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Friday, October 29

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LEAD RENOVATION, REPAIR, & PAINTING (RRP-REFRESHER) October 2021 TRAINING-CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED- REGISTER TODAY. There is no cost for this training. Included...

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The Game of Logging is a world-recognized training curriculum that teaches chainsaw skills. At this women only full day class, participants come with their...

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...

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...

Let's Meditate with Cornell Wellness

Fridays, 9:00am-9:30am, running September 17 through October 29 w/Kerry Howell and November 5 through December 17 w/Ruth Merle-DoyleRegister here for this...

9am
Virtual Event
Thailand, 19th century. Porcelain tray with overglaze enamels. Gift of Ruth B. Sharp.

“(Re)collecting” signifies the active process of remembering and draws attention to the power of collections to elicit memories and histories and to act as...

Nicholas Galanin, "We Dreamt Deaf" (2015)

Art and Environmental Struggle brings together the work of twenty artists responding to environmental challenges occurring in their countries and...

Cornell ECE Ph.D. Program Overview and Information Session

Learn about our Ph.D. program, degree requirements, the admission process and available financial support. Get tips on what makes a strong applicant. Meet...

10am
Virtual Event
Felice Giani, “Virgil and Dante in the Bark of Charon” (detail)

In 1892, as Willard Fiske, Cornell University’s first librarian, was restoring a villa near Florence, he impulsively purchased a 1536 edition of the Divine...

Visions of Dante Guided Tour for Medieval Studies faculty and graduate students

Friday, October 29, at 10:00 am Laurent Ferri (curator of the pre-1800 collections of the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections) will offer a special...

Faith Ringgold, "Seven Passages to a Flight" (1998)

Following the 2020 centennial of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, this exhibition looks at the creative history of women expressing themselves in...

Brandon Barton ’03

Key areas of expertise: Restaurant TechnologyStartupsSaaSSalesBrandon is a hospitality tech entrepreneur who has used his experience working in operations...

11:30am
Virtual Event
Eli Clare, workshop on "Creating Categories"

In this lunchtime discussion, participants will talk with Eli Clare about some of his newest work. In preparation for the gathering, Eli will share a current...

11:30am
Virtual Event
image with graphic of open lock and text: "Open Access Week 2021, Oct. 25-41, Cornell University Library"

In the context of a university such as Cornell, open access is often viewed through the lens of academic scholarship. But it can be, and is, so much more....

Amy Hsin | Innovations in Population Science Seminar

Amy Hsin (Queens College, City University of New York), title TBD This event is hosted by the Cornell Population Center and co-sponsored by the Center for...

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...

Latina/o Studies Fridays with Faculty Seminar Series

The Latina/o Studies Program Fridays with Faculty seminar offers an opportunity for Latina/o and non-Latina/o students of all levels and disciplines to meet...

Yiddish Conversation Hour

Meetings are open to all. We will provide an informal gathering "space" for any and all who wish to speak and hear Yiddish. The subject of conversation will...

12pm
Virtual Event
Seminars in Infection & Immunity (VETMI 7120)

Putting the spotlight on the molecular choreography of viral RNAs Alex Borodavka, PhD Sir Henry Dale Research Fellow Department of Biochemistry University...

12:15pm
Virtual Event
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“The Implications of Recognizing and Discussing Racial Bias” to be presented by Sylvia Perry, Department of Psychology, Northwestern University In person...

Joint BEDR Workshop and Psychology Colloquium: Sylvia Perry

Sylvia Perry, Northwestern Psychology "The Implications of Recognizing and Discussing Racial Bias" ...

Ezra's Round Table / Systems Seminar: Bing Dong (Syracuse) - Occupant-Centric Ecosystem: from Smart Buildings to Smart Cities

By 2050, a staggering 70% of the world’s population is projected to live and work in cities, while two-thirds of global primary energy consumption will be...

Lyndsey Deaton: No Place to Play? Studies of How Adolescents Use Public Space in Dispossessed Communities

Bio: Lyndsey Deaton, Ph.D., RA, AICP, PMP is passionate about current issues of social sustainability in the city. She engages these issues through academic...

BLM projection of Malcolm X on Lee Memorial, Richmond, VA.

Design has emerged as a transversal site of critical and creative engagement for designers, researchers, and marginalized communities around the world,...

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,...

Gallery Talk: Fashioning Sustainable Luxury With Mimi Prober

Designer Mimi Prober’s signature clothing collections are based on “honoring the hands that created the art” — crafting what WWD described as “a zero-waste,...

1pm
Virtual Event
Master of Public Health Student Showcase

Learn more about how MPH students work with organizations to improve public health around the world! Join us in the CVM atrium from 1:00-2:30 on October 29,...

Photo of Mann Library on Ag Quad in Fall

Mann Library has kicked off the fall 2021 semester with a lively roster of exhibits in our fully re-opened library. We are pleased to invite the Cornell...

PIHE Entrepreneurs in Residence: Robert Gregor '00, JD '07

Key areas of expertise: Hotel OperationsMerger and Acquisitions AttorneyFamily Business OwnershipNegotiated, structures draft agreementsTeam building and...

2pm
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BME7900 Seminar - Jennifer Elisseeff, PhD

For our next speaker in our seminar series, we welcome Dr. Jennifer Elisseeff from Johns Hopkins University. She is the Morton Goldberg Professor and...

Anthropology Colloquium:  Brian Horton

Shimmers in the Dark: On the Possibilities of Intimate Touch in Bombay’s Queer Sexpublics Abstract:In Bombay’s cruising parks, gay parties, pride...

Quantum Theory Seminar with Utkarsh Agrawal

Informal seminar series on latest quantum theory development by up and coming https://arxiv.org/abs/2107.10279 Seminar are virtual and will be livestreamed...

3pm
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Lester Mackey in black and white striped shirt

Abstract: This talk will introduce two new tools for summarizing a probability distribution more effectively than independent sampling or standard Markov...

3:30pm
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Cognitive Science Colloquium Series

Marisa Casillas Comparative Human Development University of Chicago Macro and Micro Patterns in Child Language Development: A Cross-Cultural...

3:30pm
Virtual Event
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The Cornell Classcial Chinese Colloquium 古文品讀 warmly welcomes Tim Brook, of the University of British Columbia, to lead a text reading on Qiu Jun's Daxue...

3:30pm
Virtual Event
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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,...

Classics Speakers Series: Hendrik Lorenz

Hendrik Lorenz (Professor, Princeton University) will give a talk entitled, "Aristotle on Defining Souls" on Friday, October 29, 2021 at 4:30...

Reach for the Sky

By Cole Romero ‘22 with music by Luke Ellis ‘24 Reach for The Sky is an original experience with music that follows Sky as they journey through their mind...

Café con Leche

Join us this Fall for the Latino Living Center Café con Leche Series. This series allows students, student organizations, programs and departments to present...

Cornell Games Club Weekly Meeting

We play board games, card games, miniatures games, and role-playing games (RPGs). Attendance is free and open to anyone. Rules are taught for most games.

Mandabi

1968 > Senegal > Directed by Ousmane Sembene With Mamadou Guye, Ynousse N'Diaye The story of an elderly family patriarch, a likably self-centered man of...

Protestor holding sign saying stop gun violence

Gun violence is a uniquely American problem among rich nations of the world, a major cause of life expectancy gaps between the US and other developed...

Brahms Chamber Music: CU Music

Miri Yampolsky and Xak Bjerken welcome guests Steven Doane (cello), Xiao-Dong Wang (violin), and Colin Brookes (viola) for two concerts of Brahms piano trios...

Cryptozoo

2021 > USA > Directed by Dash Shaw With Voices of Lake Bell, Michael Cera, Emily Davis Zookeepers at a zoo for fantastical and magical creatures search for...

Friday, October 29