Sunday, 08 Mar 2020
Iowa State vs. Baylor.
Visit the "Creating Global Understanding" exhibition and the ReACT "#WomenKnowStuffToo" exhibition during special weekend hours.
James Rodde, conductor
This Milonga (dance party) is a multi-level class with lots of time to enjoy the music and dance.
Kathleen Rodde, conductor
Gretchen Carlson slaps Fox News founder Roger Ailes with a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment. Next, Fox News correspondent Megyn Kelly coming forward with her own story, as well as multiple other women, inciting a movement that reverberates around the world.
Monday, 09 Mar 2020
"Identifying Target Market and Channels: Who are Your Customers?" 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.
"Voices in Song," ISU senior voice majors will present highlights from their senior recitals with Jodi Goble as vocal coach and pianist.
Shashank Priya, associate vice president of research, director of strategic initiatives and professor of materials science and engineering at Penn State, is one of four finalists identified in the search for the next Vice President for Research. Each finalist's name will be shared one business day prior to his or her visit.
Author and professor Sue Taylor will speak about Grant Wood's life and legacy in "Grant Woods Secrets."
Living in the Future's Past is a film narrated by Jeff Bridges and directed by Susan Kucera. It was awarded the Gold World Medal by the United Nations for its efforts in the field of climate change and sustainability and Best Documentary by the Arizona International Film Festival. The documentary will challenge students to think about environmental issues and their place within this movement. A discussion will follow the film.
Award-winning novelist of crime and suspense, conservative speaker Andrew Klavan will discuss how God provides morality. He posits "John Adams said our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. Do we have to have faith if we want to be free?" Nominated five times, two of his books have won the Edgar Award. Klavan also has a podcast on The Daily Wire.
Tuesday, 10 Mar 2020
In conjunction with the exhibition "Creating Global Understanding," members of the World Languages and Culture faculty will lead informal discussions of the works of art they researched and interpreted. Registration requested.
Ann Doty, benefits consultant and retirement expert in University Human Resources, is retiring from the university. She has worked in UHR since August 1999.
The Faculty Senate represents the general faculty of Iowa State and participates in shared governance of the University with the administration. Senate meetings are open to the public.
Consider yourself a history buff? Think you know Iowa State? Love game nights with friends?
Katy Yocom was born and raised in Atchison, Kansas, and currently resides in Louisville, Kentucky. In her debut novel, "Three Ways to Disappear," Yocom explores the story of journalist Sarah DeVaughan. In researching the novel, Yocom traveled to India. "Three Ways to Disappear" won the Siskiyou Prize for New Environmental Literature and was named a Barnes & Noble Top Indie Favorite.
Wednesday, 11 Mar 2020
Members of the Des Moines Gay Men's Chorus will talk about their history, community impact, important figures and more. Presented by the Women's and Gender Studies Program.
Come hang out with Student Union Board and learn more about their upcoming events, and how you can get involved, at their bi-weekly general meetings! FREE and open to ALL ISU students!
Join author Tricia Foley as she walks through the extraordinary life of Mary Louise Booth, who was a founding editor of HarperâEUR(TM)s Bazar, wrote the first history of New York City, and a leader in the abolition and suffrage movements. Tricia is a home design and restoration expert, who has published 10 books about design and lifestyles. Part of the 100th Anniversary Events Commemorating Women's Suffrage.
Dr. Amy Blackstone is a professor in sociology at the University of Maine, researching on childfree choice, workplace harassment, and civic engagement. She is the author of Childfree by Choice. Dr. Blackstone will discuss the culture and discrimination that surrounds not having children for women, men, gay and lesbian couples, and trans persons. She will discuss the history of the childfree movement and its future.
This group is great for those who love the improv comedy humor of their fellow college students and can't get enough of location, occupation, means of death.
Thursday, 12 Mar 2020
Find out what hasn't changed and what's new, including introducing some new tools that have been created to help make purchases and purchasing decisions. We will address commonly asked questions and leave plenty of open Q&A time with our cyBUY, P-Card and T&H Card experts and procurement agents.
Join us weekly this winter for our popular Early Childhood Development program featuring stories and creative activities around a nature-based theme.
Ever wondered about the difference between "floral" and "botanical" art? Or botanical "art" versus botanical "illustration?" Kelsey Wilson, local artist from Nevada, will be leading a discussion on the key differences of these art forms and highlighting some contemporary masters.
Artist Linda Emmerson with discuss her works of art included in the #WomenKnowStuffToo ReACT Exhibition.
"Marketing Online and Offline: It's All About Reach." 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.
Lost the references you need for your research paper? Thesis and dissertation citations becoming unmanageable? Beginner's workshop introduces EndNote Web, a free bibliographic management program. Registration required through Learn@ISU. Let us know if you need accommodation.
Join Reiman Gardens' staff at the Gardens after hours for crafting and sipping adult beverages! Make a small original artwork with string, nails, and wood.
Elena Houghlin is a scientist, engineer and inventor of Calisto -- a sustainable energy source that will revolutionize the way people use power. But when the cutting edge technology falls into the wrong hands, Elena turns to the Townsend Agency for help.