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2019 Faculty Learning Community: SUSTAINABLE PEACE

Led by Christina Campbell, associate professor of food science and human nutrition This learning community will explore, learn and discuss the meaning of peace, particularly positive peace, in the context of teaching, research and outreach. Positive peace means living in a world that is just and sustainable, including access to food and clean drinking water, … Continue reading 2019 Faculty Learning Community: SUSTAINABLE PEACE

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2019 Faculty Learning Community: INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY ENGAGED COURSEWORK IN PERRY, IA

Led by Megan Jeanette Myers, assistant professor of world languages and cultures The purpose of this learning community is to foster conversations between cross-disciplinary faculty members who are conducting research projects and designing community-engaged courses in Perry, Iowa. Meeting times will be posted soon. Please contact the faculty leader Megan Jeanette Myers to learn more about … Continue reading 2019 Faculty Learning Community: INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY ENGAGED COURSEWORK IN PERRY, IA

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2019 Faculty Learning Community: WATER SCHOLARS PROGRAM

Led by Richard Cruse, professor of agronomy Water resource management issues touch all academic disciplines, making it a top priority for many interdisciplinary research teams. This learning community aims to banish the barriers between the arts and sciences to help campus researchers think creatively and work together to come up with novel water resources research. … Continue reading 2019 Faculty Learning Community: WATER SCHOLARS PROGRAM

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2019 Faculty Learning Community: THE CRISIS OF CONTEMPORANEITY

Led by April Eisman, associate professor of art and visual culture This learning community of interdisciplinary scholars will focus on some of the challenges that neoliberalism poses for the future of civilization, including current threats to democracy as well as the planet as a whole, and through readings and discussions explore possible alternatives to it. … Continue reading 2019 Faculty Learning Community: THE CRISIS OF CONTEMPORANEITY

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2019 Faculty Learning Community: AUGMENTED REALITY ENHANCING INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE AND SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING

Led by Shenglan Zhang, assistant professor of world languages and cultures This community seeks to share information related to the application, language and culture of augmented reality (AR), and also explore funding opportunities that enhance students’ intercultural communication skills and second language learning. Meeting times will be posted soon. Please contact the faculty leader Shenglan … Continue reading 2019 Faculty Learning Community: AUGMENTED REALITY ENHANCING INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE AND SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING

CEAH hosts Dr. Tracy Miller, associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Vanderbilt University for the 2019 Benson Lecture

  Professor shares research on intersection of medieval architecture, religion and design By Jared Coady, jared.coady@iowastatedaily.com Tracy Miller, associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Vanderbilt University, spoke Tuesday in the Sun Room in the Memorial Union. Titled “Rethinking Creativity: Generative Design in the Architecture of Medieval Chinese Buddhism,” the lecture provided … Continue reading CEAH hosts Dr. Tracy Miller, associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Vanderbilt University for the 2019 Benson Lecture

April 23, 2019, 8:00pm | Sun Room, Memorial Union
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Symposium on the History of Midwest Science and Technology supported by CEAH

Join CEAH for a two-day symposium on the history of science and technology in the midwest. Sixteen regional academics will present their research, including Emily Godbey (Iowa State University) on “Butter Sculpture and Refrigeration: The Midwest Combination of Art and Science,” Chris Deutsch (University of Missouri) “The Trouble with Muck: Cattle Feeding Experiments in the … Continue reading Symposium on the History of Midwest Science and Technology supported by CEAH

March 30-31, 2019, 8:00am-5:30pm | 606 Ross Hall Iowa State University
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Lunch & Learn: Funding Opportunities available through CEAH and how to write a successful proposal

Faculty in the arts, humanities and social sciences are invited to bring their lunches and learn about the unique internal funding opportunities available to them to further their research and scholarly goals. Hear from members of the faculty review team discuss what makes a successful application and how they evaluate submissions. You’ll get an overview … Continue reading Lunch & Learn: Funding Opportunities available through CEAH and how to write a successful proposal

October 30, 2018, 12:00-1:00pm | Memorial Union, Oak Room
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UPCOMING LECTURE: Studying the Fall of the Roman Empire with the Science of the Human Past with Michael McCormick

Studying the Fall of the Roman Empire with the Science of the Human Past – Michael McCormick Monday, October 22, 2018, 7pm Sun Room, Memorial Union Michael McCormick is the Francis Goelet Professor of Medieval History at Harvard University, Director in Cambridge of the Max Planck – Harvard Research Center for the Archaeoscience of the Ancient … Continue reading UPCOMING LECTURE: Studying the Fall of the Roman Empire with the Science of the Human Past with Michael McCormick

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CEAH Fall Reception

  Join us! The Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities would like to welcome back our faculty in the arts and humanities. Enjoy refreshments and a cash bar with your colleagues. Hear from faculty who were awarded funding from CEAH and how they used that funding to further their research and scholarship goals. … Continue reading CEAH Fall Reception

October 4, 2018, 5:00-7:00pm | Beardshear, 1st Floor Atrium