Events Calendar

Events

Friday, October 20

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....

Iowa Startup Games

Team up, pitch ideas, and create a business in a weekend. Dive into the entrepreneurial culture with your classmates at Iowa Startup Games! This event is a...

The Englert Theatre Presents: The Witching Hour

Presented by The Englert Theatre and Little Village Magazine, Witching Hour is a festival dedicated to exploring the unknown, discussing creative process,...

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...

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...

ICONext 2017

Join us as we explore new, exciting tools within Canvas, and launch our first Unizin tools. A combination of faculty and ICON staff presentations will...

M1/PA1 Medical Gross Anatomy Exam 2

Lab Exam Group B: 8:30-10:05 am Group A: 10:15-11:50 am Computerized Exam 1:00-3:20 pm

Clinical Conference: Glaucoma

Topic: Glaucoma Featured Speaker: Robert Ritch, MD, FACS, FRCOphth, FARVO, DSc (Hon) Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of...

DeLTA Center Roundtable - Elizabeth Walker (University of Iowa)

Elizabeth Walker, Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Iowa, will be discussing her research...

Infectious Diseases Faculty and Fellows Conference

"Gout in the axial skeleton - Report of 2 cases diagnosed by Dual Energy CT and review of the literature" by Amrit Kaur, MD and "Factors associated with...

Club S.T.E.A.M

Middle school students will vist UI Health Care to explore STEM and health care careers. This is a closed 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...

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...

IWP Panel Series: Emo: The Mode of High Emotion

Join the International Writing Program for this weekly panel discussion series at the Iowa City Public Library (Meeting Room A). Free pizza and refreshments...

Leadership in Healthcare Lecture

The Office of Cultural Affairs and Diversity Initiatives in the CCOM in collaboration with the Department of Surgery, welcome Dr. LD Britt. Dr. Britt is the...

Pulmonary Research Conference

“Cardiovascular prevention post transplantation: focus on cholesterol reduction” by Jennifer Robinson, MD

Panel on Work-Life Balance

Local professionals in demanding careers will address student questions about balancing commitments to family, work, and community. Lunch will be served!...

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...

Intellectual Property Law Society Alumni Panel

Questions about the practice of IP law? Interested in networking with industry professionals? Join IPLS for an Alumni Panel and hear from 4 Iowa alumni...

Finding and Evaluating Educational Literature

Learn how to find and critically evaluate literature for educational research. Participants will need to create an account on the CIRTL Network in order to...

Hawkeye Visit Day

High school students and parents will visit the UI Carver College of Medicine to learn about degree programs. For more information or to register for Hawkeye...

1:30pm
MERF  
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...

Sleep Medicine Fellowship Conference

“Review of an Interesting Sleep Medicine Case” by Dr. Maria Pino

Freebie Friday

Body Image & Eating Disorder Awareness student org will be the hosts for the October 20th Freebie Friday. We will be serving free root beer floats in the...

Minute to Win It

Our annual Halloween themed Minute to Win It event is often a hit where we invite Special Olympic athletes and volunteers to come play games, blast music,...

‘Tiger tiger burning bright’: The Art and Industry of Special Effects Cinema: A Conversation with David Conley

The Department of Cinematic Arts and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences invite you to two events celebrating the achievements of 2017 College of...

Ellen Yezierski - "Undergraduates Teaching Chemistry Through Outreach: Starting a Journey From Goodwill to Research-Based Practice"

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry Miami University Faculty Host: Nicole Becker

Urban and Regional Planning Open House

Are you interested in sustainability? Do you want to be a part of your community or want a career where you make a difference? If so, consider a master’s...

First Fleet Concerts Presents: Secondhand Serenade, He Is We, Ronnie Winter (From Red Jumpsuit Apparatus)

First Fleet Concerts Presents: SECONDHAND SERENADE He Is we, Ronnie Winter (of Red Jumpsuit Apparatus) Fri, October 20, 2017 Doors: 5:00 pm / Show: 6:00...

Nadia Sirota:  "Composing a Career"

Nadia Sirota speaks about building a sustainable career in music through project-based collaboration. Presentation / Panel moderated by UI School of Music...

Shambaugh House Reading Series

Join the International Writing Program for this weekly reading series at the Shambaugh House featuring 2017 Fall Residents. Free refreshments will be served....

Night at the Museum—History of Mystery (Novels)

Trek through the Museum of Natural History after dark for a fun evening of discovery! Each month, we explore a different area of science, technology,...

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,...

Free Coral Ridge Bus Ride

University of Iowa Student Government (UISG) supports free rides on Thursday and Friday nights for UI students to and from the Coral Ridge Mall in...

CAB Haunted House

Looking for something to do this halloween? Come check out the CAB haunted house! Friday, October 20 2nd Floor Ballroom 7pm-1am Free Event!

Guest Recital - Brush / Reed;  Linnea Maas, Visual Artist; Jennifer Bill, Saxophone

The artists join together to explore the parallels between painting and music via live stage performances. Jennifer transforms the printed notes of her...

Joshua Bell

“Joshua Bell doesn’t stand in anyone’s shadow.” So declares the New York Times, and when Bell steps into the light on the Hancher stage with his 1713...

University of Iowa Camerata and Woman's Chorale

PROGRAM WOMEN'S CHORALE Christopher Nakielski, conductor Wen Chin Liu, accompanist Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda, opus 26; Group Three Gustav...

CAB Movies: "Atomic Blonde"

Sensual and savage, Lorraine Broughton is the most elite spy in MI6, an agent who's willing to use all of her lethal skills to stay alive during an...

CAB Movies: Girls Trip

Best friends Ryan, Sasha, Lisa and Dina are in for the adventure of a lifetime when they travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival. Along the...

Twilight Bowl

Presented by the Department of Theatre Arts Gallery Series Twilight Bowl By Rebecca Gilman Directed by Erica Vannon Cousins Sam and Jaycee grew up together...

CAB Movies: "Atomic Blonde"

Sensual and savage, Lorraine Broughton is the most elite spy in MI6, an agent who's willing to use all of her lethal skills to stay alive during an...

CAB Movies: Girls Trip

Best friends Ryan, Sasha, Lisa and Dina are in for the adventure of a lifetime when they travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival. Along the...

Friday, October 20