Sunday, 14 May 2017
Last day to cancel registration for summer to avoid tuition assessment.
In honor of Mother's Day, all moms are admitted free of charge.
This Mother's Day, share the beauty of art. Free tours of the current exhibitions and crafts will be offered by University Museums staff in the Brunnier Art Museum.
2-week program on Sundays, May 14 & 21, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Make a fiber landscape wall hanging from wool roving, with fiber artist and instructor, Betty Chamness Trost.
This Milonga (dance party) is a multi-level class with lots of time to enjoy the music and dance. From 4-5pm, moves for beginners are introduced with a different figure each week along with techniques for dancing better. From 5-7pm, the dance floor is yours for dancing under the guidance of Valerie and working with different partners. An intermediate level figure will also be introduced during this time.
Monday, 15 May 2017
Browse through some comic books for your favorite heroes, villains and speech bubbles and turn them into a set of handy fridge magnets.
Gain expertise on reducing waste in your kitchen and home from Certified Master Herbalist Gayle Curtis as she shares strategies for using plants for fresh air and cutting down on kitchen waste.
Tuesday, 16 May 2017
Topic: Succulent Dish Gardens
Wednesday, 17 May 2017
Last day to process adds or section changes for a Session I course through AccessPlus registration.
This 3-part series will explore best practices in online course design through the use of the Quality Matters (QM) rubric.
Reiman Gardens is the first botanical garden to host this phenomenal art exhibit which delivers a powerful message about our most precious natural resource - water.
Learn about protecting human subjects in your research during this second seminar in a series of four.
Paint a small wood plant holder made by our staff.
Thursday, 18 May 2017
Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Learn about some of the work being done at the university to address digital accessibility.
This much-loved storytelling program has returned with a strong literacy focus every week.
In partnership with the university library, the Ames Public Library's Bookmobile added a regular Iowa State stop to its weekly route. The Bookmobile will park in the turnaround driveway between Parks Library and Morrill Hall from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursdays. Items from the Ames Public Library (for all ages) can be checked out, returned or reserved in advance for pick up.
Friday, 19 May 2017
Last day to elect to audit a course for Summer Session I. The instructor of the course must approve an audit.
Last day to change a Session I course from audit to credit basis.
Last day to drop a Session I course without the drop appearing on the permanent record or counting toward the limit of dropped courses.
Last day to drop a Session I course through AccessPlus registration.
Last day to process most schedule changes without a schedule change fee; or to add/drop a Session I course without signatures of instructor and adviser.
Nancy Brooks, interim assistant VP for business services, is retiring. Brooks served for 28 years at Iowa State, starting in the purchasing department, where she rose to director. A program will begin at 3 p.m.
Lisa Nolan, Dr. Stephen G. Juelsgaard Dean of Veterinary Medicine, has led the college since 2011. She is leaving to become vet med dean at her alma mater, the University of Georgia, Athens. A short program will be held at 4 p.m. In the case of inclement weather, the reception will move to the Vet Med alumni room.
We like big cups and we cannot lie! From traditional coffee mugs to ones shaped like owls and elephants, we have mugs of all sizes and styles.
Saturday, 20 May 2017
Fee payment deadline for summer semester. First payment (minimum due) or payment in full on AccessPlus
Replace those dead hanging baskets in your garden with a beautiful willow bird!
Join us for this special presentation from staff at the City of Ames to learn more about how and where to use native Iowa plants in your yard.
Much of the water we use and drink comes from the ground... but what does that mean? How does the ground "store" water? And how do we get to it?