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Monday, 16 Sep 2019

My Battle with Mental Illness: Finding Hope in the Midst of Suffering - Jake Sullivan

Sep 16, 2019

7:00 PM

Great Hall, Memorial Union

free

ISU Lecture Series Diversity Lectures

"My Battle with Mental Illness: Finding Hope in the Midst of Suffering," Jake Sullivan. Sullivan played basketball at Iowa State (2000-04), silently battling depression and obsessive compulsive disorder in the midst of his athletic and academic accomplishments. He will speak about the steps he took to navigate his challenges with mental illness and the importance of recognizing that mental illness can affect anyone.

Tuesday, 17 Sep 2019

Free Speech and Academic Freedom

Sep 17, 2019

5:30 PM

Sun Room, Memorial Union

free

ISU Lecture Series Diversity Lectures

Henry (Hank) Reichman is the former chair of the Association of American University Professors Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure and an expert on campus free speech. He is professor emeritus of history at California State University, East Bay.

Lecture: Literacy as Action in Enduring Climates of Xenophobia

Sep 17, 2019

7:00 PM

Great Hall, Memorial Union

free

ISU Lecture Series Diversity Lectures

Cati de los Ríos is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education at UC Davis. De los Ríos's research explores the intersections of adolescent literacies, transnationalism, translanguaging, ethnic studies, and teacher education.

Thursday, 19 Sep 2019

Study Abroad Fair

Sep 19, 2019

10:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Great Hall, Memorial Union

free

Study Abroad Center Diversity Student activities

A one-stop shop to learn about adventures abroad -- interning, studying and volunteering opportunities, ranging from one week to one year. The U.S. Postal Service will have staff available to accept passport applications and renewals.

Documentary: The Postville Raid

Sep 19, 2019

6:00 PM

198 Parks Library

free

University Library Arts, performances Diversity

The film tells the gripping personal stories of the individuals, the families and the town that survived the most brutal, most expensive and largest immigration raid in the history of the United States and serves as a cautionary tale of government abuses. Megan Myers, assistant professor in world languages and cultures, will lead a Q&A after the screening.