|10:00 am-3:00 pm||Red Cross Blood Drive Hall-Perrine Room of Thomas Commons|
Cornell is proud to host the Red Cross Blood Drive. By signing up online at redcross.org/give-blood, you can be assured of your donation time, but walk-ins are also welcome! You can save a life today.
For questions or concerns, contact HGanzel or SHebel.
|11:00 am-12:30 pm||Off-Campus Studies Fair Orange Carpet|
Are you interested in studying off-campus for a summer, semester or year? Then be sure to attend our Off-Campus Studies Fair. Students and faculty, as well as representatives from our various affiliated study abroad and exchange programs, are eager to talk to you about planning your next off-campus studies adventure.
Please visit the OCS website to read about our affiliated and exchange programs:
|11:00 am-1:00 pm||How to Bounce Back Information Table Thomas Commons|
Come learn more about what it means to be resilient, why failing isn't always a bad thing, and how to grow from hard times. Take a quiz and receive a prize. You may find out you are more resilient than you think you are! Sponsored by the Counseling Center.
|3:15 pm-4:00 pm||Note Taking Workshop Thomas Commons|
Taking notes is an important part of the academic process to retain information. Come to this workshop to brainstorm ways to enhance your note taking!
|3:20 pm||YOGA: Come for Calm, Ease, & Peace Shaw|
Gentle, breath and energy focused classes every Tuesdays in Shaw.
Arrive no later than 3:20 p.m. (You’ll need your Cornell ID to grab a mat and blanket from the Fitness Room). See info & waiver on weblink.
Led by certified instructors. Open to students, faculty, and staff
~Sponsored by the Offices of Health, Counseling, and Spiritual Life.
|3:30 pm-4:30 pm||Lego Club Cole Library|
Come build and play at Lego Club! Lego Club is held every Tuesday, from 3:30-4:30 p.m.
|4:15 pm||Men's Soccer vs. Monmouth College Mount Vernon|
|6:00 pm||Society for Technical Communication College Night Hall-Perrine Room of Thomas Commons|
Cornell College is hosting the Society of Technical Communication College Night in Hall-Perrine in the Thomas Commons. STC College Night: Career Chats with Writers
Have you ever wanted to know more about a career that involved writing but didn’t know who to ask? Now’s your chance! Come to our dinner and program (free for all college students) and talk with five diverse professionals who have made a living by writing. Move to five different tables— speed dating style—and listen and discuss with writers what the writing life is all about. You can find out what courses might be helpful to you and strategies for job hunting when you get ready to graduate. Guests Speakers: Laura Behrens, Owner and Principal at Red Pen Communications, Kurt Rogahn, Former Proposal Writer/Manager at Pearson, Kim Schwarzkopf, Strategic Project Leader at Deere & Company, Andrea Taylor Consulting Technical Writer at RSA, and Jean Wilson, Senior Principal Technical Writer at Oracle Corporation.
|6:15 pm||Graduate and Professional School Panel and Workshop Thomas Commons|
This workshop is sponsored by the Rise Up program for first-generation students, and it is designed for juniors. Have you been thinking about whether post-graduate education is right for you after you graduate from Cornell? Are you thinking about getting a Master’s degree, Ph.D., M.D., or MBA or about going to law school? What kinds of factors should you consider in making this decision? A panel of individuals with advanced degrees will talk about their education and how it relates to their current profession, and about challenges and triumphs along the way. This session offers information about what is required for post-graduate study in a number of different areas how to pay for it. Though this event is sponsored by Rise Up, any junior is welcome to attend. For further information, contact Faculty Director Sue Astley at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 4450.