Events Calendar

Iowa Memorial Union (IMU)

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Upcoming Events

"Bodies in Motion"

Bodies in Motion compares the dance photography of Barbara Morgan to work produced by artists from the Renaissance to the present. Imagined as a complement...

3/25 12pm
Come Together: Collaborative Lithographs from the Tamarind Institute

This exhibition explores the collaborative nature of lithography at the Tamarind Institute. Thirty lithographs by contemporary artists are accompanied by...

3/25 12pm
CAB Presents: Collateral Beauty

Retreating from life after a tragedy, a man questions the universe by writing to Love, Time and Death. Receiving unexpected answers, he begins to see how...

3/25 5pm
CAB Presents: Fences

A working-class African-American father tries to raise his family in the 1950s, while coming to terms with the events of his life. Showings: Thursday,...

3/25 5pm
"Bodies in Motion"

Bodies in Motion compares the dance photography of Barbara Morgan to work produced by artists from the Renaissance to the present. Imagined as a complement...

3/26 12pm

Recent Events

"Bodies in Motion"

3/24/2017

Recent Activity

Diana Cox

Diana Cox left a positive review 3/8/2017

I definitely learned a lot about tracking. I intend to forward the video website to others to watch so they are informed of this information, as well. I am glad I went.

Christine Tabak

Christine Tabak left a positive review 3/8/2017

I've been to several Lunch & Learn sessions, and this one was my favorite. Zubair Shafiq handled a technical topic with an eye toward a general audience in very engaging way. Attendees came away with a desire to learn more about the topic, and a short list of tools and suggestions that are free and easy to implement to deal with the issue of online privacy. Thank you, Professor Shafiq!

John Marmet

John Marmet left a positive review 3/10/2017

This was a very informative lecture. I'm really glad I went. Thank you for hosting these lectures.

Karlyn Larson

Karlyn Larson left a positive review 3/8/2017

Very informative. Thanks!

Diane Bedell

Diane Bedell left a positive review 3/8/2017

Working in student services, I interact with students a lot - but rarely catch such fascinating glimpses into what goes on in the lecture room or research lab. Prof. Shafiq was an engaging presenter and opened my eyes - widely - to the dangers of big data. Very, very interesting presentation. Makes me proud to be a (small) part of this campus!

Lucy Choisser

Lucy Choisser left a review 2/12/2017

There were some pertinent messages for the audience, but in general Dr. Salazar spoke too quickly and the volume was low enough that it was at times difficult to hear/understand what he was saying.

Laurena Bernabo

Laurena Bernabo left a positive review 2/8/2017

I liked having things laid out, but maybe it would be helpful to have different sessions for different groups, Ph.D vs. MFA, etc?

Jennifer Graham

Jennifer Graham left a positive review 2/1/2017

The speaker was great! Very informative. I've been to other talks on this subject and this talk finally made me realize how important men can be to try to get girls in STEM. That there are opportunities to teach and show men (and women) on how to better gauge a girls interest and how to help girls gain confidence and even teaching strategies that may be beneficial. .

Susan Dane

Susan Dane left a positive review 2/1/2017

Excellent panel. Content was well balanced between new knowledge & shared background or experiences.

Gina Swift

Gina Swift left a positive review 2/1/2017

It would be good to hear the panel answer many more questions. The stories of women in technology need to be shared and I'd attend other Lunch & Learn style sessions on this topic.