Events

, Brian C. Nevin Welcome Center, Lobby

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 diversity of cultures worldwide. This garden display and exhibit shares the knowledge, skill, and resilience of enslaved Africans, their descendants, and today’s Black community and their deep connections to plants and the cuisines they…

, Human Ecology Buil, Terrace Level Display Cases

Harlem Noire: Fashion Movement, Moment, & Memory showcases the lived fashion experiences of several contemporary Black women and explores how everyday dress practices inform their individual and collective presence in Harlem’s physical and social spaces. Through this intentional display of clothing and accessories, Black women’s voices, stories, memories, and styles are situated front and…

, Michael T. Sillerman '68 Rotunda

The total solar eclipse crossing North America on April 8, 2024 provides Cornell University Library with a wonderful opportunity to display eclipse-related highlights from its Rare and Manuscript Collections (RMC). Showcasing artifacts and books from different parts of the world, from ancient times to the present day, the exhibition explores the hard science as well as the wonder and anxiety…

, CCC (Computing and Communications Center), Creative Tech Lab

Digital storytelling allows story creators and their audiences to transform and engage through the power of narrative. This 5-week institute is an opportunity to make a story and design an assignment, whether you’d like to explore providing students with options for making and demonstrating knowledge or want to help students communicate complex ideas in meaningful and creative ways.

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Calling all current international employees including J1 interns: join the Office of Global Learning for a casual meet and greet/coffee hour on the final Friday of each month. Coffee and snacks provided. Locations vary each month and will be announced via the international scholar listserv.

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 those who come. We look forward to meeting you!

Fridays at 12 p.m. ET

Join Yiddish Conversation Hour

, Biotechnology Building, G10

The Cornell University Postdoctoral Association will host a workshop with Dr. Gwendolyn D. Pough, Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility at Syracuse University--“DEIA Tax?: The Hidden Cost of ‘Diversity’ in Academia and Who Pays It”--on Thursday, June 6 (11:30am-12:30pm) to discuss the “hidden curriculum” of academia and how it affects the experience of postdocs and…

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Calling all current international employees including J1 interns: join the Office of Global Learning for a casual meet and greet/coffee hour on the final Friday of each month. Coffee and snacks provided. Locations vary each month and will be announced via the international scholar listserv.

, 179 County Route 64 Mexico, NY 13114

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County (CCE Oswego County) and Cornell Cooperative Extension Harvest NY (CCE Harvest NY) will be hosting a state-wide conference on a new emerging fruit called Honeyberry, also known as Haskap (Lonicera caerulea). The conference will be held on Saturday, June 29th from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the CiTi BOCES campus located in the town of Mexico, NY.…

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Calling all current international employees including J1 interns: join the Office of Global Learning for a casual meet and greet/coffee hour on the final Friday of each month. Coffee and snacks provided. Locations vary each month and will be announced via the international scholar listserv.