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Tuesday, March 21

2022 National Science Day Kits

2022 National Science Day Activity Kits Cornell Cooperative Extension Oneida County 4-H is seeking 4th and 5th grade classrooms that want to pilot a...

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This registration is for the Classroom and Volunteer readers to register for the 2023 Agriculture Literacy Week Program, March 20-24, 2023 Once again...

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Welcome! You have reached the site for the 2023 4-H Tractor Safety. If you are registering more than one youth, you will have to do each one separately. ...

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4-H/SUNY Canton Vet Science Program This year classes will run from 6:30 pm-8:00 pm on March 23, March 30, April 6, April 20 and April 27 at SUNY...

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AG Literacy Week [past event]

Ag Literacy Week is a program designed to engage 2nd graders with the agriculture around them through a book and activities based on a theme of the year....

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Beginning Farmer Discussion Series: Soil Prep and Field Management Tuesday, March 21, 2023, from 6 to 8 pm Get ready for the 2023 growing season!...

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Now through March 31Celebrate National Nutrition Month® throughout the entire month of March with Cornell Wellness, Cornell Dining, Cornell Health, and...

Virtual Event
two side-by-side photos of women modeling business dresses from the mid-to-late 20th century

Culture of Business Dress features women’s office clothing from the Cornell Fashion + Textile Collection with context and commentary provided by Johnson...

Cornell Equine Seminar Series photo

No one wants to think about losing their horse, but having a plan in place can make the decision process easier should the need arise. In this seminar we...

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...

Iconic Ensembles: Performers and their Costumes

This exhibit focuses on the glittering, fantastical, and often audacious costumes that have defined the image of performers from 18th-century operatic...

LIFE AFTER: Material Manifestations of Loss

How do we use clothing and textiles to mourn? In my research and curation, I chose to share the voices of those whose mourning practices might be inspiring,...

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Looking In [past event]

Milstein Hall, which opened in 2011, is a 47,000 square-foot building that includes 25,000 square feet of flexible studio space and a 250-seat auditorium....

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Have you ever thought about using your status as a woodland owner and expanded knowledge and skill to help your neighbor woodland owners? Join the hundreds...

Textiles of Asia: Patterns & Processes

As part of the Threads of History exhibition series, Kroch Asia presents Textiles of Asia: Patterns & Processes. There is a rich history of textiles in...

Ties that Bind: Quilting at the Clarke Africana Library

Visit this two-part exhibit celebrating quilting in the African American community. [Featured image: "Dearly Beloved" by LaQuita Tummings] Precious...

Call for Art: Transmuting Trash

The College of Human Ecology's Green Team will be curating “Transmuting Trash” a recycle/upcycle exhibit. Please drop off work in HEB T57 between 8:30 am...

2023 Preston H. Thomas Memorial Symposium Exhibition

The 2023 Preston H. Thomas Memorial Symposium Exhibition highlights the work of leading creative experts around the world that explores and integrates...

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...

Econometrics Workshop: Xiaoxia Shi

Xiaoxia Shi, University of Wisconsin - Madison Multiple Inequality Testing in the Presence of Linear Nuisance Parameters Joint with Gregory Cox Abstract: ...

Joint Microeconomic Theory & Behavioral Economics Workshop: Ryan Oprea

Ryan Oprea, University of California Santa Barbara Simplicity Equivalents Abstract: We provide evidence that the signature empirical patterns of prospect...

CRC Virtual Game - March Pictionary!

Cornell faculty, staff, and retirees are invited to join Cornell Recreation Connection for our spring-inspired March Virtual Game - Pictionary! Not sure how...

12pm
Virtual Event
GET SET Course Design Institute - Designing Learning Activities

How can you involve students more fully in classroom activities that support your course's learning outcomes? This workshop addresses ways instructors can...

12pm
Virtual Event
Berger International Speaker Series with Emma Lindsay – Zoom Webinar - One Year at War: Prospects for Accountability for International Crimes Committed in Ukraine

One Year at War: Prospects for Accountability for International Crimes Committed in Ukraine Please join us on Tuesday, 3/21/2023 from 12:15 p.m. to 1:15...

12:15pm
Virtual Event
Individual jumping over short metal bars

Tuesdays, 12:15-1:00pm, March 7-March 28, Helen Newman Hall Dance StudioIn-person, indoor 4-session seriesMust have a Wellness Recreation Membership. Max...

CAC/WCM Scientific Computing Training Series - Zoom 'n Learn

Cornell University’s Center for Advanced Computing together with Weill Cornell Medicine's Scientific Computing Unit, ITS, and Clinical and Translational...

12:15pm
Virtual Event
LASSP & AEP Seminar by Jackie Chini (University of Central Florida)

Jackie Chini Supporting Variation in Students’ Needs, Abilities and Interests in Postsecondary Physics and Beyond Students naturally vary in their needs,...

Eliza VanCort "Claim Your Success. How to Identify and Neutralize Your Antimentor" #1 Best Selling Author. Speaker. Thought Leader.

Eliza VanCort #1 Best Selling Author. Speaker. Thought Leader. Claim Your Success How to Identify and Neutralize Your Antimentor Tuesday, March 21,...

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Thai Conversation Hour [past event]

Come to the LRC to practice your language skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal,...

Deep Learning with MATLAB: Hands on Workshop

Deep learning is quickly becoming embedded in everyday applications. It’s becoming essential for students and educators to adopt this technology to solve...

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Intro to QGIS [past event]

This workshop will cover basic tasks using QGIS: loading data, changing the styles used to display the data on a map, installing plugins, using processing...

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The ND Employee Community is a confidential support and social group to discuss our shared experiences, celebrate our neurotypes, and strategize around...

3pm
Virtual Event
Dr. Vahabikashi

Title: Unveiling the Potential of Multiscale Mechanobiology: From Discovery to Therapeutics and Regeneration Abstract: Cells and tissues in living organisms...

LEPP Seminar: Wendy Freedman,  John and Marion Sullivan University Professor  of Astronomy and Astrophysics and the College The University of Chicago

Measuring the Hubble Constant: Stress-Testing the Standard Cosmological Model Many possible explanations have been put forward to explain the apparent...

Sony Coráñez Bolton

Sony Coráñez Bolton will be talking about his book Crip Colony: Mestizaje, US Imperialism, and the Queer Politics of Disability in the Philippines. He is an...

 Medieval Studies Lecture Series: Paul Vinhage, Cornell '22

Paul Vinhage (Cornell University) "Which Came First, the Letter or the Sound? Grammatical Theory and Practice in the Early Middle Ages" This lecture will...

Indonesian Dinner March 21 at Morrison Dining

Indonesian Dinner [past event]

Join us for an Indonesian Dinner in partnership with the Cornell Indonesian Association, featuring the Cornell Indonesian Association's "Get to Know...

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Two former members of Congress discuss how mainstream political leaders can counter extremist voices in a time of performative politics.

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Come to the LRC to practice your language skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal,...

Workshop: How to Host More Sustainable Events

Learn practical ways to make your organization’s events more sustainable, from concept to clean-up. Gain firsthand experience using guides and...

5pm
Virtual Event
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Join us on campus or on Zoom to practice your Dutch skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an...

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Come to the LRC to practice your language skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal,...

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Join us on Zoom to practice your Georgian skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target language in an informal,...

6pm
Virtual Event
Fundamentals of Financial Planning- Financial Planning 101

Financial Planning 101: How to Grow the Strongest Foundations Are you interested in gaining exposure to the financial strategies and techniques that every...

Lily Reeves, piano: CU Music

Lily Reeves (PhD in Applied Mathematics, ’23) plays works by Clara Schumann, Scriabin, and the complete Chopin Op. 28 preludes.

Tuesday, March 21