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Events

Friday, September 2

Cornell Biennial: "Sage Hill" by Jennifer Birkeland and Jonathan A. Scelsa

In the future, it is understood that communities will continue to develop and migrate across the landscape, clearing forests, hillsides, and habitat. These...

Cornell Biennial: "Waste Not" by Matéa LeBeau and Bella Culotta

Human waste cycling is the circular system of reclaiming valuable nutrients from human waste to use as fertilizers and soil amendments. Municipalities...

First Fridays Logo

First Fridays of Ithaca is a monthly social networking event for diverse professionals of Central New York. It’s a great opportunity to network and...

McNair Scholars Info Sessions

Interested in Getting a PhD? Are you... a First Generation College Student with demonstrated high financial need? OR a Member of a group Historically...

PreProfessional Programs (P3) Is Recruiting Applicants!

Interested in a career in a STEM field? Or a career that requires a license? P3 is a program for you! P3 is a programming and support initative to recruit,...

Image of color patterns created by soil microbes in a mud painting by Jeni Wightman.

A new exhibit at Mann Library presents a bioart installation by artist and life scientist Jenifer Wightman. In conjunction with a retrospective eighteen...

Group Show: Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction is a group show displaying the papermaking works of Mia Brown-Seguin (B.F.A. '24), Erin Giombetti (B.F.A. '23), Julianne Hunter (Visiting...

Measures and Meaning

Architecture at 150 | Art at 100 Visit an exhibition of selected artworks by the AAP community on view across the college's galleries and exhibition spaces...

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...

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...

Cornell Biennial: "The Animal, Vegetable, Mineralness of Everything" by Ken Feingold

An international pioneer of robotic and artificial intelligence art, Ken Feingold exhibits this compelling installation for the first time on the East Coast...

Cornell Biennial: Screening of "In Vitro" by Larissa Sansour and Søren Lind

This extraordinarily haunting film was featured in Sansour’s 2019 Venice Biennale installation, Heirloom. In Vitro ponders the mixed fortunes of Alia, a...

Nanofiber-based Electrochemical Transducers for Point-of-Care Devices

Point-of-care tests (POCT) are rapid, simple, portable, inexpensive, and convenient-to-use diagnostic tests that don’t need much introduction considering...

clocktower and markers on a map

Join Cornell's annual sustainability scavenger hunt and complete sustainability missions across campus to earn points & win prizes. Who will win? All...

Yiddish Conversation Hour

We will provide an informal gathering "space" for any and all who wish to speak and hear Yiddish. The subject of conversation will depend on the interests of...

12pm
Virtual Event
Anant Maringanti: The Hyderabad Urban Lab: Exploring an Alternate Mode of Practice

Abstract: In a conversation with CRP Professor Neema Kudva, Anant Maringanti will explore how the Hyderabad Urban Lab (HUL) was created, the context within...

Ezra's Round Table / Systems Seminar: Barry Smith (University at Buffalo)

The Ontology of Complex Systems and the Limits of Artificial Intelligence The book Why Machines Will Not Rule the World (published August 2022), sets out a...

LEPP Theory Seminar: Maximilian Ruhdorfer (Cornell)

Title: RG of GR from on-shell amplitudes Abstract: We study the renormalization group of generic effective field theories that include gravity. We follow...

Fall 2020 Colloquium (Sept 2)

The first Institute for German Cultural Studies' Colloquium in the Fall 2022 series will be given by Michael Kämper-van den Boogaart on Friday, September 2,...

BME7900 Seminar Series - Chastity Bradford, PhD

We kick off our Fall semester series with Dr. Chastity Bradford from Tuskegee University. Dr. Bradford is the Chair of the Department of...

The image shows the word Neurodiversity above a white head containing an infinity symbol with multiple dots in different colors. The head is looking forward, toward the future. The infinity symbol and a variety of colors represent the neurodiversity community. Below the infinity symbol it reads "@ Cornell"

If you identify as autistic or having autism, this is a group for you! No formal diagnosis is required to join. You don't need to be completely sure you...

4pm
Virtual Event
Cornell Center for Historical Keyboards Salon: CU Music

CCHK Salon: In “Lisette—A Song’s Journey From Haiti and Back,” baritone Jean Bernard Cerin and fortepianist Nicholas Mathew explore the tale— across...

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.

Sundance Film Festival Shorts Tour 2022

2022 > Various > Directed by Various The 2022 Sundance Film Festival Short Film Tour is a 95-minute theatrical program of 7 short films curated from the 2022...

Everything Everywhere All at Once

2022 > USA > Directed by Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert With Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Jamie Lee Curtis, Ke Huy Quan The absurdist fantasy kung-fu comedy...

Friday, September 2