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Events

Monday, October 25

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Chautauqua County 4-H is holding a training for volunteers who serve on advisory committees and have served less than five years. This training will be...

Halloween Happenings Photo Contest 2021

It's Baaaaaaack! Cornell Recreation Connection proudly presents the Halloween Photo Contest for 2021! Eligibility: Open to all Cornell staff, faculty, and...

Virtual Event
FeGenes study flyer

The FeGenes Study, led by the O'Brien and Gu Labs, is seeking participants. This study seeks to understand population differences in iron absorption and...

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Virtual 4-H Open House Register by Thursday, October 24 by midnight in order to **pick up your free welcome kit at our office on Friday, October 22 after...

Photo of imprisoned Nikolai Vavilov (1887-1943), Saratov, Russia 1940

Nikolai Vavilov was the most brilliant plant geneticist of the early Soviet Union, achieving worldwide scientific fame, yet he died in prison with his work...

Landscape Sculptures: Conversations with Land and Water

A new exhibit by Finger Lakes artist June Szabo opens the 2021/2022 public programming year at Mann Library on the Cornell University Ag Quad. “Landscape...

We the Seditious People, by Ammar Ali Jan

South Asia is experiencing rising authoritarianism. The targets of right-wing movements are progressive forces who are increasingly viewed as outsiders...

11am
Virtual Event
Joint Labor Economics & School of Public Policy Workshop: Nikolai Boboshko

Nikolai Boboshko, Cornell University—Ph.D. Candidate

image with graphic of open lock and text: "Open Access Week 2021, Oct. 25-41, Cornell University Library"

Academic libraries and publishers are experimenting with a range of novel approaches to supporting open access. We will provide and overview of two current...

Cait McCarthy & Jordan Young: Translations + Projections

"Imagination is not held within the mind, but it is potentially active in all the areas of transition from persons to objects or pictures. It operates, in...

EEB Seminar Series- Phyllis Coley

Title: Is the high diversity in tropical forests driven by the interactions of plants and their herbivores? Hosted by Monica Geber and Anurag Agrawal

Venture! Lecture Series Organized by Florian Idenburg

Venture! Design can be understood as "giving form to things to come." One enters a design trajectory to work towards a set of desired outcomes. In the past,...

"Modernity and Revolution in the Beehive: The Displacement of the Honeybee of Yucatán and the Birth of Tropical Apiculture in 20th-century México BD," by Angélica Márquez-Osuna, LACS Weekly Seminar Series

This chapter illustrates how after the Mexican Revolution in the 1920s, the Yucatan Peninsula became a prolific region for experimentation and development of...

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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,...

PIHE’s Entrepreneur in Residence: Jacob Wright, MBA '22

Key areas of expertise: DevelopmentLeadershipBusiness FormationJacob G. Wright started his first business at the age of 18 and became a serial entrepreneur...

Bioinformatics Workshop: R and Rstudio

This workshop does NOT teach you how to do statistics with R. For that purpose, you can take workshops offered by CSCU. Instead, this workshop covers how to...

Lucy Suchman

Speaker will be presenting virtually Empires of Data: Recovering the Radical Openness of a World of Many Worlds* This talk is in conversation with STS and...

Prof. Leslie Murry outdoors smiling

presented by Prof. Leslie Murray (University of Florida) and hosted by Prof. Kyle Lancaster

Andrew Strominger sitting on the stairs

General Physics Colloquium, Professor Andrew Strominger, the Gwill E. York Professor of Physics, Harvard University Title: Memory, Soft Theorems and the...

Contemporary China Initiative: Decolonizing Chinese Historiography

James Millward, Professor of Inter-societal History, Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University Decolonizing Chinese Historiography—with special...

4:45pm
Virtual Event
Bridge Experience

Feeling like you need some time after graduation to reflect on your interests and goals? Want to improve your skills for a graduate program or future career...

4:45pm
Virtual Event
Invisible Bodies: Psychoanalysis, Subjugated Knowledges, and Intimate Ethics in Postwar Egypt

Omnia El Shakry specializes in the intellectual and cultural history of the modern Middle East, with a particular emphasis on the history of the human and...

4:45pm
Virtual Event
Inscribed portrait of Yone Noguchi to Charles Warren Stoddard, 1897, Bancroft Library, Berkeley, CA.

Organized by the Public History Initaitive History is often seen as a tool of the victors. Yet, activists have more recently used the discursive and public...

5pm
Virtual Event
Leaders in Sustainable Global Enterprise - Natalie Grillon (MBA ’12), Executive Director at Open Apparel Registry

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

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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,...

Monday, October 25