Wednesday, 09 Feb 2022
Find one-of-a-kind gifts! For the eco-friendly, choose a succulent in pottery from The Workspace. Write an ode to your partner, paste photos, or draw a cute cartoon in a small accordion book or get a kit to make your own from scratch. Find the perfect little marbled dish, or choose from an array of delightful Valentine's Day cards created by Kristin Erdman. We can even help you out with gift wrapping before you go.
This in-person career fair enables students to explore career opportunities, obtain employer information, and locate internships, co-ops and full-time positions. Employers have the opportunity to connect with promising candidates for job and internship openings as well as network with university personnel and other employers. Open to all majors and other job seekers.
This in-person career fair offers employers and students a professional environment to connect and discuss internships and full-time employment opportunities in human/social services; health/wellness; event management; government; and hospitality. There also will be an opportunity for students to meet with representatives from professional health and law schools.
A hand-made valentine is the BEST and even better when it's something a little different. Paint or decoupage a flat wood heart cutout to show all the loves to your mate this year.
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. Open to beginners as well as those with experience who would like to improve their skills.
The Multicultural Student Success office in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is hosting the panel.
Opening reception for artist Julie W. Chang's "Vibrant Matter" exhibition.
The planning committee will share drafts of "to be" statements and proposals for measuring success, for discussion and input.
Winona LaDuke is a Harvard-educated economist, environmental activist, author, hemp farmer, grandmother, and a two-time former Green Party Vice President candidate with Ralph Nader. LaDuke specializes in rural development, economic, food, and energy sovereignty and environmental justice. Living and working on the White Earth reservation in northern Minnesota, she leads several organizations.
Iowa State's premier student improv comedy troupe! They perform in the M-Shop on select Wednesday nights during the semester.