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Wednesday, 20 Oct 2021

Art Walk: Abstraction in Public Art

Oct 20, 2021

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Carom sculpture outside Black Engineering Building


University Museums Arts, performances Meetings, receptions

The concept of Abstraction in art has always been divisive. Join University Museums to explore how abstraction is a continuum expressed throughout the Art on Campus Collection

Supporting Neurodiverse Students: Traits, Challenges, and Access Needs (Jamie Niman)

Oct 20, 2021

1:10 PM - 2:30 PM

View on your own via zoom


Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Training, development

Jamie Niman (Accessibility Coordinator, Student Accessibility Services) covers foundational information on neurodivergence (Autism, ADHD, learning disabilities, etc.) as well as recommended strategies and practical supports to apply in your work with students regarding access and inclusion.

Walking in Someone Else's Shoes: The True Impact of Digital Accessibility

Oct 20, 2021

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Online only - view on your own via Zoom (registration information below)


Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Lectures

Alt text, captions, and audio descriptions oh my! Many of us have heard of the concept of digital accessibility but what would it really be like to walk in someone else's shoes to truly experience the real impact of digital accessibility? This QM success story focuses on just that, so Chris Smith of North Carolina Virtual Public School to find out in this K-12-focused webinar.

Seminar: Distinguishing viruses responsible for influenza-like illness

Oct 20, 2021

3:10 PM - 4:00 PM

401 Carver Hall


Research Office Lectures

Join this in-person Mathematical Biology Seminar to hear Julie Spencer, Postdoctoral from the Los Alamos National Laboratory, discuss her research using modeling to determine respiratory pathogens different epidemiological parameters and outbreak properties.

Seminar: Trace theorems for non-differentiable functions

Oct 20, 2021

4:10 PM - 5:00 PM



Research Office Lectures

Join this Probability, Analysis, and Data Science (PADS) seminar to hear Dr. Mikil Foss, Professor in Mathematics at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, discuss research into a theorem that provides a well-defined boundary-value function that exists in a fractional Sobolev space and has the Lebesgue point property yet requires no differentiability within the domain and allows very irregular boundaries.

Reception: SheTalks

Oct 20, 2021

4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Atrium, ISU Research Park Core Facility


Pappajohn Center for Entrepreneurship Conferences

Six women entrepreneurs will tell their stories in short "Women Who Create" presentations. This cocktail event follows the Women Who Create Conference. Registration requested.

One Man's Journey from Sudan, to Iowa State, to the Olympics

Oct 20, 2021

5:30 PM

Sun Room, Memorial Union


Lecture Series Lectures

Guor Mading Maker is a former Iowa State University track athlete. He competed for the South Sudanese in the 2016 Olympics. He is a Dinka tribesman. A screening of the documentary "Runner," followed by a Q&A with Guor.

Grandma Mojo's Improv Comedy

Oct 20, 2021

8:00 PM

Maintenance Shop, Memorial Union


Student Union Board Arts, performances Student activities

ISU's premier student improv troupe presents unscripted fun at its finest every other Wednesday in the M-Shop.