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Events

Monday, February 17

2020 Day Old Pheasant Workshop

Ever consider raising and releasing pheasant chicks as your part to help the environment? If the answer is yes, then join us for a free workshop to explain...

Big Red Rec Week - Free Access to CFC

Free access to Cornell Fitness Centers and Group Fitness Classes with your Cornell ID

CANCELED The Other Side of The Tracks: Discrimination and Social Mobility in the Railroad Industry

"The Other Side of the Tracks” traces the historic struggles and successes of African American and women railroad workers in the twentieth century. This...

CANCELED  Black Excellence: Fashion that Prevails

A new fashion exhibition, Black Excellence: Fashion that Prevails, will feature items designed by influential Black style tastemakers, influencers, and...

CANCELLED Voices on Goodness, Gratitude & Belonging

Portraits and words of the Cornell community captured by visiting freelance photographer, peace activist, and author of two award-winning photo books from...

Condemned Building: Prints of Douglas Darden

"In 1989 during my stay as the Rome Prize Fellow in Architecture at the American Academy in Rome, I ventured into the guarded cell of the rare books...

Cornell Law Wellness Week

Cornell Law Student's Association will be hosting a wellness week at the law school. The week will contain an informational campaign on the important of...

Stephanie Syjuco: Citizens

Citizens features work by Stephanie Syjuco that probes both philosophical and historical definitions of what it means to be a "citizen" in terms of national...

Yasmeen Abedifard and Marsha Taichman: Bookkeeping: Artists' Books at Cornell

Artists' books are amorphous, difficult objects to define, but are generally classified as works of art that take the form of a book, or a take on the book...

2020 Kids Cooking Camp for Winter Break!

Our popular Kids in the Kitchen Cooking Class for youth aged 8 and up will run for a full week during February Break, 2/17 to 2/21, 9am to 4pm daily in the...

CBE Seminar Series: Liam Holt, New York State University

A Fantastic Voyage into the Cell: Crowding, Compression and Cancer Tens of thousands of biochemical reactions occur simultaneously in the...

Latitude: Persuasive Cartography

Latitude: Persuasive Cartography features highlights from the PJ Mode Collection of Persuasive Cartography—maps intended primarily to influence opinions...

Seminar @ Cornell Tech: Yatish Turakhia

"Accelerating genomic computation to enable new discoveries" Genome sequencing data continues to rise faster than any other data type (80%/year), while...

Yatish Turakhia

Abstract: Genome sequencing data continues to rise faster than any other data type (80%/year), while transistor performance scaling has slowed down...

The Space of a Silence

In the preface to his 1961 book Madness and Civilization, Michel Foucault posits that since after the Renaissance, the mad, the marginalized others, the...

Dr. Elvira Domínguez-Redondo

States As Human Rights: Monitors In Defense of Politicization Dr Elvira Domínguez-Redondo (LLB, Dip. Business Management, M.Phil, PhD) is Associate...

YouTube video by James Shrestha, screenshot by Dannah Dennis

The claim that “Buddha was Born in Nepal” is pervasive in contemporary discourses about Nepali national identity. In this paper, I focus on the ways in which...

"Deploying consumer-driven breeding strategies in leafy Brassicas"- Hannah Swegarden

Hannah Swegarden Cornell University Current Research: Development of novel leafy brassica genotypes for fresh market production, with a particular emphasis...

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Weekly Seminar Series featuring Kevin Rose; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Title: Understanding lake responses to environmental change: from local sites to global patterns; Host: Christy Goodale

Kevin Rose, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Title: Understanding lake responses to environmental change: from local sites to global patterns 106A Morison...

AEP Faculty Candidate Seminar

"Optical photon generation from a superconducting qubit" Alp Sipahigil, Institute for Quantum Information and Matter, California Institute of...

TConnect at Southworth Library

Tconnect is a new app-based mobility service that will be piloted in the Dryden community in the Spring of 2020 to help rural residents access TCAT’s...

Josh Cerra

Dr. Josh Cerra has practiced as a designer and ecologist for over 25 years combined. His work investigates relationships between urban ecosystems,...

Jupiter's interior

General Physics Colloquium, Prof. David Stevenson, Caltech, AD White Professor-at-Large, Cornell University Refreshments: Title: Jupiter's Interior as...

India Law Center Lecture: The Threat to the Unity and Territorial Integrity of India

The Threat to the Unity and Territorial Integrity of India: The Dangers and Implications of Unravelling the Constitutional Minority Rights Package This talk...

David Eide, PhD

The Pritchard Lecture Series in Human Nutrition is sponsored by the Klingenstein Pritchard Scholarship Program and is dedicated to human nutrition, from...

Waste Strategies for Sustainable Food Systems

The Cornell Dairy Center of Excellence and the Veterinary Community Sustainability Club are hosting a mini-symposium focusing on waste reduction in dairy...

Brunello Cucinelli: A New Philosophy of Clothes

A new 38-minute documentary film photographed and directed by David LaRocca, addressing Brunello Cucinelli’s use of the humanistic tradition in Western...

A Chinese pig farmer providing care for his live-stock using a hoe to spread feed.

Is the fix in on the Pork Fix in China'? That's what guest speaker, Mindi Schneider will explore in her talk, The Pork Fix: African Swine Fever and the...

Cornell in Washington Information Session

Want to intern in DC while taking Cornell courses and earning academic credits? Come to Cornell in Washington's (CIW's) Information Session to learn how you...

Introduction to SQLite Databases for Humanities Research

At this introductory workshop, participants will learn about using databases to manage research in the humanities and social sciences. We will discuss what a...

Russian Conversation Hour

Come to the LRC to practice your language skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal,...

GET SET Workshop: Facilitating Effective Classroom Discussions

GET SET: Workshop Series for Graduate Students, Teaching Assistants, Postdoctoral Fellows and the CIRTL Community How can you best facilitate productive...

Group Certificate in Engaged Leadership Orientation

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

Benjamin Grosser: Less Metrics, More Rando: Art, Software, and the Desire for More

Ben Grosser creates interactive experiences, machines, and systems that examine the cultural, social, and political effects of software. Recent exhibition...

An Evening of Indian Classical Music: CU Music

An Evening of Indian Carnatic and Western Classical Music with special guest Arun Ramamurthy of the Brooklyn Raga Massive and violin professor Ariana Kim.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Lecture: A Conversation with Yusef Salaam

For over two decades Yusef Salaam, Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Raymond Santana and Korey Wise were known as “The Central Park Five.” All five men (then...

Big Red Rec Week- Overnight Oats @ Tatkon

Make and take overnight oat kits, along with Q&A time with New Student Programs and Recreational Services

CANCELLED Keeton Collective

Bring your programming ideas to Keeton Collective!

Monday, February 17