Tuesday, 07 Oct 2014
"Write Winning Grant Proposals," presented by John Roberts, Grant Writers' Seminars and Workshops LLC. Organized by the Office of the Vice President for Research for faculty and staff. Registration is free; space is limited. The purchase of a $70-$75 workbook is required.
After using Zoom.us extensively in teaching, Dr. Stephens will highlight the benefits and limitations of this technology, including the students' perspectives. Particular focus on pedagogical techniques and a list of best practices will be shared followed by an open discussion to engage all attendees. Bring your portable device and try out discussed features during our meeting.
This teaching and learning circle will offer a brief introduction to the topic of service-learning and progress into a deeper discussion of how to make meaning out of service-learning. Three essential elements, student self-efficacy, empathy, and problem-solving, will provide the framework for this on-going dialogue. Facilitated by University Professor Suzanne Hendrich
Choose your favorite ISU logo--vintage or new--and make it into a button or magnet. Show your Cyclone Pride!
Each year well over 300 students take part in the ISU Collage of Choirs. Participants represent nearly all academic disciplines and majors.
This is a four part course on Tuesdays, October 7, October 14, October 21, and October 28 from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. This four-part workshop will cover the basics of photography including equipment and how to use it, depth of field, aperture, light, composition, finding your subject and tips and tricks. Each class is broken into 3 parts: classroom discussion, hands-on practice taking pictures by the students and review of the images taken.
Lost-wax casting is an ago-old sculptural jewelry process. Students will incorporate both hand carved and molded forms that will be cast in brass. Final pieces can be pendants, pins or miniatures.