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Events

Tuesday, July 31

2018 Barn Coordination

Please use this page to register for your Animal Barn responsibilities in the Poultry, Rabbit and Goat/Sheep Barns. Please note you have to register...

2018 Ulster County Fair Youth Participants

Please use this page to record interest in helping in the Youth Building (Milk Shake Booth, Snack Bar, Static Exhibits, Youth Ambassador) or Animal Barns at...

Bike the Finger Lakes: A CAU summer program led by Rob Cook

Experience the best of the Finger Lakes as you pedal past gorges, waterfalls, farmlands, lakes, and vistas with Cornell Outdoor Education's expert bike...

From Grape to Glass: Making Wine — A CAU summer program led by Kathleen Arnink

In beautifully renovated Stocking Hall is a winemaker's treasure: a new state-of-the-art teaching winery with devices ranging from grape presses to...

Hip Hop: Its Impact on Music, Art, and Culture — A CAU summer program led by Rich Medina and Ben Ortiz

Hip hop's extraordinary origins, evolution, and influence on American—indeed worldwide—culture over the past forty years provide a unique opportunity to...

The Mythical Dominion: A History of Brooklyn — A CAU summer program led by Thomas Campanella

If you grew up playing stickball on the streets of Brooklyn or simply have felt the city's pull from afar, this course is for you. Thomas Campanella,...

The Uncertain Future of American Higher Education: A CAU summer program led by Glenn Altschuler

The Walter and Susan Schenker course in the Humanities/Creative Arts Higher education in the United States is facing a crisis of confidence among Americans...

Throwing Clay: A Pottery Studio Workshop — A CAU summer program led by Julia Dean

This class is designed for those who've had experience creating wheel-thrown pottery—and those who've only dreamed of doing so. It will take place at the...

Whistler and the Victorian Art World: A CAU summer program led by Nancy Green

Hugely talented, known for his witty bon mots and his acerbic criticisms, Whistler was at the center of a vibrant coterie in nineteenth-century London that...

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...

Reduced Tillage in Organic Systems Field Day

Featuring in‐field demonstrations of equipment and discussions with speakers and growers. Rotate between three demonstration/discussion stations in the...

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...

Shifting Ground

Shifting Ground presents a survey of landscapes from mid– to late–20th century American art. As imagined representations of place, landscapes are always...

Teaching and Learning Reading Group

Education Research Reading Group Everyone is welcome to our weekly discussions about teaching and education research. Our reading group is open to faculty,...

Aging Well Series - How Can I Stay in my Home as I Age?

Are you worried about what happens if you age at home as your body changes? Do you wonder what can be done in a home to make it more environmental age...

Performance of genomic prediction for a sugarcane commercial breeding program

Sugarcane is a clonally propagated crop of economic importance in tropical areas and is mostly used for production of sugar, ethanol, energy and animal feed....

Summer Econ Events: Picnic & KUBB on the Arts Quad

Picnic on the Arts Quad (and KUBB) Join us for picnic lunch on the Arts Quad. The Econ department will provide a Temple of Zeus lunch and...

Free Parent and Child Cooking Classes!

Are you interest in FREE Parent and Child Cooking Classes? Would you like to learn how to feed your family healthier meals and do it under budget? Prepare...

Theatre Street Productions

Theatre Street Productions has been featured nationally and internationally at the world-renowned Newport Music Festival and International Gilbert & Sullivan...

Tuesday, July 31