Thursday, 28 May 2015
At this public hearing, individuals have an opportunity to provide early input on agenda items for the state Board of Regents June 4 meeting in Ames.
Facilitated by Kerry Ann Rockquemore, May 28 (1-2:30 p.m.), hosted by the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity, register online with your ISU-sponsored membership
Lea Henderson, a program coordinator II with University Human Resources, is retiring June 2 after 18 years of service to Iowa State.
Clay Gurganus, a financial aid adviser in the office of student financial aid, resigned his post after more than 22 years of service. A short program will begin at 3 p.m.
"Painting" bisque is a fun and relaxing activity that can be done solo or with a group of friends. Personalize a gift for the happy couple! Studio fee is $4 for ISU and $5 for public to attend plus the cost of the bisque you select.
This is a 6 week course on Thursdays May 21, May 28, June 4, June 11, June 18, and June 25 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. This six-week beginner course will introduce how to use plants as the subject of art with easy approaches and successive lessons.
Master Gardener Gary Whittenbaugh of Fran Mara Garden in Oelwein believes the most complete and triumphant expression of gardening may be the rock garden. This is epically true if you include a few miniature and the smaller dwarf conifers. Rock gardens give us almost limitless plant choices and a long blooming season unequaled by any other type of garden. Don't miss this presentation - once you start rock gardening, you won't be able to stop.
World War II brought military training and war-related research to the Iowa State campus. History professor Douglas Biggs (University of Nebraska-Kearney) will discuss how the war accentuated Iowa State's transition to a nationally known college of science, engineering and technology.