Monday, 21 Apr 2014
"That Horse has Stripes! How Zoos and Veterinarians Are Helping to Save Wildlife," Joe Flanagan, chief veterinarian at the Houston Zoo. National Affairs Series
"The Beginning of Something Big: IT and the Post-Traditional World," Diana Oblinger, president and CEO of the nonprofit EDUCAUSE. Oblinger works with more than 2,000 institutions to advance higher education through information technology. Part of the Women's Leadership Series & Women in STEM Series
Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014
Do you want to make a difference on campus? Join us for an interactive workshop to learn more on how to create positive change in our community.
Dave Price is political director and weekend news anchor at WHO-TV and author of the new book "Caucus Chaos."
Thursday, 24 Apr 2014
"Electricity Market Design and the Green Agenda," William Hogan, Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government.
Michael Cranfield, DVM, is the project director of the Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project, a non-profit dedicated to the care of mountain gorillas. One Health Lecture Series
Panelists include Maria Paula Gonzalez, CEO of Fundacion Juligon, Bogota, Colombia; Jeffrey Morgan of Historic Boston Incorporated; Clare Cardinal-Pett, associate professor of architecture; and students in the multidisciplinary Studio Andino spring option studio. Moderated by Nadia Anderson, assistant professor of architecture.
The ISU College Democrats will debate the College Republicans on an issue of the day for the chance at the Caucus Cup.
Friday, 25 Apr 2014
Part of the 2014 Latin American Urbanism Symposium, "Liminality in Latin America's Global Cities: Constructed and Imagined Borderlands of the Formal and the Informal."
Presenters include Clara Irazabal, Latin Lab director and assistant professor of urban planning, Columbia University; and Heidi Sohn, assistant professor of architecture, TUDelft, Netherlands.
Are you curious about space? Do you wonder about what you can see in the night sky? If so, bring your questions and come to the ISU Planetarium to learn more. The first show, starting at 6:30 pm will be 20 minutes and for kids. Shows at 7 pm and 7:30 pm and are suitable for all ages. Free tickets for the shows will be available at the door starting at 6:15 pm. Seating is limited.