Sunday, 08 Apr 2018
Iowa State vs. Kansas State. In the case of inclement weather, competition will be moved to Life Time Fitness, 11911 Hickman Rd., Urbandale. Check the Cyclone tennis website for location updates.
Iowa State's home series vs. Oklahoma has been moved to Norman, Oklahoma, due to forecasted cold weather. The games -- a Saturday doubleheader and Monday matinee, both at noon -- will be livestreamed free on SoonerSports.tv.
This landmark musical, the first by Rogers and Hammerstein, opened in 1943 and was immediately a box office smash; its popularity has not faded. The love story of cowboy Curley and farm girl Laurey was originally described by one New York critic as "a beautiful and delightful show that has, at a rough estimate, practically everything." Since its opening, Oklahoma! has been performed every day somewhere in the world for the past 74 years.
ISU Concert Band and Campus Band
The concert band is directed by Christian Carichner.
Walk-in Argentine Tango
This Milonga (dance party) is a multi-level class with lots of time to enjoy the music and dance.
Cyclone Cinema: Coco
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!
ISU Chamber Orchestra
Jacob Harrison, conductor of Chamber; George Work, cello solorist
Monday, 09 Apr 2018
Workshop: Supporting and Managing Staff
This session highlights ISU policies and procedures, and provides valuable resources to help faculty manage and support their research staffs, including post docs and graduate assistants. Register via Learn@ISU by April 6.
Workshop: Human Subjects Research Using IRBManager
Learn how to work with the new IRBManager system. Sessions are most useful for anyone who performs research with human subjects or who needs to sign off on IRB applications. Participants will learn how to submit IRB applications and access study information in the new system.
Lecture: Cross-Border Citizens
Internationally renowned American architect and urbanist Teddy Cruz, a professor of public culture and urbanization at the University of California, San Diego, and a principal of Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman, will share his many initiatives related to the Tijuana/San Diego border and prior collaboration with the mayor of Bogota, Colombia.
Lecture: The Alchemy of Creativity
Chip Sullivan is a landscape architect, artist, draftsman and professor at the University of California, Berkley, whose work is devoted to exploring place and promoting landscape architecture as an art form.
ISU Flute and Clarinet Ensembles Concert
Sonja Giles, Director of Flute Gregory Oakes, Director of Clarinet
Fashion Week: Movie night
"Confessions of a Shopaholic," with popcorn, candy and F'reals shakes.
Lecture: Ritual Time
"Ritual Time: Escaping the Cult of Busy," Kimberly Belcher, assistant professor of liturgical studies, University of Notre Dame. Belcher will discuss ritual practice as a way of creating contemplative and healing time that buffers us from a culture that demands we overproduce. The Msgr. James A. Supple Lecture
Tuesday, 10 Apr 2018
Summer and Fall 2018 registration dates: Freshmen
First day of assigned Summer 2018 and Fall 2018 registration dates for students continuing as freshmen. Hours for AccessPlus registration are 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday-Saturday, and most Sundays.
Research Workshop: Submission software training
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.
National Science Foundation CAREER Grant Workshop
Writing a successful National Science Foundation CAREER proposal requires clear articulation of long-term research and education goals that are cohesive and well integrated. Kelvin Chu, an Iowa State federal relations consultant and former NSF program director, will offer an overview of best practices for NSF CAREER submissions and answer questions about the submission process.
Carillon Bell Casting
Watch (via live simulcast) as the first bell for the small-scale campanile/carillon model is cast. Bell founders from Meeks, Watson and Co., Georgetown, Ohio, will be on campus to work with students in the metalcasting lab.
Vegetable Gardening Best Practices
Celebrate Earth Month by getting a head start on your own summer vegetable garden, with a discussion on best practices by Reiman Gardens' own expert vegetable gardener, Horticulturist Sharon Rink.
Lecture: Teaching Dual-Language Learners
The 2018 Barbara E. (Mound) Hansen Lecture in Early Childhood Education. Linda Espinosa will discuss how new science on the brain and language development has implications for improving instruction for young dual-language learners.
Documentary: The Need for Racial Diversity in Donor-Matching Registries
Join us for a screening of the documentary film Mixed Match, which chronicles the hardships and obstacles individuals of mixed race face when searching for a bone marrow donation.
Fashion Week: Toned Tuesday
Stop by State Gym for fitness sessions, fresh fruit and refreshments. Classes include high intensity interval training (8-8:50 p.m.), zumba (9-9:50 p.m.) and yoga (10-10:50 p.m.).
Open Mic Night
Open mic night gives students the chance to show off their talents to their fellow students. Many are musicians, comedians, and poets. So come on out and show us what kind of talents you have. (Sign Up starts at 7:30 p.m. until all spots are filled)
Wednesday, 11 Apr 2018
Depth and Dialogue: Freedom and respect
"Depth and Dialogue: Freedom and Respect," a facilitated talk about how campus leaders protect free expression while promoting inclusion. Planned as part of the First Amendment Days celebration.
Depth and Dialogue: Thinking like a journalist
"Depth and Dialogue: Thinking Like a Journalist," a facilitated talk about how journalists make tough news judgments. Planned as part of the First Amendment Days celebration.
Fashion Week: Worn Wear College Tour
Patagonia's Worn Wear tour stops at Iowa State. Worn Wear celebrates the stories we wear, keeps gear in action longer through repair and reuse, and recycles garments when beyond repair. Bring any clean, damaged clothing to Worn Wear, and Patagonia will repair it for free. Items are not excluded to Patagonia-branded clothing.
Art Walk: The Art of Growth
Spring is in the air, graduation is around the corner, and everything is new again. Join University Museums as we explore art that asks us what it means to grow, both literally and figuratively. Meet at the west entrance of Horticulture Hall, facing Catt Hall.
Depth and Dialogue: Speaking up about workplace harassment
"Depth and Dialogue: Speaking Up About Workplace Harassment," about the groundbreaking story of former Iowa GOP Senate staffer Kirsten Anderson. Planned as part of the First Amendment Days celebration.
Fashion Week: Worth it Wednesday
Displays, giveaways, raffle and T-shirt sale. Participants include PCI, Finesse Somerset, Finesse Campus, Studio 7, Serenity Couture, Student Wellness (BeWellHut) and BEIDA (Body Image and Eating Disorders).
Retirement reception: Danette Greenfield
Danette Greenfield, a customer services specialist with printing and copy services, is retiring. A short program will begin at 2 p.m.