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Monday, February 12

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Join the two-month campaign to reduce waste, improve reuse and recycling, and rethink our campus relationship to goods and materials. 2024 campaign begins...

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...

Photo Source: Cornell Maple Program

4-H Afterschool Handmade by 4-H Workshop: Bath Bombs & Cake Pops Monday, February 12th, 2024 4:30pm - 6:30pm Ages 7+ Fee: $30 per child Pledge your...

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Join CCE Master Gardener Dinah Hovey as she takes you on a journey into the wonderful world of soil health. Monday, February 12, 2024 Noon-12:30pm. The...

Love Data Week: February 12-16, 2024

Happening over the week of February 12-16, Love Data Week will include campus-wide workshops and networking opportunities focused on data access, analysis,...

Photo Source: Cornell Maple Program

Make your Own Natural Bird Suet Monday, February 12, 2024 5:00pm-6:30pm Participants will get to make their own bird suet to take home. Master...

Sabine Lola Stock: Lambs Wool Streaked with Grease

Lambs Wool Streaked with Grease explores dichotomies: a space between the soft, the sacred, and the rigid hard body tied to the mechanical being of the real...

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...

Cornell in Rome 2023: As a Stranger

Abstract As a Stranger presents a diverse body of work in various media that sums up the experience of studying and living in Rome for a period of one...

Let the Grain do the Work

The Cornell Fashion + Textile Collection spring exhibition will showcase traditional and innovative designs draped from rectangular cuts of cloth,...

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,...

UNBOX

UNBOX [past event]

Within the confines of this immersive showcase, each artist unveils a self-defined box housing a world of handmade treasures, poignant found objects, objects...

Let's Meditate with Kimerly Cornish

Need a moment to pause? Join us for this 30-minute guided meditation session, led by Kimerly Cornish from the Hasbrouck Community. Let’s Meditate is a free,...

9am
Virtual Event
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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,...

Engaged Publication Talk: Community-Engaged Performance Tours

Author and speaker: James Spinazzola, Barbara & Richard T. Silver '50, MD '53 Associate Professor, Director of Winds Community-Engaged Performance Tours...

Let's Meditate with Taylor Bouraad

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

MEM Lunch and Learn: Economic Choice Model to Learn Customer Preferences with Ricardo Daziano

This talk will overview supervised statistical learning of customer preferences through choice experiments and discrete choice models. Empirical applications...

12pm
Virtual Event
The Good Seed and Why It Matters

Talk by Ashawari Chaudhuri (Science & Technology Studies, Cornell University) The introduction of genetically modified (GM) Bt cotton in India in 2002...

Jesse Barber from Boise State University

Seminar title: Looking through animal senses to reveal evolutionary patterns, understand species interactions, and solve conservation problems. Hosted by...

Students in India

Are you interested in the intersection of mental health and culture, global health, and community engagement? Do you want to gain field research skills and...

Meredith Holgerson | The Importance of Wetlands and Waterbodies to the Global Carbon Budget

Abstract: Wetlands, ponds, and lakes play an important role in global carbon cycling by sequestering carbon in their sediments and emitting greenhouse gases...

2:55pm
Virtual Event
Two women talking at table with computer - bookshelf in background

Instructors are turning toward digital storytelling for many reasons: as an inclusive teaching practice; to offer choices informed by Universal Design for...

Conversation Hours logo

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,...

Single-cell RNAseq data analysis workshop Feb 12, 2024 - March 4, 2024

The BRC Bioinformatics and Genomics Facilities are jointly developing a workshop on single-cell analysis – our first session will be a 4 week hands-on...

3pm
Virtual Event
C&CB Seminar Daniel Suess (MIT)

"Electronic Structure Basis for Iron-Suflur Cluster Function" Iron-sulfur (Fe-S) proteins are found in all kingdoms of life and carry out some of the most...

Fusion of higher symmetry defects in quantum field theory

General Physics Colloquium, Professor Clay Córdova, University of Chicago Title: Symmetry in Quantum Field Theory Host: Tom Hartman Abstract: Symmetry...

Let's Meditate with Cory Myler

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

The Architecture of Religious Freedom in China: Notes on the Nationwide Campaign to Sinicize Chinese Mosques

Talk by Ruslan Yusupov (Postdoctoral Fellow, Cornell Society for the Humanities) Hundreds of mosques in China have since 2018 witnessed their domes and...

Cornell Tech Info Session

Michael Byrne and Angeline Gomez will join us for an in-depth Info Session about the Milstein Summer Program at Cornell Tech. First-years will learn more...

Conversation Hours logo

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,...

Sprachcafé

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...

Town Hall with Matt Taibbi: Where do you Stand on Censorship in Science?

Matt Taibbi, NYT bestselling author, founder of Racket News and former Rolling Stone contributing editor will hold a free town hall to discuss censorship....

Conversation Hours logo

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,...

Undergrad Peer Resume Review Session [2 of 3]

Looking to have your resume reviewed for an upcoming internship, research opportunity, club, or project team? Our skilled Peer Career Coaches are here to...

6pm
Virtual Event

Monday, February 12