Events

, Goldwin Smith Hall, G22

Cornell University owns a severed fifty-percent mineral interest on 155,340 acres of land in twelve northern Wisconsin counties – a legacy of the public lands allocated by the Morrill Act of 1862. On one 160-acre parcel within that portfolio lies the Blue Hills Pipestone Quarry, a sacred site listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003 as the Wajiwan ji Mashkode Archaeological…

Attend the Virtual Inclusive Excellence Summit on Tuesday, March 26, 2024! The Inclusive Excellence Summit is a free event open to Cornell staff and faculty to learn and develop practical skills for cultivating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace and fostering a culture of belonging. This year, we are offering a fully virtual day on Tuesday, March 26th, 2024, and an in-person day on…

, Uris Hall, G08

Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program (LACS) Seminar Series.

In 2008, Ecuador emerged at the forefront of the movement to recognize Nature as a subject of law, becoming the first, and to date the only, country to recognize and protect the rights of Nature at the Constitutional level. At the time of writing, several recent judgements of the Ecuadorian Constitutional Court, the…

, Doherty Lounge , Ives Hall 281

This workshop will provide faculty and staff with a legal overview of the current immigration landscape as well as guidance on supporting the undocumented and DACA student population at Cornell.

Hosted by the Cornell Undocumented and DACA Student Support office (Victor Cuicahua, Associate Director for Student Empowerment, Undocumented and DACA Support) and Cornell 1L Immigration Law…

, Biotechnology Building, G10

Sahar Aziz, Distinguished Professor of Law, Middle East Legal Studies Scholar and Chancellor’s Social justice Scholar at Rutgers University Law School shares her views on Islamophobia, antisemitism and Palestine.

Aziz is also the founding director of the Center for Security, Race and Rights. Her book “The Racial Muslim: When Racism Quashes Religious Freedom” examines how national…

, Milstein Hall, Dome

Calling all international scholars, interns, and employees: 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.

, Biotechnology Building, G10

Derek Penslar, William Lee Frost Professor of Jewish History, Department of History at Harvard University shares his views on antisemitism.

The talk is scheduled for 5 p.m. in Room G10 of the Biotechnology Building. eCornell link coming soon.

Penslar’s research has engaged with a variety of approaches and methods, including the history of science and technology, economic history…

, Goldwin Smith Hall, Lewis Auditorium - G76

The 2023 - 2024 Rabinor Lecture in American Studies

Title: Dispossessed: Cornell University’s Origins in Indian Country

Speaker: Professor Jon W. Parmenter, Cornell University

Abstract: New York State received nearly one-tenth of the “public land” granted by the 1862 Morrill Act, the income from which was to constitute an endowment for at least one college in the state…

Talk time TBA.

Sarah Wolff is Professor in International Studies and Global Politics at Leiden University in the Netherlands. Prior to that, she held a Professor position in European Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary University of London where she also directed the Centre for European Research (2017-2023) and was awarded a NEXTEUK Jean Monnet Chair of Excellence (2020-…

, ILR Conference Center, 423

This one-day symposium will explore the intersections of policy, practice and engagement related to health equity and justice in our criminal, health communication, environmental health and housing systems. The symposium will host renowned social scientist Melissa Creary for the keynote address, panel discussions involving local, regional and statewide researchers, community practitioners, and…