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Events

Thursday, February 20

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...

EPA Lead RRP-Initial 2/20/2020 Schenectady

LEAD RENOVATION, REPAIR, & PAINTING (RRP-INITIAL) February 2020-TRAINING CLASSES CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED- REGISTER TODAY- ALL TRAININGS ARE FREE ...

Fruit Tree Pruning

Don’t be afraid to prune your fruit trees! Come to this class and learn how. We will cover mostly apple trees but will also touch on stone fruits. Bring your...

Living on Less

If you are interested in spending less while living well, this is the workshop for you. Cutting expenses, extending resources, building an emergency fund...

Photography and Painting Day.

Thank you for registering for the photography and painting day. Dakota Rider will be going over photography with youth and Lauren Gough will be doing her...

Sheep for Solar Grazing

Sheep for Solar Grazing program at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County. Date: Feb 20, 2020 Time: 6:00PM-8:00PM Address: 203 N Hamilton St....

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 Group Show: Chime In

Chime In is a group show on display in Barnes Hall and features work from the following artists: Morgan Evans-Weiler (M.F.A. '21) William Demaria (B.F.A....

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...

Danielle Greco: Made in the Image of God

Many in our culture today have discarded truth. People have asserted that truth is determinable by the fluctuations of society and the self, creating...

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...

Latitude: Persuasive Cartography

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

Student printmakers illustrate their connections to plants

The recognition of the interconnectivity between human beings and the natural world is a profound knowledge that reminds the former of the crucial presence...

Malaysia, Sarawak, Iban Dayak people. Pua kumbu ceremonial hanging, late 19th or early 20th century

The Johnson Museum is currently open as part of the Cornell University Ithaca campus. General updates will be posted on our website. In conjunction with the...

CANCELLED Exhibit: 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...

Lai Fong, [Actors],  1870s, collection of Stephan Loewentheil, JD '75

The Johnson Museum is currently open as part of the Cornell University Ithaca campus. General updates will be posted on our website. This exhibition...

Thomas Cole, Evening in Arcady (1843), Wadsworth Atheneum

The Johnson Museum is currently open as part of the Cornell University Ithaca campus. General updates will be posted on our website. During the nineteenth...

AEP Faculty Candidate Seminar

"From Liquids to Electronics: Solution-Processed Semiconductors and Devices" Dr. Xiwen Gong, Stanford University Electronic materials and devices that are...

Lies, Fakes, and Deep Fakes:   Advances and Abuses of AI in the Age of Trump

Changes in the law, technological innovations, and the rise of “citizen journalism” have recently combined to yield “fake news,” as illustrated by the...

Bovay Seminar & Lunch: Yinglu Wang (MSE), Polymer Grafted Nanoparticles: Possibilities and Implications

Bovay Seminar in Engineering Ethics Yinglu Wang (MSE) Polymer Grafted Nanoparticles: Possibilities and Implications All are welcome; lunch will be...

Canaries in the Coal Mine: Bornean Ape Calls as Early-Warning Indicators of Anthropogenic Change

Part of the Ronald and Janette Gatty series Wendy M. Erb, Postdoctoral Fellow, Lab of Ornithology, Cornell University Borneo’s tropical forests belong to...

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...

Reppy  Institute world dove

Shana Gadarian, Associate Professor of Political Science, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, will speak at 12:15 pm in...

"Testing Tertill: Introducing a solar-powered robotic weeder and initial efficacy results"- Kristine Averill

Kristine Averill Cornell University As a plant community ecologist, my research interests broadly lie in understanding the impacts of abiotic, biotic, and...

Tamar Sharabi

Approaches to Energizing our Cities, the View from inside a Municipal Utility Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW) is the Nation’s largest municipally owned natural...

Gretel Pelto, PhD | Assessing the implications of intra-cultural diversity in small sample-size ethnographic studies conducted to support nutrition interventions

The Program in International Nutrition in the Division of Nutritional Sciences is pleased to host the Seminar in International Nutrition with guest speaker ...

NBB Seminar Speaker: Daniel Turner-Evans, HHMI Janelia Research Campus

Neural circuit motifs for computations that underlie navigation: Linking structure to function

LEPP Theory Seminar: Niccolo Cribiori, Vienna

Uplifting anti-D-branes Abstract: Anti-D-branes are extended dynamical objects in string theory which break completely the supersymmetry of the background....

Why You Need a Lawyer: Legal Advice for Launching a Startup

The internet is overflowing with tantalizing offers of “free legal advice” and “free legal documents” for startups. If you think that sounds too good to be...

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Weekly Seminar Series featuring Meredith Holgerson; St. Olaf College; Title: Limnology underdogs: The local and global significance of ponds; Host: Goodale

Meredith Holgerson, St. Olaf College Title: Limnology underdogs: The local and global significance of ponds A106 Morison Room, 2/20/20 2:30PM

Work Talks - Work Authorization for International Students

Come learn about work authorization options and application procedures for F-1 and J-1 students approaching graduation, as well as for summer employment for...

French Conversation Hour (Beginning)

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,...

"Strategies and Tactics Developed at the University of Michigan to Enhance Diversity and Excellence in the Hiring Process"

The University of Michigan’s STRIDE (Strategies and Tactics for Recruiting to Improve Diversity and Excellence) committee provides information and advice to...

Rupert Freeman

Even in the age of big data and machine learning, human knowledge and preferences still play a large part in decision making. For some tasks, such as...

American Sign Language Conversation Hour (Beginning)

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,...

CIAMS Lecture Series: Becky Martin

Tradition and Innovation in the Satrap Sarcophagus from Sidon

Intro to VR

Learn about and experience the basics of virtual reality; no experience required!

Linguistics Colloquium Speaker: Helena Aparicio

The Department of Linguistics is pleased to welcome Dr. Helena Aparicio from MIT. A light reception will follow the talk.

The Findley History of Art Lecture Series - Karen Strassler

Title: From Art to Porn: Watching the Image-Event in Indonesia’s Public Sphere Abstract: In September 2005, members of the Islamic Defenders Front descended...

Polson Film Series 2020: Last Train Home

Last Train Home: Millions of workers return to the countryside from Chinese cities every spring for the New Year’s holiday. As an event, this annual return...

Katherine Behar: Digitally Divided: The Art of Algorithmic (In)Decision

Katherine Behar is an interdisciplinary artist whose works exploring gender and labor in contemporary digital culture have appeared throughout North America...

Christmas Tree Research and Extension update

For Christmas trees, as with other crops,there are always new pests and new methods for managing them. We will cover recent research on needlecast and...

Orlando

1992 > UK/Russia/France/Italy/Netherlands > Directed by Sally Potter With Tilda Swinton, Billy Zane Based on the novel by Virginia Woolf, this is the lavish...

Two tango dancers in silhouette

Join us from 8:00 to 10:30 and dance to traditional tango music. Argentine tango is an improvised dance based on walking, listening, and maintaining a...

CANCELLED ¡Bailemos! Salsa Partnerwork Spring Series

Salsa Partnerwork When: Thursdays 8-9 pm Where: Willard Straight Hall, Room 215 (The Garden Room) What: This class is where you learn to step up your...

Finger Knitting with APO

Join Keeton Residents and APO and hand knit blankets to donate to Catholic Charities!

Improv Games

Description:Come for a night full of theatrical games, fresh cookies and drinks with AC Jake! Bring your becker mugs/own cups!

Ghost in the Shell

introduced by Andrew Campana (Asian Studies) 1996 > Japan > Directed by Mamoru Oshii As stunning as any animated film you'll likely see, surpassing in...

Therapy Dog Thursday

Come destress and cuddle with AC Cheyenne's service dog, Koda!

Thursday, February 20