Thursday, 13 Feb 2014
The importance of courage and personal integrity is presented against the backdrop of the American Civil War as young Lemuel, a runaway slave from Georgia, and Jacob, a young Confederate soldier, become unexpected friends. Presented by ArtsPower.
"Robots Need Love Too." Each gathering features a theme as we read aloud two or three books, and wrap up with related cooperative activities and crafts.
An informational session with Associate Provost Dawn Bratsch-Prince on ISU flexible faculty policies.
Bring your lunch to the Gardens and enjoy an education program. Attend each month and experience a new topic presented by local and regional professionals and lecturers.
"The Art of Making Revolution," Connie Post, ISU English.
Award-winning Animal Science professor Curtis Youngs shares techniques for keeping students in his classrooms engaged by exploiting the unique attention span and multitasking abilities of ISU's students. Curtis will share his use of props, humor, color, and practical applications. Find out why this professor is consistently voted by exiting seniors as their favorite!
The importance of courage and personal integrity is presented against the backdrop of the American Civil War as young Lemuel, a runaway slave from Georgia, and Jacob, a young Confederate soldier, become unexpected friends.
In this hands-on Blackboard Learn workshop you will learn how and where to upload your course syllabus, post assignments, create and manage announcements, send email, enroll students using the ISU Admin Tool, add TAs, course builders, or guests, organize course materials, add instructor contact info with photo, access the Grade Center, and more.
In this hands-on Blackboard Learn workshop you will learn how to create online tests, quizzes, and surveys and learn how to use them effectively within your BbLearn course. You will also learn how to view quiz results, grade, and provide student feedback online or set your quiz to grade and provide feedback automatically.
John Mayfield is Emeritus Professor of Genetics, Development, and Cell Biology at Iowa State and former associate dean of the Graduate College. His new book, The Engine of Complexity, Evolution as Computation, is an approach to understanding evolution based on information theory and computational science.