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, March 2

"ALIGHT", by Kate Korzh, MA Student in the School of Art & Art History

"ALIGHT", by Kate Korzh, MA Student in the School of Art & Art History Reception: Saturday March 3, 2:00-4:00 PM Individuals with disabilities are...

Works by Cammy York, MFA Student in the School of Art & Art History

Works by Cammy York, MFA Student in the School of Art & Art History Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa...

Works by Jordan Gale, BFA Student in the School of Art & Art History

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

Works by Ning Zhao, MFA Student in the School of Art & Art History

Works by Ning Zhao, MFA Student in the School of Art & Art History Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa...

Works by Veniesa Dillon, BFA Student in the School of Art & Art History

Works by Veniesa Dillon, 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...

Clinical Conference: Cataract/Comprehensive

Friday, March 2, 2018 Topic: Cataract/Comprehensive Featured Speaker: Susan M. MacDonald, MD Director Comprehensive Ophthalmology, Lahey Clinic Clinical...

Against Amnesia: Archives, Evidence, & Social Justice — Provost's Global Forum and Obermann Humanities Symposium, featuring the Joel Barkan Lecture

We often picture archives as rare documents and artifacts—precious and too often unseen collections that preserve our history. But increasingly, concerned...

Teaching with Archives Panel

How can we inspire current and future generations to seek evidence in archives? Librarians, archivists, curators, and instructors share successes, failures,...

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....

Read on the Rug: "Spiders"

Bring your toddler to enjoy a story and related activities at the Pentacrest Museums! Recommended for ages 2-4 years old. Children must be accompanied by an...

Living Archives: Constitution Hill in Johannesburg/South Africa, a co-presentation by Marie Kruger and Debora Matthews

The subject of this presentation, Constitution Hill, is a unique “living archive” in the center of Johannesburg. It is a former prison complex that...

Admitted Student Visit Day

University of Iowa Health Care is partnering with University of Iowa Office of Admissions to host a program for admitted high school students to explore the...

OSA Brown Bag: Anticipating Features: Gradiometer Surveys at the Dixon Site in Northwest Iowa

Data recovery excavations were conducted during 2016-2017 at the Dixon site (13WD8), a large Oneota village located along the Little Sioux River in northwest...

Pulmonary Research Conference

“Delineating the roles of pathogens, mucus, and inflammation is obstructive lung diseases” by Brad Rosen, DO

Symposium on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology for Energy, Health and Environment

Symposium on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology for Energy, Health and Environment Featuring Keynote Speakers Prof. Martin Moskovits (University of California,...

TILE Essentials

TILE Essentials is a two-part intensive workshop that focuses on the active-learning pedagogies implemented by instructors who teach in TILE (as well as...

Counter-Archive: Filming Your Way Out of the Past—Film Screening & Q&A with Filmmaker Adam Khalil

Native American experimental filmmaker Adam Khalil will screen his and his brothers’ short film The Violence of a Civilisation Without Secrets (2017, 10 min)...

Phylogeography of African Taxa: Peoples, Mossies, and Languages

Dr. Andrew Kitchen University of Iowa, Department of Anthropology Presented by the rEvolutionary Research Club Individuals with disabilities are encouraged...

Study Abroad Info Session - Florence Italy

How would you like to work alongside some of the top art instructors in Europe? Study Abroad will host an information session on its Studio Art Centers...

All Journal Informational Session

By this point in the year, I'm sure that at least one person has asked you about whether or not you will be applying to a journal come the end of the...

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...

"Documenting the History of Women's Reproductive Health: Sterilization and Abortion In and Outside the Archive": lecture by Johanna Schoen

This presentation will explore the challenges of researching and documenting the history of eugenic sterilization programs and abortion around the country....

2018 Rehabilitation Career Fair

Please join us for a Career Fair for students in the Rehabilitation Sciences (PT, PTA, OT, COTA, ATC) University Club East Ballroom 1360 Melrose Avenue Iowa...

Teri W. Odom - "Single-Nanoparticle Sensors of Nano-bio Interactions"

Northwestern University NNI Winter 2018 Symposium Hosts: Amanda Haes and Mubeen Syed

Sleep Medicine Fellowship Conference

“What is the Difference Between Sleep and Anesthesia?” by Dr. Yasser El-Hattab (Anesthesia)

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!

Sara E. Mason - "Combining Electronic Structure Calculations and Thermodynamics Modeling to Predict Nanomaterial Reactivity, Transformation, and Dissolution"

University of Iowa NNI Winter 2018 Symposium Hosts: Amanda Haes and Mubeen Syed

"Direct Descendant in the Archives—A Scholarly and Emotional African American Family History": reading by Sheri Parks

Sheri Parks will discuss and read from her autobiography in-progress, which explores her roots through North Carolina back to Africa. This event is part...

UI Public Philosophy Lecture

“Sexual Assault and Human Rights: The Political Significance of Gender-Based Violence.” Susan J. Brison, Dartmouth College. If you need accommodations in...

Martin Moskovits- "Plasmon-assisted Artificial Photosynthesis"

University of Santa Barbara NNI Winter 2018 Symposium Host: Prof. Amanda Haes and Prof. Mubeen

Social Signals that Regulate Psysiology, Development, and Aging

Ilya Ruvinsky, Ph.D. Northwestern University, Department of Molecular Biosciences Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of...

"Immigration, the Arts, and the Archive": an artists' conversation with Lisa Schlesinger and John Rapson

Jazz musician John Rapson and playwright Lisa Schlesinger have each worked with fellow artists and performers to capture the pain, possibility, and complex...

First Friday: March 2018

The March First Friday event will present the visual art of Bao Pham. “Seedling” is a collection of drawings and paintings illustrating scenes of...

Trevor Magness, DMA Piano Recital

Trevor Magness, piano Presented by the UI School of Music. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa-sponsored events....

Night at the Museum—Trekking through the Tundra

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,...

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...

Iowa New Play Festival 2018 Auditions

Presented by the Department of Theatre Arts The University of Iowa Department of Theatre Arts will hold open auditions on Friday, March 2 and Sunday, March...

Intramural Inner Tube Water Polo - Friday Night Series

For more information on Intramural Inner Tube Water Polo and how to register, please visit...

Iowa City's Writer's Showcase

Meet your English Society at Prairie Lights on Friday, March 2, at 7 p.m. for our Iowa City's Writer's Showcase! We are very excited to be hosting successful...

Kantorei/University Choir Concert

Presented by the UI School of Music This concert will be live streamed here>> A program of German-Baroque choral music. Individuals with disabilities are...

Latitude Ensemble: classical improvisation

"Who's music is it anyway?" We make up the concert at the concert. Presented by the UI School of Music Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to...

Motown: The Musical

The performance on Sunday, March 4, at 1:00 pm will feature an American Sign Language interpreter. Services for People with Disabilities. Please contact...

Nicole Peter, piano

MA Piano Recital Presented by the UI School of Music Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa-sponsored events. If you...

“A Darker Presence: Interpretive Goals and Collecting Strategies in the National Museum of African American History and Culture": Joel Barkan Memorial Keynote Lecture by William Pretzer

Since its opening, the National Museum of African American History and Culture has drawn record crowds. Simply getting an entry ticket is an accomplishment....

CAB Movies: Jumanji

Four high school kids discover an old video game console and are drawn into the game's jungle setting, literally becoming the adult avatars they chose. What...

CAB Movies: The Commuter

Insurance salesman Michael is on his daily commute home, which quickly becomes anything but routine. After being contacted by a mysterious stranger, Michael...

Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England

Presented by the Department of Theatre Arts Mainstage Series Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England By Madeleine George Directed by Meredith...

Casino Night

Are you skilled at blackjack? Or maybe you want to try your hand at roulette? Come to Casino Night to test your luck!

CAB Movies: Jumanji

Four high school kids discover an old video game console and are drawn into the game's jungle setting, literally becoming the adult avatars they chose. What...

CAB Movies: The Commuter

Insurance salesman Michael is on his daily commute home, which quickly becomes anything but routine. After being contacted by a mysterious stranger, Michael...

Friday, March 2