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2018 Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Commemoration Event

This annual Commemoration event brings the Cornell campus and Ithaca communities together through a series of events centered on the service, activism, and legacy of Dr. King.

This year’s keynote speaker is award-winning author and filmmaker of "The Residue Years" and a prominent advocate for criminal justice reform, Mitchell S. Jackson. He is a faculty member at New York University, in addition to being a fellow with TED, the Lannan Foundation, and the BreadLoaf Conference. We are very excited for his keynote address,

2018 Graduate Diversity & Inclusion Spring Recognition Banquet

On behalf of the Graduate School Office of Inclusion & Student Engagement and the OISE Student Leadership Council, we invite you to join us for the 2018 Graduate Diversity & Inclusion Spring Recognition Banquet where we will celebrate the close of the academic year, present awards, and recognize diverse graduate and professional degree students for their academic, professional, and service related achievemen

Pie with Deans

Pie with the Deans sessions are open to any graduate or professional student to chat with the deans at the Graduate School. Stop by for pie and an informal visit with the Graduate School deans.  Come and go as needed. 

Pie with Deans

Pie with the Deans sessions are open to any graduate or professional student to chat with the deans at the Graduate School. Stop by for pie and an informal visit with the Graduate School deans.  Come and go as needed. 

Escape From the Archive: Encountering History Through Teatre and Performance

The Association of Graduates in Theater and the Department of Performing and Media Arts are proud to present our fall conference, Escape from the Archive: Encountering History through Theatre and Performance, October 27-29. The conference features a keynote lecture, "Archival Curiosities and Fugitive Geographies in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun," from Professor Soyica Diggs Colbert (Georgetown University), and a staged reading of a new play, Casa Cushman, written and directed by Leigh Fondakowski (T

7th annual Graduate Diversity and Inclusion Renaissance Ball

This semi-formal ball is an effort to bring together the Cornell community for a social night of class and elegance, with a live band, a DJ, hors d'ouevres, and a wine bar. The Renaissance Ball facilitates the expansion of individual networks and also encourages the initiation of future collaborative works amongst the partnering organizations.This year's theme is the Harlem Renaissance, come join us in commemorating this cultural and artistic explosion of expression by dressing in your favorite style!  

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