Wednesday, 31 Jan 2018
Assignments are a backbone of the course's Gradebook in Canvas. Participants will learn to create and manage Assignments and Assignment Groups as well as explore how the Gradebook is connected to the organization of Assignments. Participants will experience the power of SpeedGrader for efficient and effective grading.
The Office for Responsible Research will transition to a new electronic system for submission, review, and maintenance of Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) and Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) applications. The a-tune tick@lab system will go live in early 2018, integrating research, teaching and testing protocols, animal procurement and management, as well as veterinary medical records.
Computational design is a field within architecture that leverages computing, data and machines to advance the aesthetic and performative qualities of the built environment. As the field matures, architects must address an increasing number of cultural, political and ethical dimensions, particularly in technical roles. This presentation examines the gender gap in computational design and proposes an agenda to achieve gender equality in this area.
Dorothy Tang, a landscape architect whose work engages with urban and rural communities in areas facing large-scale environmental upheaval, will focus on three environmental crises -- floods in Thailand, climate-change adaptation in the Pearl River Delta of China and anticipated deforestation in Myanmar -- and explore possible design responses to current ecological issues.
Cristina Goberna Pesudo, an architect, educator, critic and co-founder of the architecture firm Fake Industries Architectural Agonism (FKAA), will share the firm's latest projects. Part of the ISU Department of Architecture's 2017-2018 Public Programs Series.
Ditch the gym and get your steps in with Shiara at Belly Dance!
This is KNOT your grandma's macramé! Learn the basic knots for macramé and complete a boho chic necklace.
Iowa State vs. West Virginia.
Upcycle a wool sweater into wearable art that's also better for the environment. Make a pair of mittens with a flannel or fleece lining, and decorate with felting needles and wool roving.