Past Events: 2022

Friday, October 7, 2022 - 12:00am

The 2022 New York State Veterinary Conference (NYS-VC) is a three-day interactive event that provides attendees with high-quality Continuing Education, offering up to 22 LIVE and over 120 on-demand RACE and NYS Continuing Education credit opportunities.

Our 2022 conference is October 7th through 9th and offers three different ways to engage. This year, we're excited to run a Hybrid event, offering on-site, online, and on-demand sessions. Whether you join us on-site at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine or virtually from the comfort and convenience...

Thursday, October 6, 2022 - 4:00pm

It is not possible to fully understand current global environmental politics and responses to environmental challenges without understanding the role of data platforms, devices, standards, and institutions, according to Jenny Goldstein, assistant professor in Global Development.

In an in-person...

Wednesday, October 5, 2022 - 4:00pm

Cornell Reproductive Sciences Center Seminar Series

Amanda Larracuente, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Biology

University of Rochester

"Intragenomic Conflict in Drosophila: Meiotic Drive and Satellite DNA

Wednesday, October 5

4 - 5 pm

Schurman Hall, LH-5

Wednesday, October 5, 2022 - 12:25pm

Perspectives in Global Development: Fall 2022 Seminar Series
Speaker: Olga Bolden-Tiller
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About the speaker

Dr. Olga U. Bolden-Tiller serves as the Dean for the College of Agriculture, Environment and Nutrition Sciences(CAENS) at Tuskegee University (TU) as well as the 1890 Research Director. She holds a BS degree in Agricultural Sciences (Animal Sciences) from Fort Valley State University and a PhD degree in Animal Sciences (Reproductive Biology) from...

Wednesday, October 5, 2022 - 10:30am

Contributing authors of Children and Youths’ Migration in a Global Landscape (Emerald, 2022) are joining the Migrations initiative to speak about their work and writing.

The edited volume asks how transnational mobility shapes the lives of young people and in each chapter, scholars present the stories of children from areas such as Myanmar, India, Hungary, the U.S., and Central America. Individually, these case studies address issues related to educational attainment, family reunification, social mobility, and identity. Collectively, these...

Tuesday, October 4, 2022 - 4:00pm

Biomedical & Biological Sciences Signature Seminars

Kent Sanders, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair,

Department of Physiology and Cell Biology

University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine


Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Lecture Hall 4, CVM


4 - 5pm

Tuesday, October 4, 2022 - 11:15am

Title: "New Perspectives on Translation Control in Pathogens"

By: Satoshi Kimura, Department of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

Saturday, October 1, 2022 - 4:00pm

The 13th DeeDee Arrison Concert for the Animals will held in person and online on October 1st, 2022, with world-renowned violinists Tim Fain and Francisco Fullana accompanied by pianist Robert Koenig. 

The annual concert, as well as the DeeDee Arrison Holistic & Integrative Wellness Seminar Series, was endowed in 2010 by Clement and Karen Arrison, in memory of their beloved ten-year-old Briard, to strengthen understanding of integrated veterinary medicine, which brings...

Friday, September 30, 2022 - 9:00am

Soil is the foundation of our food systems and our planet’s most biodiverse habitat. It also has a key part to play in humankind’s ability to mitigate and manage the process and effects of global warming.  
Important as it is to our planet’s life support system, there is much to be learned about this vital but under-appreciated resource.  The Cornell community and wider Ithaca area public are warmly invited to explore some of what’s happening at Cornell to advance our knowledge about soil, its life-sustaining qualities for a healthy future, and the various ways we can work to protect...

Thursday, September 29, 2022 - 4:30pm

Natural disasters and the dire effects of climate change cause massive population displacements and lead to some of the most intractable political and humanitarian challenges seen today. And yet, under current U.S. law, there is no such thing as a climate refugee.

To address today’s realities, U.S. migration policies need to change, argues María Cristina García in a live Chats in the Stacks talk about her book State of Disaster:...

Wednesday, September 28, 2022 - 4:00pm

Cornell Reproductive Sciences Center Seminar Series

Amanda Larracuente, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Biology

University of Rochester

"Intragenomic Conflict in Drosophila: Meiotic Drive and Satellite DNA

Wednesday, September 28

4 - 5 pm

Schurman Hall, LH-5

Wednesday, September 28, 2022 - 12:25pm

Perspectives in Global Development: Fall 2022 Seminar Series
Speaker: Sara Scherr
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National governments, international organizations and investors are launching major policy initiatives and strategies to address the world’s many crises related to land: food and water insecurity, climate change, land degradation, biodiversity loss, COVID-19 and poverty. But it has been challenging to translate these into practical action on the ground. Sectoral programs and policies often...

Tuesday, September 27, 2022 - 4:00pm

A Zoetis Research Award Seminar, honoring Dr. Sabine Mann. Seminar to be followed by reception in the 1st floor Atrium,

Friday, September 23, 2022 - 12:15pm

Title: "Ambiguous Anti-Viral Antibodies"

By: Sarah Caddy, Baker Institute for Animal Health, Cornell University

Friday, September 23, 2022 - 12:00pm

Just Get on the Pill: The Uneven Burden of Reproductive Politics

Join the CPC and the Cornell Brooks School for a seminar with Krystale Littlejohn,  Assistant Professor Department of Sociology, University of Oregon.

Littlejohn will discuss insights from her book, Just Get on the Pill: The Uneven Burden of Reproductive Politics, published by University of California Press in August. In Just Get on the Pill, Littlejohn draws on interviews with 103 young cis women to understand the...

Thursday, September 22, 2022 - 4:00pm

Organic matter was once extolled as the essential soil ingredient, but the availability of inexpensive synthetic fertilizers and the mass industrialization of farming after World War II have led to a serious soil crisis. What can we do to increase the vitality of soils today and for future generations?

In a live Chats in the Stacks talk about his book Building Soils for Better Crops: Ecological Management for Healthy Soils (SARE...

Wednesday, September 21, 2022 - 4:00pm

Cornell Reproductive Sciences Center Seminar Series

"The Power of GeDi: Genetic Diversity as a Tool for Dissection of Mammalian Reproduction"

Ewelina Bolcun-Filas, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

The Jackson Laboratory

Wednesday, September 21, 2022 - 12:25pm

Perspectives in Global Development: Fall 2022 Seminar Series
Distinguished Speaker: Shakuntala Thilsted 
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Global hunger and malnutrition rates have been increasing, exacerbated by disruptions, including climate change, conflicts and COVID-19. Over the past three years, these disruptions have reversed the progress we have made towards achieving Agenda 2030, especially meeting the targets of SDG 2: Zero Hunger. There is growing recognition, backed by scientific data, on...

Wednesday, September 21, 2022 - 12:00pm

eCornell Keynote - ILR School

Our climate, economy, and society are in crisis. Climate disasters, skyrocketing costs of living, and deepening inequality are hitting workers first and worst. Workers know that our time to act is running out; that’s why unions across the country are organizing to tackle these compounding crises with a bold, pro-worker climate agenda.

The Climate Jobs Summit on September 21 and accompanying Week of Action will bring together climate jobs coalitions, labor leaders, union climate activists, environmental advocates, policymakers, scientists,...

Tuesday, September 20, 2022 - 4:00pm

Department of Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series

Kristen O'Connell, PhD

Associate Professor

The Jackson Laboratory