Events Calendar

On June 13, a new event calendar system will be launched. At that date, only events in the new system will be displayed. Please make sure all events after June 13 are added to https://content.uiowa.edu. You can find out more information about the transition on that site as well.

Events

Friday, February 23

FIRST Tech Challenge Iowa Championship

The FIRST Tech Challenge-Iowa Championship is a culmination event for many of the teams in Iowa. Teams must qualify through the League Tournaments and the...

"Field Guide to a Border Town I"  by Abbey Blake, MA Student in the School of Art & Art History

"Field Guide to a Border Town I" by Abbey Blake, MA Student in the School of Art & Art History Closing Reception February 23 6:30-8:30 Individuals with...

"THREEE TTWooo Ooonnnee", by Mitchell Volk, MA Student in the School of Art & Art History

"THREEE TTWooo Ooonnnee", by Mitchell Volk, MA Student in the School of Art & Art History Reception February 23, 2018 6:30-8:30 Individuals with...

Works by Lindley Warren, BFA Student in the School of Art & Art History

Works by Lindley Warren, BFA Student in the School of Art & Art History Closing reception: February 23, 6-8 pm Individuals with disabilities are encouraged...

Works by Youtian Duan, BFA Student in the School of Art & Art History

Works by Youtian Duan, BFA Student in the School of Art & Art History Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa...

Student Selections Exhibition

An exhibition co-curated by all the student employees in Special Collections. Their work processing collections, shelving books, providing references...

Dada Futures: Circulating Replicants, Surrogates, and Participants

Dada began in Zurich in the midst of the First World War and its hold on the international public imagination grew as rumors of its provocative activities...

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...

Looking Bac: Ferdinand Bac 1859-1952

Artist, writer, and landscape architect, Ferdinand Bac accomplished more in his ninety-three years than most people could in twice that time. Looking Bac:...

National Geographic Photo Ark

The interaction between animals and their environments is the engine that keeps the planet healthy for all of us. But for many species, time is running out....

University Birthday!

Celebrate University of Iowa's 171st Birthday with free cupcakes! Come for a chance to win prizes from specially marked cupcakes.

Alison Post, University of California, Berkeley

Alison Post Associate Professor, Political Science and Global Metropolitan Studies Co-Director, Global Metropolitan Studies University of California,...

Multi-Disciplinary Panel: Collective Acts Toward Sustainability

Presented by the Department of Dance, Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, Office of Outreach & Engagement Multi-Disciplinary Panel: Collective Acts Toward...

OSA Brown Bag: Old Collections, New Insights: A Lithic Analysis of the Lungren Site (13ML224)

The Lungren Site (13ML224) is a Middle Archaic campsite located in Mills County, Iowa. The site was excavated in the 1960s during the Smithsonian River Basin...

English Language Discussion Circles

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

Lawyers & Leaders: What’s Next In the Legal Profession: Clients Sparking Change & How Attorneys Must Adapt

Join Nicolle Schippers from ARAG Legal at 12:40 p.m. on Friday, February 23rd in 285 BLB for a discussion of trends in the legal industry. Although lawyers...

Center for Hypertension Research Seminar - Andreas M. Beyer, Ph.D.

"Regulation of Mitochondrial Integrity and Contribution to the Development of Coronary Artery Disease" Presented by Andreas M. Beyer, Ph.D. Assistant...

Freebie Fridays: Root Beer Floats

Come down to the Hawkeye Room in the IMU ground floor for some free root beer floats fridays from 2:30PM-4PM and get to know different student orgs on campus!

CANCELED: Jacquelyn Gill: "The Past is Not Dead: How the Last 2.5 Million Years of Global Change Can Prepare Us for the Next Century"

This talk has been canceled. Please visit the Iowa City Darwin Day website at www.iowacitydarwinday.org for an updated schedule of Darwin Day talks and events.

Psychological & Brain Sciences Colloquium

"Preclinical Studies of Vagus Nerve Stimulation as a Potential Adjunct to Exposure-Based Therapies" Christa McIntyre, PhD Behavioral and Brain...

“Distant Reading the End of the World: Big Data and The Hunger Games” — Public lecture by Michael Gavin

Michael Gavin's current book project explores the spatial distribution of language. Alternating between large-scale data analysis drawn from geographical...

Asheley Landrum: "Negotiating Public Values When Communicating Controversial Science"

An Iowa City Darwin Day talk by Asheley Landrum, Assistant Professor of Strategic Science Communication at Texas Tech University. One of the goals of...

Negotiating Public Values when Communicating Controversial Science

Asheley Landrum Texas Tech University Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa–sponsored events. If you are a...

Japanese Documentary Now

Join the University of Iowa Japanese Program and the Department of Cinematic Arts (February 23-25) for a series of documentary film screenings with Japanese...

Energy, Climate and Policies: Risks and Opportunities

James Hansen Columbia University Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa–sponsored events. If you are a person with...

James Hansen: "Energy, Climate and Policies: Risks and Opportunities"

An Iowa City Darwin Day talk by James Hansen, Earth Institute at Columbia University. Risks of climate change to humanity and nature are reasonably well...

University of Iowa Computing Conference 2018

"The UICC is hosted by the students and for the students to promote computing as a science and a profession." Welcome to the eleventh annual University of...

A Conversation on Music and Style

Join Spotify’s hip-hop playlist curator and University of Iowa alum, Tuma Basa, as well as Fashion, Beauty, and Brand Specialist Courtney Rhodes, for a...

Old Capitol Museum History Club—The Royals

Ever wished you could travel back in time? Join other time travelers for the next best thing—Old Capitol Museum History Club! Each month we will explore a...

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...

Black History Month Talent Show

Come join BSU at the annual Black History Month Talent Show. Lots of great talent, a night you won't want to miss! Individuals with disabilities are...

Live From Prairie Lights: Kiki Petrosino and Kaethe Schwehn

Writers’ Workshop graduates Kiki Petrosino and Kaethe Schwehn will read from their new books. Kiki Petrosino will read from Witch Wife. The poems of Witch...

CAB Movies: COCO

Despite his family's generations-old ban on music, young Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to...

CAB Movies: Lady Bird

An outspoken teen must navigate a loving but turbulent relationship with her strong-willed mother over the course of an eventful and poignant senior year of...

Dancers in Company 2018: CollectivEnergies

Presented by the Department of Dance Dancers in Company 2018 CollectivEnergies The University of Iowa’s premier touring ensemble, Dancers in Company,...

Shelby Carney, Senior Percussion Recital

Shelby Carney, percussion Sabrina Gafrick, percussion Presented by the UI School of Music. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all...

The Abstract and Brief Chronicles of the Time

Presented by the Department of Theatre Arts Workshop Series The Abstract and Brief Chronicles of the Time By Sean David DeMers Directed by Bo Fraizer Six...

Dancers in Company Post-Performance Commentary and Talkback

Presented by the Department of Dance Join us immediately following the Dancers in Company performance for a post-performance talkback moderated by Peter...

CAB Movies: COCO

Despite his family's generations-old ban on music, young Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz. Desperate to...

CAB Movies: Lady Bird

An outspoken teen must navigate a loving but turbulent relationship with her strong-willed mother over the course of an eventful and poignant senior year of...

Friday, February 23