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Friday, September 13

Beauty from the Cornell Gardens

Cornell’s gardens are rich in beauty and opportunities for capturing that beauty in photographs. The photos included in this exhibit were taken in several...

EPA Lead RRP- Refresher 9/13/2019 8am Albany

LEAD RENOVATION, REPAIR, & PAINTING (RRP-REFRESHER) September 2019-TRAINING CLASSES-CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED- REGISTER TODAY- ALL TRAININGS ARE FREE *Please...

Re-Imagining the Discipline: German Studies, the Humanities, and the University

A Conference of the Institute for German Cultural Studies (IGCS) Friday, September 13, and Saturday, September 14, 2019 The conference will examine the...

Beverly Semmes: FRP: RPF

This exhibition presents work by Beverly Semmes from her acclaimed Feminist Responsibility Project (FRP). Initiated in the early 2000s, FRP originated as a...

Ciara Stack: Gets On Everything, Keeps Nothing Really Together

Gets On Everything, Keeps Nothing Really Together is an exhibition of recent sculpture work by Ciara Stack (M.F.A. '20).

Fernan Bilik: The Still Object

The still object is an exhibition by Fernan Bilik (B.Arch. '22) that explores the concept of "stillness" and its relationship to the human/human-made object....

Hortus Forum Plant Sale

Hortus Forum will sell houseplants (succulents, tropicals, etc.) to students and talk to anyone who's interested with the goal of sharing our knowledge of...

PolliNation: Artists & Scientists Crossing Borders to Explore the Value of Pollinator Health

Threats to pollinator health are intense and varied, from habitat loss and climate change to diseases and pesticides. A summer exhibit in the Mann Gallery,...

Unturned Leaves: Early Women in Botanical Illustration

Until only recently, science has generally been associated with the work of men, and its leading figures have generally been those endowed with the means to...

Esra Akcan: Open Architecture: A Book on Migration

Open Architecture: A Book on Migration is an exhibition that invites the audience into a scholar's world. Rather than showing archival documents or...

Aiza Ahmed: Body Language

Body Language is an exhibition featuring new work by Aiza Ahmed (B.F.A. '20) on display at the Hilton Garden Inn.

All Labor Has Dignity: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Labor Movement

The exhibit All Labor Has Dignity: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Labor Movement will be displayed at the Kheel Center’s lobby in Ives Hall at the ILR School...

Ash Trees: A Story of Relationships, Loss, and Hope

The emerald ash borer, an invasive wood-boring insect, has killed millions of ash (Fraxinus spp.) trees in North America since the insect arrived in the...

Charisse Foo and Yichen Jia: The Art of Memory

What does it mean to remember? Sited in four Italian towns that have been indelibly changed by natural disasters, this exhibition explores the notion of...

Sustainability Scavenger Hunt

What is the "Sustainability GooseChase?" Join the chase! The first ever campus-wide sustainability scavenger hunt is coming to Cornell University for the...

World Picture: Travel Imagery Before and After Photography

Drawing from Cornell’s Rare and Manuscript Collections and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, this exhibition examines how published travel imagery...

how the light gets in

In 2016, the Pew Research Center reported “nearly 1 in 100 people worldwide are now displaced from their homes.” how the light gets in is an exhibition about...

CIDA mini-symposium, part of the Life Sciences Lecture Series: "Mechanical Feedbacks in Plant Morphogenesis" - Elliot Meyerowitz

The Cornell Initiative for Digital Agriculture (CIDA) hosts a Symposium in conjunction with the Life Sciences Lecture Series (LSLS), featuring Elliot...

CPC Prosem | Navigating the Postdoc Job Market

Navigating the Postdoc Job Market with Patrick Ishizuka (Washington University in St. Louis) and Sarah James (CPC Frank H. T. Rhodes Postdoctoral Fellow) –...

EDS Seminar: Juan A. Sabate, GE Global Research

Abstract: Gradient Driver is one of the key components in a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner. The driver is responsible to create gradient fields by...

LMSS @ Cornell Tech: Noah Smith (University of Washington/Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence)

Learning Machines Seminar Series What: LMSS: Noah Smith (University of Washington/Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence) When: Friday, September 13,...

VOICE Ice Cream Social

Come meet the new Executive Board of Veterinarians as One Inclusion Community for Empowerment (VOICE). VOICE aims to celebrate diversity within our...

Ezra's Round Table / Systems Seminar: Brian Denton (Michigan)

Being part of the Systems Engineering program, the Ezra's Round Table will strongly focus on developing the ability to present research in a broader context...

Department of Psychology Colloquium Series

Saying “No” Is Harder Than We Think: Implications for Compliance and Consent to be presented by Vanessa K. Bohns, Department of Organizational Behavior,...

Simone Mangili: Remaking Turin: Striving for Sustainability and Resiliency in Uncertain Times

Simone Mangili (M.R.P. '06) is currently aide to the mayor of Torino, Italy, as well as aide to the deputy mayor for environment and sustainability. In this...

LEPP Joint Seminar: Avital Dery, Cornell

New physics implications of the LHCb discovery of CP violation in charm decays The recent measurement of \Delta A_{CP} by the LHCb collaboration requires an...

Composers Forum: Israeli Chamber Project

Israeli Chamber Project conducts reading and feedback sessions working with Cornell composers as part of the inaugural Steven Stucky Memorial Residency for...

Annual Future of the Humanities Lecture: Sara Guyer

“The Humanities of Testimony, revisited” The theories of testimony that emerged in the 1980s and 1990s to account for surviving atrocity take on new...

BME 7900 Seminar - Vivek Unni, PhD

We next welcome Dr. Vivek Unni, who is an Associate Professor in the Departemnt of Neurology and the Jungers Center for Neurosciences Research at Oregon...

Anthropology Colloquium:  Dana Powell

"Unsettling Exceptionality and Ruin: Native Presence in the Anthropocene" In this talk, I address the politics of "ruin" and "loss" that are ascendent...

Carl Fischer, "Pedagogies of Ice and Light: On Fascist Aesthetics in Patagonia and Antartica"

Fascist thinking has always figured particular geopolitical spaces—from North Africa under Franco, to Mexico and Central America under Trump—as “others”...

Clinical Sciences Nestle Purina Seminar Series - Galina Hayes

"Assessment of the relationship between staff to patient ratios and patient care errors, and predictors of veterinary technician burnout- two sides of the...

 CAM Colloquium:  Short Research Presentations by Assistant Professors Anil Damle (CS), Mahdi Esmaily Moghadam (MAE), and Nikolaos Bouklas (MAE)

Anil Damle, Assistant Professor, CS Invariant subspace perturbation theory and applications There are many classical results that allow us to understand how...

GSPS

Graduate Student and Postdoc Seminar

LGBTQ+ Resource Fair

Interested in learning more about LGBTQ+ resources on campus? All of the student organizations, departments, and other resources that work with LGBTQ+...

Life Science Lecture Series featuring Dr. Elliot Meyerowitz [CalTech]: Title: Mechanical Feedbacks in Plant Morphogenesis. Hosts: Mike Scanlon SIPS Dan Barbash MBG

Dr. Elliot Meyerowitz, CalTech Title: Mechanical Feedbacks in Plant Morphogenesis Friday, 9/13/19 G10 Biotechnology building, 4:00PM

Life Sciences Lecture Series: "Mechanical Feedbacks in Plant Morphogenesis" - Elliot Meyerowitz

Elliot Meyerowitz Investigator, HHMI-GBMF, George W. Beadle Professor Biology, California Institute of Technology Research interests. Our laboratory has...

Townsend Lecturer - Barbara Graziosi (Princeton University)

Barbara Graziosi (Professor of Classics at Princeton University) will be the Townsend Visiting Professor in Fall 2019. Professor Graziosi will deliver three...

Mark Cruvellier: The Structural Basis of Architecture, Third Edition, Book Launch

Please join AAP alumni, students, and colleagues to celebrate the launch of The Structural Basis of Architecture, Third Edition (Routledge, 2019). The newly...

Bauhaus Spirit: 100 Years of Bauhaus

A vivid and visually stunning look behind the scenes of the world renowned Bauhaus school of design in Germany, as well as its legacy in Sweden, Switzerland,...

Cornell Games Club Weekly Meeting

We play board games, card games, miniatures games, and role-playing games (RPGs). Attendance is free and open to anyone. Rules are taught for most games. ...

Cornell Concert Series: Terri Lyne Carrington and Social Science

Social Science is the latest project from GRAMMY Award-winning producer and drummer Terri Lyne Carrington. Together with Aaron Parks (keyboards), Matthew...

The Dead Don't Die

"This isn't going to end well for us," is the constant refrain of Adam Driver's law enforcement character in Jim Jarmusch's self-aware zombie comedy The Dead...

Friday, September 13