Events for Monday, October 23rd 2017
In our always-on age of mobile technology and social media, it’s easy to feel constantly in demand, especially by our students. Managing an avalanche of emails, texts, and tweets can be daunting. Explore the latest research on student expectations about communication with faculty, discuss strategies for managing both expectations and actual messages, and share best…
Find answers to your questions about Peace Corps with our campus recruiter during his office hours on Mon and Thurs.
Take a break during the workday to experience the traditional practice of hatha yoga. This class is open to people of all levels of practice.
OISP invites faculty and staff members to attend an appreciation reception to recognize faculty and staff contributions to the internationalization of ISU. Lunch with be provided. Please RSVP to Dr. Yimin Wang.
The Means Center for Entrepreneurial Studies – College of Business will hold its Fall 2017 Advisory Board meeting on October 23, 2017. Meeting will be held in theMeans Center for Entrepreneurial Studies offices – SFHB 250 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm. For more information, please contact the Means Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at (309) 438-2994
The Professional Sales Institute is proud to host one of the top-rated sales career fairs in the country. Held during the fall and spring semesters each year. With this special-focus, Sales Career Fair brings over 35 companies interested in hiring sales professionals. Participate in the Fall 2017 Sales Careers Job & Internship Fair to be…
Explore the historic Ewing Manor with trained docents to guide you through three floors of this wonderful venue.
Shown to improve strength, neuromuscular force control, and balance. This series of classes will focus on seven forms of T’ai Chi. No charge for ISU participants, but registration is required.
Drop-in writing assistance with tutors from the Julia N. Visor Academic Center is available at Milner Library.
Inaugural Welcome by Dr. Barbara Ribbens followed by Panel Discussion involving 4 MBA students from different countries. Students will talk about business practices, business environment, national culture etc. in their own countries. This event will be followed by an international food tasting in the State Farm Hall of Business Atrium at 7:30 p.m.
For additional information contact Dr. Tim Fredstrom (309)438-5174
International Education Week: Mennonite College of Nursing Lecture – Why Participate in Trans-cultural/International Immersion Experiences, especially as a Nurse?
Two Mennonite College of Nursing faculty have had a long-standing passion for trans-cultural experiences. Wendy Mann Woith, PhD, RN, FAAN and Lynn Kennell, MS, RN will share their journeys in exploring various health care delivery systems around the world, participating in service learning, educational, and research-oriented experiences in India, Brazil, and Russia. Learn about MCN’s…