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Thursday, February 1

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Welcome to Orange County 4-H Horse Science Levels ! This event will be held on Friday, February 1st with 30-minute time slots available from 5:30-7:00 pm....

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Teens ages 13 to 19 with an interest in animals and veterinary science careers should consider joining our 4-H Veterinary Science Program! Youth will...

Apply now open for summer Prelaw in NYC

Study law in New York City and participate in an internship, Course & internship: June 3–July 12 Course-only: June 3–26 In this rigorous prelaw...

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...

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Come grow your confidence in public speaking through Erie County 4-H Public Presentations! RUBRICS AND EVALUATION FORMS! Please take some time to view...

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...

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Horse Communications will be held at Revive Wesleyan Church, 4999 McKinley Parkway, Hamburg, NY 14075 The dates are: Thursday, February 1 in the evening...

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In honor of National Canned food month, our Master Food Preservers will discuss preservation methods, safe practices and have a hands-on class making jam....

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MAD Ideas brings top thinkers to Madison County from universities and colleges around Central New York to share their “Mad Ideas” and research topics. The...

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Online Course: INSECTICIDES 101 For DEC Pesticide Recertification Category 3a, Ornamentals and Turf, 3 Credits and Category 3b, Turf, 1.5...

QuIRI Grad Student Panel

Join CCSS's Qualitative and Interpretive Research Institute for a presentation by a panel of graduate students discussing their QuIRI funded research,...

QuIRI Student Panel

QuIRI Student Panel [past event]

Our Spring semester series begins on Thursday, February 1st, 3:30 – 4:30, with a panel of graduate students discussing their QuIRI funded research, followed...

3:30am
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Event flyer showing portraits of Marie Clark Taylor, Edmond Albius, Percy Lavon Julian and George Washington Carver.

This February, the Center for Research on Programmable Plant Systems (CROPPS) and Mann Library are hosting a month-long exhibit recognizing ground-breaking...

Olivia Sheldon: Fern Flowers

Exhibition Abstract Ferns don't have flowers; they reproduce via spores. The fern flower is a magic flower found in several different cultural mythologies....

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,...

Zac Dodds Scandura: The World is Yours

Exhibition Abstract The World is Yours is an exhibition displaying the work of Cornell's greatest comic artist, Zac Scandura (B.F.A. '24), over the years....

Let's Meditate with Sophia Scholl

Need a moment to pause? Join us for this 30-minute guided meditation session, led by Sophia Scholl from Cornell Health. Let’s Meditate is a free, guided...

Data & Donuts

Data & Donuts [past event]

Spring Semester 2024 | Thursdays 9:30-10:30am | Mann Library Rm 100 For all levels and disciplines; attend all or a few.Register to receive reminders at...

CIP@Cornell Journal Club

The Cornell Center for Innovative Proteomics (CIP@Cornell) is excited to launch the first edition of the CIP@Cornell Journal Club. If you are a graduate...

Energy Seminar Series Speaker - Douglas MacMartin

Climate Engineering While efforts to reduce emissions of CO2 and other greenhouse gases are essential, they will likely be insufficient to avoid significant...

Midday Music, 2/1: CU Music

Midday Music in Lincoln: Bill Cowdery, piano, "The Fantastic in Bach's Notebooks"

Photo credit to Thomas Barbin

Reshaping the study of communication and sexual selection in spiders

CIT Training: Web Accessibility Office Hours

The Web Accessibility team will be holding a monthly Web Accessibility Office Hour on the first Thursday of every month at 1 pm. This will be an open meeting...

1pm
Virtual Event
Decorative graphic with three photos include one of a flooded zone with a tree, one with a dark brown haired woman and one with a blonde woman wearing glasses. The title reads building resilience in the Hudson River estuary watershed.

Register here: https://cornell.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtdeGhpjotG9PFB42K1bs68I1v70ZHbVNx Every year, the New York State Water Resources Institute...

2:30pm
Virtual Event
Institute for African Development Seminar: Climate Change Mitigation, Carbon Markets, and Rural Livelihoods: Rise of Green Extractivism

Recent assessments of climate change impacts in Sub-Saharan Africa indicate that the continent is already experiencing impacts from rising temperatures,...

NYSWRI 2024 Spring Speaker Series: Applied Water Research in NYS

Every year, the New York State Water Resources Institute (NYSWRI) at Cornell supports research that addresses critical water resource issues in New York...

2:30pm
Virtual Event
Cornell Department of Astronomy & Space Sciences Spring 2024 Colloquium Series

" Cosmic Infrared Background: the good and the bad and the good" Abstract: The cosmic infrared background (CIB) is sourced by the dusty star-forming...

Walking to class in the snow-up steep lib slope

Join the Sustainable Cornell Council for updates on campus sustainability and climate change research, teaching and engagement. Our campus is a living...

3:30pm
Virtual Event
James Hwang

Sub-Terahertz High-Power Amplifiers In this seminar, I will try to cover only a few topics but explain each topic well to a broad audience. First, I will...

Molecular Cell Bio Group

The Molecular Cell Bio Group will resume on Thursday, February 1st, 2024 at 4:00 p.m. in Weill Hall 226! We will hear a presentation by: Saki Ichikawa...

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The Einaudi Center’s Foreign Language Introduction Program (FLIP) is heading into local communities to teach children about world cultures and languages....

Edith Aldridge

The Department of Linguistics proudly presents Dr. Edith Aldridge, Research Fellow at Academia Sinica, Taiwan. Dr. Aldridge will present on "Diachronic...

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Do you want to connect with other Latine students at Cornell and feel a part of the community through our shared language? Are you willing to help others...

weighing scale

During this event, Professor Garden will discuss the role of the First Amendment in the workplace. This event will explore how the Constitution impacts the...

AAP Career Development Overview & Spring Recruiting Outlook

An overview of AAP Career Development and Spring Recruiting Events. More details to come.

5pm
Virtual Event
Perry Zurn at the Political Theory Workshop: “Cis Goes Mainstream”

Perry Zurn, Provost Associate Professor of Philosophy at American University, and affiliate faculty in the Department of Critical Race, Gender, and Culture...

Bassem Eid, "What Led to the Current War Between Israel and Hamas"

Jerusalem-based political analyst and human rights pioneer Bassem Eid will speak on "What Led to the Current War Between Israel and Hamas" Feb. 1 at 5:30...

Science on Screen® — Koyaanisqatsi and Environmental (Mis)management

Originally released in 1982, Koyaanisqatsi was unlike anything audiences had previously experienced and remains a prescient meditation on relations between...

Thursday, February 1