Sunday, 11 Apr 2021
Jonathan Sturm, violin and viola Michael Banwarth, piano Music by Amy Beach, William Grant Still, Rebecca Clarke
Monday, 12 Apr 2021
"The Power of Peaceful Protest," introduction by Julie Roosa, adjunct assistant professor, Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication. Kick off the annual First Amendment Days celebration listening to ISU community members recount their experiences assembling with others in order to question authority and to shake up campus.
Robert Bickel, professor emeritus of law at Stetson University College of Law, and Gene Policinski, senior fellow for the First Amendment at the Freedom Forum, authors of "The First Amendment and the Civil Rights Movement," created with the support of Stetson University and the Freedom Forum. A First Amendment Days event.
Link to event: https://alumni.cals.iastate.edu/lectures/carl-and-marjory-hertz-lecture-on-emerging-issues-in-agriculture/ Dhamu Thamodaran, retired executive vice president, chief strategy officer and chief commodity hedging officer for Smithfield Foods, has been a respected global leader in the agricultural industry for more than 30 years.
Tuesday, 13 Apr 2021
Student activists representing Students Against Racism, the International Student Council, Monsoon Asians and Pacific Islanders in Solidarity, Graduate and Professional Student Senate, and the Iowa State Daily will share their experiences in mobilizing others on campus to create change. They will also discuss the challenge of dealing with hateful speech and share ways more students can get involved. A First Amendment Days event.
Join a panel of experts as they discuss the changing face of farming in Iowa, in conjunction with the exhibition Compelling Ground.
Supporting students in recovery from substance use is a critical social justice issue, and the college environment can be an abstinence- or recovery-hostile environment for students. This reality highlights concerns of educational access, sense of belonging, academic success, degree completion, and personal development (i.e., residential, co-curricular) for students in recovery.
This conversation will be a starting place for implementing inclusive pedagogy and learner-centered practices into your syllabus for the upcoming year. We will discuss strategies for producing a student-centered syllabus and the importance of establishing clear expectations and goals, using transparent teaching methods, and building rapport and community in your class.
Bonnie Siegler, voted one of the 50 most influential designers working today by Graphic Design USA, founded and runs the award-winning design studio Eight and a Half. She is best known for her design work for Saturday Night Live, HBO, Late Night with Seth Meyers, and Newsweek.
Wednesday, 14 Apr 2021
Join us for a hands-on interactive session learning to create your own protest art led by Sherry Berghefer, associate teaching professor in the Greenlee School. Whether signs for a march or posters for your wall, you'll learn the basic elements to consider when creating your own protest works. A First Amendment Days event.
The First Amendment's right to assemble and to petition is not the only path toward change. Art can be a highly effective form of resistance. Join the experts from University Museums on a virtual exploration of works of art on campus that seek to challenge the status quo. Questions from the audience will be encouraged. A First Amendment Days event.
Let us dedicate time in 2021 to reflect and celebrate what connects us to nature and to each other. This spring, Reiman Gardens welcomes the season with a sculptural exhibit 'Origami in the Garden 2.' Like origami, nature folds and unfolds in breathtaking ways. The living earth gives a sense of peace that can be incorporated into personal and learning environments.
In this session you will learn about USDA and USDA NIFA-specific requirements, including indirect cost limitations, cost-share requirements, and other agency-specific forms. You'll walk away with some tips and tricks for dealing with common proposal development issues, and you'll have some useful resources to help you through the proposal development process. Come prepared with your pre-award and proposal development questions!
CELT's Choose Your Instructional Tool Adventure focuses on various instructional strategies found on the CELT website and demonstrates practical ways to incorporate these tools in a Canvas course. Instructional support staff will facilitate each 30-minute byte. These 30-minutes builds on concepts covered in the Canvas Mini-Bytes training videos on the CELT instructional strategies pages.
By Tom Warkentin, University of Saskatchewan
by Carolyn Fish
Nadine Strossen is a Professor of Constitutional Law at New York Law School and the first woman national President of the American Civil Liberties Union, where she served from 1991 through 2008.
Thursday, 15 Apr 2021
In this session you will learn tips on developing and submitting protocols to the IRB. A member of IRB staff will walk through key sections of the IRB application and explain what the IRB looks for during the review process.
When we think of the First Amendment and the power of protest, we may not immediately think of music. In this Depth & Dialogue session, ISU student Durga Sritharan shares why we should. Find out how music is one of the most powerful forms of expression, providing an avenue for several centuries for underrepresented individuals and groups to express their voices, thoughts, and emotions. Q&A will follow. A First Amendment Days event.
Des Moines Register reporter Andrea Sahouri was covering a Black Lives Matter protest when a Des Moines police officer arrested her. She and others made it clear she was a journalist, but prosecutors refused to drop the charges. After a 3-day jury trial, Sahouri was acquitted in under two hours. Sahouri will share her harrowing story, talk about the importance of a free press and answer questions. A First Amendment Days event.
APPQMR (Applying the Quality Matters Rubric) is a virtual offering of the Quality Matters flagship workshop on the underlying principles of the Quality Matters rubric, an instrument for assessing the quality of online courses. Learn how to use the QM rubric as you apply it to a demo online course and recommend practical course improvements.
When protesters gathered last summer in Des Moines to advocate for social justice, Greenlee alumnus Michael Englund knew he needed to grab his camera. See his pictures and hear his story during this compelling Depth and Dialogue session. A First Amendment Days event.
During last summer's Black Lives Matter protests in Washington, D.C., journalist and Ames native Will Fowler, a science writer for WE&T, and freelance journalist and editor, headed to the streets. At first intending to observe the demonstrations as a reporter, he quickly became involved with the movement directly. Can a reporter become so entangled in a story that remaining objective becomes impossible? A First Amendment Days event.
The First Amendment Committee will announce the winners of the "Pawsies," the First Amendment Days Pet Film Competition. Vote for your favorite through April 9 in our online poll. A First Amendment Days event.
Matt Lamb is an assistant editor for The College Fix, a higher education news site, which trains student journalists. In college, he interned for a government watchdog group called Open the Books. This talk will delve into the tools students and other people can use to hold their school and government entities accountable.
Friday, 16 Apr 2021
Examine the challenges and opportunities provided by free expression. Led by First Amendment experts from the state, three workshop sessions use current events to engage a dialogue with national scholars. This session will be led by Andrea Frantz, Buena Vista University, and Frank LoMonte, Director of the Brechner Center for Freedom of Information, University of Florida. A First Amendment Days event.
Examine the challenges and opportunities provided by free expression. Led by First Amendment experts from the state, three workshop sessions use current events to engage a dialogue with national scholars. Registration is required. This session will be led by Andrea Frantz, Buena Vista University, and Frank LoMonte, Director of the Brechner Center for Freedom of Information, University of Florida. A First Amendment Days event.
Examine the challenges and opportunities provided by free expression. Led by First Amendment experts from the state, three workshop sessions use current events to engage a dialogue with national scholars. Registration is required. This session will be led by Brian Steffen, Simpson College, Mark Stringer, ACLU of Iowa, Pam Parry, Southeast Missouri State, and Ken Paulson, Middle Tennessee State University. A First Amendment Days event.
Examine the challenges and opportunities provided by free expression. Led by First Amendment experts from the state, three workshop sessions use current events to engage a dialogue with national scholars. Registration is required. This session will be led by Julie Roosa, Iowa State University, Nadine Strossen, New York University Law School, and Gene Policinski, Freedom Forum Institute, First Amendment Center. A First Amendment Days event.
"Raise Your Voice" documentary director and producer Maribeth Romslo and First Amendment advocate Mary Beth Tinker will participate in a two-part, live discussion about the power of social movements through youth free speech in America. A First Amendment Days event for high school and Iowa State students. Register in advance.