Wednesday, 12 Apr 2017
Morning speakers will present an overview of the outlook for the seed industry, addressing recent changes and offer varying perspectives on resulting challenges and opportunities. Presentations in the afternoon will focus on topics relating to next generation agriculture, and will highlight new innovations and technologies and their domestic and global impacts.
Free "Breakfast on the Go" served to all ISU students employed on or off campus. Register for door prizes.
On the second Wednesday of every month, all guests may visit Reiman Gardens free of charge.
The most common questions, hurdles and roadblocks will be answered. Participants will learn how a new award is set up at Iowa State, and about campus partners and resources available to help them navigate their post-award requirements.
The cycle of inspiration between artists, poets, authors, sculpture, paintings, poetry and prose is one of the many reasons that Iowa State University's public art collection is such a vital and vibrant component to the campus aesthetic. In honor of National Poetry Month, join University Museums as we explore the connection between inspiration and creativity, celebrating the impact it has on the journey and development of Iowa State students.
Bring a sack lunch and enjoy a free youth story time program by the Ames Public Library at Reiman Gardens. Perfect for kids ages 0 - 5.
Current science gets up close and personal at this drop-in showcase during Reiman Gardens' free admission day.
Workshop Five: "Diversity Within Academia." Speakers at the event will include: Reginald Stewart, vice president in diversity and inclusion; Dawn Bratsch-Prince, associate provost for faculty; and Margo Foreman, director of equal opportunity. All are welcome to attend this five-part workshop series.
Interested in seeing Ames host its first-ever pride festival? Drop in any time during this event to meet people who are interested in making it happen and offer your thoughts on what would make Ames Pride 2017 successful.
Fractionation and characterization of biosolids-derived dissolved organic matter adsorbed to two Iowa soils by Fritzie Rivas, Iowa State University
This practice will enrich your yoga experience by going beyond the physical and inviting an artistic perspective to your awareness. In conjunction with the current exhibition, our practice this semester will focus on the color red. Please arrive early for a discussion on the month's topic beginning at 5:15. The practice will begin at 5:30. No yoga experience is necessary, but please bring your own mat.
Shashi Buluswar is the founder and former director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's Institute for Globally Transformative Technologies.
An open campus discussion about information on sex topics.
James Bovinette, Director of Jazz 1 Michael Giles, Director of Jazz 2
"Let's Get Queerious: An Information Overview of Queer Relationship Dynamics," a discussion featuring myths, research and ways to identify healthy and unhealthy relationships.
Comedian Chris "CP" Powell will perform a FREE comedy show in the Maintenance Shop of the Memorial Union