Exhibits, Films and Lectures Calendar
John Pleasants: "The Decline of the Monarch Butterfly Population: Causes and prospects for recovery."
As part of the Wright Hall Centennial Lecture Series, Annette Lynch will speak "The School of Applied Human Sciences: Threads of Connection that Build Community Campus Partnerships." The public is welcome to attend.
Gregory Bruess will present "Russian Revolutions of 1917: What Do We Know After 100 Years." The event is free and open to the public.
Join the Film Appreciation Club for our annual Halloween costume party. This week, we'll be watching the 1977 cult Japanese horror film "House." There will be pizza, pop and prizes. Admission is free and all are welcome. Bring your friends, all decked out in your best spooky costumes.
As part of the Wright Hall Centennial Lecture Series, Susan Hill will be speak on " ’...A Consecutive and Intensive Acquaintance with Scripture’: David Sands Wright and Religion in the Public Schools". The public is invited to attend.
Emily Smith, Iowa State University, will present "Raman Spectroscopy Measurements of Thin Polymer Films and Nanomaterials for Energy Applications."
Join the Women's and Gender Studies Program for the Current Research On Women and Gender (CROW) Forum. Heather Jeronimo will present "Religion as a Gendered Tool of Spanish Colonialism in Equatorial Guinea."
Alexa Sedlacek: "Weathering the Early Triassic: Linking strontium isotope stratigraphy to silicate weathering rates during the Permian mass extinction and Early Triassic biotic recovery."
Lisa Delpit, multicultural education expert and author, will have a conversation with a moderator and attendees about educational opportunity and meeting the needs of all students. Reception to follow.
Auriel A. Willette, assistant professor in the food science and human nutrition department at Iowa State University, will present "Nutritional Parameters and Dysregulated Processes Related to Alzhemier's Disease and Related Dementias."
Auriel A. Willette, Iowa State University will present "Obesity and the Brain: Implications of Alzheimer's Disease, Related Dementias and Novel Disease Therapies." A light reception will be held after the event.
See "Dream Big" at UNI. From the Great Wall of China and the world's tallest buddings to underwater robots, solar cars ans smart sustainable cities, "Dream Big" celebrates the human ingenuity behind engineering marvels big and small. With its inspiring stories of human grit and aspiration, and extraordinary visuals for the world's largest screens, "Dream Big" reveals the compassion and creativity that drive engineers to create better lives for people and a more sustainable future for us all.
Sarah Clayton: Sensitization of Hypertension: How Life Translates to Disease."
Joanne Goldman will present "The Birth, Death, Resurrection, and Demise of the U.S. Rare Earth Industry." The event is free and open to the public.
Craig Tepper: "Symbiotic associations between Symbiodinium and two Marine Invertebrates."
Join the Friends of the UNI Museum for the fifth speaker on "Christmas Traditions in the One-Room School Family Fund Day activities such as: carol singing, cookie decorating, making ornaments, and more" in the Rural Schoolhouse Speaker Series. Be transported back to the era of the one-room schoolhouse in Iowa. Speakers will present the history of rural schools, the teaching and learning experience and how the school building was once the heart and center of the community.
Maurine Neiman: "Sex in the Wild (and especially in New Zealand)."