Friday, 27 Apr 2018
"Creative Destruction in Supply Chain," for professionals who deal with the planning, sourcing, making and delivering of products. This includes all businesses, entrepreneurs, and start-ups.
The anthropology symposium is an opportunity for students to share their projects and research with faculty and peers. Christina Gish Hill, lecturer in world languages and cultures, will present the keynote address. All are welcome to attend. Registration not required.
Final day of biannual sale of work by students in the integrated studio arts (undergraduate) and integrated visual arts (graduate) programs, sponsored by CODAC (College of Design Art Club). Work this year may include ceramics, prints, photos, woods and textiles. Most items will range in price from $5 to $150. A majority of proceeds go to the artists, while the rest help fund club activities such as workshops, field trips and guest speakers.
Tsing-Chang (Mike) Chen, professor of geological and atmospheric sciences, is retiring after 40 years on the ISU faculty. Remarks will begin at 11:30 a.m.
Ruxandra Looft, an advising coordinator at Iowa State, is one of three finalists in the search for the next director of the Margaret Sloss Women's Center.
Iowa State vs. Baylor. Check athletics website for schedule changes due to weather.
Professor of mathematics Justin Peters is retiring. Brief remarks will begin about 5:15 p.m.
Ordinary life has great joys that very few people fully appreciate. There are also the transcendent moments surrounding love and death that come to all. This masterpiece of American theatre takes place in a small New England town at the turn of the last century. Through its themes lies the understanding that we are all connected no matter when we have lived and that we know in our hearts that something is eternal and it isn't the objects we own.
Featuring pianist Vadym Kholodenko, gold-medal winner of the 2013 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.