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Wednesday, February 1

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The New York State Stormwater Regional Training Centers featuring John Dunkle PE, CPESC, CMS4 Lead Instructor and Curriculum Coordinator ~Eastern...

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The New York State Stormwater Regional Training Centers featuring John Dunkle PE, CPESC, CMS4 Lead Instructor and Curriculum Coordinator ...

Photo Source: Cornell Maple Program

The New York State Stormwater Regional Training Centers featuring John Dunkle PE, CPESC, CMS4 Lead Instructor and Curriculum Coordinator ...

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The New York State Stormwater Regional Training Centers featuring John Dunkle PE, CPESC, CMS4 Lead Instructor and Curriculum Coordinator ...

Black History Month: Sponsored by Black Students United

Join Cornell Dining throughout the month of February for our take on traditional dishes of the African Diaspora. Sponsored by Black Students...

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Online classes are on Feb. 1, 8, 15, from 6:00-7:30 pm and the field trip is Feb. 18. Click “register” below to sign up for the Building an Agritourism...

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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Fertilizer Law/Turf Management Certificate Program by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rockland County [Traducción al español a continuación.] The...

Job Search: Summer Jobs & Internships

Join A&S Career Development for a workshop on navigating your summer job or internship search. This event is open to first years, sophomores, and juniors in...

4:30am
Virtual Event
Exploring Sustainability Careers & Preparing for the 2/10 Fair

Do you want to make a career out of your love for the planet? There are lots of sustainability-related careers to explore! Come learn more about the range of...

4:45am
Virtual Event
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...

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...

Midday Music for Organ 2/1: CU Music

Midday Music for Organ: Annette Richards, “Nature’s music.” Storms, birds, forests, and song, with music by Frescobaldi, Sweelinck, Poglietti, and Phillips....

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...

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Joey Davis Assistant Professor of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Interrogating highly heterogeneous structural ensembles in vitro and in...

Info Session: Einaudi Center Minors Open House

Stop by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies' Minors Open House to learn about adding an international minor to your degree. Cornell offers...

Mostafa Minawi and Durba Ghosh, “Describing Difference and Inscribing Race: The Case of the Late Ottoman Empire” A conversation about Minawi's recent book

ICM NEW CONVERSATIONS SERIES: A conversation with Mostafa Minawi and Durba Ghosh about Prof. Minawi's recently published book Losing Istanbul: Arab-Ottoman...

Author Sophie Pinkham from elbow up, her arms are by her side, she is facing forward against stone wall

In this workshop, we will consider how scholars can conceive essays, articles, or reviews that present their areas of research to non-academic publications....

Documentary Film Screening | Builders, Housewives and the Construction of Modern Athens

Sprawling beneath the Acropolis, modern Athens is commonly viewed in negative terms: congested, ugly, and monotonous. Both the book Builders, Housewives and...

Scriptural Vitality in Ancient Judaism

Lecture with Hindy Najman, Oriel College at the University of Oxford, titled "Scriptural Vitality in Ancient Judaism: Poesis and Forward Moving Philology" on...

Wednesday, February 1