Tuesday, 08 Sep 2015
Reginald Stewart, chief diversity officer, University of Nevada, Reno, is one of four finalists for Iowa State's vice president for diversity and inclusion.
Wednesday, 09 Sep 2015
Linda Erickson, an administrative specialist in the biomedical sciences department (College of Veterinary Medicine), is retiring after 40 years of service to the university.
Thursday, 10 Sep 2015
"Navigating through the Agile Fleet Commander System," helpful for anyone who uses the online vehicle reservation system frequently. Feel free to bring your lunch. RSVP requested. Also offered Aug. 13.
Dean Beate Schmittmann will address the state of the college, college and university award recipients will be recognized, and new faculty will be introduced. A reception follows at approximately 4:30 p.m.
Produced by the ISU Alumni Association, a new 128-page hard-bound book, SEASONS of Iowa State University, captures the four seasons on campus. In addition to photography by Jim Heemstra, SEASONS contains Iowa State history, art, architecture, landscape, and environment. The event includes book signing, hors d'oeuvres and cash bar. Attendees can register to win a free book and print.
Friday, 11 Sep 2015
Shelley O'Connell, student health clinic director, University of Northern Iowa, is one of two finalists for Iowa State's Thielen Student Health Center director position.
William Lewis, alumni fellow and former vice president for diversity and inclusion, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, is one of four finalists for Iowa State's vice president for diversity and inclusion.
The Rome Show 2015 will showcase projects by architecture and landscape architecture students who studied in Italy with the spring 2015 College of Design Rome Program. The opening reception will begin following the Department of Architecture's Premiere 15 student scholarships and awards ceremony and a guest lecture by Jill Lerner, FAIA, principal at Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates.
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.
Each family-friendly tailgate features games, prizes, marching band performance, merchandise, cash bar and optional catered meal (preregistration required).