Thursday, 15 Sep 2011
September 14th through the 16th principal artist and founder of Sticks, Inc. Sarah Grant will create an installation within the atrium of Horticulture Hall on the Iowa State University campus. Grant will take up residency to draw within the space where her work will be installed as part of the Horticulture Teaching and Research Greenhouse Complex construction project.
"Architecture in the Gardens"
Discover more about studying abroad. Talk with both ISU programs as well as affiliate programs that specialize in study abroad. Learn more about studying in practically any country on any continent in the world!
"Using Interfacial Manipulations to Generate Functional Materials from Nanostructured Polymers", Thomas Epps, University of Delaware
The Workspace is participating in the 11 days of peace. Come to the Workspace with a t-shirt and we will screenprint our custom "Create Peace" design on it for $2. (Readymade shirts available for $8)
Visit the Gift Shop with your girlfriends for some wine and sales.
Join in on a visual scavenger hunt by capturing scenes around the ISU campus that interpret a provided list of words. Make new discoveries in a familiar location while stretching your creative muscles!
This reception celebrates last year's participants in the "Fresh Fotos" exhibit, and introduces the freshmen continuing the tradition this year.
An annual poster presentation showcasing the research of graduate students in the CCEE department. Attendees will be invited to select a People's Choice Award and enter a survey to win prizes, including a $50 gift card to the University Book Store, ISU hat, T-shirts and candy. Open to the public; refreshments will be provided.
Film and discussion: Sex+Money is a documentary about the sex trafficking of minors in the United States and the modern-dayabolitionist movement fighting to stop it. It was filmed by a group of photojournalists who traveled cross-country conducting interviews with federal agents, victims, politicians, activists, psychologists and porn-stars, among others.
Cyclone Cinema presents The Hangover Part II!
What can research tell us about how we design and interpret our visual world? Research in cognitive psychology is unlocking the mysteries of what many call the last frontier of science: the human mind and brain. Join Eric Cooper, associate professor in Psychology, as he shares his research on visual cognition.