Thursday, 02 Nov 2017
First day of assigned Spring 2018 registration dates for students projected as sophomores. Hours for AccessPlus registration are 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday--Saturday.
A limited supply of flu vaccine remains from the clinic held Oct. 9-20 for ISU employees and will be administered on a walk-in basis. Bring your ISU Card and wear a shirt with short or loose-fitting sleeves.
Join us WEEKLY this winter for our popular Early Childhood Development program featuring stories and creative activities around a nature-based theme.
This workshop will focus on general accessibility practices that are available within Canvas courses. Accessibility and usability strategies are key to building successful courses for all users.
Featured speaker is volleyball coach Christy Johnson-Lynch; emceed by Voice of the Cyclones John Walters. Luncheons are open to the public. An optional lunch, catered by Hy-Vee, is available. Doors open at 11:30 a.m.
Want to build a banana piano or a temperature sensor alarm? Maybe you want a houseplant to Tweet when it needs watering, or you're just interested in learning more about electronics and how they work? Preregistration is required. Register through Learn@ISU. Please let us know if you need any kind of accommodation.
"Upcycled T-shirts: Bags, Bracelets, Blankets and Poms." Join us at the Gardens after hours for a creative project while you sip on adult beverages in a beautiful setting! Bring in a handful of old t-shirts and learn how to repurpose them into a variety of useful and sporty items.
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!
John Kappelman, a paleoanthropologist and professor at the University of Texas at Austin, will discuss the most famous fossil in the world - Lucy, an ancient human ancestor found in Ethiopia in 1974 - and what her bones tell us about our evolutionary history.
The Grammy Award-winning Rebirth Brass Band, a true New Orleans institution, has evolved from playing the streets of the French Quarter to playing festivals and stages all over the world. They have warmed the hearts of audiences world-wide with their uplifting vocal harmonies, signature dance moves and charming on-stage banter.
The Student Government will host a forum with candidates running for Ames mayor and city council seats in the Nov. 7 election. Candidates will address issues of concern to Iowa State students in brief opening remarks and then take questions from the audience.