Join your fellow Cornellians to eat, drink and be merry on Zinck’s Night, Thursday, October 19. International Spirit of Zinck’s Night is Cornell’s world-wide annual social event in honor of Ithaca saloonkeeper Theodore Zinck, as memorialized in Give my Regards to Davy.
Our Buffalo celebration will be from 6-8pm at Lakeward Sprits, Buffalo’s largest craft distillery. Tour the distillation process and enjoy camaraderie and refreshments with alumni. Cash bar; light hors d’oeuvres will be provided.
Please register in advance and reach out to Kelly Scherer at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Join the Cornell Club of Greater Buffalo on Wednesday August 2 for an evening of theater as we gather to see Shakespeare’s Macbeth. As the second of the Shakespeare in Delaware Park shows this season, Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s most famous tragedies. The performance will begin at 7:30pm, however plan to arrive between 6-6:30pm if you would like to join other club members in picnicking before the show. The club will not be providing any food, however all attendees are welcome to bring their own food and drink to enjoy.
What: Shakespeare in Delaware Park’s performance of Macbeth
When: Wednesday August 2
Where: Delaware Park – Hoyt Lake behind the Rose Garden, off Lincoln Parkway near the Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Time: Show begins at 7:30pm, and it is recommended by the SDP organization that attendees show up approximately 30 mins early if possible
Cost: Free! Friends and Family welcome!
Please register here so that we have an idea of who will be attending and can provide attendees with a contact number for where to locate the group on the hill in front of the stage:
For any questions about the event, please email Tricia Herby at email@example.com, or you can also visit the SDP FAQ’s page for answers to common questions: http://shakespeareindelawarepark.org/about/faqs/.
Cornell ILR Professor Talk – The Gig Economy and the American Dream with Louis Hyman
Wednesday, June 28 at 7 pm
Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site
641 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo NY
Free and Open to the Public – No registration required
Louis Hyman is an assistant professor in the Labor Relations, Law, and History department at the ILR school of Cornell University where he also directs the Institute for Workplace Studies. An economic historian, his research focuses on the history of American capitalism, particularly the intersection of the government and the market in everyday economic practice.
Hymans current focus is the history of temp labor and the gig economy in the United States. Building on this, Professor Hyman will discuss how the gig economy came to be such an outsized part of the work force, and how it has created both insecurity and opportunity. The discussion will also explore how it could yet be enhanced, with the right government investment, to encourage innovation and a better work-life balance for many Americans.
Cornell University ILR School | Partnership for the Public Good
Cornell Club of Greater Buffalo | High Road Fellowships
The Worker Institute | Cornell in Buffalo | Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site
As part of the Spring Cornell Cares Day, Cornellians are invited to help in the Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper annual Spring Cleanup!
On the morning of Saturday, April 22, Riverkeeper will host their annual spring shoreline sweep, ‘captaining’ the clean-up efforts of Lasalle Waterfront Park in Niagara Falls, NY. Efforts will begin at 10AM and volunteers should dress appropriately. Gloves and trash bags will be provided. Family and friends are of course invited to pitch in. The cleanup will conclude around 12PM.
Questions? Or to register for the clean-up please email your name, contact info, and anticipated number in your group to Chris Kramer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cornell Club of Greater Buffalo is pleased to present a free public lecture and book signing:
Glenn C. Altschuler
Thomas and Dorothy Litwin Professor of American Studies at Cornell University
Ten Great American Trials: Lessons in Advocacy
Tuesday April 4th, 2017 at 6:30 PM
The Office of Hodgson Russ LLP
The Guaranty Building | 140 Pearl Street | Buffalo, NY 14202
Advanced registration required: http://bit.ly/2lCkaUm
Books will be available for sale at the talk, courtesy of Talking Leaves Books.
Altschuler’s book, published in 2016 by the American bar Association and co-written with former Cornell law professor Faust Rossi, Ten Great American Trials, provides accounts of some of the most highly publicized and fascinating court cases of the twentieth century. The book also assesses the impact of cultural, social, and political values on the proceedings and the outcomes. The cases, several of which have been dubbed ‘the crime of the century’, were selected because they are dramatic, suspenseful, emotional, intellectually powerful, and have become part of American culture.
Glenn Altschuler is the Thomas and Dorothy Litwin Professor of American Studies at Cornell University. He received his PhD in American history from Cornell in 1976 and has been an administrator and teacher at Cornell since 1981. He is the author or coauthor of 11 books and more than one thousand essays and reviews. An animating force in the program in American studies at Cornell, Altschuler has won several awards for teaching and undergraduate advising. His work has been featured in the New York Times, National Public Radio, and The Boston Globe.