Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020
Explore public art on campus that channels fables, supernatural beings and super-human heroes.
"Scrappy Branding: It's More Than a Logo." The Start Something short-course series is designed for entrepreneurs. Whether you are just exploring the idea of entrepreneurship (intro series) or want to learn more about marketing your small business, this series will help kick start your next venture. Registration requested.
Facilities planning and management is developing a strategic plan for future investment in design improvements or renewal of ISU campus facilities. A team from Ayers Saint Gross will summarize findings from initial planning analysis, campus observations and survey/open house input.
Reflect on the professional benefits of studying abroad. We will discuss how to format international experience on a resume and how to incorporate study abroad into behavioral based interview questions. This workshop is applicable to those that have participated in a faculty-led travel course or a semester-long/exchange program (or any student interested in studying abroad). Snacks will be provided.
"History of Buffer Research at Iowa State University," Tom Isenhart, professor, ISU natural resource ecology and management. The series is presented by the Iowa Nutrient Research Center.
Come hang out with Student Union Board and learn more about their upcoming events, and how you can get involved, at their bi-weekly general meetings! FREE and open to ALL ISU students!
This event will be rescheduled for the fall. Established in 2018, the Ivy Women in Business Awards celebrate women for their inspiration, leadership and ability to serve as champions for women in business.
Kimberly Garza is the founder and principal of Atlas Lab, a landscape architecture, urban design and public art studio based in Sacramento, California. She will discuss the role of tactical urbanism and urban prototyping in engaging communities, creating authentic experiences and empowering designers to improve the built environment using low-cost, small-scale strategies. Part of the ASLA Iowa Spring Conference.
This event has been canceled due to the COVID-19 situation. Dr. Tucker is a senior biospheric scientist, employed by NASA. He has used satellite data for deforestation mapping, predicting ecologically coupled disease outbreaks, mapping glacier extent, and mapping climatic effects on global vegetation. He has been awarded NASA's Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal and the Presidential Award for Meritorious Senior Professional...
This group is great for those who love the improv comedy humor of their fellow college students and can't get enough of location, occupation, means of death.