Thursday, 20 Feb 2020
Join us weekly this winter for our popular Early Childhood Development program featuring stories and creative activities around a nature-based theme.
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.
Are you a qualitative researcher? Does your research involve deep analysis? Working with text-based/multimedia information? The ISU Library has NVivo on all public computers; it can be a useful tool in any stage of the research process. Using NVivo as a Research Tool webinars are offered and cover a variety of topics: transcription, literature review, coding, analyzing data, findings and publishing. Registration: Learn@ISU.
Artist Rachel Merrill, a multidisciplinary artist and associate professor of art and design at Grand View University, Des Moines, will speak at 6 p.m. Drinks and refreshments will be provided.
Using strips of hardwood like maple, walnut and cherry, create a cutting board that will be a beautiful addition to your kitchen.
On the way to Graceland, zombie slayers encounter post-apocalyptic warriors and a group of survivors who find refuge in a commune. Their battle against smarter, faster and seemingly indestructible zombie takes all of their wits and weapons.
Dr. Kate Darling is a Research Specialist at the MIT Media Lab, and her interest is in how technology intersects with society. Dr. Darling's current work looks at the near-term effects of robotic technology, with a particular interest in law, social, and ethical issues.
SUB Comedy Night with Sara Schaefer