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Tuesday, January 31

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30-HOUR PESTICIDE APPLICATOR ELIGIBILITY TRAINING PROGRAM - 2023 DATES: January 31 | 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM - break - 1:00 PM - 4:15 PM February 2...

Exhibit: Seeds of Survival and Celebration

The mission of Cornell Botanic Gardens is to share the deep and enduring connections between the rich diversity of the plant world and the equally rich...

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CCE Niagara County is hosting this staff development training as the first step to becoming a Master Food Preserver. The program will equip staff who are...

Watercolor illustration of HMS Challenger ship off the icy coast of Prince Edward Island.

Humans have explored only about five per cent of our blue planet’s ocean habitat, but even that bit of progress has much to do with a sea voyage launched one...

Employee Assembly Award for Staff Integrity and Inclusion

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS The Cornell University Employee Assembly is pleased to announce we are now accepting nominations for the Award for Staff Integrity...

8am
Virtual Event
Isabelle McDonald: Remnants

Remnants is an object and photography-based project that remembers the 492 people who died during the Cocoanut Grove Nightclub fire of 1942. The material...

Making Meaning: CALS 2022 Engaged Learning Photography Exhibition

Cornell students have the good fortune of being able to learn about making meaningful contributions to the world via a wide array of engaged learning...

Sounding Fashion

Fashion resonates. Sounding Fashion voices presence, performance, and disturbance through a chorus of fashion objects. On display Dec. 12, 2022 - Feb. 3,...

Timothy Green + Oliver Stern: Cave Painting 2

For one week, Tim Green and Oliver Stern will draw on the walls of the Tjaden Gallery. They will maximize their time drawing without the traditional...

Members of Local 23-25 of the International Ladies’ Garment Workers Union, hold rally flyers as they participate in the New York Chinatown Strike of 1982 to demand better wages and benefits.

Social Fabric: Land, Labor, and the World the Textile Industry Created tells the story of the communities affected by the textile and garment industries in...

Individual thinking with hand on face

Six Steps of Behavior Change: How to make it click & stickTurn those resolutions into realizations in a clear-cut way to ensure your success. Stop just...

12pm
Virtual Event
Finding and Analyzing Survey Data from the Roper Center Archive

The Roper Center's mission is to collect, preserve, and disseminate public opinion data. Through the maintenance of the world’s largest archive of survey...

Urban Data Science Practitioner Talk Series

The spring 2023 edition of the Urban Data Science Practitioner Talk Series includes a series of invited lecturers to show various tools and methodologies to...

American Community Survey (ACS) Data extraction through Online Platforms (IPums, data.census.gov)

The American Community Survey (ACS) is the premier source for detailed population and housing data for the United States. ACS releases new data every year...

Yao Yang

''Operando Electrochemistry for a Clean Energy Future''

Prof. Xiang Yang

Title: Mean temperature scaling in high-speed boundary-layer flows and their applications in near-wall turbulence modeling. Hosted by: Prof. Mahdi...

Cress

Session 5 CRRESS invites you to join our fifth session, our first webinar of the new year “Disciplinary support: why is reproducibility not uniformly...

4:15pm
Virtual Event
Matthieu Felt, Haga Yaichi and the Meaning of 'Ancient' Japanese Literature

Scholars of eighth-century Japanese literary works such as Kojiki, Nihon shoki, and Man’yōshū are conventionally assigned the subfield of “ancient...

Urban Data Science Practitioner Talk Series

The spring 2023 edition of the Urban Data Science Practitioner Talk Series includes a series of invited lecturers to show various tools and methodologies to...

Medieval Studies Lecture Series | "Seeing All the Anguilles: Eels and Identity in Premodern England", John Wyatt Greenlee

John Wyatt Greenlee (Cornell University) "Seeing All the Anguilles: Eels and Identity in Premodern England" The medieval English ate an enormous quantity...

A calculator and financial document sit on a desk

A free, 2-part, virtual seminar for veteran residents of NY & NJ *Registration closed. Due to unexpected staff shortages, this has been rescheduled to...

6:30pm
Virtual Event
Ensemble X: CU Music

"Throughlines:" Featuring recent works by British/Jamaican composer Matthew Kaner and Korean-American composer Juri Seo as well as works from the latter half...

Tuesday, January 31