Cornell University

During the fall semester, in-person concerts, events and lectures that involve outside guests will not be held, per the university’s COVID-19 travel and visitor policy.

Events

Monday, October 5

Halloween Photo Contest

Cornell Recreation Connection's Halloween Happenings Costume Contest has been a fan favorite for many years, held annually in the Cornell Cinema. While we...

12am
Virtual Event
Language Teaching and Learning Grants Application Deadline

The Language Resource Center offers grants for effective and innovative projects that enhance language instruction at Cornell. We welcome proposals from all...

Virtual Event
Beyond the Visible: Hilma af Klint

Ithaca Premiere 2019 > Germany > Directed by Halina Dryschka Hilma af Klint was an abstract artist before the term existed, a visionary, trailblazing figure...

12:01am
Virtual Event
Change of Life

Ithaca Premiere 1966 > Portugal > Directed by Paulo Rocha With Geraldo Del Rey, Isabel Ruth, Maria Barroso Paulo Rocha's haunting second feature, Change of...

12:01am
Virtual Event
The Wolf House

This film screening is part of the Cine con Cultura Latinx American Film Festival! 2018 > Chile > Directed by Joaqu’n Cocina, Cristobal Leon With Amalia...

12:01am
Virtual Event
Labor Leadership Skills Program: Negotiation Skills (online)

This introductory-level workshop is designed to develop the skills of union negotiators who do not have extensive experience in advancing a collective...

6am
Virtual Event
CANCELLED Exhibit: Electrifying Music: The Life and Legacy of Robert Moog

This exhibit draws from Cornell’s rich archive of materials tracing Moog’s lifelong fascination with electricity and its musical possibilities. It features...

CBE Seminar Series: Jin Suntivich, Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, Cornell University

Quantifying the Interfacial Electric Field at the Electrode-Electrolyte Interface The transformation of chemical compounds on charged interfaces plays an...

9am
Virtual Event
2020 PTML - Palestine is There, Where it Has Always Been by Ariella Aïsha Azoulay

Architecture makes acceptable the imperial project of world destruction and legitimates the world's (re)construction on empire's terms. Thus, for example,...

10am
Virtual Event
Into the Desert: Questions of Coloniality and Toxicity

Deserts are not empty as they have long been seen and represented. Deserts —both hot and cold—have often served to search, extract, and transport various...

Diversity and Inclusion: Competencies to Advance Diversity and Inclusion Strategies

To be successful with D&I initiatives, it is critical to assess competencies that drive business imperatives to ensure alignment with organizational vision...

11am, 3pm
Virtual Event
Dynamics of Tamil Urban Ethnoterritories in Diaspora (Kuala Lumpur, Paris and Singapore), by Delon Madavan, with Sharika Thiranagama

Studying the ties and practices that bind Tamils to the districts they inhabit or visit is essential to understand not the ways Tamils use and transform...

11:15am
Virtual Event
"'Unfaithful slaves and traitors': El Payanés, Proslavery Activism, and Slave Politics in 1840s New Granada," by Marcela Echeverri, LASP Seminar Series

After the fracture of the Republic of Colombia in 1831, a first civil war that took place in the Republic of New Granada—known as the War of the Supremes...

12pm
Virtual Event
Intro to Basic 3D Modeling

Learn the basics of finding 3D models in resources like Thingiverse and modifying or creating 3D models in Tinkercad (a free online browser-based program)!...

12pm
Virtual Event
Tatkon Center Zoom Room - Ask Us Anything!

Chat with the friendly and helpful juniors and seniors who make up the staff of the Tatkon Center. Get study tips, talk to someone who knows what it's like...

12pm
Virtual Event
The Health Trust Factor: Embracing Healthcare Principles in Hospitality

Register Here Event Overview Health and safety concerns are understandably a key barrier to attracting today’s travelers, and the hospitality industry has...

12pm
Virtual Event
 insights from mammalian skin

Ricardo Mallarino, Princeton University Title: The developmental basis of biological diversity: insights from mammalian skin 10/05, Via Zoom, 12:20 PM

12:20pm
Virtual Event
"Action Research in Reclaimed Spaces: Partnership Development for Community Horticulture Projects" - Ashley Helmholdt

Ashley Helmholdt Extension Associate, Horticulture Section, SIPS

12:40pm
Virtual Event
Cornell Institute for Food Systems Industry Partnership Program Career Fair

Cornell undergraduate and graduate students from all majors who have an interest in learning about opportunities in the food and beverage industries are...

2pm
Virtual Event
B.F.A. Virtual Exhibition: Mother of Exiles

Mother of Exiles is a project conceived around work produced by the B.F.A. students attending AAP NYC during the spring 2020 semester. It is a web-based...

Diversity and Inclusion: Competencies to Advance Diversity and Inclusion Strategies

To be successful with D&I initiatives, it is critical to assess competencies that drive business imperatives to ensure alignment with organizational vision...

3pm
Virtual Event
Foundations of Community-Engaged Leadership

In this moment of tremendous challenge and opportunity, we are excited to offer students the tools to collaborate with communities and pursue change in any...

3pm
Virtual Event
Orientation to Certificate in Community-Engaged Leadership (entry to all stages)

For undergraduate students who want to get involved or already are committed to community engagement. Register to ensure a seat To start your...

3pm
Virtual Event
Introduction to Citation Management with Mendeley

Make your research life easier by learning how to manage your citations using a program like Mendeley. In this one hour hands-on workshop, learn how this...

4pm
Virtual Event
South Korean boys blow up condoms like balloons as they sit by a stone wall displaying a birth control poster.

The transformation of family patterns in advanced capitalist societies has received much attention in academic and popular writing. While “modern families”...

4:30pm
Virtual Event
GET SET Workshop: Holding Effective Online Office Hours

GET SET: Workshop Series for Graduate Students, Teaching Assistants, Postdoctoral Fellows and the CIRTL Community What is the purpose of office hours? What...

5pm
Virtual Event
Leaders in Sustainable Global Enterprise - Laté Lawson-Lartego, Director Food Systems at Oxfam

A weekly lecture series that highlights leaders in the sustainable global enterprise industry. With topics ranging from food to energy these speakers will...

6pm
Virtual Event
Strengths Workshop for First Years

Take the CliftonStrengths assessment and learn through this workshop how to tailor your college experience to your own unique talents and capabilities!...

7pm
Virtual Event
The LSC presents - Motivation Stations!

Harness Positive Online Peer Pressure to Get Your Work Done! Do you miss being in the library or another study spot surrounded by other students who getting...

7pm
Virtual Event

Monday, October 5