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Monday, July 16

1968: A CAU summer program led by Sidney Tarrow

CAU's Fiftieth Anniversary Seminar This was a year that rocked America and Europe. Apollo 8 circled the moon, Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy...

Cyanotype: A Bold Blue Art Form — A CAU summer program led by Jennifer Gioffre and David Todd

Begun in the 1840s with the harnessing of the sun to make botanical images, the uniquely bold and blue cyanotype is experiencing an exciting renaissance...

Nature Fun Club (Entering 5th and 6th grade)

This camp is currently full. If you would like to be placed on the wait list, please email Victoria Londner at vL232@cornell.edu Nature Fun Club for...

Nature Fun Club 2 (Entering 3rd and 4th grade)

Nature Fun Club for entering 3 and 4 graders. Explore nature through games, crafts, hikes, and more! Learn about animal behaviors, insects, astronomy, and...

Rocks and Ropes, Gunnels and Gorges: A CAU summer program led by David Moriah

Cornell Outdoor Education (COE) boasts an extraordinary outdoor adventure program that spans the globe and includes biking, tree climbing, traversing one of...

ScreamFree Launching Hope (teens)

Register for 2018 ScreamFree Launching Hope (Teens) here! Classes will be held Mondays, July 16 and 23, from 1:00-4:00 PM. Please be aware that the $25...

The Golf Clinic: A CAU summer program led by Matt Baughan

Led by head men's coach Matt Baughan, CAU's golf clinic will include daily group work and individual instruction in shot execution (and rules) as well as in...

The Trial of Socrates: A CAU summer program led by Michael Fontaine

In 399 BCE the Greek philosopher Socrates was charged with corrupting Athenian youth and promoting atheism. Convicted and sentenced to death, he resisted the...

The Wines Course 2018: A CAU summer program led by Abby Nash

Prepare your palate for a real treat. With Abby Nash, our master wine instructor and former faculty member of Cornell's School of Hotel Administration, we'll...

What Your Genes Can Tell You and Why It Matters: A CAU summer program led by Chip Aquadro

With the increased use of DNA technology in medicine and with easy access to genetic testing for individuals exploring their family ancestry, the science of...

Apples to Cider: An Old Industry Takes New Root

Cider—the alcoholic kind—went from the traditional drink of the American farmer to an obscure niche beverage to a burgeoning and vibrant craft industry in...

Portraits of Progress: Confronting Indian Malnutrition Through Field-Based Research Under the Tata-Cornell Institute (TCI)

Portraits of Progress celebrates five years of the Tata-Cornell Institute (TCI) and its focus on solving chronic malnutrition in India through...

The Magic of Mushrooms

Cornell students know that ALL mushrooms are magical. Creative art that tells the stories of fabulous fungi is now on view on Mann Library’s 2nd floor study...

Oculi: Governors Island Installation

Oculi, the winner of the 2018 City of Dreams competition, is an interdisciplinary exhibition crafted of disused grain silos. The installation opened on...

The World Bewitch’d: Visions of Witchcraft from the Cornell Collections

The exhibition “The World Bewitch’d” explores the origins and spread of the belief in witchcraft across Europe. It features rare and unique books and...

BEST Special Seminar on Careers in...Industry post DVM and PhD

Are you interested in learning more about a career in industry? Are you working towards a PhD or DVM degree? If so, meet this speaker on July 16 in 226 Weill...

Peter Gordon, “Adorno’s Concept of Metaphysical Experience”

Free public lecture by Peter Gordon, Amabel B. James Professor in History; Faculty Affiliate, Department of Germanic Languages; Faculty Affiliate, Department...

Monday, July 16