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Events

Thursday, March 17

"Untitled" by Allen J. Lester. Image provided courtesy of the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Archives

Dressing the Circus is an exhibition curated by Jenny Leigh Du Puis (Phd Candidate, ’22, Apparel Design) that explores the history, fashion, function, and...

Honeyberry

Come join us at Cornell Cooperative Extension for our 4-H Activity Night event on March 21, 2024, from 6 pm-8 pm. 4-H’ers will participate in an animal...

Anna Dietzsch: Forest City

Forest City is a platform in evolution, a manifest for an alternative city that results from the productive encounter of the forest (and its dwellers),...

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Join the two-month campaign to reduce waste, improve reuse and recycling, and rethink our campus relationship to goods and materials. 2022 campaign begins...

Ecological Calendars: Finding Hope in the Face of Climate Change

An exhibit in the Nevin Welcome Center, “Ecological Calendars: Finding Hope in the Face of Climate Change,” brings together art, photography, prints, and...

Employee Assembly George Peter Award for Dedicated Service

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 10TH The Cornell University Employee Assembly is pleased to open nominations for the 2022 George Peter Award for Dedicated...

Virtual Event
Honeyberry

Cornell Cooperative Extension is pleased to announce the Supporting Healthy Families Program. This class will be offered via ZOOM for five Thursdays...

The Magic Years Session 2

The Magic Years will be held on Thursdays starting March 17th and ending April 21st. The class will go from 3 PM to 5 PM at Cornell Cooperative Extension of...

The Middle Years Session 2

The Middle Years will be held on Thursdays starting March 17th and ending April 21st. The class will go from 5 PM to 7 PM at Cornell Cooperative Extension of...

Dressing the Circus

Dressing the Circus [past event]

Curated by Jenny Leigh Du Puis, PhD candidate '22, Apparel Design, Dressing the Circus explores the history, fashion, function, and labor behind circus...

Mia Brown-Seguin: A Place in Time

"Soon my body will decay. I will exist as the same matter that makes up the rest of existence. I will become something new, or maybe I will become multiple...

Model Organisms

Model Organisms [past event]

In 1882 Cornell University’s first president, Andrew Dickson White, ordered a set of glass models of marine invertebrates made by Leopold and Rudolph...

Synergy: An Upcycling/Recycling Exhibit

CHE’s Green Ambassadors will be curating “Synergy”, an upcycling/recycling exhibit, to be held in the Jill Stuart Gallery, Human Ecology Building from March...

Trapped in the Middle: The Effect of Income Inequality on the Middle Class in America

Our country is based on the idea of the middle class as the foundation of a strong and stable American democracy. Yet the costs of being in the middle class...

Jessica Tanzer. The Box. 1990.

“Artists are here to disturb the peace.” -- James Baldwin 1961 Through her actions and photography, Jessica Tanzer disturbed the peace. The tradition of...

Landscape Technician Training Program

Spend 6 weeks learning about the amazing field of horticulture - focusing on the many jobs and career paths available. Interact with employers from the...

L. A. Hyder. Cover image for the first issue of On Our Backs, 1984. Gelatin silver print.

On Our Backs magazine launched in San Francisco in 1984 promising, per the tagline on the cover, “entertainment for the adventurous lesbian.” The...

Virology Journal Club

Virology Journal Club [past event]

The Cornell Virology Journal Club meets on Thursdays from 9:00am to 10:00am and is led by Dr. Colin Parrish, and Dr. Brian Wasik. We discuss papers that have...

9am
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Berenice Abbott: Portraits of Women, 1925–1930

The famed American documentarian Berenice Abbott (1898–1991) began her career in photography as Man Ray’s darkroom assistant in Paris in 1923. Within three...

Joanna Malinowska, "4 Point Hudson Bay Blanket," 2016. Courtesy of Canada, NY.

Faculty in Cornell’s Department of Art are invited to exhibit work at the Johnson every few years, providing an opportunity for both the university community...

Jessica Tanzer. The Box. 1990.

“Artists are here to disturb the peace.” -- James Baldwin 1961 Through her actions and photography, Jessica Tanzer disturbed the peace. The tradition of...

Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, "Horse Sense," 1994. Gift of donors to the Johnson Museum, by exchange

Powering Exchange was curated by the Johnson’s Education Department to support teaching at Cornell and in the broader community, in consultation with...

L. A. Hyder. Cover image for the first issue of On Our Backs, 1984. Gelatin silver print.

On Our Backs magazine launched in San Francisco in 1984 promising, per the tagline on the cover, “entertainment for the adventurous lesbian.” The...

JEB (Joan. E. Biren), "Darquita and Denyeta, Alexandria, Virginia," from "Eye to Eye: Portraits of Lesbians," 1979

This exhibition assembles a selection of photobooks from the Cornell Library that function as protests, from passionate cries for social justice to...

Seymour Lipton (1903–1986), Untitled, 1953–59. Conte crayon on paper. Gift of Alan Lipton.

Seymour Lipton II [past event]

The abstract expressionist sculptor Seymour Lipton (1903–1986) represented the United States at the Venice Biennale in 1958. In the following decades he had...

Mohamed Melehi, "Composition," 1970. Collection of the Barjeel Art Foundation, Sharjah, UAE.

Taking Shape: Abstraction from the Arab World, 1950s–1980s explores mid-20th-century abstract art from North Africa, West Asia, and the Arab diaspora—a vast...

Udit Gupta headshot

Faster, smarter, and greener systems for data-center scale AI The modern Internet is driven by AI-centric services that determine how we interact with...

S.C. Tsiang Macroeconomics Workshop: Joachim Hubmer

Joachim Hubmer, University of Pennsylvania "Not a Typical Firm: The Joint Dynamics of Firms, Labor Shares, and Capital-Labor Substitution" (joint with...

Henry Maar

This is a hybrid event. Registration information is below. Dr. Henry Maar argues for the significance of the often-overlooked Nuclear Weapons Freeze...

11:25am
Uris Hall, G08
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Millennial Beauty Bias: The implications of retail store design in Black beauty supply stores

Shopping experiences in beauty retail stores are often imagined as frivolous, temporary pursuits of pleasure. Yet, from the perspective of millennial Black...

Writing NIH Specific Aims for Social and Behavioral Sciences

CCSS, in partnership with Cornell Center for Health Equity (CCHEq) and the Cornell Population Center (CPC), hosted four, hour-long workshops open to all...

12pm
Virtual Event
Energy Engineering Seminar:  Amy Marschilok, Stony Brook University

Amy Marschilok, Stony Brook University “Electrochemistry-based and electrochemistry-coupled characterization of energy storage materials” Batteries...

Lessons from Democracies at Risk: A Global Perspective

The United States is not the only country where democracy is vulnerable. The forces of polarization, populism, and autocracy have provoked deep conflict and...

12:30pm
Virtual Event
Neural Dynamics in Behavior and Sleep

Neural Dynamics in Behavior and Sleep

12:30pm
Virtual Event
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Weekly meeting to discuss topical papers about Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases (EEID), drawn from both new and older literature. Attendance and...

Justin George

Issues in African Development Seminar Series examines critical concerns in contemporary Africa using a different theme each semester. The seminars provide a...

Cornell Department of Astronomy & Space Sciences Spring 2022 Colloquium Series

"One Spectrum, Two Numbers: The Mass-Radius Relation for Neutron Stars". David Helfand, Columbia University Abstract: Ninety years ago, Chadwick discovered...

Materials Science and Engineering Seminar Series

Optically Induced Polarization Phenomena in Complex Oxides: Surprises from Femtosecond Structural Studies Paul Evans, University of...

Stories from an Ancient Land: Perspectives on Wa History and Culture

The Wa people, who live between Burma and China, undercut many stereotypes about primitive mountain-folks. They are often labelled headhunters, but Magnus...

4pm
Virtual Event
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Cornell Dining

We're offering St. Patrick's Day inspired menus at four of our dining rooms: Becker House Dining Room, Jansen's Dining Room at Hans Bethe House, Risley...

Local Ithaca Theatre Company Meet and Greet

PMA will host a local Ithaca theatre company meet and greet in the Schwartz lobby on 3/17 from 4:30 pm-6:00 pm. Learn about cast and crew opportunities from...

Musicology Colloquium:  María Edurne Zuazu, "The Ends of Instruments"

María Edurne Zuazu works in music, sound, and media studies, and researches the intersections of material culture and sonic practices in relation to...

Global Health Seminar Series:  Where Do We Go From Here?  Climate Change, Migration, and Civil Strife

Office of International Medical Student Education presents: Global Health Seminar Series Where Do We Go From Here? Climate Change, Migration, and Civil...

5pm
Virtual Event
Brent Hayes Edwards photo by Nora Nicolini

"Clipping in and out of the Trenches: Black Radicalism and the Archive" Lecture by Brent Hayes Edwards Peng Family Professor of English and Comparative...

What is Design + Tech?

What is Design + Tech? [past event]

What is Design + Tech? This inaugural University-wide lecture series explores design research, technological innovation, scholarship, and collaboration...

Preston Thomas Memorial Symposium: Breaking Ground(s)

Architecture at 150 The Department of Architecture at Cornell was first established in 1871 by university cofounder, A.D. White within the purview of the...

Calling All Pianists

Calling All Pianists [past event]

Come share your favorite piece and listen to others play theirs. Use this weekly group to help motivate you to keep up with your playing. Share your talent...

Great Freedom

Great Freedom [past event]

2021 > Austria/Germany > Directed by Sebastian Meise With Franz Rogowski, Georg Friedrich "In post-war Germany, liberation by the Allies does not mean...

DocWatchers+: The Speed Cubers

This documentary captures the extraordinary twists and turns in the journeys of Rubik's Cube-solving champions Max Park and Feliks Zemdegs. For more...

Paprika

Paprika [past event]

2007 > Japan > Directed by Satoshi Kon With Megumi Hayashibara, T™ru Furuya, K™ichi Yamadera, Satomi Koorogi In this masterly example of Japanese anime that...

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