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|4:00 pm Feb 18th||Chemistry seminar: New Strategies to Achieve Photoactivation of Biomolecules Using Visible Light West Science|
Professor Art Winter from Iowa State University will discuss his research on ways to control biomolecules in space and time using focused and pulsed light to release activated molecules in cells.
|11:30 am Feb 24th||Job Search Bootcamp Thomas Commons|
Looking to secure an internship? Not sure where to start? Rebecca and Jason from the Career Engagement Center will teach you how to navigate the process of creating application materials, knowing where to search, and working with campus partners regarding funding or academic credit. Whether you are actively searching for an internship or would like to secure one before you graduate, this program is for you!
|9:00 am Feb 26th||Black Student Symposium Orange Carpet|
On the Orange Carpet, the academic works completed by members of the Black Awareness Cultural Organization will be displayed for all of campus to view. From current students to our successful alumni, the impact of these students work will be made accessible along with important historical documents associated with the school's relationship with the black community will be put on display.
|7:00 pm Mar 29th||Room Selection 2016-17: Room Draw I Thomas Commons|
Students interested in singles, triples, and quads will select a room for the 2016-17 academic year. Bring your Numbers Draw passes and IDs for all roommates.
|6:30 pm Mar 31st||Room Selection 2016-17: Room Draw II Thomas Commons|
Students interested in a double room will select rooms for the 2016-17 academic year. Bring your Numbers Draw passes and IDs for all roommates.
|9:00 am Apr 16th||Student Symposium 2016 Thomas Commons|
The Cornell College Student Symposium provides a venue in which students may present their scholarly and creative work. Each student participant works closely with a faculty sponsor in choosing, preparing and presenting her/his work. The projects, many initiated by students, generally take several months to prepare. Presentations may be in oral, poster or performance/lecture format. Initiated in 1997, the symposium encourages wide community participation and attendance. It has become an annual event and an important part of the Cornell experience. This event is open to the public.
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