Cornell College Events
Thursday, April 26th (link)
|All day||May 4 Deadline for Dimensions Internship Funding |
Dimensions provides funding support for internships. The funding is available only for credit-bearing internships and must be utilized to cover expenses incurred for the completion of the internship such as airfare, mileage for use of a personal vehicle, housing, parking, etc. The Dimensions website describes the application process, as well as the process for attaching academic credit and the maximum funding limits based upon the location of the internship. In order to receive consideration for funding support for a summer 2012 internship, Dimensions must receive applications no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, May 4. This deadline includes receipt of a letter of recommendation from your internship faculty sponsor.
|11:10 am||Small-Thomas Lecture Kimmel Theatre|
Award-winning activist, organizer and United Farm Workers co-founder Dolores Huerta will speak about "Social Justice: Building Movements for Social Change." Huerta is the president of the Dolores Huerta Foundation and co-founder of United Farm Workers (UFW). She has worked as a community organizer and social activist for more than 50 years and has played a major role in the American civil rights movement. A founding board member of the Feminist Majority Foundation, she also serves on the board of Ms. Magazine.
|11:10 am||SIG Lecture--CANCELLED West Science|
Alice Ganzel, associate professor of psychology, will speak on "The 'Moral Police?' Why You Should Care about the IRB and How to Make It Work for You." When does a class project pass into the realm of "research with human subjects" such that it requires IRB approval? What does it take to get a project approved? Is this just a bureaucratic hoop to jump through or is there something valuable to be learned by the experience? In this SIG lecture Ganzel will explore the history and role of Institutional Review Boards, and discuss what we (the Cornell IRB) see as their value. She will discuss some of the controversies engendered by ethical review, and offer practical advice about negotiating the process. This seminar will be valuable for anyone who may at some point present student and/or faculty research with human subjects in a public forum, including Student Symposium.
|3:00 pm||Geology Honors Thesis Defense--NOTE TIME CHANGE Norton|
Chelsea Nissen will defend her honors thesis titled "Major and Minor Elemental Analysis of Eclogitic Garnets from the North Qaidam (U)HP Metamorphic Belt, and Its Implications on Thermobarometry."
|3:30 pm-4:30 pm||Presentation by Kristi Meyer Law Hall|
Kristi Meyer, candidate for the teaching position in the department of kinesiology, will give a teaching presentation titled "Pediatric Athletes." A reception will follow in Moosehead Lounge.
|6:30 pm||Room Selection II Zamora's Market|
Students interested in a double room will select rooms for the 2012-2013 academic year. Bring your Numbers Draw passes and IDs for all roommates.
|9:00 pm-11:00 pm||Coffeehouse Harlan House|
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