Wednesday, 22 Oct 2014
Seniors graduating Spring 2015 should submit a Graduation Application via AccessPlus.
First day of assigned Spring 2015 registration dates for students in the College of Veterinary Medicine and students in the Graduate College. Hours for AccessPlus registration are 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday--Saturday.
Award-Winning Faculty Series: Maximizing Student Attention: Low-Tech Effectiveness in Large Lecture Formats
Do your students applaud at the end of a 50-minute lecture? Award-winning professor John Monroe, History, shows you how he builds engaging, dynamic lectures using narrative, effective visuals, and sequential outlines to guide 300 freshmen and sophomores through five centuries of western civilization. What is the story of your classroom?
Get a global education: Learn about the study abroad programs offered through the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Cookies and hot chocolate will be provided.
Cathryn Hoyt is the former research director and executive director at the Chihuahuan Desert Research Institute, Fort Davis, Texas. She is one of five finalists interviewing for the Reiman Gardens director post.
Thomas Kelley is a Rome Prize fellow at the American Academy in Rome and a visiting assistant professor of architecture at the University of Illinois, Chicago.
Natural dyes are fascinating for fiber artists, nature lovers and chemistry enthusiasts alike. Fiber artist Sarah Cady is all three--and in this class, she will discuss the harvesting and processing of plants for use in fiber dyeing and the chemical reactions that make these lovely colors possible.
Iowa State vs. Kansas
Rabbi Joseph Telushkin is a spiritual leader, well-known scholar of Jewish history and ethics.
Learn basic belly dance movements and how to perform them in a variety of different ways by making specific choices about size and speed of motion. One or two moves will be explored each week and then put into short practice phrases.
Sonja Giles, Director of Flute
Reggae-rockers Passafire formed in 2003 from classmates at Savannah College of Art and Design. Over the years, they've become a perpetually touring band playing with artists like 311, Rebelution, Slighty Stoopid, Matisyahu, The Wailers and many more. Wisconsin-based alt-reggae band TUGG will open the show.
Patricia Beneke is director and regional representative of the United Nations Environment Programme's Regional Office for North America and a graduate of Iowa State. World Affairs Series.