Thursday, 30 Jan 2020
Join us weekly this winter for our popular Early Childhood Development program featuring stories and creative activities around a nature-based theme.
An all-in-one event that allows students to learn about services and programs that can improve well-being through the mind, body and soul. All programs at the expo are available on campus and in the Ames community to help students live fully.
The session will open with a brief overview of library services for faculty, followed by time to visit interactive topic stations related to teaching and class support, research support, traditional services and newly emerging tools. Faculty are encouraged to bring their questions and visit as many topic stations as they want.
Experience Contemplate Japan with the insight and interpretations of the exhibition's curator.
Learn to create colorful glass beads by heating and shaping glass with a torch - yes, we get to work with fire! Build your skills with step-by-step instruction, and see how the quality of your beads evolves. Use your vibrant pretties in your next jewelry project, or display them as tiny works of art.
"White Immunity: Working Through the Pedagogical Pitfalls of Privilege," Dr. Nolan Cabrera, a nationally recognized expert in the areas of racism/antiracism on college campuses, whiteness and ethnic studies. This presentation is Cabrera's development over White Privilege.