Events

Week of April 19, 2015

Sunday, April 19

3:00pm

Presented by the School of Music

PROGRAM

1. Afro Blue (qüiro, Cuban)    
Mongo Santamaria

Matt Johnson, Jeff Miguel - flute, Ryan Wedoff, Genji Onishi

Riverside Recital Hall

Tuesday, April 21

(All day)

In 2011, Arabic-speaking people from Morocco to the Gulf states took to the streets in unprecedented protests, demanding the removal of entrenched despotic regimes and destroying Western assumptions about the inherent incompatibility of Arab cultures with the values of accountability, transparenc

Old Capitol
6:00pm

Moviegoers are invited to take a cinematic world tour this spring with Bijou Horizons, a new film series at FilmScene.

FilmScene
7:00pm

Learn about the personal and professional rewards of international outreach and service work through Peace Corps.

University Capitol Centre

Wednesday, April 22

(All day)

In 2011, Arabic-speaking people from Morocco to the Gulf states took to the streets in unprecedented protests, demanding the removal of entrenched despotic regimes and destroying Western assumptions about the inherent incompatibility of Arab cultures with the values of accountability, transparenc

Old Capitol
12:00pm

Did you know that your writing could help you get funding to go abroad? Join us to learn how to write winning essays at our weekly workshop!  Drop-ins welcome. Refreshments provided.

University Capitol Centre
Tags: student funding
12:30pm

Curious about study abroad but don't know how to start exploring your options? Come to this session for an overview of Tippie programs, as well as popular UI programs for business students, and get all your questions answered about study abroad.

Pappajohn Business Building

Thursday, April 23

(All day)

In 2011, Arabic-speaking people from Morocco to the Gulf states took to the streets in unprecedented protests, demanding the removal of entrenched despotic regimes and destroying Western assumptions about the inherent incompatibility of Arab cultures with the values of accountability, transparenc

Old Capitol

Friday, April 24

(All day)

In 2011, Arabic-speaking people from Morocco to the Gulf states took to the streets in unprecedented protests, demanding the removal of entrenched despotic regimes and destroying Western assumptions about the inherent incompatibility of Arab cultures with the values of accountability, transparenc

Old Capitol
8:00am

Immigration policy is a hot topic with the next presidential election fast approaching, and the various candidates' stance on it could well make or break a nomination for them.

Old Brick
12:00pm

The Coffee Breaks are back! Feel free to stop by and grab some light refreshments, coffee, or tea anytime. This is a time to also meet current AMS members and learn about some of our awesome initiatives planned this semester!

Medical Education Research Facility
12:30pm

The European Studies Group will continue its spring 2015 lecture series on Friday, April 24 at 12:30 p.m.

University Capitol Centre
3:00pm

This year marks the tenth year of exchanges between the University of Iowa and China Daily, China's largest English-language newspaper.

Adler Journalism and Mass Communication Building

Saturday, April 25

(All day)

In 2011, Arabic-speaking people from Morocco to the Gulf states took to the streets in unprecedented protests, demanding the removal of entrenched despotic regimes and destroying Western assumptions about the inherent incompatibility of Arab cultures with the values of accountability, transparenc

Old Capitol
2:00am

Grab your Tippie buddy and join us for a golf lesson at Finkbine Golf Course! Whether you're holding a club for the first time or looking to hone your skills for the summer, the professionals at Finkbine will get you in the "swing" of things! RSVP request will be sent to all buddies.

Finkbine Golf Club House
8:30pm

The Multicultural Formal is a collaborative effort which aims to promote diversity through a large-scale formal event between all student organizations on campus.

Iowa Memorial Union (IMU)

Sunday, April 26

(All day)

In 2011, Arabic-speaking people from Morocco to the Gulf states took to the streets in unprecedented protests, demanding the removal of entrenched despotic regimes and destroying Western assumptions about the inherent incompatibility of Arab cultures with the values of accountability, transparenc

Old Capitol