College of Humanities, Arts, and Sciences
The University of Iowa Faculty Piano Quartet will visit UNI to present a recital. This guest ensemble features University of Iowa faculty artists Scott Conklin, violin, Elizabeth Oakes, viola, Hannah Holman, cello and Rene Lecuona, piano. This event is free and open to the public.
Planetarium shows at 7 and 8 p.m. lasting about 30 minutes each. Free and open to the the public.
Mitch Patterson, project manager of foundry sands for HA International, will present "Chemistry in Industry: Manufacturing and Foundry Applications."
The University of Iowa Faculty Piano Quartet will visit UNI to present a master class. This guest ensemble features University of Iowa faculty artists Scott Conklin, violin, Elizabeth Oakes, viola, Hannah Holman, cello and Rene Lecuona, piano. This event is free and open to the public.
Under the direction of UNI percussion professor Randy Hogancamp, the UNI Percussion & West African Drum Ensembles will offer the first of their spring concerts along with UNI’s Taiko drum ensemble Kaji-Daiko. This event is free and open to the public.
Douglas Hofstadter will present “Celebrating the Alan Turing Centenial: Some Critical Reflections.” This lecture is sponsored by the Department of Philosophy and World Religions and the UNI Faculty Senate Speaker Series Fund.
Pulitzer Prize winning author Douglas Hofstadter will present “An Introduction to Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem.” This event is sponsored by the Hari Shankar Memorial Lecture, the Department of Mathematics and the UNI Faculty Senate. The lecture is open to the public free of charge.
Women's History Month Lecture: "You Are What You Shop: Women Against the Sweatshops, Past and Present"Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 03/06/2012 - 8:00pm
Dr. Eileen Boris, Hull Professor and chair of the Department of Feminist Studies and an affiliate professor of history and black studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, will present "You Are What You Shop: Women Against the Sweatshops, Past and Present.” The lecture will explore this year's Women's History Month theme, Women and Global Capitalism.
What can I do with a degree in communication studies? We have some answers. “Careers in Minutes” will explore careers in the field of communication focusing on careers associated with majors such as public relations, electronic media, general communication, interpersonal communication, journalism and more. Alumni from the communication studies program who work in these fields will discuss their careers and answer questions about their jobs, a typical day, employment outlook, etc. The first part of the event will have a speed dating format during which students can visit with alumni who are working in positions of interest to the student. This segment will take place in the University Room, lower level of the Maucker Union. The second portion will be a panel of alumni (in person and through video conferencing) that will expand on their positions outside of the Midwest and answer questions as well. The panel will be held in the Auditorium, Lang Hall.
The Power and Responsibility of Commercial Media Researchers: How They Determine What We See and HearSubmitted by Anonymous on Mon, 03/05/2012 - 8:30pm
Dick Haynes, senior vice president of research at Frank N. Magid Associates, Inc., has been directly involved in steering the content and style of major television and cable networks for the past three decades. As head of commercial research at Magid, he and his team analyze the changing media landscape for corporations and investors in home video, cable TV, direct satellite and the multiple platforms of new media. He is also a leading proponent of research-based brand development. During his talk, he will detail his rigorous research and content analysis process and offer an inside glimpse into the media research profession. Haynes received his Ph.D. in mass communications research from Bowling Green State University and was director of the Mass Communications Department at the University of Mississippi.