Friday, 18 Oct 2019
An annual conference to present scholarly papers, present and discuss the arts and entrepreneurship, address other issues pertinent to the Society such as pedagogy, outreach and conducting the business of the society.
Proceeds support LSI, a local nonprofit that serves children with behavioral and mental health needs.
Hosted by the Green Umbrella and Live Green! Sustainability-minded student organizations, campus groups and community businesses will highlight their activities, initiatives and products. FREE coffee, apples, cookies and green-minded prizes!
Attendees will learn about the delf culture, and learn basic ASL signs. This event is a part of Disability Awareness Week 2019.
Have you ever wanted to try navigating in a wheelchair or with a white cane? Stop by during this event to experience using a mobility assistance device. This event is a part of Disability Awareness Week 2019.
Dr. James Zogby is the founder and president of the Arab-American Institute and author of Arab Voices: What They are Saying to Us, And Why it Matters. Zogby will be giving a talk on U.S. foreign and domestic policy and what it means for the upcoming 2020 presidential election, with special regard to the Bernie Sanders campaign.
Come and visit the new lab where students have access to assistive technology resources. This event is a part of Disability Awareness Week 2019.
Margie Tabor, assistant director for space planning and management, facilities planning and management, is retiring Oct. 18.
Start with a coat of black glaze and see how to add vibrant swirls and bursts of light, replicating a galaxy far, far away. We will show you the basics of painting your piece and fire it within a week. Studio fee is $4 for ISU and $5 for public to attend plus the cost of the bisque you select.
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!
Lawman Luke Hobbs and lawless operative Deckard Shaw must put aside their past differences and work together to prevent the cybernetically enhanced soldier, Lorr, from destroying humanity.
Hosted by ISU's Rodeo Club, this event features college athletes from the Great Plains region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.
One of the most popular and most recorded singers of the past quarter century, Vince Gill's vocal performances are spellbinding, his songwriting emotionally powerful and his guitar-playing world-class.
James Rodde is the group's conductor.
Genre: blues/rock/Americana Matt Anderson's music is soul-filled and he has headlined major festivals, clubs and theaters throughout North America, Europe and Australia. Monica Rizzio, Americana/folk singer-songwriter, will open the show.