Monday, 14 Feb 2022
"Autonomic Stream Processing at Scale," Dilma Da Silva, professor and holder of the Ford Design Professorship II at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Texas A&M University.
Seminar: ISU's Tracing Race Initiative: Black students at Iowa State College and their housing experiences to 1940
Join this Department of Horticulture seminar where Erin Ridnour will introduce the Parks Library Tracing Race at ISU initiative and Dr. Gloria Betcher will discuss the ways her teams project, "Mapping the Black ISC Student Housing Experience to 1940," has led to surprising narratives of African American students who attended Iowa State College.
Tuesday, 15 Feb 2022
Seminar: Speaking up in STEM: Investigating the self advocacy and classroom experiences of undergraduates with ADHD and specific learning disorders
Several systemic barriers contribute to the underrepresentation of students with disabilities in STEM. Hear from postdoc researcher Mariel Pfeifer from the University of Georgia discuss her research into self-advocacy experiences of students with disabilities.
Wednesday, 16 Feb 2022
Former New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez will present "It's a Different World Out There: Leadership in the States" as the 34th recipient of the Mary Louise Smith Chair in Women and Politics.
Friday, 18 Feb 2022
"How Business Grows Globally," Hari Vasudev. He's a proven leader with 25+ years of expertise in setting up strategic directions and building and scaling organizations across multiple domains in the software industry. Through strategic foresight and his substantial experience, he has been effectively managing cross-functional teams in multiple areas for large technology organizations.
Eric Cooper, associate professor of psychology, is retiring. He will deliver a "last lecture" public talk in 0125 Kildee Hall (noon-1 p.m.), followed by a retirement reception in 1416 Lagomarcino Hall (1-2 p.m.).
Saturday, 19 Feb 2022
A carillon concert in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., performed by university carilloneur and Charles T. & Ivadelle Cobb Cownie Professor of Music Tin-Shi Tam. Part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Series.