NanoScale Facility to celebrate 40 years of nanotech, focus on future

The Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility is celebrating its 40-year anniversary Thursday, Sept. 14, with a full day of presentations and panel discussions on campus.

Division of Financial Affairs launches new campus forum

Vice President for Financial Affairs and Interim Treasurer Gerald Hector has initiated a series of ongoing, monthly gatherings designed to encourage and facilitate information exchange between the Division of Financial Affairs (DFA) and its campus partners.


Things to Do, Sept. 8-15, 2017

Events on campus this week include a 1921 "Hamlet" with live music in Sage Chapel, a book talk on music and cosmology by Andrew Hicks, work by artist Rebecca Rutstein '93, poetry and new films.

Run or walk to work, Sept. 15

The annual National Run/Walk to School/Work event, open to the entire Cornell community, will be held Sept. 15, with the opportunity for participants to win prizes.


Join the Hurricane Harvey Supply Drive

Join with other local and Cornell community members to donate items to help victims of Hurricane Harvey this Saturday.


Farewell to Cassini community celebration is Sept. 15

To honor Cornell’s research role in the Cassini spacecraft’s achievements, the Department of Astronomy will hold a community farewell celebration Sept. 15.

Day of Caring is Sept. 13; Cornell United Way kicks off Sept. 20 

The United Way of Tompkins County will celebrate its 21st annual Stephen E. Garner Day of Caring and kick off its 2017-18 Community Campaign Sept. 13, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Stewart Park’s large pavilion.


Students work around the clock on Festival 24

On Aug. 26, more than 45 actors, dancers, directors, playwrights, stage managers and technical crew came together to produce four plays in 24 hours during the annual Festival 24.

A gender-bending Hamlet silent film with live music screens Sept. 14

The restored 1921 German silent film “Hamlet,” starring Denmark’s most famous film actress, Asta Neilsen, as Hamlet, screens Sept. 14.