Friday, 29 Mar 2019
Ready to Run Iowa is a nonpartisan campaign training program to encourage women to run for elective office, position themselves for appointive office, work on a campaign or become involved in public life as leaders in their respective communities. Registration is required.
The Office for Responsible Research, Office of the Attending Veterinarian and Laboratory Animal Resources are offering software training for researchers who submit IACUC or IBC protocols. Participants will learn how to navigate the new electronic protocol submission system, a-tune. Training topics will include creating and submitting a protocol, and, for animal users of LAR, how to order animals and manage animal records.
Lawrence Bird, an architect, educator and artist from Winnipeg, Canada, draws on his recent video projects to discuss two surveying systems -- Canada's 19th-century Dominion Land Survey (analogous to the American Public Land Survey) and Google Earth. These systems can be seen as a tool of colonial domination. Part of the Spring 2019 Urban Design Colloquium: Questions of Civility.
"What to do with photos and specimens." Join insect documentarian Jim Durbin for a discussion of his method of curating specimens and cataloguing photos.
"Iowa Butterfly Survey Network Training." Take an active role in conservation as a citizen scientist through the Iowa Butterfly Survey Network (IBSN), with this training from Reiman Gardens' entomology staff.
Members of the Agricultural Systems Technology Club will provide a routine service: oil change, spark plug replacement, blade sharpening, air filter cleaning, deck cleaning and power wash (no major repairs). Service days continue March 30 (8 a.m.-3 p.m.)
Does my ____ scare you? Let's talk about it - An open discussion on microaggressions & perceived bias
Lover Chancler, Director of The Center for Multiculturalism and Inclusivity at University of Central Missouri, will facilitate an honest discussion in a safe environment about the ways that we are different and the ways that we are similar related to diversity, equity and inclusion in our community. We will explore the impact that microaggressions and perceived bias have had on all of our lives.
"Identification of Moths." Join entomologist Moni Hayne and insect documentarian Jim Durbin to learn about using the Moth Identification program with specific body and wing shapes to identify family of lepidoptera specimens.
A symbol of strength, wisdom and luck, elephants are the top of many favorite animal lists. Paint figurines, banks, ring holders and mugs, or draw your own beautiful beast on any bisque you choose.
Iowa State vs. Texas Tech. Check athletics website for schedule changes due to weather.
Again this year for individuals that are in town early the night before our annual Day of Insects (DOI), we will have an opening reception.
Are you curious about space? Do you wonder about what you can see in the night sky? If so, bring your questions and come to the ISU Planetarium and join us for an evening under the stars!
On The Basis of Sex is a PG-13 drama movie rated 3 stars. Ruth Bader Ginsburg faces adversity and numerous obstacles in her fight for equal rights. Watch Ruth take on a court case that could alter the way courts view gender discrimination. Refreshments and snacks available at extra charge.
Global Gala is an annual celebration of the various cultures on the Iowa State campus. Student organizations showcase their cultural heritage through dance, music and fashion in an effort to promote diversity and celebrate all cultures.
SciNite, hosted by the Student Government Sustainability Committee, will focus on highlighting sustainability projects by Iowa State University students and faculty, as well as other educational topics surrounding sustainability, like environmental awareness. Each presentation will last approximately 20 minutes, and in between each presentation, unique performances. A fun night of active learning and appreciating the work done at ISU.
Widely considered to be among the most artistically adventurous and innovative arts institutions in the U.S., The San Francisco Symphony will play Stephens Auditorium on March 29. The SF Symphony was established by a group of San Francisco citizens, music-lovers, and musicians in the wake of the 1906 earthquake, and almost immediately, it revitalized the city's cultural life.