Thursday, 01 Oct 2015
Guest speaker is athletics director Jamie Pollard; emcee is John Walters, radio voice of the Cyclones. No preregistration is required. All Cyclone fans are welcome.
Dia de Muertos is a Mexican holiday focused on remembering friends and family members who have died. One tradition includes building private altars honoring the deceased using decorated skulls, marigolds, and possessions of the departed. You will receive a skull, decorating materials and images for inspiration.
Learn to set up your MyNCBI account, personalize your NCBI search results, and create your bibliography. Create your SciENcv and Biosketch for NIH and NSF grants with links to grants. Seating is limited. Preregistration is required.
Learn the basics of knitting: cast-on, knit, purl, bind-off, rib stitch, increase and decrease techniques, pattern reading, gauge swatching, and picking up dropped stitches. Bring a pair of #7 or #8 single-point needles. Yarn will be provided.
In this session, student leaders will have the opportunity to learn about their potential to help motivate members of their student organizations, discover how to activate and affirm the successes of their individual organizations and how to collaborate with other university constituents to better their networks and student membership numbers.
The Student Union Board presents Cyclone Cinema! Showings are FREE in Carver 101 at 7 and 10 p.m. every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Hope to see you there!
Clarinetist Narek Arutyunian comes to Ames as part of Iowa State Center's Martha-Ellen Tye Performing Arts Institute. Arutyunian has appeared with the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra as well as many festivals including Julliard ChamberFest, New York Festival of Song and the 2015 Marlboro Music Festival.
"How Technology is Transforming the Response to Global Epidemics," Steven VanRoekel, former USAID chief innovation officer who was responsible for advising the agency on using technology and data in its response to the ebola epidemic. He is a graduate of Iowa State. World Affairs Series