Thursday, 05 Mar 2015
Learn how to negotiate for the conditions that create your career success. Led by Regina Barr, founder and CEO of Red Ladder Inc.
Workshop on balancing work and private life
"Vaccine Studies to Mitigate Influenza in a Pig Model," Dr. Renukaradhya Gourapura, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, Ohio State University, Wooster, Ohio. Gourapura will discuss the strategies developed to increase the likelihood of cross-protective efficacy of candidate inactivated virus vaccines in a pig model. Pizza will served at the beginning of the seminar. Cosponsored by the department of biomedical sciences.
Cyclone Club luncheons are open to the public. The program, led by John Walters, features a different coach each month. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. Cost of admission includes a catered lunch and door prizes.
Colleges and universities are committing resources to re-design classroom spaces to promote active, participatory, and experiential learning (Harvey & Kenyon, 2013; Oblinger, 2006). This case study will discuss an assessment of an Active Learning Classroom (ALC) as part of a campus wide evaluation of learning spaces at Iowa State University.
P&S Council meetings are open to the public.
This event has been canceled. The apparel, merchandising and design department annual poster festival features design, research and teaching scholarship. Posters and apparel designs on display. Refreshments will be served.
Three Iowa State women -- two employees and a student -- will be honored for their efforts to empower women or eliminate racism. Enjoy light appetizers and live performances. Purchase tickets from the YWCA Ames-ISU.
Design Corps founder Bryan Bell will offer examples of successful projects and best practices in public interest design--a rapidly growing field that encompasses work often called community design, social design, humanitarian design and pro bono design--and propose ways to maximize the public value of design. Part of the Spring 2015 Architecture Advisory Council Lecture Series.
This is a 6 week course on Mondays March 23, March 30, April 6, April 13, April 20, & April 27 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Learn how to use plants as the subject of art with easy approaches & successive lessons. Learn from artist Megan Henson as you draw from flowers & plants in the classroom, the Hughes Conservatory, & even get inspired by those early spring blooms in outside. Use your drawings for nature journals, hand-made cards, & more.
At this public hearing, individuals have an opportunity to provide early input on agenda items for the state Board of Regents March 11 meeting in Iowa City.
Celebrate Women's History Month by turning inspiring words into stitched art. Needlework has moved from early samplers and quilting decoration to embellished clothing in the 70's to modern themes by DIY "makers" of today. Use one of our quotes, or bring in your own ideas and learn a couple basic stitches. Finished quotes can be hung in the provided hoops or stitched onto another project. All genders welcome.
Dan Corson is an award-winning public artist from Seattle who uses his background in art and theatrical design to create installations filled with drama, light and engaging viewer interactions. Corson will discuss several of his past, present and upcoming projects.
"Why the World Looks the Same in Any Language" - John McWhorter, Columbia University, is the author of numerous books on how language shapes the way we think. Quentin Johnson Lecture in Linguistics
STOMP! returns to Stephens crashing and stomping with a percussion-inspired show.
Join University Museums as we celebrate public artist Dan Corson and the opening of his new installation exhibition in the Christian Petersen Art Museum, COHERENCE: An Immersive Laser Installation by Dan Corson. You have never seen anything like this on campus. Bring your friends to experience and enjoy Corson's light and laser filled environment. Live music and light refreshments will be provided.
Dr. Michael Joyner is a physician-researcher at Mayo Clinic and a leading voice in the world of exercise physiology. The 2015 Pease Family Scholar