Events

, Office of Academic Diversity Initatives, 200

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a First Generation College Student with demonstrated high financial need?

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Highly Dedicated to Getting a PhDSophomore ClassOverall GPA of 2.75 or higherU.S. Citizen or Permanent…

, Arts Quad

At what point does the world unfold? is a new installation by Sara Jimenez on Cornell University's Arts Quad. Jimenez has taken the main elements of Goldwin Smith Hall's Beaux Arts architecture and individually abstracted and fabricated them to scale. The installation goes across part of the Arts Quad, partially tied to trees, and partially rooted into the ground. Each architectural…

, Duffield Atrium

Cornell Bowers CIS Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will host the inaugural Engage to Empower (E2E) Hackathon on September 30, 2022 to October 2, 2022 in Ithaca, New York. The event is expected to attract students from technical and non-technical backgrounds to work collaboratively on designing innovative solutions that will strengthen diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts across…

Executive Function refers to the different processes and actions our brains have to perform to carry out a task. Tasks include planning, organizing, picturing the finished product, finishing and delivering a project, among many others.

People who have ADHD and other related disabilities tend to experience issues with one or more executive functions. This Community of Practice is for any…

, Human Ecology Building (HEB), Level T Display Cases and CHE Commons

“Threads of Life, Love, & Loss: An HIV/AIDS Story” is a collaboration between the Cornell Fashion + Textile Collection and the Human Sexuality Collection that will be part of the Cornell University Library’s “Threads of History: Textiles at Cornell” exhibitions and the 2022 Cornell Biennial. This fashion exhibit explores how dress, textiles, and archives can be activated in the struggle…

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Full participation is an affirmative value focused on creating institutions that enable people, whatever their identity, background, or institutional position, to thrive, realize their capabilities, engage meaningfully in institutional life, and contribute to the flourishing of others (Sturm 2006, 2010). Attendees will be asked to view a movie, listen to a podcast, or read an article to gain…

, A.D. White House, Guerlac Room

In this talk, conceptual artist Violette Bule in conversation with Irina R. Troconis (Department of Romance Studies) will discuss a series of Bule’s works that engage with the political, social, and cultural dimensions of migration, both in the context of Venezuela’s current migration crisis and in the broader context of Latin American migration. Reflecting on issues such as identity anxiety,…

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Full participation is an affirmative value focused on creating institutions that enable people, whatever their identity, background, or institutional position, to thrive, realize their capabilities, engage meaningfully in institutional life, and contribute to the flourishing of others (Sturm 2006, 2010). During this session, members of the Cornell community will engage in an art exhibition…

, Warren Hall, 151

Perspectives in Global Development: Fall 2022 Seminar Series
Speaker: Olga Bolden-Tiller
Register Here: https://bit.ly/Perspectives_Bolden-Tiller

About the speaker

Dr. Olga U. Bolden-Tiller serves as the Dean for the College of Agriculture, Environment and Nutrition Sciences(CAENS) at Tuskegee University (TU) as…

, A.D. White House, Guerlac Room

The fourth installment of ICM's year-long series, "Settler Colonialism, Sovereignty, Apartheid," with Eric Cheyfitz, Eman Ghanayem, and Robert Warrior in discussion about settler colonialism and the comparative context of Palestine and Indigenous North America.

Livestream available on Zoom. No registation required: