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Seminar

After Geoengineering: Climate Tragedy, Repair and Restoration
Polson Institute for Global Development Seminar In this seminar, Holly Jean Buck will present on her research program which focuses on rural futures and participation in environmental future-making. After Geoengineering: Climate Tragedy, Repair...
  • Polson Institute
  • global development
  • Department of Global Development
Ndidi Nuweli

Seminar

Food entrepreneurs in Africa: Scaling resilient agriculture businesses
Perspectives in International Development Seminar Series: Spring 2021 Entrepreneurs are the lifeblood of the agriculture and food sectors in Africa, which is projected to exceed a trillion dollars by 2030. This seminar will explore the key...
  • global development
  • Department of Global Development
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Seminar

AIIS 2100 Public Lecture Series - Visual Sovereignty and the Power of Hodinǫ̱hsǫ́:nih Political Metaphors
Jolene Rickard, Ph.D. is a visual historian, artist and curator interested in the issues of Indigeneity within a global context. Highlighted projects include: The Creative Time Summit: The Curriculum, 8/2015 in conjunction with the 56th...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
Jaron Porciello

Seminar

Findings: How are farmers using digital services in low- and middle-income countries?
Perspectives in International Development Seminar Series: Spring 2021 In this seminar Jaron Porciello, an information scientist in Global Development, will discuss the findings from a new study, Agriculture in the Digital Age, that explores the...
  • agriculture
  • digital agriculture
  • global development
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Conference

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Virtual Herd Health and Nutrition Conference
Presented in collaboration with Northeast Agribusiness and Feed Alliance This annual conference provides an opportunity for dairy producers, veterinarians, feed industry representatives, and agriservice personnel to increase their knowledge of...
  • PRO-DAIRY
  • Dairy
  • Animal Science
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Seminar

AIIS 2100 Public Lecture Series - Roles and Inherent Authority of Hodinǫ̱hsǫ́:nih Women with Michelle Schenandoah
An inspirational writer, speaker, and thought leader, Michelle Schenandoah is a member of the Oneida Indian Nation Wolf Clan of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. Founder of Rematriation Magazine, Michelle is taking her expertise to create an...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
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Seminar

AIISP Student Leadership Development Spotlight Series - My Journey: From Student to Indigenous Health Leader with Dr. Rodney Haring
Rodney Haring, Ph.D., M.S.W. is Director of the Roswell Park Center for Indigenous Cancer Research, research faculty at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Office of Community Outreach and Engagement, Department of Cancer Prevention and...
  • Health + Nutrition
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program

Webinar

On-Farm Participatory Research with Native American and Minority Farmers
The third in our series of Adaptive Approaches to Diversifying Extension webinars is open to all CALS faculty. Speakers include Judson Reid and Nicole Kubiczki. Judson Reid is a Senior Extension Associate for Cornell Cooperative Extension's...
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension
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Seminar

Creating climate resilient incomes for the ultra-poor farmers in India
Perspectives in International Development Seminar Series: Spring 2021 One hundred million smallholder farmers in India and 500M across the world face a number of challenges toward achieving food and income security, which are increasingly...
  • Global Development
  • Department of Global Development
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Webinar

Verdant Views: Trees and the Changing Climate
The effects of climate change are being felt around the world. Here in northeastern North America, the beloved trees of our forests, communities, and home landscapes are not immune: drought, heat waves, extreme weather events, and encroachment...
  • Cornell Botanic Gardens
  • climate change
  • Environment