Monday, 13 Apr 2015
Three speakers will talk about an upcoming collaborative performance between ISU's Stanton Memorial Carillon and performing arts groups outside the state of Iowa. Like a 2002 "Star Bells" performance, this project will take place simultaneously in two venues with two live audiences. Speakers include Chad Jacobson, recording engineer and systems analyst; Jeffrey Preter, Professor Emeritus of music; and Tin-Shi Tam, Cownie Professor of Music.
"Tensor regression with applications in neuroimaging data analysis," Hua Zhou, Department of Statistics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh
"Souls in Transition," Christian Smith, professor of sociology and director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Society, University of Notre Dame, Indiana. Supple Lecture Series
Tuesday, 14 Apr 2015
"Collaborative Technology and Application Development: One View of Our Future," Jim Kurtenbach, interim vice president and chief information officer in information technology services.
Philip McMichael is Professor and Chair of Development Sociology at Cornell University.
Wednesday, 15 Apr 2015
A documentary examining Hizmet, or the Gulen Movement. Executive Producer Kenneth L. Hunter and co-producer Hakan Berberoglu will provide opening remarks and participate in a discussion following the 55-minute film.
The Hunting Ground, a 90-minute film, weaves together verite footage and first-person testimonies of sexual assault survivors on U.S. campuses. A Q&A discussion about Iowa State University and Ames community response services available to students will follow the film. Iowa State President Steven Leath and the university's Chief of Police Jerry Stewart will provide opening remarks.
Thursday, 16 Apr 2015
Artist, educator and Iowa State alumnus Jeremy Rudd will discuss finding his way as a professional visual artist while navigating the demands of career, family and ambition. He will share his experience as a liturgical artist on commission and present his recent work that focuses on metaphors of environment and sustainability. He is the guest juror for the 2015 Senior BFA Exhibition in the College of Design's Gallery 181.
Melba Vasquez is a past president of the American Psychological Association and led the organization's national taskforce on how immigration affects the mental heath status of immigrants and their children.