Events for September 2020
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Tuesday, September 8th
Students will learn the value of transferable skills and how to integrate them into resumes and interviews.
Thursday, September 10th
Dr. Lance Lippert, a professor in the School of Communication, will present his research on ISU's political climate during a free virtual event on Thursday, September 10, from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. Following Lippert’s presentation, a panel of University administrators, faculty, and students will comment on the findings and share their thoughts on the University’s political climate. Attendees will also be invited to join break out discussions to further explore experiences and strategies.
Friday, September 11th
Dr. Maria Schmeeckle Dr. Maria Schmeeckle will be presenting her research on childhood rebellion, "Rebels with a cause: Understanding children’s rebellion against parents". The first talk of the year for the Sociology and Anthropology Department Research Series will be held via Zoom on Friday, September 11. To attend the noon meeting, follow the Zoom link:…
Tuesday, September 15th
Attend this virtual fair to connect with employers with available internship opportunities.
Monday, September 21st
Attend this event to meet employers and find out about available career positions.
Thursday, September 24th
Saturday, September 26th
Big Astronomy or Astronomia a Gran Escala is a bilingual planetarium show that extends beyond the dome with web-based and hands-on resources. Explore world-class observatories, learn why Chile is an ideal environment for astronomy, and meet some of the diverse people who make discoveries in astronomy possible. Tune in to the 360° live streaming premiere…
Tuesday, September 29th
Join the College of Arts and Sciences as we recognize faculty, staff, and students who have won awards and scholarships.
Identify full-time employment opportunities, or just network with employers during this virtual fair.