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2018
Sept. 5 - Nov. 28
Seminar series on Aging, Health, and Technology: Online - This seminar represents a multidisciplinary learning community comprised of graduate students, post docs, community members, and faculty from multiple partnering universities. In-person and live stream options are available. Each week presenters will focus on an aspect of technology that impacts the health and well-being of adults, particularly in older age. Examples of technological applications include smart home technologies, smart clothing, financial health aides, and physical activity monitoring (e.g., Fitbits). Presentations will run live on Wednesdays starting September 5 through November 28 (except no seminar on November 21) from 12:10-1:00pm. To log into the presentations, visit https://iastate.zoom.us/j/507511363.
For more information, contact Jennifer Margrett, director of the interdepartmental gerontology program, at 515-294-3028 or margrett@iastate.edu.
Sept. 24
CHS International Programs: Leading a study abroad program: 12:10-1 p.m., 1009 LeBaron Hall - This information session is for CHS faculty who are interested in leading a new study abroad program and have not worked with the CHS International Programs Office before. Topics will include an overview of international education at Iowa State, services and support, study abroad program characteristics and models, responsibilities for program directors, and how to propose your program idea. This session is ideal for faculty interested in leading a new study abroad program at Thanksgiving break 2019, winter break 2019-2020, or spring break 2020.
For more information, contact Erin French International Programs at 515-294-7153 or efrench@iastate.edu.
Make the Most of the Career Fairs Preparation Workshop for Students: 4:10-4:40 p.m., 1009 LeBaron Conference Room - Come see how to make a great first impression at the career fairs. Learn how you can prepare, what to bring, what to wear, and how to introduce yourself so you will be remembered. More».
For more information, contact Tammy Stegman, career services director in the College of Human Sciences at 515-294-0626 or tstegman@iastate.edu.
Sept. 25
Culinary Science Club Meeting: 5:45-7 p.m., 200 Mackay Hall - This week's theme is tot Tuesday with a tater tot bar. The purpose of Culinary Science Club is to provide a group where students interested in culinary arts, science, and food production can meet and interact. Culinary Science Club works to inform members about new topics in culinary science through speakers, meetings, field trips, and professional organizations. All majors are welcome. More».
For more information, contact Erica Beirman in food science and human nutrition at 515-294-4361 or ebeirman@iastate.edu.
Kinesiology and Health Club meeting: 6:30-7:30 p.m., 0210 Hamilton Hall - Join the Kinesiology and Health Club for their second meeting of the school year. The meeting will feature speakers from MEDLIFE and ISU Up Til Dawn.
For more information, contact Maria McDonough in kinesiology at 5634195595 or mcdmaria@iastate.edu.
Mental Illness, Tragedy and Transformation: The Mark Becker Story - Joan and David Becker: 7 p.m., Great Hall, Memorial Union - The Story County Mental Health Resource Fair will precede the lecture, 6-7 p.m. in the South Ballroom - Joan and Dave Becker share their family's story about their son Mark and the experience they had coping with his paranoid schizophrenia. They hope it will help other families, caregivers, and professionals understand how they can make a difference in moving forward and improving our mental health system. The Beckers spent years visiting doctors, pleading with state mental health services, and trying to get their son help for what was finally diagnosed as paranoid schizophrenia just three days before the unthinkable happened in their rural community of Parkersburg.
For more information, contact Amanda Knief at 515-294-9934 or aknief@iastate.edu.
Sept. 26
Business, Industry, and Technology Career Fair: noon -5 p.m., Hilton Coliseum - The Business, Industry, and Technology Career Fair is the perfect opportunity for students to network with professionals, discover internships, and apply for jobs of interest. Students can find attending organizations and companies in CyHire. Students can have professional photos taken taken from 1-3 p.m. in Hilton Coliseum. The Business, Industry and Technology Career Fair happens concurrently with the People to People Career Fair, which takes place at the Scheman Building. More».
For more information, contact Tammy Stegman, career services director in the College of Human Sciences at 515-294-0626 or tstegman@iastate.edu.
People to People Career Fair: noon -5 p.m., Scheman Building - The People to People Career Fair is the perfect opportunity for students to network with professionals, discover internships, and apply for jobs of interest. Students can find attending organizations and companies in CyHire. Students can have professional photos taken in the Scheman Building from 2-5 p.m. The People to People Career Fair happens concurrently with the Business, Industry and Technology Career Fair, which takes place at Hilton Coliseum. More».
For more information, contact Tammy Stegman, career services director in the College of Human Sciences at 515-294-0626 or tstegman@iastate.edu.
Makin' Money Moves financial panel to present at Connect Four neeting: 6-7 p.m., 1009 LeBaron Hall - Connect Four is a student success and mentoring program that pairs first year and transfer students with upper-level mentors. Meetings are open to all first-year and transfer multicultural students who self-identify as African American, Asian American, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, Latinx, Native American/Alaskan Native, and/or Multiracial.
For more information, contact Carmen Flagge in student services at 515-294-0532 or cflagge@iastate.edu.
How to Be Pre-Med at ISU: 7-8 p.m., Bessey Hall Room 2226 - For the first Pre-Medical Club meeting, club officers will give a presentation on how to be a successful pre-medical student at ISU. The presentation will include information about academics, the MCAT, volunteering, health care experience, and applying for medical school. More».
For more information, contact Benjamin Dralle, president of the ISU Pre-Medical Club, and senior in food science and human nutrition at 641-220-1283 or btdralle@iastate.edu.
Sept. 27
Next Day Interviews: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Memorial Union - Once you have applied (signed-up) for an interview through CyHire or have talked with an organization at the career fair, you will be able to come to the Memorial Union to have your interview. You can apply for many positions today on CyHire before even stepping foot in the Career Fair. More».
For more information, contact Tammy Stegman, career services director in the College of Human Sciences at 515-294-0626 or tstegman@iastate.edu.
The Human Sciences & ART bite-sized tour: 12:10-12:40 p.m., Palmer Building atrium - Join University Museums and the College of Human Sciences to learn about One, Now, All, a work of art that features a water wall and floor. More».
For more information, contact Dynette Mosher, director of alumni relations in administration at 515-294-2820 or dmosher@iastate.edu.
Pease Family Scholar in Kinesiology - James Rimmer: 8 p.m., Sun Room, Memorial Union - James Rimmer has been developing and directing physical activity and health promotion programs for people with disabilities for more than 30 years. He is the inaugural Lakeshore Foundation Endowed Chair of Health Promotion and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and director of the Lakeshore Foundation/UAB Collaborative. Rimmer is on the NIH National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research advisory board. He also serves on several national advisory boards in rehabilitation engineering and is currently a member of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Health Disparities Advisory Committee. In 2014, he became the first researcher with a focus on the fitness of people with disabilities to be named to the President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition Science Board.
For more information, contact Amanda Knief at 515-294-9934 or aknief@iastate.edu.
Sept. 28
College of Human Sciences tailgate luncheon: 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m., Iowa Capitol, room 15 (ground floor) - Join us for a College of Human Sciences tailgate luncheon, 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28 in room 15 of the Iowa Capitol. Laura Dunn Jolly, dean and Dean's Chair, will provide an update about the college. Wear your cardinal and gold. Lunch will be provided.
For more information, contact Dynette Mosher in administration at 515-294-2820 or dmosher@iastate.edu.
Oct. 1
Deadline for AESHM, FSHN, HDFS students to apply for funds to support international activities: 11:55 p.m., Online - Four international travel funds will accept applications from students until Oct. 1. The Donna L. Cowan International Fund in Family and Consumer Sciences is a $500 award given to support graduate student research abroad. The Julia F. Anderson International Fund consists of two $1000 awards to enrich students by providing an opportunity to work with graduates who are abroad. The Louise M. Rosenfeld International Fund is a $500 award for undergraduate or graduate students traveling abroad for university-related study, as well as for international undergraduate or graduate students returning to their home countries to plan for research projects and/or to collect data. Finally, the M. Catherine Welsh Fund consists of three $1000 awards for undergraduate or graduate students traveling abroad for professional meetings, conferences, workshops, seminars, and educational research (not study abroad). International activities must commence between November 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019, to be eligible for the awards. More».
For more information, contact Erin French International Programs at 515-294-7153 or efrench@iastate.edu.
Apply for the CHS Site Visit Grant for faculty or staff preparing to lead study abroad experience: 11:55 p.m., Online - Applications are being accepted for the CHS Site Visit Grant Program. Faculty or staff members interested in leading a study abroad program at Thanksgiving Break 2019, Winter Break 2019-2020, Spring Break 2020, or Summer 2020 should consider applying for the 2018-2019 application cycle. Three grants of up to $3,000 are available, and applications are due on October 1, 2018. Travel must be completed by June 15, 2019, and funding for successful proposals must be expended by June 30, 2019. More».
For more information, contact Erin French International Programs at 515-294-7153 or efrench@iastate.edu.
Deadline for AESHM, FSHN, HDFS faculty to apply for international activities funding: 11:59 p.m., Online - Two international travel funds will accept applications from faculty until Oct. 1, 2018. The Donna L. Cowan International Fund in Family and Consumer Sciences is a $500 award given to support faculty international travel or to support an international scholar visiting the AESHM, FSHN, or HDFS departments. The Julia F. Anderson International Fund consists of two $1000 awards to be used toward enhancing or upgrading the professional qualifications of home economists or to enrich and enhance faculty by bringing an international perspective to Iowa State. International activities must commence between November 1, 2018 and March 31, 2019, to be eligible for the awards.
For more information, contact Erin French International Programs at 515-294-7153 or efrench@iastate.edu.
Oct. 4
Interview Success Workshop for Students: 4-4:45 p.m., 1009 LeBaron Conference Room - Want to do your best in your next interview? Dont sweat it! Gain helpful tips on preparing for these opportunities so you can do your best. More».
For more information, contact Tammy Stegman, career services director in the College of Human Sciences at 515-294-0626 or tstegman@iastate.edu.
Oct. 8-12
Human Sciences Week: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Central Campus - The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences will celebrate its unique, innovative, people-oriented programs and rich traditions with food, dance, speakers, and philanthropic events. The week showcases the college's commitment to expanding human potential and improving people's lives. More».
For more information, contact Kayla Morehead and Ryan True, Human Sciences Week 2018 student co-chairs in the College of Human Sciences at hsw@iastate.edu.
Oct. 9
Culinary Science Club Meeting: 5:45-7 p.m., 200 Mackay Hall - This week's meeting is food allergen awareness night. The purpose of Culinary Science Club is to provide a group where students interested in culinary arts, science, and food production can meet and interact. Culinary Science Club works to inform members about new topics in culinary science through speakers, meetings, field trips, and professional organizations. All majors are welcome. More».
For more information, contact Erica Beirman in food science and human nutrition at 515-294-4361 or ebeirman@iastate.edu.
Helen LeBaron Hilton Endowed Chair Lecture Series: A Hollywood Career in Costume Design - Black Panther's Ruth Carter: 7 p.m., Stephens Auditorium, Iowa State Center - Ruth Carter is the Oscar-nominated costume designer who conceptualized and created more than 1,000 costumes for the world of Wakanda for Marvel's Black Panther. Carter has worked in the industry for more than three decades and is credited in over 40 films. She earned Academy Award nominations for Best Costume Design for Spike Lee's Malcolm X and Steven Spielberg's Amistad as well as a 2016 Emmy Nomination for Roots. Carter has worked with Spike Lee on 14 films and is well known for her work on period ensemble films like Lee Daniels' The Butler and Ava Duvernay's Selma. Hosted as part of Human Sciences Week 2018 and the 2018-19 Helen LeBaron Hilton Endowed Chair Series.
For more information, contact Amanda Knief at 515-294-9934 or aknief@iastate.edu.
Blanket Making for Project Linus: 7-8:30 p.m., Carver Hall Room 0305 - Join the Pre-Medical Club for a night of hot chocolate, donuts, and blanket making for Project Linus. In between making blankets, you can check out our slideshow of local volunteer opportunities More».
For more information, contact Benjamin Dralle at 641-220-1283 or btdralle@iastate.edu.
Oct. 10
Multicultural and International Dinner- Connect Four: 6-7 p.m., Tearoom - Connect Four is a student success and mentoring program that pairs first year and transfer students with upper-level mentors. Meetings are open to all first-year and transfer multicultural students who self-identify as African American, Asian American, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, Latinx, Native American/Alaskan Native, and/or Multiracial.
For more information, contact Carmen Flagge in student services at 515-294-0532 or cflagge@iastate.edu.
George M. Beal Distinguished Lecture in Rural Sociology: Visualizing Consolidation in the Global Meat Processing Industry - Phil Howard: 7 p.m., Sun Room, Memorial Union - Phil Howard is an associate professor in the Department of Community Sustainability at Michigan State University and the author of Concentration and Power in the Food System: Who Controls What We Eat? His research is focused on consolidation in food systems - from farming and processing to distribution and consumption, and he is also widely recognized for pictorial representations of food and agricultural data. He will discuss how government subsidies have played a role in increasing the power of the three largest meat processors worldwide and share data visualizations of changes in the industry's economic concentration.
For more information, contact Amanda Knief at 515-294-9934 or aknief@iastate.edu.
Oct. 12
Human Sciences Week 2018: College of Human Sciences scholarship recognition event: 3-5 p.m., Scheman Building - The College of Human Sciences will host a reception and program honoring the 2018-2019 scholarship donors and recipients. Refreshments will be served at 3 p.m. in the first-floor lobby of the Scheman Building followed by the scheduled program at 3:30 p.m. in Benton Auditorium. RSVP's may be sent to chsalum@iastate.edu by Oct. 1.
For more information, contact Dynette Mosher in administration at 515-294-2820 or dmosher@iastate.edu.
Oct. 15-19
Mid-semester Meetings - Connect Four: 131 Mackay Hall - Connect Four is a student success and mentoring program that pairs first year and transfer students with upper-level mentors. Meetings are open to all first-year and transfer multicultural students who self-identify as African American, Asian American, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, Latinx, Native American/Alaskan Native, and/or Multiracial.
For more information, contact Carmen Flagge in student services at 515-294-0532 or cflagge@iastate.edu.
Oct. 15
Norman Borlaug Lecture - The 2018 World Food Prize Laureates: Lawrence Haddad and David Nabarro: 8 p.m., Great Hall, Memorial Union - A reception and student poster display will precede the lecture from 7-8 p.m. in the South Ballroom, Memorial Union. Posters will address world food issues and are submitted by undergraduate and graduate students - Join a conversation with the 2018 World Food Prize Laureates about their work promoting child and maternal nutrition in Africa, South Asia, and Latin America. Lawrence Haddad and David Nabarro have been recognized for their efforts to persuade government and private sector development leaders to make child nutrition an urgent priority after prices of wheat, maize, and rice nearly doubled in 2007-08, triggering a food crisis that had particularly dire consequences for new mothers and children under the age of two. Lawrence Haddad is the executive director of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition and a pioneer in food policy research. He served as head of the Institute of Development Studies in the United Kingdom from 2004 to 2014 and subsequently co-chaired the Global Nutrition Report. David Nabarro had a long career at the United Nations before retiring last year. He led the UN High Level Task Force on Global Food Security (2008-14), served as coordinator of the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement (2010-14), worked as the UN Secretary-General's Special Adviser on Sustainable Development and Climate Change, and beginning in 2015 served as Special Adviser on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and Climate Change.
For more information, contact Amanda Knief at 515-294-9934 or aknief@iastate.edu.
Helen LeBaron Hilton funding of up to $2,500, application deadline for special projects: 11:55 p.m., online - Looking for grant funding for special projects? The Helen LeBaron Hilton Fund provides small grants for a wide variety of special projects. Human Sciences Extension and Outreach program specialists as well as students, faculty, and staff in food science and human nutrition; human development and family studies; and apparel, events, and hospitality management are eligible to apply. More».
For more information, contact Anthony Santiago in Human Sciences Extension and Outreach at 515-294-7042 or ads@iastate.edu.
Oct. 16
How to Navigate Your Job/Internship Search Workshop: noon -12:45 p.m., 1009 LeBaron Conference Room - Bring your laptop or notebook for a workshop to navigate the many resources available for your successful search. More».
For more information, contact Tammy Stegman, career services director in the College of Human Sciences at 515-294-0626 or tstegman@iastate.edu.
Where Are All the Black People? - Ericka Hart: 7 p.m., Great Hall, Memorial Union - Ericka Hart is an activist and sexuality educator, and is currently an adjunct at Columbia University's School of Social Work. Diagnosed with bilateral breast cancer at the age of 28, Hart realized that neither her identity as a queer black non-binary femme nor her sex life as a survivor, was featured prominently in her treatment. She will share her unique perspective on challenging anti-blackness and the importance of addressing sexual expression and human health at their intersections with race, gender, chronic illness, and disability. Hart has a Master's of Education in Human Sexuality from Widener University and has taught sexuality education for elementary aged youth to adults across New York City for 10 years.
For more information, contact Amanda Knief at 515-294-9934 or aknief@iastate.edu.
Oct. 17
You got this! - Believing in yourself - Connect Four Meeting: 6-7 p.m., 1009 LeBaron Hall - Connect Four is a student success and mentoring program that pairs first year and transfer students with upper-level mentors. Meetings are open to all first-year and transfer multicultural students who self-identify as African American, Asian American, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, Latinx, Native American/Alaskan Native, and/or Multiracial.
For more information, contact Carmen Flagge in student services at 515-294-0532 or cflagge@iastate.edu.
Academic Success Center Presentation and Upperclassmen Academics Panel: 7-8 p.m., Carver Hall Room 0205 - The Academic Success Center will give a presentation about academic resources available to students on campus. Following this presentation, upper division pre-medical students will talk about their academic experiences. More».
For more information, contact Benjamin Dralle at 641-220-1283 or btdralle@iastate.edu.
Oct. 23
Panel Discussion: Benefits of Working for a Non-Profit: What You Need to Know: 5:10-6 p.m., 118 MacKay Hall - Learn the ins and outs of working for a non-profit organization and see if it would be a good fit for you. More».
For more information, contact Tammy Stegman, career services director in the College of Human Sciences at 515-294-0626 or tstegman@iastate.edu.
Culinary Science Club Meeting: 5:45-7 p.m., 200 Mackay Hall - This week's meeting is Halloween themed mystery. The purpose of Culinary Science Club is to provide a group where students interested in culinary arts, science, and food production can meet and interact. Culinary Science Club works to inform members about new topics in culinary science through speakers, meetings, field trips, and professional organizations. All majors are welcome. More».
For more information, contact Erica Beirman in food science and human nutrition at 515-294-4361 or ebeirman@iastate.edu.
Oct. 24
Taking care of you - Wellness - Connect Four Meeting: 6-7 p.m., 1009 LeBaron Hall - Connect Four is a student success and mentoring program that pairs first year and transfer students with upper-level mentors. Meetings are open to all first-year and transfer multicultural students who self-identify as African American, Asian American, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, Latinx, Native American/Alaskan Native, and/or Multiracial.
For more information, contact Carmen Flagge in student services at 515-294-0532 or cflagge@iastate.edu.
Oct. 25
Dean's Advisory Council meeting: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Reiman Gardens - The College of Human Sciences Dean's Advisory Council supports the teaching, research, extension and outreach missions of the college. More».
For more information, contact Theresa Boettcher in administration at 515-294-5380 or theresab@iastate.edu.
College of Human Sciences Alumni Honors and Awards Dinner: 6-8 p.m., Parks Library rotunda - College of Human Sciences alumni will be recognized at this event for their achievements.
For more information, contact Dynette Mosher in administration at 515-294-2820 or dmosher@iastate.edu.
Oct. 26
2018 ISU Alumni Honors and Awards Ceremony: 1:15-3:15 p.m., Benton Auditorium, Scheman Building - College of Human Sciences alumni will be among those receiving awards at this university-wide event. Dessert reception follows ceremony. The event is open to the public.
For more information, contact Dynette Mosher in administration at 515-294-2820 or dmosher@iastate.edu.
Oct. 31
Who are we? - Getting to know ourselves - Connect Four Meeting: 6-7 p.m., 1009 LeBaron Hall - Connect Four is a student success and mentoring program that pairs first year and transfer students with upper-level mentors. Meetings are open to all first-year and transfer multicultural students who self-identify as African American, Asian American, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, Latinx, Native American/Alaskan Native, and/or Multiracial.
For more information, contact Carmen Flagge in student services at 515-294-0532 or cflagge@iastate.edu.
Nov. 1
Deadline for submitting proposals for Innovative Teaching Initiative grants from the College of Human Sciences: noon, vis email - Innovative Teaching Initiative grants support development and delivery of innovative approaches to enhance student learning. Faculty members are invited to submit proposals outlining exciting and visionary plans to enhance CHS curricular offerings aligned with one or more of the colleges key initiatives:diversity and social responsibility, STEM education, wellness, entrepreneurship,
personal financial literacy. More».
For more information, contact Brenda Lohman in the College of Human Sciences at 515-294-7804 or blohman@iastate.edu.
Nov. 6
Culinary Science Club Meeting: 5:45-7 p.m., 200 Mackay Hall - This week's meeting will feature artisan breads with a demonstration by Mickie Deaton. The purpose of Culinary Science Club is to provide a group where students interested in culinary arts, science, and food production can meet and interact.
Culinary Science Club works to inform members about new topics in culinary science through speakers, meetings, field trips, and professional organizations. All majors are welcome. More».
For more information, contact Erica Beirman in food science and human nutrition at 515-294-4361 or ebeirman@iastate.edu.
Undergraduate Research Meeting: 7-8 p.m., Carver Hall Room 0205 - Undergraduate research is a great way to prepare for medical school, and this meeting will help students learn how to get involved with research as an undergraduate student. Careers combining medicine and research will also be discussed. More».
For more information, contact Benjamin Dralle at 641-220-1283 or btdralle@iastate.edu.
Nov. 7
Workshop for Students: Offered a Job? Now What?: 4:15-5 p.m., 1009 LeBaron Conference Room - Struggling to decide which offer is right for you? Unsure on how, and what, to negotiate? Learn about the process of job offers and how to professionally accept (or decline) an offer. More».
For more information, contact Tammy Stegman, career services director in the College of Human Sciences at 515-294-0626 or tstegman@iastate.edu.
Nov. 14
Preparing for finals- Connect Four: 6-7 p.m., 1009 LeBaron Hall - Connect Four is a student success and mentoring program that pairs first year and transfer students with upper-level mentors. Meetings are open to all first-year and transfer multicultural students who self-identify as African American, Asian American, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, Latinx, Native American/Alaskan Native, and/or Multiracial.
For more information, contact Carmen Flagge in student services at 515-294-0532 or cflagge@iastate.edu.
Nov. 27
Culinary Science Club Meeting: 5:45-7 p.m., 200 Mackay Hall - This week's theme is holiday treats with cookie decorating. The purpose of Culinary Science Clubs is to provide a group where students interested in culinary arts, science, and food production can meet and interact. Culinary Science Club works to inform members about new topics in culinary science through speakers, meetings, field trips, and professional organizations. All majors are welcome. More».
For more information, contact Erica Beirman in food science and human nutrition at 515-294-4361 or ebeirman@iastate.edu.
Closing Social and Volunteer Event: 7-8 p.m., Carver Hall Room 0205 - As the semester comes to a close, join the Pre-Medical Club for pizza and our closing social event. Well also complete a volunteer activity to help those who may be in need during the holiday season. More».
For more information, contact Benjamin Dralle at 641-220-1283 or btdralle@iastate.edu.
Dec. 5
Honors poster presentation: 3-5 p.m., Great Hall, Memorial Union - All students graduating in Honors present their capstone projects at an Honors Poster Presentation event. Poster presentations are held each semester. Many present during their senior year, but students are encouraged to present earlier if their Honors Project has been completed. More».
For more information, contact University Honors Program at honors@iastate.edu.
Dec. 14
Educator preparation cording ceremony: 10-11:30 a.m., C.Y. Stephens Auditorium - The Iowa State University Educator Preparation Program's eighth cording ceremony will recognize students' completion of the program in fall 2018. This ceremony will also celebrate students' induction into the teaching profession.
For more information, contact Heidi Doellinger in the School of Education at 515-294-6368 or hldoell@iastate.edu.
College of Human Sciences undergraduate convocation: 2-3 p.m., C.Y. Stephens Auditorium - The fall 2018 College of Human Sciences convocation will be held in C.Y. Stephens Auditorium on Friday, Dec. 14, 2018. Seating is unlimited and tickets are not required for admission. Attendance is optional. The College of Human Sciences Convocation will begin promptly at 2 p.m. and last approximately 60 minutes. Doors open to the public at 1 p.m. The convocation will include greetings from the dean of the college, comments by a student speaker, and individual recognition of each graduating student who is in attendance. At the conclusion of the recognition of student award recipients, students will cross the stage as their names are read and be recognized by the dean and the chair or director of their respective academic department or school. More».
For more information, contact Dynette Mosher in administration at 515-294-2820 or dmosher@iastate.edu.
College of Human Sciences reception for graduating students: 3-4 p.m., C.Y. Stephens Auditorium, ground and first floor - Students, families, and friends are invited to celebrate with graduating undergraduate and graduate students. This event immediately follows the CHS undergraduate convocation so the start time may vary a bit, depending on when that event concludes.
For more information, contact Dynette Mosher in administration at 515-294-2820 or dmosher@iastate.edu.
2019
Feb. 13
Spring 2019 Career Fairs: noon -5 p.m., Scheman Building, Hilton Coliseum - All Iowa State students are encouraged to attend the Spring 2019 People to People Career Fair and the Business, Industry, and Technology Career Fair. Both fairs occur at the same time. The People to People Career Fair will take place in the Scheman Building, and the Business, Industry, and Technology Career Fair will take place in Hilton Coliseum. More».
For more information, contact Tammy Stegman, career services director in the College of Human Sciences at 515-294-3708 or tstegman@iastate.edu.
Feb. 19
CHS International Programs: Leading a study abroad program: 12:30-1:30 p.m., 1009 LeBaron Hall - This information session is for CHS faculty who are interested in leading a new study abroad program and have not worked with the CHS International Programs Office before. Topics will include an overview of international education at Iowa State, services and support, study abroad program characteristics and models, responsibilities for program directors, and how to propose your program idea. This session is ideal for faculty interested in leading a new study abroad program at spring break 2020 or summer 2020.
For more information, contact Erin French International Programs at 515-294-7153 or efrench@iastate.edu.
March 4
Teacher Education Career Fair: 1-4 p.m., ISU Alumni Center - Students who are part of the ISU Educator Preparation Program, nearing graduation, or involved in teacher education programs across the state are invited to attend the 2019 Teacher Education Career Fair. Those who are seeking employment, exploring student teaching options, or are interested in enhancing their professional skills are encouraged to attend and meet with districts and organizations represented at the fair. More».
For more information, contact Tammy Stegman, career services director at 515-294-0626 or tstegman@iastate.edu.

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