Wednesday, 19 Feb 2020
Led by professor Lorrie Pellack, University Library, this workshop will provide an overview of resources to document your scholarly impact and provide ideas for increasing visibility of your scholarly outcomes.
Our collection of invertebrates has grown!
Ankara fabric (or African Wax Printing) is created through a wax-resist dyeing technique and is known for its vivid colors and bold patterns. Find a combination of Ankara fabrics that you like, and we will show you how to wrap them around cord to make a set of three bracelets sized just for you.
"Start Something While at ISU: Entrepreneurship Resources for Students." The Start Something short-course series is designed for entrepreneurs. Whether you are just exploring the idea of entrepreneurship (intro series) or want to learn more about marketing your small business, this series will help kick start your next venture. Registration requested.
In celebration of Black History Month this year, Student Union Board is showing a specialty screening of the biographical film, Harriet, which follows the heroic story of former slave and abolitionist, Harriet Tubman.
The popularity of weaving is back, and this is a great way to get started on your fibers journey. Learn basic skills including how to set up a small loom, creating shapes by decreasing and increasing warps, knotting, and incorporating wool roving and other textures. Experiment with adding non-traditional elements to your weaving such as paper or natural elements. Finish a 13" x 18" weaving that will be ready to hang in your favorite space.
James Bovinette, Director of Jazz 1