Tuesday, 02 Nov 2021
Join Kirsten Abel, SVPP honors and awards coordinator, and an expert panel to discuss external recognition for career progression. Identify resources and strategies to successfully position yourself to garner external recognitions. A panel of highly awarded faculty will share their strategies for success.
Wednesday, 03 Nov 2021
The P&S Council is a representative body elected by, and responsible to, Professional and Scientific employees at Iowa State University. Meetings are open to the public.
Thursday, 04 Nov 2021
Performances of original compositions under the direction of Kinesiology faculty member Cynthia Adams. Dance students and Orchesis I dancers will present choreography inspired by their close investigations at the sculptures and drawings from the exhibition "Charles Ginnever: Folded Forms."
Friday, 05 Nov 2021
The university's highest awards to alumni and friends will be presented, with a reception immediately following the ceremony.
Sunday, 07 Nov 2021
Iowa State Center, specifically the Scheman building, has been a hub of events and entertainment for over 50 years. This tour highlights the history of the Scheman building and the art within.
Monday, 08 Nov 2021
Three veterans, all former students, who died in military combat and whose names are engraved on the walls of Gold Star Hall will be memorialized during the ceremony. Photos, memorabilia and the personal stories of these Iowa Staters will be shared.
Tuesday, 09 Nov 2021
All faculty and staff members are invited to meet and chat with first-generation college students at Iowa State. Enjoy activities and refreshments.
The Faculty Senate represents the general faculty of Iowa State and participates in shared governance of the University with the administration. Senate meetings are open to the public.
Wednesday, 10 Nov 2021
Jewelry, coins, glass, ceramics and framed artwork will be for sale. Proceeds benefit the University Museums.
The Victorian lady was the original craft queen and DIY-er. While many imagine them as sitting decorously in parlors with baskets of needlework, Victorian women were capable of much more than that. Join University Museums to uncover the stories of women crafters.
Thursday, 11 Nov 2021
This event includes a presentation by associate provost for faculty Dawn Bratsch-Prince and Sara Marcketti, director of the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) and Morrill Professor in the apparel, events and hospitality management department. There will be time for networking and refreshments. Term faculty, faculty mentors and college and department administrators are welcome.
Susan Larson, administrative specialist with University Museums, is retiring Nov. 11. Celebrate with her in the Brunnier Art Museum; treats will be served (or take them with you) in the museums office next door.
Tuesday, 16 Nov 2021
Paul Gallagher, associate professor emeritus in economics, retired from the university in May 2020.
Tuesday, 30 Nov 2021
Open Spaces was developed as a way to create face to face interaction here on campus. It provides community members a chance to learn a new skill or share a talent of their own. Any person with a specific skill (dance, music, sports) is invited to teach these skills to the others for free. The idea is to promote cultural understanding and to break the borders between people. All are welcome.