Tuesday, 03 Dec 2019
"Transcriptional regulation of development and lipid metabolism," Jun-yuan Ji, Texas A&M University College of Medicine.
Dr. Kristen Iversen's lecture will discuss writing strategies about her childhood in the Rockies. Dr. Iversen will also host a craft talk at 2:10pm in Ross 212. As part of the Pearl Hogrefe Visiting Writers Series, she will talk about research, art, ethics, and aesthetics in creative non-fiction.
Wednesday, 04 Dec 2019
"Once Upon a Peace Pilgrimage: The Quest to Know What it Means to be Human." Roy Tamashiro shares stories and life lessons from his global peace pilgrimage (2015-present). He found insights into healing and peace from Holocaust survivors, massacre witness-survivors in Vietnam and Korea, and "A-bomb legacy successors" who shared their memories and traumas.
Friday, 06 Dec 2019
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!
Tuesday, 10 Dec 2019
Dr. Andrew Sharpley is an international authority on assessing, managing, and remediating the impacts of agricultural management on soil and water resources. His research investigates the cycling of phosphorus in soil-plant-water systems in relation to soil productivity and water quality and includes the management of animal manures, fertilizers, and crop residues.
Thursday, 12 Dec 2019
Enjoy a presentation about optical illusions and perception from Xander Toftness, a Cognitive Psychology PhD student at ISU. Xander is one of Reiman Gardens' 2019 Science Communication Fellows.