Monday, 18 Oct 2021
Curious about where future NSF funding opportunities lie in regards to CISE?
Staff from campus offices will join the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for a conversation about all-campus notifications of sexual assault.
The emergence of aquatic foods as one of the key opportunities for action in the UN Food Systems Summit 2021 is an important step towards recognizing the potential of aquatic foods in addressing global food and nutrition security, and transforming food, land and water systems. Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted is the Global Lead for Nutrition and Public Health at WorldFish, a One CGIAR entity.
Tuesday, 19 Oct 2021
"WorkFlex: First Steps," Ed Holland, director of benefits and worklife, University Human Resources. Holland will cover: Rollout of the program; timeline; what the program can mean for you; requesting a flexible work schedule or location.
Wednesday, 20 Oct 2021
Join this in-person Mathematical Biology Seminar to hear Julie Spencer, Postdoctoral from the Los Alamos National Laboratory, discuss her research using modeling to determine respiratory pathogens different epidemiological parameters and outbreak properties.
Join this Probability, Analysis, and Data Science (PADS) seminar to hear Dr. Mikil Foss, Professor in Mathematics at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, discuss research into a theorem that provides a well-defined boundary-value function that exists in a fractional Sobolev space and has the Lebesgue point property yet requires no differentiability within the domain and allows very irregular boundaries.
Guor Mading Maker is a former Iowa State University track athlete. He competed for the South Sudanese in the 2016 Olympics. He is a Dinka tribesman. A screening of the documentary "Runner," followed by a Q&A with Guor.
Thursday, 21 Oct 2021
Using materials from the Smithsonian collections, Dr. Hal Wallace takes a walk through history, discussing cultural, economic, and social consequences of electric lighting and electrification.
"Applied AI - Challenges and Industry Trends," Benazir Fateh, Machine Learning and AI Specialist at Google.
Emotional intelligence is a set of emotional and social skills that influence the way we perceive and express ourselves, develop and maintain social relationships, cope with challenges, and use emotional information in an effective and meaningful way. So why is EQ-i important? It's all about self-awareness and self-management. This circuit will be led by Alison DePenning and Julie Hass, ISU Extension and Outreach.
Trent Preszler, Denise Williams, and Carrie Seim are all ISU grads, were Honors students. They have each written best-selling books in the past couple of years.
The 2021 Pease Family Scholar in Kinesiology Dr. Epsteinâ€™s expertise is focused on health behavior change and determinants of eating, physical activity and drug self-administration. These issues are directly relevant to a university population. Dr. Epstein will explore how aspects of behavior motivate decision making in relation to these issues.
Friday, 22 Oct 2021
"Moving the Masses, Changing Beliefs," Narayan Devanathan, alum and chief client officer at Dentsu International India, a marketing and advertising firm that prides itself on being "champions for meaningful progress."
Seminar: From Iowa State to California State University: Early Career Research in Exercise Psychology at a Primarily Undergraduate Institution
Join this seminar to hear from Dr. Zachary Zenko, Assistant Professor from California State University - Bakersfield and he discusses adapting his research in exercise physiology at three different universities.
Join this Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology Promising Scientist Research Series to hear Dr. Atiako Kwame Acheampong, Postdoctoral fellow in the Kiever lab at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, discuss the intricate interplay between cellular systems such as phytohormone, cytokinin, and protein degradation mechanisms of autophagy to activate organ-specific responses to ever-changing environmental stimuli or physiological cues.