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Carl Kurtz will discuss his native seed production process including seasonal management of the production site, harvesting method, machinery required, yield in pounds/acre and species diversity, bagging process, seed analysis and marketing strategy. Kurtz is a multi-talented naturalist and farmer who does freelance writing, photography, teaching, lecturing, tallgrass prairie reconstruction and produces native prairie seed. He is probably best known for his photography with photos appearing nationwide in more than 50 publications and is the author of Iowa’s Wild Places and A Practical Guide to Prairie Reconstruction.
Are you a graduate student interested in gaining research presentation experience? Consider presenting at the 5th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium. Attend the research symposium preparation workshop to learn about the types of presentations at the Symposium, benefits of presenting your research, helpful tips for presenting, judging criteria, prize information and how to begin preparing for the Symposium.
Registration is now open for the workshop "Teaching Your Direct Reports to Solve Problems." The registration deadline is Wednesday, November 2. Discounted price for UNI employees is $224. To register, contact the Executive Development Center.
Several focus groups will be held November 7-11 as part of the Town Hall residency by Sojurn and TEAM theatre companies to explore the Iowa Caucus process. Student Republicans are invited to attend the November 8 focus group. To RSVP or for more information, contact Karen Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Elaine Eshbaugh will discuss risk factors, prevention strategies and current research on Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. This presentation is open to students, faculty, staff, professionals in aging and the public.
Visiting artists the Zodiac Ensemble will present a recital. Comprised of reedsmen Aaron Kruziki and Mike Bjella, bassist Karl McComas-Reichl, and drummers Colin Stranahan and Devin Drobka, the Zodiac Ensemble has given concerts across the United States, Europe, South America, Africa and Asia. The Zodiac's unique style is based around strong melody and group improvisation informed by the New York jazz scene, Armenian folk music, honesty, American top 40, sacred music and their collective classical background. This event is free and open to the public.
Learn how to apply to study abroad, degree requirements abroad, when to go, where to go, paying for study abroad and much more.
This showcase features talented student finalists competing for the title of Instrumental Concerto Competition winner, and the opportunity to perform as soloist with a premiere School of Music large ensemble in the spring. This event is ticketed. For tickets, call (319) 273-4TIX.
Webinar: Fair is Not Equal - Honoring Diversity and Equity in Today's Mathematics & Science ClassroomSubmitted by Anonymous on Mon, 11/07/2011 - 8:00pm
Fair is Not Equal - Honoring Diversity and Equity in Today's Mathematics & Science Classroom is the first Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program-sponsored webinar. Attendees can join the discussion as part of the live audience or can watch and post questions online at http://univnia.adobeconnect.com/noyce/. Web panelists will be Catherine M. Miller, dept. of mathematics; Nicole Skaar, dept. of educational psychology & foundations; and Mark Grey, director of the Iowa Center for Immigrant Leadership and Integration. This is the first of three webinars to be offered during the 2011-12 school year. Two more webinars will be hosted by the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program at the University of Iowa and Iowa State University during the spring semester. For more information regarding the Noyce seminars, contact Jennifer Crumly at email@example.com.