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The College of Design's fall undergraduate and graduate convocation will take place Saturday, Dec. 17. This is a separate event from the official Iowa State University commencement ceremony. This event includes bachelor's and master's students only from the College of Design and allows students and their guests a more individualized celebration of their achievement. Candidates for degrees from the College of Design will be recognized at a reception at 9:30 a.m. in the Lyle E. Lightfoot Forum (atrium) and a convocation at 10 a.m. in Kocimski Auditorium.
The College of Design's Multicultural Liaison Office, together with faculty and peer mentors will host a series of workshops for multicultural design students on assembling high-quality portfolios for the enrollment-managed application process at the end of the Core Design Program.
Today's workshop, the last of the semester, will focus on preparing a grid layout for your portfolio.
Carlos Bedoya, founding partner of Mexico City-based architecture firm Productora, will present "Architecture with a Detour" as part of the 2016-17 ISU Department of Architecture Lecture Series. His presentation is free and open to the public.
Bedoya will look at Productora's work "through a set of architectural variables as a means to tease out the practice's engagement not with solving problems per se, but with engaging the inherent 'difficulty' of architecture as a productive element of design," he said.
"Following Josef Maria Rilke's writings, a key question of Productora's research has been to ask how design should not only attempt to resolve difficulties, but to create architecture as difficulty: architecture imagined as a sort of detour."
The College of Design invites researchers interested in advancing youth inclusion in public space to attend the inaugural research networking social on this topic. The social aims to find common ground between disciplines by generating research questions, exploring methodologies and discussing aspirations for future collaborations. Light snacks and a child-friendly movie with a babysitter will be provided.
Opening reception for "In Between Infill," an exhibition of work by eight ISU architecture students who participated in the ars 16 berlin summer academy, a five-week workshop organized by Iowa State University in partnership with Beuth Hoschule fur Technik Berlin, City College New York (CCNY) the German University of Technology (GUtech), Muscat Oman, and the Berlin housing association, WBM Wohnungsbaugesellschaft Berlin-Mitte, to address infill situations with innovative design approaches.
The Iowa State students collaborated with 23 students from the other three universities to develop proposals for future live-work scenarios in challenging infill sites in Berlin-Mitte. The students were mentored by Ulrike Passe, ISU associate professor of architecture; Ahu Aydogan Akseli, CCNY; Alexander Kader, GUtech, and Robert Demel and Mathias Essig, Beuth Hoschule Berlin.
Deborah Hauptmann, chair of the ISU architecture department, will give brief remarks at the reception.
Creating a Land Managment Plan for Sandhill Crane (Grus Canadensis)
Bret Lang, GIS certificate candidate, natural resource ecology and management
Adviser: Tim Stewart, associate professor, natural resource ecology and management
Sandhill cranes were once common across the state of Iowa until populations decreased drastically in the late 1800s due to European settlement. Although there have been sparse sightings, it wasn't until 1992 that the first successful nesting pair in 98 years was discovered in Tama County. Since then, a number of Iowa environmental entities have made managing their lands for Sandhill crane nesting a priority. This has led to a need to develop methods that will aid in discovering Sandhill crane nesting sites as well as determining areas that have potential for nesting habitat restoration.
In 2014, Polk County Conservation made Sandhill cranes one of their priority species for conservation. One thing they desire is to develop a GIS model that will help identify potential Sandhill crane nesting sites as well as areas to prioritize for wetland development in their managed lands.
Using ArcGIS model builder, Lang developed a model that would allow Polk County Conservation to serve this purpose while needing only a raster land cover map as an initial input. He has also used ArcGIS model builder to create a GIS model that would create hotspots on locations with high wetland restoration potential.
Agenda will be posted in college's weekly update published on Monday.
If you're considering a graduate degree in one of our design or art majors, this open house is for you! The event will give you the opportunity to interact with faculty and students, tour our facilities, engage with other prospective students and learn the value of our outstanding graduate programs. Questions? Contact Meredith Foley, graduate recruitment and student services coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org. We can't wait for you to join us! RSVP online
Schedule of Events:
12:30 p.m. Check-in and Welcome Reception
12:45 p.m. Welcome Remarks
1:00 p.m. Program Breakout Session I
2:00 p.m. Program Breakout Session II
3:00 p.m. Graduate Student Panel
4:00 p.m. Reception/College & Campus Tours
CY Talks is a dialogue series to give all students a brave space to practice and engage in intercultural communication about issues of social justice. Participants will explore topics to deepen their understanding of the various dimensions of identity. The aim is to assist students in developing strategies to build self-awareness and a critical consciousness to help promote a more socially just community. Sponsored by the Colleges of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Business, Design, Engineering, Human Sciences and Liberal Arts and Sciences and facilitated by the college's multicultural liaison officers.
The Politics of Design
Ivonne Santoyo-Orozco, lecturer in architecture, is a candidate for a full-time tenure-track assistant professor position in the Department of Architecture. All College of Design faculty and staff are invited to attend her public presentation.
As an architect, Santoyo-Orozco has worked in Mexico City for Fernando Romero, in Maastricht for Wiel Arets and in London first for Foster and Partners and then for Arup Integrated Urbanism. As an educator, she has held teaching posts at Iowa State University, Central Saint Martins, University of Creative Arts and the Architectural Association.
Her work has been exhibited internationally from the Venice Biennale to Storefront for Art and Architecture, published in several journals and discussed in international conferences. She is completing her doctoral dissertation at the Architectural Association in London where she investigates the historical role architecture has played in the cultivation of an affective dimension of power.
Have you ever wondered how your favorite movie’s title sequence was made, or how to present your information in a unique way? With this workshop you can learn how! We will discuss how to turn a 2D image into a 3D environment, how to effectively combine a video and text, and how to make infographic pieces that combine motion, animation, and text. With instructor Bryan Clendenen you will be expertly guided into the world of motion graphics. Register Now
Through the interdisciplinary lens of various citizen science projects, panel participants will explore questions related to their experiences with multi-situational knowledge, multi-positional identity and multi-dimensional power in community-engaged scholarship.
Moderated by Janet Hecsh, associate dean of faculty at California State University at Sacramento, the panel will feature Iowa State faculty members Katherine Richardson Bruna and Gale Seiler, associate professors of education; Ulrike Passe, associate professor of architecture; Linda Shenk, associate professor of English; and Dara Wald, assistant professor of journalism and mass communication; and University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty member Lyric Bartholomay, associate professor of pathobiological sciences.
Space is limited to 25 people. RSVP to email@example.com. Coffee and dessert from the Cafe in Ames will be provided. Sponsored by the Urban Ecosystem Project, funded by the National Institutes of Health Science Education Partnership Award.
Workshops will be held the first Wednesday of the month in October, November and December 2016 from 6 to 7 p.m. in 130 Design. Today's workshop will focus on beginning your portfolio and photographing work for inclusion in the portfolio.
The College of Design will hold a homemade cupcake contest, sale and social from 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1, in the Lightfoot Forum (atrium). Cupcakes will be judged on texture, flavor, aroma and general appearance. They will be sold for $2 each with proceeds going to the college's United Way of Story County campaign.
All graduate students are invited to a Scary Potluck at Design on Main, hosted by integrated visual arts graduate students. This is a great opportunity to visit the graduate studios at Design on Main. Please bring a scary dish to share!
Elia Zenghelis is a cofounder of the Office of Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and current principal of Gigantes Zinghelis Architects (GZA), Athens, Greece.
During the 1980s, Zenghelis was the partner in charge of OMA London and OMA Athens. In 1987 he established Gigantes Zenghelis Architects with Eleni Gigantes in Athens. Since 1991, they also have had a branch office in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Zenghelis is a tenured professor of architecture at the Dusseldorf Academy of Fine Arts and was a guest professor for the fall 2015 semester at Yale University, New Haven, Conn. He previously taught at the Berlage Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban Design, Rotterdam, and the Architectural Association, London, for 20 years, and at the Accademia di Architettura in Mendrisio, Switzerland, from 2002 to 2007. He is a professor emeritus at the University of Thessaly in Greece, which recently awarded him an honorary doctorate. He has been a visiting faculty member at countless universities in the United States, Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Japan, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland and Uruguay.
Zenghelis has served as an external examiner at the Bartlett School of Architecture, London; the Architectural Association; and the Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland; and seven times as juror on the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award. As an architect, he won the Mies van Der Rohe Award for his work on Checkpoint Charlie (Berlin, 1989), the first project Gigantes Zinghelis Architects produced as an office, and the Eternit Architecture Award for the same building. He has served the Greek Ministry of Culture and the Environment in numerous appointments, including as commissioner for the Greek Architecture Pavilion at the 2000 Venice Biennale.
In 2000, Zenghelis received the RIBA Annie Spink Award for Excellence in Architectual Education from the Royal Institute of British Architects, and in 2002 he was awarded the UIA Jean Tschumi Prize from the International Union of Architects for his international impact on architectural education.
His lecture is part of the 2016-17 ISU Department of Architecture Lecture Series.
Alumni Michael Braley (BFA 1993 Graphic Design), creative director of Braley Design in Lexington, Ky.; Thomas R. Gerend, executive director of the Kansas City Streetcar Authority in Kansas City, Mo.; and Matt Ostanik, CEO of FunnelWise, based in West Des Moines, will receive the 2016 Design Achievement Award from the College of Design at the ISU Alumni Association's 85th Honors & Awards Ceremony. Alumna Kate Schwennsen (BA 1978 / MArch 1980 Architecture), FAIA, professor and director of the Clemson University School of Architecture in Clemson, South Carolina, will receive the 2016 Christian Petersen Design Award. Alumna Lynn M. Ross (BS 1999 Community & Regional Planning) will receive the 2016 Outstanding Young Alumni Award from the ISU Alumni Association.
Olivia Valentine, assistant professor of art and visual culture, will talk about three recent collaborations: "Dailies" with Holly Murkerson, a book project covering six months of correspondence via cell phone cameras; "Between Systems and Grounds," a sound and performance project with Paula Matthusen, and "Metropoliz Future Forest," a landscape intervention and drawing with Firat Erdim, assistant professor of architecture, and Commonstudio in Rome, Italy.
Informal brown-bag session sponsored by the College of Design and the Institute for Design Research and Outreach. Cookies provided.
Reception honoring College of Design alumni who will receive awards from the college and the university during Homecoming at the ISU Alumni Association's 85th Honors & Awards Ceremony. Remarks by Dean Luis Rico-Gutierrez at 6:30 p.m. Enjoy hors d'oeurves and a complimentary bar and greet our awardees: Christian Petersen Design Award recipient Kate Schwennsen (BA 1978 / MArch 1980 Architecture), former professor of architecture and associate dean of the College of Design; Design Achievement Award recipients Michael Braley (BFA 1993 Graphic Design), Thomas R. Gerend (BS 2000 Community & Regional Planning) and Matt Ostanik (BArch 2001 Architecture / MBA 2009 Business Administration); and Outstanding Young Alumni Award recipient Lynn M. Ross (BS 1999 Community & Regional Planning).
Iowa State alumnus Michael Braley (BFA 1993 Graphic Design), creative director of Braley Design in Lexington, Kentucky, will share "mostly true tales from Iowa State 1989-93 and the true path that followed." He will receive a 2016 Design Achievement Award from the College of Design Friday, Oct. 28, at the ISU Alumni Association's 85th Honors & Awards Ceremony.
James Timberlake, FAIA, partner in KieranTimberlake, Philadelphia, will present the 2016 Curt F. Dale Guest Lecture in Architecture. Timberlake's presentation, "Ortlieb's!", will begin at 5:30 p.m. in Kocimski Auditorium, 101 College of Design. Part of the 2016-17 ISU Department of Architecture Lecture Series, his talk is free and open to the public.
Students in the first-year Core Design Program are encouraged to attend the College of Design Program Night from 5:15 to 7:00 p.m. October 25, 2016. Representatives from each of our degree programs will be available to talk about their programs and answer your questions to help you decide what areas you want to apply to at the end of the academic year. Flyers with a map of locations for all programs will be hung around the building.
A Memorial Mass for Carlota Gutierrez, who had been a staff member of the Design Reading Room for 28 years, will be celebrated at 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, at St. Cecilia Catholic Church. All are invited to the mass and to the meal following in the St. Cecilia Social Hall.
Do you plan to hire employees on sponsored project funds? Jenn Wiederin, HR liaison with the Colleges of Design and Business, will discuss when and how to start the hiring process for P&S staff, post-docs, graduate and undergraduate students supported on grant funds; how to "on-board" new employess; your managerial responsibilities and much more.
Open to faculty and staff from all colleges, the IDRO Friday Research Seminar is a brown-bag lunch session sponsored by the Institute for Design Research and Outreach. Cookies provided.
Terry Rothrock will speak about his career creating large-scale ceramic work for television and film sets and the decorator-designer industry.
Join Career Services and the Multicultural Liaison Office for a career planning seminar on how to start planning for your future. Learn more about career services, job opportunities and internships. Have a plan and be ready!
Agenda will be posted in college's weekly update published on Mondays.
Annual College of Design open house for first-year students and their families in conjunction with Cyclone Family Weekend. This is an opportunity for parents and family members to meet students' instructors and academic advisers and see the college facilities. The DSN S 102 and 131 studios will be open to view. A brief program will begin at 10:30 a.m. Refreshments will be served.
Whether with chisel, cast shadow, sprayed ink or the pull of gravity, architecture Assistant Professor Fırat Erdim's research investigates the intersection of projection, place and materiality to question axioms of architectural imagination and construction. Of the two projects he will present, the first is a cartographic project utilizing walking as a means of unfolding the relationship between monuments and their civic territories, in Segovia, Spain, and Rome, Italy. The second is a collaborative project for a garden of ecological successions at the Museum of the Other and the Elsewhere of Metropoliz, a community occupying a former salami factory on the edges of Rome.
Bring your laptop for this hands-on training to learn how to strategically use the Pivot research funding database. Using your own Pivot account, you will learn how to identify and connect with public and private funding opportunities and send funding alerts to your email. No previous Pivot experience necessary to participate in this training, but you will need to sign up for a Pivot account prior to the event.
Sponsored by the Office of the VPR and the Grants Hub.
Join us for Caramel Apples! Apples will be served sliced in a bowl with homemade caramel sauce and toppings. Proceeds will go the College of Design's United Way campaign.
Join Balaji Narasimhan, professor of chemical and biological engineering, to learn the who, what, where, when and why of using unfunded agreements as a stepping stone to industry research partnerships. This seminar is targetd toward faculty members and students approaching the end of graduate school. Lunch will be provided. Register online (free) through Learn@ISU.
Join art and visual culture Professor Ingrid Lilligren and Assistant Professor Emily Morgan along with Jen Coppoc, lecturer in English and American Indian Studies, for a conversation on race, gender and the multi-layered meanings in the art of Josiah Wedgewood and J.J. Kandler's Meissen porcelain and Lilligren's response, which are all included in the Inspired By... exhibition on view at the Brunnier Art Museum.
Join Nancy Gebhart, visual literacy and learning educator with ISU University Museums, for a gallery talk on the Parks Library's Grant Wood murals "When Tillage Begins" and "Other Arts Follow," which served as inspiration for the work in the Common Threads III exhibition by Catherine Reinhart and Allison Wegren Metzger on display in the College of Design's Design on Main Gallery in downtown Ames.
Jillian Walliss and Heike Rahmann, co-authors of Landscape Architecture and Digital Technologies: Re-Conceptualising Design and Making (Routledge, 2016), will speak about the book and their work in this lecture, part of the ISU Department of Landscape Architecture Lecture Series. They will also lead a workshop from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, in room 416 Design, for landscape architecture students and anyone interested in learning about new practices related to landscape and environmental design.
The National Historic Preservation Act was signed into law on Oct. 15, 1966, and 50 years later is still the most extensive preservation legislation ever enacted in the United States. The NHPA created the National Register of Historic Places, the list of National Historic Landmarks, and the State Historic Preservation Offices. Eight sites on the ISU campus alone are listed in the National Register of Historic Places, including the Farm House Museum and the Christian Petersen Courtyard in the Food Sciences Building.
Ted Grevstad-Nordbrock, assistant professor of community and regional planning, will discuss the significance of this act and the impact it has on the contemporary application of historic preservation initiatives.
Workshops will be held the first Wednesday of the month in October, November and December 2016 from 6 to 7 p.m. in 130 Design. Today's workshop will provide an overview of the college's enrollment-managed application process, and students who have successfully completed the process will be on hand to answer questions.
College of Design faculty and staff are invited to participate in a Design Research Networking Social on "Smart Cities" — what they are, should be and should not be, how to connect your research to the topic, how Design matters and what interdisciplinary research is needed for smart, sustainable urban development.
A memorial service celebrating the life of Carlota Gutierrez, who had been a Design Reading Room staff member for the past 28 years, will include a program beginning at 5:30 p.m. Family, friends, students and faculty are invited to join us to share their memories of Carlota. Refreshments will be served.
A tribute also is being planned for the College of Design's annual Awards Day ceremony in April, when the Carlota Dubon Gutierrez Latina Scholarship will be awarded to a deserving student. Additional ways to honor Carlota are being planned.
The ISU StartUp Factory is accepting applications for its second cohort through Friday, Oct. 21. This 52-week intensive program, housed at the ISU Research Park, provides an avenue for students, faculty and staff to create businesses. The new cohort is slated to begin Jan. 3, 2017. Entrepreneurs in the ISU StartUp Factory receive formal training, resources and access to a network of business mentors, advisers, counselors and investors. For those interested in being involved, an Opportunity and Learning Session will be from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3, in room 1200A Economic Development Core Facility at 1805 Collaboration Pl., Ames.
Agenda will be posted in the college's weekly update published every Monday.
Opening reception for Common Threads III, a collaborative exhibition by local fiber artist and ISU alumna Catherine Reinhart and Minnesota printmaker and fiber artist Allison Wegren Metzger, on display Oct. 1-31 at the Iowa State University Design on Main Gallery, 203 Main St., Ames.
FPDA applications approved by your department chair are due to the dean's office. More information on the application process is available at www.provost.iastate.edu/faculty-and-staff-resources/development/fpda.
Meet Ames artists Matthew Corones, who received a Master of Fine Arts in integrated visual arts from Iowa State in 2012, and Jennifer Drinkwater, assistant professor of art and visual culture and ISU Extension and Outreach community art specialist, and view their recent work on display in two solo exhibitions—Matthew Corones: Hyperreal Spectacular and Jennifer Drinkwater: Recent Work—at the Memorial Union.
Join Kerry Agnitsch, interim director of the Office of Responsible Research, for this seminar on topics such as determining when IRB approval is required, how to seek IRB approval and what the IRB looks for when reviewing research. Tips on how to smoothly navigate the IRB approval process also will be covered. Substantial time will be allowed for Q&A. Please bring your questions.
All College of Design graduate students are welcome!
Peggy Deamer is the principal of Deamer Architects and a professor of architecture at Yale University.
University-wide awards will be presented to faculty and staff. A reception will follow.
Devanshi Mehta, GIS certificate candidate, community and regional planning
It's Not Neither: Scale and Consequence in Braille Installations, an exhibition of work by Ingrid Lilligren, professor and chair of the ISU Department of Art and Visual Culture, will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the 46th Annual Octagon Art Festival in downtown Ames.
College of Design students and faculty are invited to a launch party for DATUM (Student Journal of Architecture) No. 7, "Absence," directly following the AIA Iowa Convention in Des Moines. Drinks and snacks will be catered by Malo.
See yourself at Iowa State University’s College of Design. Attend our Prospective Undergraduate Open House to tour our facilities, meet students and faculty, visit classes and explore our majors. Register now. If you have any questions, please email Jennifer Anderson, our marketing and recruitment coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attending the AIA Iowa Convention in Des Moines? Join INVISION Architecture for a student lunch with Pizza & Ping Pong at 303 Watson Powell Jr. Pkwy, Suite 200, across the street from Hy-Vee Hall. Please use the South entrance and take the elevator to the second floor.
Join Ted Grevstad-Nordbrock, assistant professor of community and regional planning, to learn more about an emerging initiative in the College of Design: the Department of State Cultural Heritage Documentation Project. This project will introduce Iowa State students to historic diplomatic properties around the world and challenge them to find creative planning, interpretation and adaptive reuse solutions. The inaugural project involving Eero Saarinen's London chancery and the hyper-gentrified Grosvenor Square district will be discussed.
We are confronted today with rising energy consumption that contributes to the greenhouse effect and global climate change. The principal tasks of planning are problem recognition, problem definition, the drafting of possible solutions and the establishing of a course of action. Energy-related spatial models and simulations can contribute significantly to these tasks and support participatory planning through technology like 3D visualization. In this lecture, architect and planner Claudia Yamu will discuss some of these emerging solutions.
Part of the 2016-2017 Contemporary Issues in Planning and Design Lecture Series, Yamu's lecture is cosponsored by the College of Design and Departments of Community and Regional Planning and Architecture.
Design Council will hold its first general meeting from 5 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22, in room 416 Design. Join us for our kickoff meeting for the year, where we will discuss ongoing projects, open positions and other things happening in the College of Design.
If you have any questions, see our Facebook page.
Illustrator Chuck Richards, professor of art and visual culture, has created a wordless sequential narrative drawing that's currently part of the exhibition "Inspired By..." at the Brunnier Art Museum. Taking his inspiration from drawings by Christian Petersen, Richards went on a campus journey to several of Petersen's sculptures, including those in the Microscopy and NanoImaging Facility (MNIF) and the Carillon Tower, among other locations.
Learn more about his creative process and the research involved as well as view microscopic specimens and hear highlights from Assistant Professor Tracey Stewart about the work at MNIF. Part of the "Inspired By..." exhibition programming.
Stop by and buy a treat, and the volunteers staffing the bake sale table may just talk like a pirate for International Talk Like a Pirate Day! Proceeds go toward the College of Design's $13,200 United Way of Story County campaign goal.
Eulanda A. Sanders, the Donna R. Danielson Professor of Textiles and Clothing in apparel, merchandising and design, and Cindy Gould, associate professor of art and visual culture, will give a slide-illustrated talk about their collaborative design process followed by a hands-on tassel-making workshop. All ages welcome. Tassel-making materials provided. Part of the Inspired By... exhibition programming.
The College of Design will host the first "Expanding Diversity Perspectives" curriculum development workshop to address pedagogical strategies that foster appreciation for and commitment to honoring diversity, equity and inclusion within and beyond the classroom and design studio. The workshop will be led by Geneva Gay, professor of education at the University of Washington-Seattle, who is internationally known for her scholarship on multicultural education and culturally responsive teaching.
The workshop is intended to increase understanding of the importance of addressing issues of diversity, equity and inclusion in the education and professional preparation of College of Design students; expand knowledge of effective strategies for building community and equity within the classroom/studio; and increase integration of the contributions of diverse groups and pluralistic perspectives in course content, class assignments and studio projects.
The workshop will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, in the Christian Petersen Art Museum, 1017 Morrill Hall. Building on her Friday evening lecture, Dr. Gay will detail the practice of culturally responsive teaching and guide faculty in generating ideas for the courses they teach. To register, email Mark Chidister, email@example.com, by 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2.
The workshop is cosponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, the College of Design Office of the Dean and University Museums.
The College of Design will host "Expanding Diversity Perspectives: A Curriculum Workshop" in September. Geneva Gay, professor of education at the University of Washington-Seattle, will present a public lecture titled "Culturally Responsive Teaching" at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 16, in 130 Design, and facilitate a curriculum development workshop with faculty members from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17. The lecture is free and open to the public. To register for the workshop, email Mark Chidister, firstname.lastname@example.org, by 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2.
Join Smita Srinivas for this seminar and explore potential research collaborations on historical and current aspects of agriculture-manufacturing changes on different locations around the world.
Srinivas is the head of the School for Economic Development at the Indian Institute for Human Settlements. She is also the director of the Technological Change Lab (TCLab), formerly based at Columbia University, New York, an international research program that focuses on the integration of economic theory and development practice. She holds a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a specialization in economic development and industrial policies.
President Steven Leath will introduce Iowa State's FY2017-2022 Strategic Plan and outline his priorities for this academic year. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and light refreshments will be served following the address. Live video streaming of the event will be available at www.president.iastate.edu.
Reception for It's Not Neither: Scale and consequence in Braille installations, an exhibition of work by Ingrid Lilligren, professor and chair of the ISU Department of Art and Visual Culture. A reception and gallery talk will be Sunday, September 11, 2–5 p.m. at Design on Main's gallery.
Join students and faculty from the Departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture who spent spring semester 2016 in Italy with the College of Design Rome Program for a reception celebrating their work on display in the Mura Aureliane / WallWalk exhibition in Gallery 181. The reception follows the Architecture Premiere 16 student awards ceremony and the Charles E. "Chick" Herbert Lecture by Ray Calabro, FAIA. All events are free and open to the public.
Ray Calabro, FAIA, a principal with the award-winning design firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (BCJ) in Seattle, Wash., will present "Humane Modernism: The Architecture of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson" at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9, in Kocimski Auditorium. The 2016 Charles E. "Chick" Herbert Lecture in Architecture, Calabro's talk is part of Architecture Premiere 16, the annual celebration of the new academic year in the ISU Department of Architecture.
The Department of Architecture's annual fall kick-off celebration includes a student scholarship and awards ceremony and introduction of the Class of 2021 (it's a five-year program), faculty and Architecture Advisory Council members. Ceremony to be followed by the Charles E. "Chick" Herbert Lecture in Architecture by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson's Ray Calabro, also in Kocimski Auditorium, and a reception for the Rome Program Spring 2016 exhibition, Mura Aureliane / WallWalk, in Gallery 181.
Iowa State University is considering requesting Board of Regents approval for a tiered tuition structure that establishes higher tuition for all upper-division undergraduate students (juniors and seniors).
Design Council invites all students in the College of Design to a town hall meeting with peers, staff and administrators to develop a College of Design students’ position statement regarding this proposal. We have asked Dean Luis Rico-Gutierrez to attend and present information that can inform our conversation.
Simone Capra, a registered architect in Italy and an architecture instructor for the Iowa State University College of Design Rome Program, will present "Looking at the World to Produce Innovation: Every Time is (Almost) the First Time" at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7, in the college's Kocimski Auditorium. The talk is free and open to the public.
Unwind after the first week of the semester and take in the new exhibitions at the Brunnier Art Museum while enjoying happy hour drinks and conversation. Twelve faculty artists from the Department of Art and Visual Culture and collaborators who contributed to the new exhibition "Inspired By..." will be present and talk about their partnerships. Cash bar.
New and returning graduate and undergraduate students are invited to celebrate the start of a new academic year and learn more about resources on campus at the College of Design's multicultural and international welcome reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 31, in the Beckman Forum, lower level of the King Pavilion. Refreshments will be served. To RSVP, email Audrey Kennis, email@example.com
Dedication and ribbon cutting for the Bishop Family Shelter at the Dunlap Park Arboretum in Urbandale, Iowa, designed and constructed by architecture faculty members Shelby Doyle and Rob Whitehead and eight architecture graduate students in the summer 2016 ARCH 581 Service-Learning design-build studio.
Faculty and staff are invited to this annual reception celebrating the start of a new academic year in the ISU College of Design. New faculty and staff members joining the college this fall will be introduced.
Five students majoring in biological/pre-medical illustration, integrated studio arts, integrated visual arts and industrial design will record their impressions of the diversity and excitement that make the Iowa State Fair memorable and share their work at this year's event. These "Artists Next Door" will sketch the activities around them and talk with visitors about the artistic process.
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 12-18, two student artists per day will set up easels at different locations at the fairgrounds. Today's locations are Anne and Bill Riley Stage and Elwell Family Food Center, Judging Rooms 1-4 (see news release for events/times).
Each day's work will be presented as part of Iowa State's exhibit on a wall in the Bruce L. Rastetter 4-H Exhibits Building.
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 12-18, two student artists per day will set up easels at different locations at the fairgrounds. Today's locations are Anne and Bill Riley Stage, Grand Concourse and the Richard O. Jacobson Exhibition Center (see news release for events/times).
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 12-18, two student artists per day will set up easels at different locations at the fairgrounds. Today's locations are Farm Bureau Pioneer Hall, Expo Hill and the Midway (see news release for events/times).
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 12-18, two student artists per day will set up easels at different locations at the fairgrounds. Today's locations are Richard O. Jacobson Exhibition Center and Bob and Deb Pulver Outdoor Arena (see news release for events/times).
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 12-18, two student artists per day will set up easels at different locations at the fairgrounds. Today's locations are Bruce L. Rastetter 4-H Exhibits Building and Pigeon/Poultry/Rabbit Building ((see news release for events/times).
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 12-18, two student artists per day will set up easels at different locations at the fairgrounds. Today's locations are John Deere Agriculture Building and Farm Bureau Pioneer Hall (see news release for events/times).
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 12-18, two student artists per day will set up easels at different locations at the fairgrounds. Today's locations are Elwell Family Food Center, Judging Rooms 1-4; and the Classic Car Display on the Grand Concourse (see news release for events/times).
Opening reception for the College of Design's Flux Pavilion at the 80/35 Music Festival in Des Moines, 6 - 9 p.m. Friday, July 8, in Western Gateway Park across 13th Street from Proof Restaurant (in the free public area of the festival).
Designed and built by 16 students majoring in architecture, industrial design and interior design as part of an interdisciplinary spring option studio taught by Assistant Professor and Daniel J. Huberty Faculty Fellow in Architecture Shelby Doyle, the Flux Pavilion is a light-reactive structure that glows in response to the surrounding music and augments the festival atmosphere. The 10-by-20-foot pavilion visually engages the crowd and provides shade, seating and a sensory experience that blends design, music, light and color.
Made from plywood boxes and Tyvek skin, the pavilion was designed entirely on the computer, with 6,500 pieces cut on a CNC router and assembled by hand via a tab-and-groove system. LED strips installed between the Tyvek walls are programmed by microcontrollers set to respond to sound, so the lights change color with the beat of the music played at the festival.
Stop by to meet Professor Doyle and the students and learn more about how they developed the project, and experience the pavilion for yourself! Admission to the pavilion and reception is free.
Special Thanks to Our Sponsors
OPN Architects, Fieldstead & Company Endowment for Community Enhancement, Stan G. Thurston Professorship in Design Build, ISU College of Design, ISU Department of Architecture, Des Moines Music Coalition 80/35 Music Festival