Tuesday, 01 Mar 2022
Join this Genetics, Development and Cell Biology Promising Scientist Research Series to hear Dr. Kadeem J. Gilbert, assistant professor of plant biology at Michigan State University, discuss research into how plants have the potential to modify the environmental conditions on their leaf surfaces.
Friday, 04 Mar 2022
Join this seminar to hear Dr. Tim Gavin, Professor and Department Head at Purdue University discuss the VasoMyo Crosstalk in health and disease.
Monday, 07 Mar 2022
Hear visiting graduate student Tassia Santos Neri Soares discuss the work into determining the cold tolerance of Moringa oleifera Lam., the fast-growing tree recognized for it's many uses.
Tuesday, 08 Mar 2022
Join this Genetics, Development and Cell Biology Seminar Series to hear Dr. Robert Wessells, associate professor from Wayne State University, discuss research using Drosophila as a model for adaptations to endurance exercise and the possible use of exercise-induced mimetic molecules as a way to treat chronic diseases that prevent high-intensity exercise.
Wednesday, 09 Mar 2022
We'll help you learn about the informed consent process, including participant recruitment and the informed consent document. Discussion will center around what's required of you as the researcher, and best practices for designing and administering consent.
So you know you can't begin collecting your research data before getting IRB approval, but what about using secondary data? Join us for this in-depth discussion about secondary data.
Thursday, 10 Mar 2022
The NSF CAREER Award is one of the most important and prestigious grants an early-career faculty member can receive. While all NSF grants are evaluated on intellectual merit and broader impacts, CAREER Awards also have a unique requirement to present an investigator education plan. This workshop will focus on strategies for developing a competitive NSF CAREER Award, with a focus on the broader impacts and education plan.
Monday, 21 Mar 2022
Dr. Grant Thompson, assistant professor in the Department of Horticulture at Iowa State University, will discuss the impact to urban forests from the many decision makers involved in the nursery supply chain. Urban forests are more vulnerable to abiotic and biotic threats because of their low tree diversity. Dr. Thompson hopes to build a framework to help guide future research, education and outreach to increase tree biodiversity.
Tuesday, 22 Mar 2022
Join this Genetics, Development and Cell Biology Seminar to hear Dr. Rebecca Mosher, associate professor in the University of Arizona School of Plant Sciences, discuss research into how RNA-directed DNA methylation is required for reproduction, growth, and development in many plant species.
Wednesday, 23 Mar 2022
This session will dive more deeply into budgets, cost share, special circumstances, excel tips for budget preparation, and preparing proposals with subrecipients. This workshop is presented by the Office of Sponsored Program Administration.
Friday, 25 Mar 2022
Seminar: Serendipity - a few lucky breaks on the journey exploring how Tai Chi benefits postural control
Hear Dr. Li Li, research professor from the Waters College of Health Professions at Georgia Southern University, discuss his research with Tai Chi and the multidisciplinary approach he employed to face the challenges of new research questions.
Monday, 28 Mar 2022
Join this Department of Horticulture Graduate Seminar to hear Lexi Young, graduate student at Iowa State University, discuss research into the benefits and challenges of gardening as a leisure time activity for seniors. This presentation investigates the experiences of three senior gardeners in Central Iowa as they have continued to garden despite age-related changes that have impacted their abilities.
Wednesday, 30 Mar 2022
Join researchers from across campus to celebrate and advance research at the university. The entire day will be packed with a variety of activities to learn about the research happening at ISU, including a poster presentation, lightning talks, and a resource fair of offices available to help researchers.