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Monday, December 11

Creating Justice: The Worlds We Make

Reception Please join us for a public reception associated with the exhibition on January 25 from 4–5 p.m. in the John Hartell Gallery. About the...

Dr. Joyce Brothers, Mother of Media Psychology

Come to this exhibit highlighting the life and career of Dr. Joyce Brothers, one of the most prolific professionals and celebrities of the last century! No...

Exhibit: Cultivators of Celebration

This display pays homage to the remarkable individuals who nurture and safeguard the rich heritage associated with the plants showcased in “Seeds of Survival...

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...

people holding signs

"Fashioning the Bounds of Free Speech" explores fashion and art as forms of symbolic speech and expressive conduct that shape the limits and possibilities of...

Photo Source: Cornell Maple Program

Join Master Gardeners and 4H for a lunch & learn short intro on vermicomposting. Come learn how worms reduce our food waste and turn it into rich organic...

Scheduled Exams

Scheduled Exams [past event]

Final exams for fall semester.

The Art of Symbiosis: A Showcase from the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators- Finger Lakes Chapter

The natural world has evolved over billions of years by developing extraordinary relationships between different species and populations. These symbiotic...

Citizen Science // Citizen Art

Citizen Science // Citizen Art is an exhibit inspired by Anne Cramer's thesis research into volunteer participation in coastal cleanup efforts. Over the...

Photo showing artwork on display on Mann Library's 2nd floor as part of  the "Melding Science & Art" exhibit.

Melding Art & Science [past event]

"Melding Art & Science" demonstrates the interdisciplinary nature of art and science despite the two often being seen as very separate. Answering a call by...

Exhibit poster showing map of NYS watersheds, with exhibit title: Then & There, Here & Now: The Stories Maps Tell. Exhibit in the Mann Library Lobby through February

Maps play a key role in our lives, whether they’re helping us navigate our daily commute or giving us a broader perspective on the world we live in. However,...

Pink lotus flower on a lake.

Let's Meditate Session [past event]

Join Kimerly Cornish in this free, virtual guided meditation session. Let's Meditate is a free, secular, guided meditation series, sponsored by Cornell Health.

9am
Virtual Event
Serina Y. Chang  headshot

"Computational methods for human networks and high-stakes decisions" In an interconnected world, effective policymaking increasingly relies on understanding...

Joint Labor & Econometrics Workshop: Qiwei He

Qiwei He (Cornell) Estimating Matching Games Without Individual-level Data: Multidimensional Sorting in Government Recruitment Abstract: This paper...

How to Determine Pricing for Your Agriculture Products

Determine how to price your agricultural products. Webinar includes topics such as: Tracking Production CostValue Added CostDetermining Cost to Charge

12pm
Virtual Event
Kavli Institute at Cornell Seminar by Yiran Zhang, California Institute of Technology

Spin-Orbit Enhanced Superconductivity in Graphene Heterostructures Two-dimensional materials, analogous to Lego on the atomic scale, offer unprecedented...

12pm
Virtual Event
M.F.A. in Image Text Virtual Information Sessions

Cornell University's low-residency Image Text M.F.A. is a unique program focused on the intersection of writing and visual art. Learn about the M.F.A. in...

Chemistry Seminar- Lilia Xie- "Templating Charge and Spin with Modular Materials"

Abstract: The chemistry of materials dictates many of their physical properties, including those involving the collective behavior of their electrons. In...

Monday, December 11