Events

, Brian C. Nevin Welcome Center

This display pays homage to the remarkable individuals who nurture and safeguard the rich heritage associated with the plants showcased in “Seeds of Survival and Celebration” exhibition. These cultivators stand as living connectors to the historical roots of Black plant traditions, illuminating the significant roles these plants and practices play in contemporary society.

To further…

, 414 Willard Straight , 414

The arts can be a conduit for unraveling our innermost selves and learning how to express ourselves. Yet for many in the APIDA community, this powerful form of self-expression is often discouraged or devalued as a viable career path or even worthwhile pastime. What would our communities look like and feel like with a profusion of artistic self-expression? Join us for an open conversation on…

, Alice Statler Auditorium

Jermaine Stone, Host of Wine and Hip Hop and Street Somm and Founder of Cru Luv Selections, will be speaking about wine, hip hop, and the intersection of the two. No alcohol will be served.

, Anna Comstock Hall (Latino Living Center)

Join us this Fall for the Latino Living Center Café con Leche Series. This series allows students, student organizations, programs and departments to present a topic and engage in conversation and dialogues with members of the Cornell community. Topics range from issues affecting Latinos and other racial, ethnic and cultural communities in topics ranging from policy, media, education, identity…

Join Mar Pérez for a guided, mindfulness weekly meditation on Mondays at 12:15-12:45 pm

Let's Meditate is a free, guided, mindfulness meditation series sponsored by Cornell Health in collaboration with numerous campus partners.

Let's Meditate is open to all members of the Cornell community, including students, faculty, and staff of all ages, genders, sizes, shapes, and…

, Goldwin Smith Hall, HEC auditorium (132)

Are you interested in Korean Music, Dance, and Snacks? Come join the Noraebang (singing) Contest and enjoy all of these things! The Contest stars the Korean Language Program students that you can vote for, performances by Korean dance groups LOKO and E.Motion, trivia prizes for the audience, and bakery goods from Paris Baguette for all. You won't want to miss this!! Grab your friends and…

What: Representative Ritchie Torres (NY-15) will participate in a moderated Q and A on zoom for current Cornell students ONLY! The event will be focused around Representative Torres' background, his Israel advocacy, and his bipartisan work in Congress. You must register for this event on CampusGroups to receive the zoom link.

If you would like Congressman Torres to answer a…

, Gates Hall, G01

Dr. Mary Anne Franks is the Eugene L. and Barbara A. Bernard Professor in Intellectual Property, Technology, and Civil Rights Law at the George Washington University Law School. She is an internationally recognized expert on the intersection of civil rights, free speech, and technology.

ABSTRACT: The prevailing American conception of free speech is reductionist, consumerist, and…

Open to postdocs from Cornell and Cornell Rising Stars, focused on the biomedical sciences.
In this session, we discuss mentoring and how this critical skill helps your own growth and development, and that of those around you.

Learn more about the Laidlaw Leadership and Research Program for undergraduates, tips for connecting with faculty research mentors, and advice for writing a successful application.

Laidlaw promotes ethical leadership and international research around the world—starting with the passionate leaders and learners found on campuses like Cornell.

Open to first- and second-year…