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Monday, March 6

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30 Hour Pesticide Training Course - March 2023 FOR ORNAMENTALS AND TURF CATEGORY 3A Online March 6, 7, 13 & 14, 2023 8:00am to 5:00pm Presenter:...

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December 4th, 2023 4-H Explorers Club - 5:30PM to 6:30PM (Holiday Craft) 4-H Horse Club - 6:45PM to 7:45PM (Horse Club with Miss...

CREF: HVS Networking Event

Rodney Clough, managing partner, HVS will meet with students on March 6th as part of his visit for the Business Career Fair, presented by SC Johnson College...

Food on a cutting board with individual cutting vegetables

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...

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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Nassau County 4-H Afterschool Program The 4-H Afterschool programs are a series of six-week long special interest programs that are designed to engage...

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...

A Recipe for Fashion Design: How would you like your steak, how would you like your dress?

An Exhibit by Yoon Yang, PhD student in Fiber Science and Apparel Design. I am a foodie, a cook, and a fashion designer. I usually cook for my friends and...

Allison Park: Greener Grass

Allison Park's (B.F.A. '23) Greener Grass is a reflection of one's self-exploration into the id, the physical manifestation of one's cravings, and the...

Isabel Padilla Bonelli + Havily Nwakuche: Woven Within Me

The works curated for Woven Within Me were created by Isabel Padilla Bonelli (B.F.A. '23) and Havily Nwakuche (B.F.A. '25) as a form of representational...

Phantom Limb

Phantom Limb [past event]

Textiles are often used in music studios to buffer sound. Fibers make good sound barriers. This common knowledge makes the idea of producing sound from...

Sydney Rose Maubert: Hymns From a Burning House — Haitian Dispossession

Abstract I wish I could testify that I came to know my heritage because of my easy feeling of belonging. But it was a foreign intimacy that let me know how...

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...

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The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Firms and Workers The talk will be the combination of the 2 papers linked below....

BMS Special Seminar

BMS Special Seminar [past event]

Patrick Murphy Assistant Professor, University of Rochester Medical Center “Endogenous repetitive elements compete f or epigenetic machinery during...

Joint Labor & Public Economics Workshop: Nina Roussille

Nina Roussille, MIT Worker Beliefs About Outside Options (with Simon Jäger, Christopher Roth, Benjamin Schoefer) Abstract: Workers wrongly anchor their...

1.	Ottoman miniature painting. Topkapi Sarayi Müzesi, Istanbul (Inv. A.3595, fo. 9r) . 1581. Source: Wikimedia Commons

Talk by Jyoti Balachandran (History, Pennsylvania State University) This talk centers around the life and works of Qutb al-Din Muhammad al-Nahrawali (d....

Meditaciones en español with Mar Pérez from the Dean of Students office via Zoom

Join Mar Pérez for a guided, mindfulness weekly meditation on Mondays at 12:15-12:45 pm Let's Meditate is a free, guided, mindfulness meditation series...

12:15pm
Virtual Event
EEB Seminar Series - Laura Alencar

Seminar title: Untangling the radiation of lizards and snakes. Hosted by Irby Lovette

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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,...

Jane-Marie Law

Abstract: In this talk I discuss how people often look to religious communities for moral leadership. This view is naïve in its understanding of how the...

Jane-Marie Law | Religious Discourse and the Climate Crisis: How Do We Go Forward

Abstract: In this talk I discuss how people often look to religious communities for moral leadership. This view is naïve in its understanding of how the...

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...

Race, Species, Knowledge: Approaching Coloniality through Karakul Sheep

Bred on an experimental farm in Halle (Germany) in the early 1900s, Karakul sheep were exported to the colony of South-West Africa, where they played a major...

Contesting Autocracy: Lessons from Democratic Social Movements in Portugal, Italy, and Chile

Autocracy has been on the rise in global political affairs over the past decade, becoming a focal point of academic and public debate. Less attention has...

Soft Matter Discussion

Soft Matter Discussion [past event]

This semester, we will be holding a series of Soft Matter Discussions that explore challenges and opportunities that lie at the intersection of soft matter...

The Moral Psychology Speaker Series

W. Bradley Wendel Edwin H. Woodruff Professor of Law Cornell Law School Accounting for Lawyers' Moral Remainders Bernard Williams drew attention to the...

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...

Xian Wang headshot of a young, Asian woman with dark hair, smiling, wearing a blue and white printed blouse against a background of a pine tree.

Her Voice: Recounting Japanese Military Sexual Slavery in Chinese Literature and Film Xian Wang (East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Notre...

Sprachcafé Spring 2023 Poster

Sprachcafé [past event]

All Cornellians are invited to join the weekly, in-person Sprachcafé, hosted and organized by the German Studies department. The Sprachcafé is a weekly...

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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,...

Cornell Hillel's Purim Hoedown

You’re invited to Cornell Hillel’s Purim Hoedown on Monday, 03/06 from 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm in Willard Straight Memorial room. Celebrate Purim in Wild West...

Monday, March 6