Wednesday, 02 Sep 2015
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus will announce the name of the U.S. Navy's next Virginia-class submarine during the ceremony. Also speaking are Gov. Terry Branstad and ISU President Steven Leath.
Thursday, 03 Sep 2015
Join the Ames and Story County Cyclone Club for the first Cyclone Club Luncheon of the year with guest speaker Paul Rhoads, Cyclone head football coach; and emcee John Walters, radio voice of the Cyclones.
Thursday, 10 Sep 2015
President Steven Leath will review university achievements and share his priorities for the 2015-16 academic year. Refreshments will be available.
Friday, 11 Sep 2015
This event has been canceled. A mentoring mixer will be held Sept. 12.
Saturday, 12 Sep 2015
Alumni are invited to meet and mingle with black students and faculty, as part of an effort to establish a mentoring program. Facilitated by Wendell Mosby and Toni Jackson Lampley.
Sunday, 13 Sep 2015
More than 200 local dancers are needed for the Iowa State Center's annual production of The Nutcracker Ballet. Performances (3) are Dec. 12-13.
Saturday, 19 Sep 2015
Challenge Distinguished Professor of electrical and computer engineering David Jiles to a game on the library's 8 by 8-foot chess board. If you win, Jiles will donate $50 to United Way of Story County. Up to 9 games can be played simultaneously. Spectators welcome.
This anniversary celebration will feature designer desserts, fanciful floral creations, libations, cash bar and live music. A brief program begins at 8:30 p.m. Cocktail attire requested.
Wednesday, 23 Sep 2015
Put out a simulated fire, learn fire safety tips, meet your Ames fire fighters and receive a coupon from a local restaurant and a free T-shirt.
The Iowa State University Memorial Union is hosting an 86th birthday party in the MU's Great Hall and you're invited! Join us for some FREE chili, cake and drinks!
Saturday, 26 Sep 2015
Sponsored by the Graduate College and Postdoc Association. National Postdoc Appreciation Week is Sept. 21-26.
Learn about water quality and the use of vegetated floating islands as a low-maintenance, inexpensive way to reduce excess nutrients in ponds and lakes. See how much plant and root growth has occurred over the summer on the VFIs on Lake LaVerne and talk with researchers about the project. Build your own small VFI!