Thursday, 17 Feb 2022
Open Scholar Cafes are online monthly meetings for the ISU community to talk #OpenResearch. All experience levels are welcome, and each forum will cover a new topic of interest. Join us to learn, talk, and collaborate. Registration is free.
Join us outdoors* weekly for our popular Early Childhood Development program featuring stories followed by nature exploration and activities.
Rob Whitehead, associate professor of architecture, Outstanding Achievement in Teaching Awardee, will share how he uses haptic learning to teach concept before calculations. Students in Rob's classrooms build and break models to problem-solve using critical thinking skills by applying disciplinary theories.
Create a set of small visual reminders of the need to slow down and be present in your life.
Black History Month Event: 20% of this week's pottery painting will be donated to the Black Student Alliance
Using strips of hardwood like maple, walnut, and cherry, create a cutting board that will be a beautiful addition to your kitchen. This is a great beginner project, but also fun for those with some woodshop experience. Boards will be about 11 x 14" when finished and can be used for anything from everyday slicing to a handsome serving piece at your next gathering. Thursdays beginning February 17, 6-9 pm for 2 weeks and 6-7 pm for week 3
An introduction to creating functional pottery on the wheel. Start with the building blocks of centering clay and pulling cylinders, and move on to make bowls, mugs, and other forms. Learn how to pull handles, glaze, and finishing techniques, and build the skills needed to continue on your own. Thursdays beginning February 17, 6-8:30 pm for 8 weeks (no class March 17).
Cyclone Cinema is presented by the Student Union Board and showcases a variety of film genres, screening a different movie every weekend Thursday - Sunday during the semester. Sunday film screenings are in open caption format. All other screenings can be open caption as well, as long as the request is made to the staff prior to the movie starting.
Love transcends the harsh realities of war and prejudice in this sweeping Pulitzer Prize-winning tale centered around two unlikely love affairs. Set on a tropical island during World War II, this timeless Rodgers and Hammerstein classic features some of the most beautiful music ever composed woven into an inspiring story cherished the world over.
James Armstrong pays tribute to the past with the traditional blues, and his unique songwriting skills. Using both slide and pick, James' guitar playing is some of the smoothest in the business. James regularly brings his vibrant and welcoming live shows to people around the globe.