Events Calendar

Events

Wednesday, October 18

3-on-3 Basketball Registration

For more information on 3on3 Basketball and to register please visit https://recserv.uiowa.edu/programs/intramural-sports/3-3-basketball

Intramural Volleyball Registration

For more information on Intramural Volleyball and how-to register please visit https://recserv.uiowa.edu/programs/intramural-sports/volleyball

Intramural Wallyball Registration

Intramural Wallyball will take place on October 27 at 7:00 PM as a part of the Intramural Sports Friday Night Series. Registration is open October 10-24....

Write ON program

This is a faculty and graduate student writing program. Participants commit to attending a minimum of three writing sessions a week at the Writing Center,...

"Death is the Martyr of Beauty" by David Meyers,  MA Student in the School of Art and Art History

"Death is the Martyr of Beauty" by David Meyers, MA Student in the School of Art and Art History Closing Reception Friday October 20th 5pm-7pm ...

"Hot Dogs & Orange Drinks", by Julia Wolfe,  MFA Student in the School of Art and Art History

"Hot Dogs & Orange Drinks", by Julia Wolfe, MFA Student in the School of Art and Art History Closing reception Friday October 20th 6-8 PM Individuals with...

Cast on Nature by Elle May, BFA Student in the School of Art and Art History

Cast on Nature by Elle May, BFA Student in the School of Art and Art History Reception; October 20th From 5-8 PM Individuals with disabilities are...

First Year Students Only - FIT in YOUR FIRST YEAR Bootcamp

First year students! Join us October 17 through November 9 for a FREE Bootcamp class! This four week class is open only to first year students. Classes will...

J.B. Hunt - Mock Interview

This is a mock interview designed to help you develop your interviewing skills. You are not interviewing for a specific position with the employer volunteer....

On-Campus Interviews - Oracle Corporation - College Recruiting

To submit your resume for consideration, log into your HireaHawk account, go to the Current Postings tab - Search and Apply, type the employer name in the...

UI Optical Sale

UI Optical is having a sale on Wednesday, October 18 from 8 AM to 5 PM. Receive a 20% discount on eyewear purchases all day! Check out the many styles and...

Works by Alexandra Gabriel, MA Student in the School of Art and Art History

Works by Alexandra Gabriel, MA Student in the School of Art and Art History Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa...

Works by Jean Moessner, BFA Student in the School of Art and Art History

Works by Jean Moessner, BFA Student in the School of Art and Art History Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa...

First Year Students Only - FIT in YOUR FIRST YEAR Bootcamp

First year students! Join us October 17 through November 9 for a FREE Bootcamp class! This four week class is open only to first year students. Classes will...

The 19th Annual Iowa Latinx Conference

The Iowa Latinx Conference aims to explore the changing demographics and dynamics of Latinx communities in Iowa and to strengthen the responsiveness of...

1 Million Cups: Cedar Rapids

Join us for community connections, inspiring startup pitches, and free coffee. The event is free, and all entrepreneurs, business owners, and community...

UNI Upward Bound STEM Visit

High school students will visit UI Health Care to explore STEM and health care careers. This is a private event.

Art & the Afterlife: Fantasy Coffins by Eric Adjetey Anang

For the first time in over twenty years, UIMA will present a solo exhibition of work by a contemporary African artist. Through an installation of six...

Faces of Iowa Through the Early Lens

In the mid 1800s Iowa City, along with the rest of the state and nation, saw a boom in commercial studio photography. Portrait painters were often early...

Mechanical Engineering EFA Information Sessions

Do you need help deciding on or designing your EFA? Come to an information session to hear about your options and get your questions answered! See the full...

What's Your Sign? Retail Architecture and the History of Signage

For as long as goods have been bought and sold, shopkeepers and traders have found visually arresting ways to communicated their wares. However, signs are...

Population Health – Perspectives from the Field and Policy Implications

What is it really like to implement population health policies in the field? Join us for a seminar presented by College of Public Health...

Biomedical Engineering EFA Information Session

Do you need help deciding on or designing your EFA? Come to an information session to hear about your options and get your questions answered! See the full...

Diversity in the College Classroom

The purpose of this course is to explore what is known and theorized about the ways that diversity affects learning and, in turn, help educators develop...

Increasing Student Motivation to Facilitate Learning

Struggling to motivate your students? This workshop focuses on the factors that influence students' motivation and identifies strategies to help boost their...

A Roundtable with the 2017 IWP Residents from Africa

The African Studies Program invites you to attend their first event of the semester, "A Roundtable with the 2017 IWP Residents from Africa." This event will...

MSCC's Wellness Wednesday:  Relaxation (Progressive Muscle Relaxation):  One Strategy for Coping with Stress

MSCC's Wellness Wednesday: Relaxation (Progressive Muscle Relaxation): One Strategy for Coping with Stress

Qualitative Research Lecture Series

Topic: Research is Research: Assumptions and Practices for Qualitative and Mixed Methods Studies Lecture Description: Professor Ayres describes benefits of...

College of Pharmacy PTT Seminar:  Laxmi Shanthi Chede

The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Experimental Therapeutics in the College of Pharmacy will host a seminar with graduate student Laxmi Shanthi...

Senator Tom Harkin - Delivering a Healthy Future: Making Public Health Policy in the 21st Century

The University of Iowa College of Public Health will welcome Senator Tom Harkin (retired) on Wednesday, Oct. 18, for a public lecture. Harkin, who...

English Language Discussion Circle

The ELDC serves as an open forum to improve language and conversation skills, build relationships, and learn about different cultures. We have a different...

Anatomy and Cell Biology Seminar

Brad Rosen, DO, Associate, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology will present: “Infection is not Required for Mucoinflammatory Lung Disease in CFTR-KO...

Industrial Engineering EFA Information Session

Do you need help deciding on or designing your EFA? Come to an information session to hear about your options and get your questions answered! See the full...

Topics in STEMinism: Women Preparing for Post-PhD Careers in STEM

Examine the various ways in which social and cultural contexts shape women's experiences in male-dominated STEM fields in this four-part event series. Events...

Kalani Karunaratne - "Probing the methylene and hydride transfers in Flavin Dependent Thymidylate Synthase (FDTS)"

Three Month Seminar Kohen Research Group Department of Chemistry University of Iowa

Computer Science & Engineering EFA Information Session

Do you need help deciding on or designing your EFA? Come to an information session to hear about your options and get your questions answered! See the full...

Allergy Conference

Didactic, presented by Dr. Dolovcak

Hardin Open Workshops - Data Management Planning for Researchers

As a result of recent requirements to expand public access to the results of federally funded research, researchers in all disciplines are required to...

Credit 101—Financial Literacy Services

Learn how credit is established, the pros and cons of credit in college, how to pull your free credit report, and more! Individuals with disabilities are...

Algorithms: The Personal Is Political—An Obermann Conversation

Algorithms seem relatively harmless—rules to be followed in calculations or other problem-solving operations, especially by a computer. And yet many of us...

4pm
Nephrology Grand Rounds

“CCP - Transplant” by Satyarth Kulshrestha, MD

Boren Awards & Critical Language Scholarship Info Session

International Programs will host a Boren Awards and Critical Language Scholarship information session on Wednesday, October 18, from 5-7 p.m. in 1100...

Iowa City Farmer's Market - Wednesday Market

The City of Iowa City Parks and Recreation Department operate farmers markets at two locations, two days a week during the summer season. The Farmers Market...

History at the Grove: Ancient & Medieval Beer/Hops/Preservatives

Kick back and relax while you listen to local experts chat about beer, breweries, and beer culture. Expand your beer knowledge while sipping on tasty brews,...

SNPhA Chapter Meeting

College of Pharmacy student members of Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) will host a monthly chapter meeting. Individuals with...

UI-PSP Monthly Meeting

College of Pharmacy student members of the University of Iowa--Pain Management, Substance Use Disorder, Palliative Care (UI-PSP) will host a monthly...

MATLAB Tutorial Open House

The University of Iowa's MATLAB Campus Ambassador will be holding an open house tutorial session for MATLAB to introduce students to the program, learn how...

Writing Center Appointments

Make a 30 minute appointment to get feedback and suggestions on any kind of writing project, from papers for courses to cover letters, personal statements,...

Live from Prairie Lights: Bradford Morrow

Conjunctions editor and acclaimed author Bradford Morrow will read from his new novel, The Prague Sonata. A young musicologist in New York City travels to...

UISG Presents: Iowa City Council Election Forum

Get excited and join UISG on Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. to meet city council candidates and ask questions to prepare for the Nov. 7 city council elections. The...

Wonk Wednesdays: Understanding immigration policy during the Trump era

Rene Rocha, researcher in the PPC's Politics and Policy Research Program, and panelists will discuss how U.S. immigration policy has changed dramatically in...

Van Allen Observatory UI Student Observing

Come join us for a night of observing various astronomical objects, including Jupiter, Saturn, globular clusters, and more! We now have two stands set up...

Wednesday, October 18