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Lecture

Sachem Sam George is one of 10 Sachems (chiefs) for the Cayuga Nation, representing the Bear Clan. He was condoled in April 2005. Having grown up on Seneca Nation territory (Cattaraugus) and having learned Seneca language and customs, Sachem...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
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Webinar

Join community organizers, educators, and changemakers in an hour-long roundtable conversation. Hear from the people behind 13 Leaders: Stories of Community Building for Systemic Change, a book which includes snapshots of the stories of thirteen...
  • Global Development
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Webinar

Join Ronald P. Lynch Dean Ben Houlton for a CALS faculty and staff town hall. Topics will include a celebration of the past academic year and a look ahead to where CALS is going next. He will also answer pre-submitted questions as well as live...
  • Ronald P. Lynch Dean
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Webinar

Did you know that blue is the rarest flower color? Please join Brandon George, graduate student in Public Garden Leadership at Cornell University, for an in-depth talk on the color blue. In this webinar, Brandon will discuss what is technically...
  • Plants
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Seminar

Stop by to learn what courses AIISP is offering this upcoming fall, learn more about the AIIS minor, and see how AIISP can support your future endeavors!
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
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Seminar

Perspectives in International Development Seminar Series: Spring 2021 Ecuador’s Choco cloud forest, located on the north western foothills of the Andean Mountains, is one of the most biodiverse areas in the country, particularly in birds...
  • Global Development
  • sustainability
  • Environment & Natural Resources
Different animals

Workshop

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Animal Crackers 2021 “All Creatures Great and Small” to take place virtually via Zoom on Tuesday and Thursday evenings during the month of May. There will be 8 sessions. Each session will begin at 6 pm and will last approximately 45-60 minutes...
  • Animal Science
  • Youth and Families
  • Animals
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Seminar

Perspectives in International Development Seminar Series: Spring 2021 With a focus on income inequality, this talk asks the question, “are we living in an age of rising inequality?” It gives the answer “no” based on actual global outcomes, which...
  • global development
  • Department of Global Development
  • Dyson School
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Seminar

Polson Institute for Global Development Seminar Bolivia’s 2019 presidential election led to a huge upheaval and radically different perceptions on whether the political dynamics at play represented a fraudulent election or a classic coup d'état...
  • Polson Institute
  • Polson Institute for Global Development
  • global development
Tamara Toles O'Laughlin

Seminar

This event is supported by the CALS Office for Diversity and Inclusion and is part of the CALS Dean’s Inclusive Excellence Seminar Series, which highlights academic excellence through inclusive science and creates a platform for extended...
  • Climate
  • Environment & Natural Resources
  • Environment
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Seminar

Ansley is a member of the Seneca Nation Wolf Clan from the Seneca Allegany territory of Western New York. Ansley is currently with Cornell University's Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives (OADI) as an advisor, NYS opportunity programs...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
Clinical research in the pet food industry: From OTC to therapeutic diets

Seminar

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Clinical research in the pet food industry: From OTC to therapeutic diets Speaker: Dr. Brittany Vester Boler, Nestle Purina Come and join via Zoom, Friday 04-30-2021 from 11:20 to 12:10.
  • Animal Science
  • Health + Nutrition
  • dogs

Seminar

Rob Bertram, chief scientist in USAID’s Bureau for Resilience and Food Security, will speak about "The Science of Feeding and Nourishing a Climate-challenged World." The seminar is from the Soil and Crop Sciences Section of SIPS and co-hosted by...
  • Department of Global Development
  • global development
A flooding village

Webinar

Our changing climate poses great challenges for humanity around the world: extreme weather events, sea level rise, flooding, drought, wildfires and more. How are countries in areas most affected by climate change responding to these and other...
  • Plants
  • Climate Change
  • Global Development
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Seminar

Perspectives in International Development Seminar Series: Spring 2021 The agri-food system of today will have to evolve to feed 10 billion people sustainably by 2050, and more beyond. What are the lessons from the past in exercising leadership...
  • global development
  • Department of Global Development
  • agriculture
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Conference

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Cornell Law NALSA, Yale Law NALSA, Cornell University American Indian & Indigenous Studies Program, and Yale School of Environment invite community members, students, and professionals to join us for the virtual Indigenous Nations & Climate...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
  • Environment & Natural Resources
Cornell University Dairy Science (CUDS) club

Webinar

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In this seminar series hosted by the Cornell University Dairy Science Club, we will have the opportunity to hear from industry professionals regarding various topics in the dairy industry. All students are welcome to join, and there will be a Q...
  • Animal Science
  • Dairy
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Seminar

Keynote address with author Dr. Monica White, associate professor of Environmental Justice at the University of Wisconsin-Madison In the late 1960s, internationally renowned activist Fannie Lou Hamer purchased forty acres of land in the...
  • Global Development
  • Environment & Natural Resources
  • Department of Global Development

Seminar

There is urgency in the need to transform our global agriculture systems to achieve food security, resiliency, equity, and environmental sustainability.
  • Agriculture & Food Systems
  • sustainability
  • Diversity & Inclusion

Webinar

Please join us for an outstanding year in review of how our Extension community quickly adapted to an urgent need for local food security, youth and parenting support, and community assistance state-wide. We will share new developments for 2021...
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension