Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events:

Time Event Title
11:15 am Feb 22ndCANCELED: Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Allee Chapel
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (AA), Thursdays 11:15 to Noon in Allee Chapel (except during breaks). Offering support. Living the 12 Steps. Open to students, faculty, staff, and townspeople. For more info. email scoleman. ~Sponsored by Chaplain & Spiritual Life
6:00 pm Feb 22ndLEADS Leadership and Entrepreneurship Panel Discussion and Reception Hall-Perrine Room of Thomas Commons
LEADS is hosting a Leadership and Entrepreneurship Panel Discussion and Reception and invites leaders from across campus. The event will feature a panel discussion from 6-7 p.m. and then a catered networking reception following, so an RSVP is requested to dpitts@cornellcollege.edu. Julie Zielinski is our moderator. She is Cornell's Intro to Entrepreneurship instructor and VP of Marketing and Strategy at the Entrepreneurial Development Center in Cedar Rapids. She will lead a discussion with Steve Shriver, CEO at Eco Lips, Pat Airy, President and CEO at Goodwill of The Heartland, Brooke Fitzgerald, owner of the Early Bird Cafe, and Andre' Wright, founder of the fashion label Born Leaders United. This is an excellent opportunity for students to learn about entrepreneurial leadership and practice networking skills.
11:15 am Feb 23rdMEDITATION, MINDFULNESS, & MIND-BODY-SPIRIT PRACTICES Allee Chapel
Join us for this learning and practice group on Fridays at 11:15 - noon in Allee Chapel (except during breaks). Sessions enfold seated and movement-based meditation from diverse Eastern and Western approaches. Includes contemplative wisdom for everyday life. Come for increased calm, compassion, resiliency, stress reduction, and ability to be more skillful with difficult emotions. Led by certified instructor (CQE). Students, faculty, staff, and townspeople welcome. ~Sponsored by Chaplain & Spiritual Life
12:05 pm Feb 26thCHRISTIAN CENTERING PRAYER Allee Chapel
Centering Prayer is a simple meditation practice in the Christian contemplative tradition with origins dating back to the fourth century. This 25-minute gathering includes a brief intro, Be Still psalm chant or sacred reading, 10-15 minutes of silent practice, and closing prayer. ~Sponsored by Chaplain & Spiritual Life Office
3:20 pm Feb 27thYOGA for Deep Peace & Ease (55-60 min. class) Shaw
Breath and energy focused yoga for deep relaxation at 3:20 p.m. in Shaw. Class typically enfolds vibrational sound healing through Himalayan singing bowls to enhance your relaxation experience. All skill levels welcome (You’ll need your Cornell ID to grab a mat and blanket from the Fitness Room). Led by certified instructors and open to students, faculty, and staff ~Sponsored by the Offices of Health, Counseling, and Spiritual Life.
12:15 pm Feb 28th30 Minute Gentle YOGA Shaw
Relax. De-stress. Renew from 12:15-12:45 p.m. in Shaw. A gentle class for beginners through intermediate (Use your Cornell ID to grab a mat and props from the Roe Howard Fitness Center. Led by certified instructors. Open to students, faculty, and staff ~Sponsored by the Offices of Health, Counseling, and Spiritual Life.
12:15 pm Feb 28th30 Minute Gentle YOGA Shaw
Relax. De-stress. Renew from 12:15-12:45 p.m. in Shaw. A gentle class for beginners through intermediate (Use your Cornell ID to grab a mat and props from the Roe Howard Fitness Center. Led by certified instructors. Open to students, faculty, and staff ~Sponsored by the Offices of Health, Counseling, and Spiritual Life.
3:15 pm Feb 28thBible Study & Tea Chaplain's Office
Going deeper. Join chaplain & Soul Friends for sacred encounter through scripture & reflection. 3:15-4 in The Chaplain's Office (3rd Floor Old Sem).
11:10 am Mar 1stSIG (Science Interest Group) Lecture: Diversity West Science
Title: Diversity Speaker: Marty Condon Abstract: Nobody knows how many species exist on Earth today. Most discovered terrestrial species are tropical insects. Estimates suggest that only about 10% of those insect species have scientific names. Our work continues to reveal extraordinary and unexpected levels of tropical insect diversity. We find many more ecologically specialized species than anyone predicted. Why? We want to explain unexpected patterns of diversification (evolutionary processes) and patterns of coexistence (unexpected local ecological patterns of diversity). In this SIG, I will emphasize not only the diversity of insects, but also the diversity of people who contribute to our team effort to reveal the dimensions of biodiversity.
11:15 am Mar 1stAlcoholics Anonymous (AA) Allee Chapel
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (AA), Thursdays 11:15 to Noon in Allee Chapel (except during breaks). Offering support. Living the 12 Steps. Open to students, faculty, staff, and townspeople. For more info. email scoleman. ~Sponsored by Chaplain & Spiritual Life

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