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Friday, February 16

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4-H Camp Wabasso Winter Weekend! 5:30 PM February 16 - 1:30 PM February 18 Open to all youth ages 8-12 Join us for our second annual winter camping...

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...

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,...

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Cornell Youth in Nature and Outdoor Education Program Work Team's Outdoors Adventures Weekend- Winter Edition Friday 2/16/24 7:00 PM – Sunday 2/18/24...

PIHE & CHR: Shaping the Future of Short-Term Rentals: Exploring Regulatory and Social Dynamics, Technology, and Alternative Models

It is our pleasure to invite you to the upcoming Short-Term Roundtable titled: Shaping the Future of Short-Term Rentals: Exploring Regulatory and Social...

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...

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...

Cornell Dining Job Fair 2/16/24

Cornell Dining will be hosting a job fair at Center Ithaca on Friday, February 16th from 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM. Attendees will learn about open positions within...

Cyrus Mehri

Open to graduate students in the ILR School, SC Johnson College of Business, and Law School. Join us on February 16, for a DE&I Symposium: Equity Through...

AASP Community Breakfast

Please join the Asian American Studies Program for Community Breakfast, the guaranteed best way to connect with Asian American Studies students, staff, and...

Demography Training Series Proseminar

Mary Jo Hoeksema from the Population Association of America and the Association of Population Centers, with Vida Maralani from Cornell University Department...

Let's Meditate with Michelle Keyser-Speth

Need a moment to pause? Join us for this 30-minute guided meditation session, led by Michelle Keyser-Speth from Human Resources. Let’s Meditate is a free,...

12pm
Virtual Event
Yiddish Conversation Hour

We will provide an informal gathering "space" for any and all who wish to speak and hear Yiddish. The subject of conversation will depend on the interests of...

12pm
Virtual Event
Jillian Goldfarb

Join us on Zoom Chasing Carbon: Reimagining Valorization Pathways for the Integrated Biorefinery In the absence of massive government subsidies, the...

students eating lunch together

When: Friday, February 16 @12:30pm Where: 366 McGraw Hall Who: Professor’s Bassi and Schmitt ____________________________ ...

“We Black Folks had to wear Lowells”: Negro Cloth, Enslaved People, and the Legacy of Lowell Manufacturing

Dr. Jonathan Square of Parson's School of Design will present the first chapter from his forthcoming monograph Negro Cloth: How Slavery Birthed the American...

12:30pm
Virtual Event
A Garden in Winter

A Garden in Winter [past event]

Come enjoy a guided walk through the Mullestein Family Winter Garden with horticulturist Emily Norsen. This unique circular garden with its raised sandstone...

COMMColloquium Series: Jeff Niederdeppe

COMMColloquium Engage, Monitor, Test, Repeat: Media and Messaging for Health and Social Policy Jeff Niederdeppe, Senior Associate Dean and Professor,...

Composers Forum: Mendi + Keith Obadike

Mendi Obadike is an interdisciplinary artist who works collaboratively with artist and composer Keith Obadike. They have exhibited and performed at The New...

Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy

Registrar for the Feburary 16 and 17 workshop. The workshop is led by Cornell NIH funded ACERT Center that will provide information on how ESR works and what...

Comparative Literature Theory Colloquium  "Lost in Translation"

Undergraduate Colloquium with Imani Finkley, Rebecca Sparacio, and Hanako Yamasaki Reception to follow

Let's Meditate with Joy Mushabec and Linda Stout

Need a moment to pause? Join us for this 30-minute guided meditation session, led by Joy Mushabec and Linda Stout from Cornell Health. Let’s Meditate is a...

4pm
Virtual Event
LACS RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM

Resiliencia desde América Latina y el Caribe: ​​Crisis, Resistance, and Adaptation Confronted by the ongoing consequences of colonialism, mercantilism, and...

Professional Directions: Women in Charge

Join the Department of Performing and Media arts for Professional Directions: Women in Charge on Friday, February 16, from 5:00 - 6:15 pm, in Conference Room...

Café con Leche

Café con Leche [past event]

Join us this Fall for the Latino Living Center Café con Leche Series. This series allows students, student organizations, programs and departments to present...

9 Horses and Ariana Kim: CU Music

Join folk-jazz trio 9 Horses (Joe Brent, mandolin; Sara Caswell, violin and Hardanger d'amore; and Andrew Ryan, bass) and Cornell violin professor Ariana Kim...

Lynah rink

*This event has been cancelled. Another opportunity for MIH alumni to gather in Ithaca will be announced later this spring.*

This poster includes the performance highlights of Cornell CSSA's 2024 Spring Festival Gala.

The Spring Festival Gala is one of Cornell CSSA's largest annual events. We will invite different guests, organizations, and others to participate in this...

Priscilla

Priscilla [past event]

After teenage Priscilla Beaulieu meets Elvis Presley at a party, the man who is already a meteoric rock-and-roll superstar becomes someone entirely...

Friday, February 16