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KI-Net conference a success

In late March, Iowa State University’s Department of Mathematics hosted a 2017 KI-Net conference for faculty in mathematics and scientific disciplines. “Kinetic Descriptions of Chemical and Biological Systems: Models, Analysis and Numerics” attracted mathematicians, chemists, physicists and other researchers from around the U.S. and also from Asia and Europe to review the latest advances in … Continue reading KI-Net conference a success

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Golemo receives Distinguished Service to Music Medal

On March 31, 2017, Michael Golemo, professor of music and director of bands, received the Distinguished Service to Music Medal from Kappa Kappa Psi National Honorary Band Fraternity. This is the organization’s highest honor. The medal was presented to Golemo by Evan Thompson, Kappa Kappa Psi National Vice President, and Rod Chesnutt, Kappa Kappa Psi … Continue reading Golemo receives Distinguished Service to Music Medal

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April 18: Waiting with Packed Suitcases: European Jewish Refugees, 1938-1957

WAITING WITH PACKED SUITCASES: European Jewish Refugees, 1938-1957 Tuesday, April 18 7 p.m. Ames Public Library Auditorium Presented by Dr. Kierra Crago-Schneider, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum This program is made possible by the Campus Outreach Lecture Program of the United States Holocaust Museum’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, supported … Continue reading April 18: Waiting with Packed Suitcases: European Jewish Refugees, 1938-1957

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Tonight: From Germans to Americans: Ethnicity, Class, and the Experience of Battle in the Civil War

A Knowledge on Tap Presentation Wednesday, March 22 7 p.m. Torrent Brewing Company Presented by Dr. Lawrence McDonnell, Iowa State University Department of History Dr. McDonnell considers how military service and the experience of battle during the Civil War made Germans into Americans but also made them into a politically radicalized working class. This event … Continue reading Tonight: From Germans to Americans: Ethnicity, Class, and the Experience of Battle in the Civil War

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LAS Career Services shares most recent information on graduation outcomes

Here you will find several pages of information including outcomes by major, salary information, and top employers for 2015-2016 graduates. Highlights: Overall, the graduation outcome rate for the college increased by 1%. The survey received an 88% overall response rate (65% is considered strong). 21.9% of 2015-2016 bachelors graduates are continuing their education, which continues … Continue reading LAS Career Services shares most recent information on graduation outcomes

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Critical Engagements with Economic Thought website launches

In 2013, William Carter, assistant professor of German studies, convened a Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities (CEAH) Research Cluster on “Debt: Crisis, Risk, Inequality.” Faculty members from anthropology, art history, history, philosophy, and world languages and cultures contributed to this group. With an interdisciplinary approach to this important topic, Kate Padgett Walsh … Continue reading Critical Engagements with Economic Thought website launches