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ISU Lecture Series presents Rachel Hauck: Knowing how to break the rules: Set design on Broadway


On Wednesday, Tony award-winning set designer of Hadestown, Rachel Hauck, talks with us about how breaking rules led her to success on Broadway!

Join us on Wed. Oct. 16 for a moderated discussion with Rachel Hauck called “Knowing How to Break the Rules: Set Design on Broadway,” which is being brought to ISU as part of ISU Theatre‘s series “HEROic: Gender Equity in the Arts.” The program will begin at 7:00 pm in the Great Hall of the Memorial Union.

October 15th, 2019|Events, News|

CEAH and ISU’s Department of History present Dr. Benjamin Gross

Dr Benjamin Gross bookcover

History Department Colloquium:  The TVs of Tomorrow: RCA and the Invention of the First LCDs

Thursday, October 3, 2019
4:10 pm
606 Ross Hall

Professor Benjamin Gross, Vice President for Research and Scholarship at Linda Hall Library in Kansas City, MO, will discuss RCAs development of the LCDs and American innovation during the Cold War.

Contact for more information.

September 26th, 2019|News|

CEAH Fall 2019 Reception

Beardshear rotunda

Wednesday, October 9, 2019
4:00-6:00 p.m.
Beardshear Hall, 1st floor rotunda

The Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities (CEAH) and the Office of the Vice President for Research (VPR) would like to welcome back our faculty in the arts and humanities with a fall reception. Join us for refreshments and a cash bar as we celebrate the exciting research taking place in the arts. Enjoy a brief program including a message from ISU President Wendy Wintersteen. Take a moment to meet the Vice President for Research Sarah Nusser, the CEAH director, Carlton Basmajian and others from the VPR who can serve as resources for you as you develop your career.

September 5th, 2019|Events, News, Upcoming Events|

2019 Faculty Learning Community: SUSTAINABLE PEACE

Led by Christina Campbell, associate professor of food science and human nutrition

This learning community will explore, learn and discuss the meaning of peace, particularly positive peace, in the context of teaching, research and outreach. Positive peace means living in a world that is just and sustainable, including access to food and clean drinking water, education, security and other human rights.

Meeting times will be posted soon.

Please contact the faculty leader Christina Campbell to learn more about or join this learning community.

June 26th, 2019|Announcements, Events, News|
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