Sunday, 24 Feb 2019
In 18th-century England, the sudden death of Henry Dashwood leaves his daughters financially destitute and socially vulnerable. The sisters -- sensible Elinor and hypersensitive Marianne -- must learn how to weather the ridiculous societal pressures of the time in order to find love and their place in this new world. A charming, new adaptation written by ISU alum Kerry Skram.
This Milonga (dance party) is a multi-level class with lots of time to enjoy the music and dance. From 4-5pm, moves for beginners are introduced with a different figure each week along with techniques for better dancing. From 5-7pm, the floor is yours for dancing under the guidance of Valerie Williams, and for working with different partners. An intermediate level figure will also be introduced during this time.
Iowa State vs. Missouri. (Please note time change to 5 p.m.)
A Star Is Born is a rated R drama/romance movie rated 4.5 stars. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper star in this pull-your-heart-strings movie. Watch Jackson Maine fall in love with struggling artist, Ally and help her find her way into the spotlight. Refreshments and snacks available at extra charge.
Monday, 25 Feb 2019
Stop by for free food and beverages, honoring your hunger and fullness signals. Hosted by the Body Image and Eating Disorder Awareness (BIEDA) student organization as part of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week.
"Daily Dialogue: Truth," a live storytelling event by the Iowa State Daily. Five students will share personal stories for Black History Month.
Alicia Knoedler, consultant on research development and leadership; and former executive associate vice president for research at the University of Oklahoma, Norman, is one of five finalists named in the search.
Part I: Compiling Your CV/Resume
The public is encouraged to attend, share their thoughts and participate in creating the new plan. There is no formal presentation, and participants can come and go.
"Stand Up! Speak Up! Youth and the First Amendment." Mary Beth Tinker and John Tinker will discuss the significance of their historic Supreme Court case, especially in the current political climate. Mark Stringer, ACLU of Iowa Director, will moderate.
Iowa State vs. Oklahoma.
Begin your exploration of jewelry-making by learning techniques such as sawing, drilling, forming, chasing, annealing and riveting. Students will complete one or two projects out of sterling silver and copper depending on complexity. Pendants, earrings and bangle bracelets are just a few of the possibilities. Some people read a book to escape, others pound metal!
Tuesday, 26 Feb 2019
"Cultivate Your Adventure: Planting the Seeds of Success" will feature two breakout sessions and two keynote speakers.
Diane Muncrief, director of human capital capabilities in university human resources, is retiring after more than 21 years at Iowa State. Remarks will begin at 10 a.m.
"Health Coaching and Community Health Programming," Trina Suchan, Community Health Partners director. Learn about collaborations between community health partners and ISU Translational Research Network (U-TuRN), related to motivational interviewing and clinical health coaching. Sessions are also available via Zoom.
Part II: Compiling your CV/Resume
The goal of the prestigious NSF CAREER Grant is to help promising researchers "build a firm foundation for a lifetime of leadership in integrating education and research." Writing a successful CAREER proposal requires clear articulation of long-term research and education goals that are cohesive and well integrated.
"I, We or Whoever: One Woman with 110 Lives," Kay Jackson Berger, retired psychiatric social worker and author. She will be talking about her book "I, We or Whoever: One Woman with 110 Lives (Not Counting the First One)." The book reveals 23 years of work in resolving "Mariah's" multiple personality disorder.
Make a set of three hexagon shelves to create a honeycomb pattern. With strong lines, and a nod toward the great outdoors, these will be a great addition to every hive and home.
The "Fattitude" documentary film focuses on body size prejudice and works to promote the important social movement of fat acceptance in today's society. Hosted by the Body Image and Eating Disorder Awareness (BIEDA) student organization as part of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week.
"White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk Racism," Robin DiAngelo, author of "White Fragility" and "Is Everyone Really Equal." DiAngelo has had a profound influence on the national discourse on race. She is affiliate faculty at the University of Washington College of Education. Doors open at 6 p.m.
Wednesday, 27 Feb 2019
A professional development opportunity for faculty, professional and merit staff. These sessions provide a structured environment to enhance your understanding and sensitivity to cultural differences. Many of the sessions will focus on providing tools to improve employee interactions and create inclusive workspaces. Registration (free) is requested.
Part III: Writing the Research Statement
Make quality, handmade soap from scratch (no synthetic bases!) using the cold-process method. Learn the step by-by-step process - from the selection of oils, colorants, fragrances and equipment to calculating lye amounts. Leave class with a pound of soap and see the difference that using natural products on your skin makes.
"But You Don't Look Like You Have an Eating Disorder, and Other Avoidable Barriers to Recovery," Sarah Thompson, a writer, eating disorder recovery coach and consultant, will share stories from their own recovery after having an eating disorder for 18 years.
"More Than Mutts" - Chris Widga, head curator at the East Tennessee State University Museum of Natural History, is part of an international team examining DNA as part of a study of the complex evolutionary history of early dogs.
Grandma Mojo's Moonshine Revival is Iowa State University's student comedy, improv group. Holding shows on some Wednesday nights, you can come and laugh until your hearts content at the Mojos, and with the Mojos.
Thursday, 28 Feb 2019
This seminar provides an overview of early career awards, but will focus on awards offered by private foundations. Get useful information on the ISU Foundation and how they can help you pursue funding. Also, receive general information about other early career awards offered by the federal government. Finally, hear from ISU faculty who have experience pursuing and receiving early career awards, and how those awards shaped their careers.
Join us weekly this winter for our popular Early Childhood Development program featuring stories and creative activities around a nature-based theme. Best for children five and under with an adult.
Ruth Braymen, a secretary in the office of admissions, is retiring. Refreshments will be served.