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Friday, April 12

"Eyes on Brazil"

"Eyes on Brazil" [past event]

"Eyes on Brazil" is a 3-day event (April 12-14, 2024) highlighting and celebrating Afro and Indigenous Brazilian heritage and culture. There will be arts &...

April is Sustainability Month 2024

April 22 is Earth Day! Cornell University celebrates all things sustainability during the entire month of April, with dozens of events in climate change...

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: 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

Sparks-Small Pets [past event]

Oswego County 4-H will be offering a three session program on small pets. This program will be held on Fridays, April 12th, from 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm, April...

Lisa Bates - Grew here/Flew here

Abstract Many academic and professional planners are engaged in research, planning practice, and organizing in places that we’ve moved to. When place claims...

Exhibit: From Nabokov's Net

Vladimir Nabokov, often recognized as one of the greatest writers of the 20th century, was also from early childhood impassioned by a very different subject:...

Knit, Miss, Tuck, Shape

Knit, Miss, Tuck, Shape features the work of students in FSAD 3370: Introduction to Knit Textile Structure and Design and FSAD 4370: Knitwear Design and...

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,...

No Mere Curios: Finding Nabokov's Lepidopterist Inspiration in the Rare Books of Entomology

In 1948, Vladimir Nabokov published a lyrical article in The New Yorker recounting the childhood experiences at the root of his lifelong passion for the...

ReDressing Sustainability: Self-Expression through Creative Upcycling and Recycling.

An annual exhibit featuring work of CHE faculty, staff, students and the local community.

Ives Hall exterior with ILR flagpole and banner

Join us in Ithaca to discuss the challenges to workers’ power posed by global supply chains and trade agreements, and the tools devised to address them,...

Alican Taylan: Strategic Landforms

Abstract Strategic Landforms explores architectural production in French Senegal over the 19th century, which was marked by an increasing European colonial...

Cell Biology Journal Club

Members of the Cornell life sciences community are cordially invited to join the Cell Biology Journal Club at our bi-weekly meetings on Fridays, 9am-10am in...

Detail from painting by Louis Aggasiz Fuertes of a solar eclipse seen over Cornell campus

The total solar eclipse crossing North America on April 8, 2024 provides Cornell University Library with a wonderful opportunity to display eclipse-related...

CIVIC Interactive Media and Games, Spring Symposium

CIVIC Interactive Media and Games, Spring Symposium April 12, 2024 Literatures in English Department Lounge, Goldwin Smith Hall 259 9:30 am Coffee ...

Cornell Population Center Innovations Seminar: Orsola Torrisi

Orsoloa Torrisi, Postdoctoral Associate at New York University Abu Dhabi will present "Family Dynamics in Armed Violence & Conflict: A Focus on Reproductive...

Three ice cream flavors in sundae dishes

Vote for Cornell’s tastiest Freedom of Expression ice cream, crafted by Cornell students for the Cornell community! Sample the three final flavors – Brewing...

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
Graphic for Engineering Management Information Session

Join us to learn about the Cornell M.Eng. in Engineering Management Distance Learning Program. The distance learning program is geared to working...

12pm
Virtual Event
Lisa Parks

Please join us for the Media Studies Colloquium on Friday, April 12, 12:00-1:30pm, in Uris Library 311. "Media Backends: Digital Infrastructures and...

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
CIAMS Workshop- SAA papers in progress workshop

Alex Symons (PhD student, Anthropology-CIAMS), Rafael Cruz Gil (PhD student, Anthropology-CIAMS), and Marcella Geoller (CIAMS MA student) will present their...

Lisa Bates: Grew Here / Flew Here

Abstract Many academic and professional planners are engaged in research, planning practice, and organizing in places that we've moved to. When place claims...

Provide byIgnacio Siles

Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program (LACS) Seminar Series. Co-sponsors: Departments of Communication, Information Science, and Science & Technology...

Embracing the intersection: biology, material science, and design

Fashion industry is making sustainability commitments to decarbonise their supply chains, in response to rising consumer demand for sustainable goods,...

12:30pm
Virtual Event
LEPP Theory seminar Rachel Houtz (Florida U)

Discrete Goldstone Bosons In this talk, I will discuss discrete Goldstone bosons (dGB's), light particles arising from spontaneously broken exact discrete...

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,...

Bilingual Meetings: "King e as Libélulas" by Kacen Callender

Bilingual Meetings (Portuguese and English) are online meetings in which Portuguese-speaking community at Cornell meet students from various institutions and...

1:30pm
Virtual Event
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,...

Conversation Hours logo

Join us in G12 Stimson Hall or on Zoom to practice your Swahili skills and meet new people. Conversation Hours provide an opportunity to use the target...

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,...

BME7900 Seminar Series - Kerrie Douglas, PhD

We welcome Dr. Kerrie Douglas from Purdue University as our next speaker in our seminar series. Dr. Douglas is an Associate Professor of Engineering...

Anthropology Colloquium:  Ghassan Hage

Lenticular Experiences of Racism In my book The Diasporic Condition, I argue that the Lebanese migratory experience is defined by the simultaneous...

Daniel McFarland

Daniel McFarland [past event]

Title: The Research University as a Field of Power Abstract: Research universities are a site of struggle. Within them is a divided intellectual culture...

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,...

Victoria Pihl Sørensen headshot  Alt text for poster: Performing and Media Arts Presentation Series (PMAPS) Colloquium: Victoria Pihl Sørensen  Friday, April 12, 3pm. Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts, Film Forum, 430 College Ave, Ithaca NY.  Victoria Pihl Sorensen, a PhD Candidate in PMA, will present her research surrounding the relationship between Danish social democracy and eugenics. Her talk will delve into what has contributed to the marginalization of specific demographics within the context of Danish popular culture.  Free and Open to the Public.

Join the Department of Performing and Media Arts for PMAPS Colloquium: Victoria Pihl Sørensen on Friday, April 12 at 3:00 p.m. in the Film Forum, Schwartz...

The Eleanor J. Gibson and James J. Gibson Lecture in Experimental Psychology

"Contingency and synchrony: interactional pathways towards attentional control and intentional communication" to be presented by Sam Wass, Department of...

The Left in China

The Left in China [past event]

Ralf Ruckus will present central arguments from the book The Left in China. A Political Cartography (Pluto Press, 2023): All over the world, progressive...

 Comparison Against the Grain and the Grid: Crossing Imperial Scales of Time

Comp Lit Theroy Colloquium - A presentation and response with Tianyi Shou (Comp Lit) & Prof Shaoling Ma (Asian Studies)

Biogeochemistry Seminar Series - Charles Driscoll

Seminar title: The Everglades: degradation and challenges for restoration.

Chinese characters for Classical Chinese appear in brown against a parchment background.

Su-yeon Seo, (Cornell grad student, Asian Studies) will lead final Classical Chinese text-reading for this semester titled Naming and Knowledge in the East...

Quantum Theory Seminar - Junkai Dong (Harvard University)

Title: TBA Abstract: TBA Faculty Hosts: Eun-Ah Kim, Chao-Ming Jian, and Debanjan Chowdhury

Lou Gross

Title: "A Rational Basis for Hope: Human Behavior Modeling and Climate Change" Abstract: It is easy to lose confidence in the capacity for human social and...

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
Aruni Kashyap

Lecture by Aruni Kashyap (English and Creative Writing, University of Georgia) Aruni Kashyap’s career as a writer, editor, translator, and academic has...

Cornell Media Studies presents Lisa Parks

Cornell Media Studies presents Lisa Parks, PhD Distinguished Professor of Media Studies University of California, Santa Barbara "The Satellite Coast:...

Townsend Lecture Series

Sarah Morris, Steinmetz Professor of Classical Archaeology and Material Culture, University of California, Los Angeles, will be presenting Out of Anatolia:...

Branden Buehler Author Photo

ABOUT THE BOOK: Front office executives have become high-profile commentators, movie and video game protagonists, and role models for a generation raised in...

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...

Chris Dennis Memorial Sustainability Symposium

Circular Economy at Cornell University is proud to announce the second annual sustainability symposium in memory of Chris Dennis. The Chris Dennis Memorial...

"Eyes on Brazil"

"Eyes on Brazil" [past event]

"Eyes on Brazil" is a 3-day event (April 12-14, 2024) highlighting and celebrating Afro and Indigenous Brazilian heritage and culture. There will be arts &...

BreakFree Showcase XVI: Motion Pictures

BreakFree Productions is bringing an unforgettable cinematic experience to a stage near you! Mark your calendars for Showcase XVI: Motion Pictures on April...

New Muses Project, "Threads of Light": CU Music

Threads of light Cornell University Chorus Joe Lerangis, director Yen-Hsiang Nieh, assistant director with New Muses Project and Camilla Tassi,...

All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt

Tender caresses and enveloping embraces are portals into the life of Mack, a Black woman in Mississippi. Winding through the anticipation, love, and...

Friday, April 12