Learn about Flood Control and Levees
Ms. Joy Rexshell, P. E., Lewis, Yockey & Brown, Inc.
Learn about the theories and practices of surveying. If weather permits, the class will go outside and do a small survey.
Learning at the Library
Julie Murphy and Anita Beaman, Milner Library
Come see how librarians use technology to help students learn. You will get hands-on experience and use tools that only librarians usually see.
Makin' Music with MIDI Pianos
Dr. Carlyn Moenus
Come use our digital piano lab; we'll show you how to create your own jazz improve, and you'll get to record yourself playing with our digital "band" during the session!
Movement as Science and Medicine using PEAT
Dr. Noelle Selkow, Dr. Margo Coleman and Dr. Deb Garrahy, ISU Kinesiology and Recreation
Have you ever wondered what bones and muscles look like while moving inside the body? Have you ever wondered how physical activity helps to make you healthy? Come for a hands-on demonstration with faculty and students in Physical Education and Athletic Training (PEAT).
My Chemistry Tool Belt
Catherine McDonald, ISU Chemistry
If all you have is a hammer then every problem is a nail. But what if it isn’t? Come explore the many tools you can use in your career and life.
Researching the Brain
Dr. Valeri Farmer-Dougan, ISU Psychology
The Social Media Revolution: Social Media for Professional Development
Ms. Allyson Corona and Michelle Ketcham, ISU Students
We will be discussing the many professional uses of social media outlets, specifically, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. There will be heavy usage of good/bad examples, videos, free discussion hands-on activities.
Julie Dowling, IMSA
Participants will discover the art and science of slimeology. Students will learn about the chemistry involved in making a variety of different types of slime.
Taking the “Eek!” Out of Economics: Fun Tricks and Tools for Understand our World
Dr. Sherrilyn Billger, ISU Economics
We will use some mathematics and some graphs to talk about economic “stuff” that we encounter every day. For example, why are so many women schoolteachers and not surgeons? Why are women’s haircuts more expensive than men’s? Bring your questions, and we’ll figure them out!
Women in Science and Math HERstory Quiz Game
Ms. Grace Foote Johns, and Ms. Kenzie Kelley, ISU Physics
Students play an information scavenger hunt game in teams while learning about women’s contributions to math, science, and computers. There is a “lightning round” with prizes. And students get to keep their women’s “herstory” quiz game resources, courtesy of the ISU Physics Department.