Friday, 04 Apr 2014
Andre-Denis Wright, professor of animal science at the University of Vermont, will discuss his leadership style and vision for the department. He is one of three candidates interviewing for the position.
The Graduate and Professional Student Senate's first student research conference will include poster displays, research presentations, a three-minute thesis competition and keynote by Stephen Gilbert, assistant professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering. Pre-registration required for a complementary lunch.
The Agriculture Systems Technology Club is holding its annual lawn mower service days April 4-5. This is a routine service only; no major repairs. Drop off your mower during the service time.
Help us clean out the (bisque) closet at our last Friday night PYOP for spring! 25 to 50% off select items.
Stephen Gilbert, associate director of ISU's Virtual Reality Applications Center and its graduate program in Human Computer Interaction, will describe some of the challenges and benefits of conducting research across disciplinary boundaries. Graduate and Professional Students Research Conference Keynote Address.
The ISU Alumni Association and University Museums invite you to celebrate the opening of the exhibition "VISIONS Across America: Portraits of ISU Alumni by Jim Heemstra" which captures portraits of ISU alumni from all 50 states whose portraits show the stunning diversity, strength, and character of Iowa State University alumni.
Free dance social hosted by the ISU Ballroom Dance Club. Singles welcome. Dress is casual; indoor shoes or socks are required.
Internationally recognized architect and author Jason Griffiths will speak about the legacy of the suburban dream in North America, presenting a first-hand account of ordinary houses first photographed in 2003 during a 6-month road trip across the US. In this lecture, he exposes the tragic beauty that lies behind this Arcadian ideal and questions the future of America's suburban home. Part of the Architecture Advisory Council Lecture Series.
Familiar fairy tale characters learn the hard way that the "Happily Ever After" they sought isn't necessarily the end of story. For example, Cinderella begins to wonder if her prince is only charming, but not really sincere and almost everyone will face a frightening giant in the woods.