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Events

Monday, March 2

Handcrafted Pie Dish for Raffle

The Bake Your Heart Out benefit has raised over $430 for wildlife rescue in Australia so far. There's one more opportunity to donate to win a prize. A hand...

Bioinformatics Workshop: Linux for Biologists

This workshop is designed to prepare a biologist to work in an interactive Linux environment of our BioHPC Lab workstations. We will then cover basics of...

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...

Cooking With Chickpeas

If bringing a guest, please register your guest separately to reserve their space. Workshop fee includes samples, take home product and recipes. Due to...

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...

Paloma Vianey: Not Made in Mexico

Not Made in Mexico is an exhibition that challenges the contemporary standard perception of the U.S.–Mexico border. The body of work in the show attempts to...

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...

ULI Hines Student Competition

The ULI Hines Student Competition, now in its 18th year, is part of the Urban Land Institute's ongoing education initiative to raise interest among students...

Vivian Lin: BIGSOFTFUNGI: The Mush Room

BIGSOFTFUNGI was created in collaboration with the Carnegie Mellon University Textiles Lab and engages with cutting-edge knitting fabrication technology to...

Manos Mavrikakis - Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering

The Nature of the Active Site in and Improved Catalysts for Heterogeneous Catalysis: Insights from Molecular Modeling Addressing the question of the nature...

Supervising Farm Employees: Labor Ready Training Dutchess County

Join us for a hands-on two-day intensive workshop to explore best practices in supervising farm employees. Participants will learn concepts in leadership and...

Muhammad Shahbaz

Abstract: Modern data-center networks need to be fast (high throughput and low latency) and flexible (programmable). Today, with the demise of Moore’s Law...

Seminar @ Cornell Tech: Muhammad Shahbaz

"Fast and Flexible Data-Center Networks" Modern data-center networks need to be fast (high throughput and low latency) and flexible (programmable). Today,...

Alexandro Segade: Selves Among Others: An Artist's Talk

Alexandro Segade is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores the formation of collective identities through collaborative performance, video, writing,...

Joint Labor Economics & Public Economics Workshop: Scott Imberman

Scott Imberman - Michigan State University Parental Human Capital Traits, Assortative Mating, and Autism Spectrum Disorder in Children (With Todd Elder,...

11:40am
Sharaf DarZaid

March 2, 12–1:30 p.m. Film Forum, Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts Join us for a public talk by guest-artist-in-dance Sharaf DarZaid: "Art under...

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CUHA clinical nutritionist Dr. John Loftus will be giving a lecture about companion animal homemade diets. This event is sponsored by GPSAFC and is open to...

Transforming Community Health in Partnership with People with a History of Incarceration

BCTR Talks at Twelve: Emily Wang Dr. Emily Wang, MD, MAS, is an associate professor in the Yale School of Medicine and directs the Health Justice Lab. The...

TB in women: Weill Cornell's collaboration with BJ Government Medical College (Pune, India), by Jyoti Mathad

One in five women worldwide carries latent tuberculosis infection (LTBI), and 3 million are diagnosed with active tuberculosis (TB) each year. Of the nearly...

"Invaders on our doorstep:Spotted lanternfly biology and management"- Elizabeth Lamb

Elizabeth Lamb Cornell University Betsy works with producers of greenhouse ornamental crops, vegetables and hops, nursery crops and Christmas trees to find...

Communication Colloquium Series: Corrupt Personalization: The Challenges of the Feed as a Genre of Information

In this talk, Dr. Christian Sandvig will argue that automated filtering, curation, and recommendation systems have propelled "the feed" to the status of a...

Svante L. Myrick

Svante L. Myrick was sworn into office in January 2012 and became, at 24, the City of Ithaca's youngest Mayor and first Mayor of color. Svante was first...

Public Humanities in Practice

A central goal of the Rural Humanities Initiative on our campus is to help humanists and others imagine the multiple, dynamic ways in which humanistic modes...

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...

Chemistry Seminar - “Synthetic Innovations For Drug Discovery”

Dan Lehnherr and Emma K. Edelstein (Merck Rahway)

Eduardo Rico - Dairy Center of Excellence Spring Seminar Series

As part of the Dairy Center of Excellence's Spring Seminal Series, Eduardo Rico will be presenting a seminar on "The role of dairy products in healthy diets:...

Ancient Philosophy Lecture

Professor Dimitri El Murr (École Normale Supérieure) will give a talk entitled “Platonic Zoology”

COAST (Short Film Screening)

COAST is a narrative short film written and directed by Iyanah Bativala. The film follows two people from vastly varying socioeconomic backgrounds, in the...

Introduction to Market Research

Understanding the consumer is essential for any successful business. Market research encompasses a number of aspects critical to understanding the consumer,...

CISER Training

Registration for CISER workshops are suggested but not mandatory. Overview of the capabilities of Stata. Topics and exercises include entering, accessing,...

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,...

SPEAK AND BE HEARD: Communication Tools for Career Success with Eliza VanCort

Professionals at the top of their fields are not simply subject matter experts, they are also highly skilled communicators who message quickly and easily...

World Theater Voices: A Conversation with Jorgelina Cerritos

The acclaimed Salvadoran writer will visit Ithaca to coincide with the English-language première of her play On the Other Side of the Sea (Al otro lado del...

Technique Classes with Guest Artist Sharaf DarZaid

February 26–March 5 MW 4:50–6:20 p.m. TR 2:55–4:10 p.m. & 4:50–6:20 p.m. Room 320, Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts Join us for AfroDabke dance...

Career Readiness: Recognizing and Articulating Your Skills to Employers

Learn how to convey valuable transferable skills to prospective employers. And learn how these and other experiences help build skills in the competencies...

Orientation to Certificate in Engaged Leadership

You’ll build on your interests and apply your experiences (from courses to extracurricular activities) to our program to develop the skills you need to be a...

What to do in Health Care Besides Medical School

Are you pre-health? Not sure about medical school? Wondering what other options are out there? Join us for an information session with Cornell career health...

Be the Change: Pre-Engagement Workshop

Being an engaged leader takes specific skills and understanding. At the Be the Change Workshops, you’ll have the opportunity to build both while learning...

Rose House: Table Talk - The Equal Rights Amendment

The Equal Rights Amendment, approved by Congress in 1972, has been getting renewed interest recently with several state legislatures ratifying the amendment...

CANCELLED Keeton Collective

Bring your programming ideas to Keeton Collective!

Mindfulness Monday for First Years: Massage Night!

First years! Take time to take care of yourself! Come study, then get a massage. In-person sign-up in the Tatkon library required starting at 7pm. You must...

Gold Diggers of 1933

1933 > USA > Directed by Mervyn Le Roy With Warren William, Joan Blondell, Ginger Rogers, Ruby Keeler A fantastic Busby Berkeley musical about young women...

Monday, March 2