Wednesday, 07 Oct 2009
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 Nancy Gebhart, educator of visual literacy and learning, as she takes you on a tour of new sites and old favorites from the Art on Campus Collection. This tour will begin with Fountain of the Four Seasons by Christian Petersen and will also explore additional public works of art in and around the Memorial Union.
Learn about ISU's MBA program. Lunch will be provided. Contact Jenny Reitano, firstname.lastname@example.org or 4-7819, to reserve a spot.
Cyclone Sports Medicine is celebrating 20 years of physical therapy service on campus. Learn about common injuries and test your knowledge of anatomy. Refreshments served. All are invited.
Riki Saltzman has been the folklife coordinator for the Iowa Arts Council, Department of Cultural Affairs, since 1995. She works with a variety of communities and individuals to provide assistance with multicultural and diversity issues, project development, event planning and the presentation of traditional arts and artists.
"Iowa Traditions in Transition: Negotiating Identity, Performing Folklore," part of the "Iowa in the Global Comm[unity]: Inside/Out" programming series.
"Technology, Globalization & Culture Series." ISU alum Mary Jane Hagenson, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC.
Support the Live Green Initiative through green transportation! Bring your bike with you and we will help you tune it up. This workshop will focus on how to keep your bike in good working condition and general repair techniques. Time permitting, riding techniques in various weather conditions and traffic intensity will be discussed. Registration deadline 10/5/09.
"Celebrating 150 Years of Darwin's ON THE ORIGIN Of SPECIES: Variation," author Jonathan Weiner. This lecture is the second of five lectures in the Fall of 2009 to celebrate Darwin's seminal publication. Join fellow listeners at 6:30 p.m. for refreshments and sociability. This is a live audio-only broadcast from Columbia University. A Q&A by e-mail will follow.