Friday, 16 Oct 2009
First half-semester courses end.
"The Foreclosure Crisis: Implications for Affordable Housing," Lynn Ross, National Housing Conference and Center for Housing Policy, Washington, DC.
Join 2009 alumni awardees and ELPS graduates Curtis Cain, Bill and Jean Giddings, and Kari Hensen for "My career path and thought for the future," on Oct. 16 from 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. in E165 Lagomarcino. These accomplished alums will provide insight to succeeding in careers, community involvement, and personal growth.
with pre-PT students and PT staff. Cyclone Sports Medicine is celebrating 20 years of physical therapy service on campus. Activities include "Ask the PT" free injury screen, demonstrations, quizzes and door prizes. All are invited.
Menu: Valentino's pasta, breadsticks and ice cream.
Ramsey Lecture: "New Targets for Antimicrobials and Rational Design of Enzymatic Inhibitors of These Proteins"
Tom Ellenberger, Washington University in St. Louis school of Medicine. A research poster session will precede the seminar beginning at 11:15 a.m. in the west (Fish Tank) lobby at the college.
ISU Alumni Association awards and ISU academic colleges' awards
This open house is a part of the Office of Biotechnology's 25th anniversary celebration. Faculty, staff and students are invited to tour and learn more about the research facilities at ISU.
Midterm grade reports due from all departments on WebCT and AccessPlus.
Appearance by football team, spirit squad, other athletics groups, top three Yell Like Hell groups and more!
vs. Texas A&M
Hosted by the ISU Ballroom Dance Club. Singles welcome. Dress is casual; however, in-door shoes or socks must be worn
Greek lawn display presentations every 15-20 minutes.
Free bowling and billiards for ISU Students.
Mass campaniling, followed by fireworks.