Events

May 29 - June 4, 2020

Friday, May 29

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Reunion Weekend

Reunion Weekend

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For a full-year view of the official academic calendar please visit www.colgate.edu/academiccalendar

Image: David Ryckaert III (Flemish, 1612–1661), Interior of an Inn with Four Figures, ca. 1640, oil on panel. A Gift from Max Oberlander, 2015.5.3. Photo: Richard Walker.

The Picker Art Gallery continues its in-depth look at the past, present, and future of the museum’s collections in Original Materials II: The Picker Art...

Image: ‘Found in Collection’ objects on exhibit. Photo: Mark Williams.

Reopening February 4, 2020 “Shhh! Don’t Tell Anyone!” Uncovering Histories of the Longyear Museum of Anthropology The Longyear Museum of Anthropology, in...

CANCELED - Gallery Talks - Reunion Weekend

Join PAG curator, Dr. Nicholas West, for a tour of the exhibition Original Materials II. Curator of Works in Progress: Original Materials from the...

Virtual Skies over Central New York

Virtual Skies over Central New York

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Via Zoom, take a live virtual tour of the Night Sky presented by Colgate students and staff at the Ho Tung Visualization Lab & Planetarium. Learn about...

Saturday, May 30

CANCELLED Colgate University Men's Rowing at IRA National Championship

CANCELLED Colgate University Men's Rowing at IRA National Championship https://gocolgateraiders.com/calendar.aspx?id=7944

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Reunion Weekend

Reunion Weekend

Recurring event - click to view more dates

For a full-year view of the official academic calendar please visit www.colgate.edu/academiccalendar

CANCELED - LMAkerspace

Join other makers for an informal gathering. Bring your own craft, or try out new ones, with supplies and refreshments provided. Hosted by the Longyear...

Image: David Ryckaert III (Flemish, 1612–1661), Interior of an Inn with Four Figures, ca. 1640, oil on panel. A Gift from Max Oberlander, 2015.5.3. Photo: Richard Walker.

The Picker Art Gallery continues its in-depth look at the past, present, and future of the museum’s collections in Original Materials II: The Picker Art...

Image: ‘Found in Collection’ objects on exhibit. Photo: Mark Williams.

Reopening February 4, 2020 “Shhh! Don’t Tell Anyone!” Uncovering Histories of the Longyear Museum of Anthropology The Longyear Museum of Anthropology, in...

CANCELLED: Utica Zoo: Hop, Waddle, Slither, Swoop!

Join us at the Colgate Bookstore on Saturday, May 30th from 1pm - 2pm for the Utica Zoo: Hop, Waddle, Slither, Swoop! Free and open to children of all ages,...

Sunday, May 31

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Reunion Weekend

Reunion Weekend

Recurring event - click to view more dates

For a full-year view of the official academic calendar please visit www.colgate.edu/academiccalendar

Image: David Ryckaert III (Flemish, 1612–1661), Interior of an Inn with Four Figures, ca. 1640, oil on panel. A Gift from Max Oberlander, 2015.5.3. Photo: Richard Walker.

The Picker Art Gallery continues its in-depth look at the past, present, and future of the museum’s collections in Original Materials II: The Picker Art...

Image: ‘Found in Collection’ objects on exhibit. Photo: Mark Williams.

Reopening February 4, 2020 “Shhh! Don’t Tell Anyone!” Uncovering Histories of the Longyear Museum of Anthropology The Longyear Museum of Anthropology, in...

Monday, June 1

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Tuesday, June 2

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Image: David Ryckaert III (Flemish, 1612–1661), Interior of an Inn with Four Figures, ca. 1640, oil on panel. A Gift from Max Oberlander, 2015.5.3. Photo: Richard Walker.

The Picker Art Gallery continues its in-depth look at the past, present, and future of the museum’s collections in Original Materials II: The Picker Art...

Image: ‘Found in Collection’ objects on exhibit. Photo: Mark Williams.

Reopening February 4, 2020 “Shhh! Don’t Tell Anyone!” Uncovering Histories of the Longyear Museum of Anthropology The Longyear Museum of Anthropology, in...

“Bring Your Best Idea:” Reflections on Remote Teaching

This open / facilitated conversation is designed to provide faculty members with the opportunity to share lessons learned, small victories, and successful...

“Bring Your Best Idea:” Reflections on Remote Teaching

This open / facilitated conversation is designed to provide faculty members with the opportunity to share lessons learned, small victories, and successful...

Wednesday, June 3

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Image: David Ryckaert III (Flemish, 1612–1661), Interior of an Inn with Four Figures, ca. 1640, oil on panel. A Gift from Max Oberlander, 2015.5.3. Photo: Richard Walker.

The Picker Art Gallery continues its in-depth look at the past, present, and future of the museum’s collections in Original Materials II: The Picker Art...

Image: ‘Found in Collection’ objects on exhibit. Photo: Mark Williams.

Reopening February 4, 2020 “Shhh! Don’t Tell Anyone!” Uncovering Histories of the Longyear Museum of Anthropology The Longyear Museum of Anthropology, in...

Exploring Course Design for Remote Teaching

This open / facilitated session is for faculty members interested in asking questions and sharing ideas about course design to support remote instruction....

Exploring Course Design for Remote Teaching

This open / facilitated session is for faculty members interested in asking questions and sharing ideas about course design to support remote instruction....

Thursday, June 4

Portrait of St. Mark with a lion. From Book of Hours for the use of Lisieux (Normandy).  France: Rouen School, late 15th century (1480s).

This exhibition features illustrations of creatures as realized in religious, scientific, and literary texts from the rare book collections in the Special...

Image: David Ryckaert III (Flemish, 1612–1661), Interior of an Inn with Four Figures, ca. 1640, oil on panel. A Gift from Max Oberlander, 2015.5.3. Photo: Richard Walker.

The Picker Art Gallery continues its in-depth look at the past, present, and future of the museum’s collections in Original Materials II: The Picker Art...

Image: ‘Found in Collection’ objects on exhibit. Photo: Mark Williams.

Reopening February 4, 2020 “Shhh! Don’t Tell Anyone!” Uncovering Histories of the Longyear Museum of Anthropology The Longyear Museum of Anthropology, in...

Teaching and Learning with Digital Technologies

This open / facilitated session invites faculty members to brainstorm and ideas about learning activities, assignments, student engagement, and creating...

May 29 - June 4, 2020