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Seminar

Housing in Ithaca is a continuing stress for students and community members alike. Join local Ithacan leaders and undergraduates in the Department of Global Development in the fight for fair housing to discuss the current state of housing in...
  • Department of Global Development
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Workshop

Animal Crackers 2022 “All Creatures Great and Small” to take place in-person on the Cornell Campus on Saturday, May 7, 2022. This year’s program will highlight the following species: equine, bovine, goat, and dog. The annual Animal Crackers...
  • New York State 4-H
  • Animal Science
  • Youth and Families
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Seminar

Molecular Biology & Genetics Seminar Vincent Tagliabracci Assistant Professor Department of Molecular Biology UT Southwestern Sponsored by the field of BMCB Hosted by: Yuxin Mao ym253 [at] cornell.edu If you need accommodations to participate in this...
  • Biology
  • Genetics
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Seminar

Attendees will learn about the earth's biogeochemical cycling by world experts and will hear about some of the most pressing biogeochemical questions across terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. In this session, Dr. Asmeret Berhe, professor and...
  • Biogeochemistry
  • Climate Change
  • Climate Change

Seminar

The fourth installment of The Institute for Comparative Modernities' (ICM) year-long series, "Settler Colonialism, Sovereignty, Apartheid," with Eric Cheyfitz and Eman Ghanayem in discussion about Settler Colonialism and the comparative context...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program

Workshop

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ENOCERT 101 Certification Course: Basic Viticulture & Enology* (Formerly new grower/new winery workshop) (NEW Online format! Synchronous sessions approx. 8:30-12pm) May 4-5, 2022 Register Here Overview: This course will cover the basics of grape...
  • Cornell Craft Beverage Institute
  • Food Science
  • Cornell Agritech
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Seminar

Molecular Biology & Genetics Seminar By Shaoyi Jiang Robert S. Langer ’70 Family and Friends Professor Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering Cornell University BMCB Field Candidate If you need accommodations to participate in this event please...
  • Biology
  • Genetics
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Seminar

Seminar in Critical Development Studies hosted by Cornell Global Development and the Graduate Field of Development Sociology Abstract: Life in the Anthropocene is structured by racial hierarchies, even as people recognize the obstacles racial...
  • Global Development
  • Department of Global Development
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Webinar

land acknowledgements are frequently given at official Cornell events, but what do they represent? We will dive into the performative aspects of land acknowledgements and how land-grant universities such as Cornell have a responsibility to move...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
Ashish Bajracharya

Seminar

Perspectives in Global Development: Spring 2022 Seminar Series In recent years, the garment industries of countries in South and Southeast Asia, including Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Vietnam have grown to provide economic opportunities to millions...
  • Department of Global Development
  • school of integrative plant science
  • Dyson School
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Field Day

Join us for a field trip to the Ganondagan State Historic Site! Transportation and snacks provided, vans leave from Akwe:kon at 11:30am on 4/23. Ganondagan is the original site of a 17th century Seneca town that existed peacefully for more than...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Plantationocene: Conceptualizing the Climate Crisis

Seminar

A critical conversation on our contemporary planetary predicament and how different ways of conceptualizing it might entail different strategies for transformative change. Wendy Wolford is Robert A. and Ruth E. Polson Professor of Global...
  • Climate Change
  • Development
  • Global Development
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Exhibit

Join Sigma Alpha, professional agricultural sorority, on the Arts Quad to learn more about agriculture! Experience student groups, research labs, and agricultural outreach organizations representing a wide array of opportunities and careers in...
  • Animal Science
  • Dairy
  • Animals
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Seminar

Attendees will learn about the earth's biogeochemical cycling by world experts and will hear about some of the most pressing biogeochemical questions across terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. In this session, Dr. Gene Likens, Distinguished...
  • Biogeochemistry
  • Climate Change
  • Climate Change
Jared Bosire

Seminar

Perspectives in Global Development: Spring 2022 Seminar Series Africa is experiencing an unprecedented scale of large scale developments ranging from ports and harbors, mining, roads and railways, agriculture and oil & gas among others all...
  • Department of Global Development
  • school of integrative plant science
  • Development
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Webinar

This talk examines emerging narratives of life that differ significantly from dominant anthropocentric perspectives of the world and their associated extractive modes of global development. Based on the notion of radical interdependence, these...
  • Polson Institute for Global Development
  • Development
  • environment
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Lecture

Join Jessica Martin (Gayogo̱hó:nǫʔ/Cayuga Nation) in a discussion on the importance of “Ganędagǫ:” in the Gayogo̱hó:nǫʔ language, the status of the language, and community-based efforts to promote language learning and revitalization. Martin, as...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program

Webinar

Hear from your peers and savvy Twitter users CALS faculty Corrie Moreau, Neil Lewis Jr. and Ariel Ortiz-Bobea about how they’ve optimized their Twitter presence, grown their networks and amplified their work and thought leadership.
  • communication
Uma Lele

Seminar

Perspectives in Global Development Seminar Series: Spring 2022 The Sustainable Development Goals are off track. The prospects of the SDGs being realized by 2030 are bleak. The rapid pace of consistent decline in poverty and hunger until 2015 had...
  • Department of Global Development
  • Global Development
  • Plants

Seminar

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Presented in partnership with Cornell Global Development and the Institute for African Development Overview The 2021 STAARS Fellows will present their research projects. Each Fellow will get 40 minutes to present followed by 15 minutes for...