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Events

Tuesday, September 6

ADK Afterschool Program - Boonville Elem.

This FREE 4-H afterschool program includes hands-on child enrichment opportunities, including youth development activities in the following areas: arts and...

ADK Afterschool Program - West Leyden Elem.

This FREE 4-H afterschool program includes hands-on child enrichment opportunities, including youth development activities in the following areas: arts and...

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...

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...

Bradley Verhelle: Mnemonic Mercury

Mnemonic Mercury is an exhibit of color film photography connected through themes of memory, empathy, identity, forgetting, illness, retention, and...

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...

Cornell Biennial: "Immersive Portraits of COVID: [Pause]" by So-Yeon Yoon

This exhibit will focus on 3D data-visualization art in an immersive 3D display environment portraying COVID19 as abstract images of the viewer’s face and...

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...

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

Key areas of expertise: Hotel OperationsMerger and Acquisitions AttorneyFamily Business OwnershipNegotiated, Structured Draft AgreementsTeam Building and...

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...

Behavioral Economics Workshop:  Heather Schofield

Heather Schofield, University of Pennsylvania Cognitive Endurance as Human Capital, (joint w/Christina Brown, Supreet Kaur, and Geeta Kindon) Abstract: ...

Econometrics Workshop: Azeem Shaikh

Azeem Shaikh, Chicago Booth Inference for Large-Scale Linear Systems with Known Coefficients Abstract: This paper considers the problem of testing whether...

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...

 LASSP & AEP Seminar by Gleb Finkelstein (Duke University)

Gleb Finkelstein Professor of Physics Duke University "Chiral Andreev edge states in the quantum Hall regime" We explore graphene samples in a contact with...

Does Dual Citizenship Reproduce Inequalities?

Robtel Neajai Pailey is an IAD guest speaker who will speak to this question and more at a lecture based around her work in Development, (Dual) Citizenship...

 Inequality Discussion Group with Peter Rich

CSI’s Inequality Discussion Groups bring together Cornell faculty and graduate students from around campus to discuss and improve their in-progress...

Rudensky

"Dominant Tolerance" Dr. Alexander Sasha Rudensky Chair, Immunology Program, SKI Director, Ludwig Center at MSK Memorial Sloan Kettering

Oscar Mazzoleni sits in front of a bookcase.

There is a strong tendency in social and political sciences to simplify the academic use of the concept of populism. This is what populists do when they...

Made in China: Artworks for Chinese Muslims

Talk by Qamar Adamjee This talk, a research project in its early stages, takes three 18th century Qing-period enameled vessels in the Denver Art Museum...

PIHE: Open House

Come visit us at our new location in 189 Statler Hall! Tuesday, September 6, 4:30 – 6:00 p.m. 189 Statler Hall Your new home for hospitality...

Cornell Career Services

Are you an international student that is going to interview for jobs? Do you have questions about how to prepare for a behavioral interview? Do you wonder...

4:45pm
Virtual Event
American Studies welcome reception

A chance for the American Studies faculty and students to come together and enjoy some light refreshments while celebrating a start to the new academic year....

Shop Talk: Translation Matters

Please join us for a discussion on the importance of translation with Haruki Lee, Valzhyna Mort, and Edmundo Paz-Soldon. Haruki Lee was born in Japan in...

Tuesday, September 6