Wednesday, 16 Sep 2009
Over 40 nonprofit organizations will recruit volunteers and fill full-time and internship positions. Sponsored by Liberal Arts and Sciences Career Services, the ISU Psychology Club and The 10,000 Hours Show.
Led by students from Health Studies 380 -Worksite Wellness Class. Walks are held each Wednesday in September and October. A different 20-minute route each week.
Join Amanda Hall, interpretation specialist, as she takes you on a tour of new sites and old favorites from the Art on Campus Collection. This tour will begin with one of the newest additions to the collection, Inferences Drawn by artists Bill Barnes and Tom Rosborough in Snedecor Hall. The tour will also explore public works of art in Coover Hall and the Durham Center. Meet Amanda inside the north entrance of Snedecor Hall.
For anyone interested in learning more about ISU's MBA program. Lunch is provided. RSVP to Jenny Reitano, firstname.lastname@example.org, 4-7819.
"Metabolic Engineering in a Systems Biology Framework for Food and Fuel," Yong-Su Jin, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Part of the Food Science Fall Seminar series. Open to the public.
Part of the "Iowa in the Global Comm[unity]: Inside/Out" programming series, sponsored by Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities.
6-8:30pm Learn the Fundamentals of Woodshop.
Iowa State vs. Colorado
A Banned Book Week battle between two teams of literary mavens as they attempt to answer questions about banned books and their authors. Panelists include Alexandra Hayne, Ames Tribune; Richard Reynolds, MU director; Barbara Mack, ISU journalism; Ben Percy, ISU English; Tanya Zanish-Belcher, ISU Library; Tim Leeds, physician; and emceed by Steve Sullivan, Ames Tribune.
"The World Before Darwin," a live webcast of a lecture by Everett Mendelsohn, Harvard University. A celebration of the 150th anniversary of Darwin's "Origin of the Species." Refreshments and a social begin at 6:30 p.m.
"Access to Education Denied: Are Iowa Public Universities Excluding Low-Income Students?" Thomas Mortenson, Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education and higher education policy analyst, Oskaloosa, Iowa. He is editor and publisher of Postsecondary Education OPPORTUNITY, a monthly research letter devoted to analysis and reporting on educational opportunity after high school.