Learning is a lifetime process, not something that ends with graduation. The UI Alumni Association, along with various partners across campus, is committed to providing enrichment through Lifelong Learning programs. Each year, at events held in cities across Iowa, UI faculty and staff share their knowledge and experience with alumni and friends of the university. Topics range from health issues and current events to career development.
To ensure that you receive invitations to Lifelong Learning events in your area, please update your record at www.iowalum.com/update.
But Officer, I Have a Prescription: The Science and Implications of Drugged Driving
Monday, October 10, 2016
Impaired driving is a major safety hazard for drivers, passengers, and pedestrians. Driving is a complex act that requires clearheadedness, attentiveness, and the ability to react to a constantly changing environment. Join UI associate professor of pharmacy Gary Milavetz as he discusses how drugs impair drivers and how to evaluate the effects of drug-impaired driving.
Learn more and register by noon on Friday, October 7, by clicking here.
Corridor Fall Welcome Reception
Monday, October 17, 2016
Iowa's Creative Corridor presents the 2016 Fall Welcome Reception. Come enjoy hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar. Please also feel free to invite anyone you know who is new to the area.
Behind the Scenes of Iowa: UI Water Plant Tours
Thursday, October 30, 2016
The University of Iowa's Water Treatment Plant serves a dual purpose: Not only is it the prime water source for UI's academic buildings, medical campus, and residence halls, it's an important research facility for UI's environmental engineering program. Join us for a behind-the-scenes tour of this unique facility, where you'll learn how the campus' water is sourced, treated and distributed.
Learn more and register by clicking here.
The Personal Genome: The Past Revealed through Genetic Tests
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
Advances in human genetics over the past 30 years have enabled the emergence and growth of a "recreational genetics" marketplace. Maybe you have considered purchasing a DNA test yourself from one of the varied companies in this market. Join us to hear from Bryant McAllister, UI associate biology professor and associate chair for undergraduate education, who will illustrate the science underlying these genetic tests.
Learn more and register by noon on Tuesday, November 8, by clicking here.