for anyone doing any kind of...

Let's Meditate @ the BRB

Weekly Guided Mindfulness Meditation Come as you are, as often as you like, to practice this relaxing and restorative technique. These FREE sessions are 30...

MOLECULAR MEDICINE SEMINAR

Dr. Ashley W. Seifert, African Spiny Mice, Tissue Regeneration and the Injury Microenvironment".

"Early Islamic Internationalism: The Case of the Lost Caliphate" by Mona Hassan, CMSP Seminar

In her recent book Longing for the Lost Caliphate: A Transregional History, Mona Hassan explores the myriad meanings of the caliphate for Muslims around the...

Alessandro Aronadio: Ears: A Black and White Comedy

Alessandro Aronadio was born in Rome in 1975. After graduating with a degree in psychology from Palermo University, Aronadio attended the Los Angeles Film...

Anne Berger: "Is Psychoanalysis a "Theory of Gender" ?"

In this talk, Anne Berger returns to an old question — as old as the field of gender studies itself — which has attracted renewed interest in France within...

CCCI: Urbanization as Environmental Change: Planning and Dispossession in Contemporary China

The Cornell Contemporary China Initiative Lecture Series, featuring interdisciplinary talks by scholars on issues in China today, runs every Monday this...

CMM G-Body Workshop

Meet CMM students, develop techniques for a successful semester academically and socially. Learn about our programs: Healthy Eating, Zumba, Yoga, Feel Good...

Alessandro Aronadio: Ears: A Black and White Comedy

Alessandro Aronadio was born in Rome in 1975. After graduating with a degree in psychology from Palermo University, Aronadio attended the Los Angeles Film...

NY Times' Nicholas Kristof: "A Path Appears: Promoting the Welfare of Children"

"A Path Appears: Promoting the Welfare of Children" Urie Bronfenbrenner Centennial Lecture On the 100th anniversary of his birth, we celebrate Urie...

Six Months to Salvation

The first documentary to explore the full consequences of "voluntourism" is coming to Cornell Cinema for a one-time FREE screening, with an intro by Director...

Yoga

Open to all Cornell students (grads and undergrads) for Free. All skill levels welcome. Increase your physical and mental well-being. Some yoga mats are...

Ruth Oppenheim: Grey Line

Ruth Oppenheim (M.F.A. '11), an Israeli-born artist, earned her B.F.A. from The Cooper Union in 2008, and her M.F.A. from AAP in 2011. Oppenheim is currently...

Transitioning to Perennial Crops:  A Viable Economic Model

Over a period of two decades, Mark Shepard transitioned his 106 acre farm in southwest Wisconsin from annual crops to a permanent, perennial agriculture,...

Birding Without Borders: An Epic World Big Year

In 2015, Noah Strycker of Oregon became the first person to see more than half of the planet’s bird species (6,000+) in a year-long birding trek to seven...

HAPPY DEATH DAY  (Free Exclusive Advance Screening)

Universal Pictures, in collabration with Cornell Cinema and Slope Media Group present an exclusive pre-screeening of Happy Death Day! From the producer...

Keeton Collective Meeting

Bring your creativity and programming ideas to Keeton Collective!

Monday, October 2