Monday, 29 Jan 2018
Lecture: Race and Justice in America
Bryan Stevenson, founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative, has won national acclaim for his work challenging bias against the poor and people of color in the criminal justice system. Doors open at 7:15. Enter through West Lobby/Sun Room.
Tuesday, 30 Jan 2018
Lecture: All We Do is Step, Stroll, Hop + Salute?!
Rasheed Ali Cromwell, a leading authority on fraternity and sorority life, will share information about Black and Multicultural Greek-letter fraternities and sororities and their extensive contribution to society educationally, socially, economically, politically and culturally.
Wednesday, 31 Jan 2018
Seminar: Computational Feminism: Searching for Cyborgs
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.
Lecture: Engineered Ecologies: Scaling Landscape Practice in Asia
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.
Lecture: On Architectural Sins, Epic Architecture and Everything In Between
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.
Friday, 02 Feb 2018
Seminar: Geological & Atmospheric Sciences
"When ice motion goes seismic: is glacier sliding similar to failure on earthquake faults?" by Dr. Slawomir Tulaczyk, Univ of California, Santa Cruz, CA