Cornell University

Kennedy Hall

Upcoming Events

PSC Awards Information Session

Come learn how to fund your public service intiatives! We'll be chatting about eligibility, application instructions, and deadlines. A Class of 1964 John...

10/24/2019 5pm
Translator Interpreter Program Volunteer Training Session

The Translator-Interpreter Program (TIP) of the Cornell Public Service Center trains bilingual and multilingual Cornell students to serve as volunteer...

10/28/2019 5pm
Engaged Speaker Tea and Conversation with Ken Reardon

Ken Reardon is professor and director of UMass Boston’s MS In Urban Planning and Community Development Program where he conducts research, teaches, and...

11/1/2019 3:30pm
Drop-in Breakfast at the Engaged Cornell Hub

Drop by for casual conversation, get your questions answered, and connect with Engaged Cornell Hub staff and student Engaged Ambassadors over a light...

11/6/2019 8:30am
Securing the Vote

Presentation by two distinguished Political Scientists, Stephen Ansolabehere (Harvard Univeristy) and Carles Stewart III (MIT) on: Redistricting and its...

11/6/2019 7:30pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Julie Waters

Julie Waters left a positive review 3/18/2017

Totally inspiring to hear Ms. Mock. wow. Thanks, Cornell, for giving intelligent, brilliant voices a platform.

Julie Waters

Julie Waters left a positive review 10/2/2017

How timely and Inspiring to hear from a world-renowned journalist and voice for social and gender inequality. That Kristof's wife is a Cornellian is even more special.

Tom Hirschl

Tom Hirschl left a positive review 7/27/2016

Brian gave a good talk, is a highly accomplished speaker.

Hye Ri Lee

Hye Ri Lee left a positive review 7/6/2016

It was an honor to listen to Dr. Karl Pillemer's lecture!

Jill Ulbricht

Jill Ulbricht left a positive review 11/13/2015

It was as expected. Cornell is a great place to work and it is great to be recognized as being part of this organization. I look forward to seeing what is in store for us under President Garrett's leadership.

Melanie Miller

Melanie Miller left a positive review 7/22/2015

Educational, entertaining, and fascinating. Very much enjoyed.

Malvin Michelson-Thiery

Malvin Michelson-Thiery left a positive review 7/8/2015

This is the second event at Cornell that Professor Kaltenegger was a participant. The first was the inauguration of the Sagan Institute and the second, this lecture, as part of the Summer 2015 series Professor Kaltenegger is obviously an accomplished astronomer, but is also quite an extraordinary public speaker and advocate for fundamental scientific research and exploration. The talk was quite fascinating and enlightening. She also gave a clear explanation of techniques utilized at the cutting edge of astronomical studies. An enoyable and worthwhile evening for me. Thank you.

Randall Nixon

Randall Nixon left a negative review 5/23/2015

A big disappointment. We expected a crowd of parents and we looked forward to conversing with other people. Instead, it was an indoor event, and it had no sense of coordination. We left.

Cheryl Cox

Cheryl Cox left a positive review 4/21/2015

It was wonderful that the event was so well attended that the venue was not large enough to hold everyone. Sadly, I was one who had to watch on the screen in Warren Hall. I particularly appreciated that no one interrupted or heckled Dr. Carson. The audience was very respectful. Dr. Carson's manner was genuine and conversational. We enjoyed hearing him and now have a sense of his perspective on the issues facing our country.

Terry Mingle

Terry Mingle left a positive review 4/21/2015

Dr. Carson is a brilliant man. People use the term "It's not brain surgery" for some things. Well, perhaps it IS! And perhaps Ben is the right person for it. To pull from a quote in the Cornell Daily Sun today (4/22/15), I loved it when Ben said: “This is not a Democrat problem or a Republican problem,” Carson said. “We need to get away from making everything into a political issue … so that we can all get behind [to] fix the problems rather than continuing to exacerbate them.” - I couldn't agree more.