Newsline | January 18, 2023
The Iowa Student Leadership Experience (ISLE) is a one-day leadership conference that brings students together to collaborate, engage, and practice meaningful leadership. ISLE is a collaboration between Iowa State University, the University of Northern Iowa, and the University of Iowa and is open to students from all three campuses.
If you are interested in:
- Gaining new leadership skills and insight
- Hearing new ideas to implement
- Networking and collaborating with campus leaders from three campuses
- Learning from dynamic presenters
Then this conference is for you!
Saturday, February 25 | 10am-5pm | University of Iowa
Registration is free and open to all Iowa State students. Free transportation will also be provided to and from the University of Iowa.
For more information and to register, go HERE.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don't forget to register your club for Spring ClubFest!
Wednesday, January 25 | 11:00am - 4:00pm | Great Hall, MU | Free
Spring ClubFest is a great opportunity for you to highlight your club and recruit new members as we begin the spring semester.
- Print Deadline: In order to be included on the printed maps that are handed out during ClubFest, your organization's registration must be received no later than Friday, January 20
- Final Registration Deadline: Club Registration will fully close at noon on Tuesday, January 24.
Questions? Contact email@example.com.
There's Still Time to Register for Social Justice Summit
The Social Justice Summit, now in its twelfth year, is an event designed for ISU students to develop advocates and activists for addressing global injustice. This day-long workshop will give you the chance to learn more about yourself, engage in discussion with other students on various issues, and create strategies for implementing social change!
The 2023 Social Justice Summit: Everyday Tools for Social Justice will be held Saturday, January 28, 2023. This conference will feature three different types of breakout sessions:
"Me" sessions will focus on equipping students with tools and knowledge on where they are in their own social justice journey.
"We" sessions will focus on social justice as it relates to community.
"Us" sessions focus on all participants of the conference and their learning together.
*Registration is free and open to Iowa State University students only. Includes a free lunch.
Go HERE to register!
Have questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resources and Opportunities for Organizations and Officers
Iowa State’s Office of Sustainability is incredibly excited to invite student organizations
supporting sustainability (environmental, economic and social) through goals, mission and
initiatives to table at this year’s Sustainapalooza, the companion event to the Symposium on
Sustainability, taking place on February 21, from 5 - 8 p.m., in the Great Hall of the Memorial
Union. Collectively, the Symposium and Sustainapalooza bring together students, faculty and
staff toward honoring our collective campus sustainability commitment. The theme of this year’s
event, “The Urgency is NOW,” is a reminder to students, faculty and staff that now is the time to
take sustainable actions to ensure a healthy future for all.
Sustainapalooza offers the opportunity for increasing awareness of your organization's activities
and initiatives, as well as recruiting new members or volunteers and marketing upcoming events.
Taking part is easy! The Live Green! Team will provide tables, chairs, event marketing and also
the opportunity for attendees to earn prizes through visiting tabling organizations.
Tabling space is limited! Reserve your tabling space now by registering HERE! Registration will
be open until all table spaces are reserved or Tuesday, February 7, whichever comes first.
We look forward to showcasing the outstanding commitment to sustainability and a sustainable
future by our student organizations! Email Event Coordinators, Haley Wegener
email@example.com or Haylie Moore firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions and more
Check out our Facebook event page for more information about the event!
Sherry Boschert, the award-winning journalist and author of “37 Words: Title IX and Fifty Years of Fighting Sex Discrimination,” will visit Iowa State University on Tuesday, Feb. 7 as the 2023 Mary Louise Smith Chair in Women and Politics. Her book – and lecture – is named for the first 37 words of Title IX, the 1972 federal legislation that prohibits sex discrimination in federally funded education: “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.”
Visit the Lectures Series website for more information about the event.
In order to best serve the needs of our ISU students and campus partners, we will be making the following price updates to our flyer distribution service effective July 1, 2023. We will be increasing the price of this advertising service to $40, a $10 increase from years prior. This increase ensures we can provide high quality and cost-effective advertising services for student organizations while managing rising overhead costs. As always, we are committed to providing top notch customer service when students chose the Memorial Union for their advertising needs. Flyer distribution is just one of the many low cost marketing resources that are available to all student organizations.
For questions about the above changes or information regarding MU marketing resources, please email email@example.com. We appreciate your continued support!
SPRING 2023 - ISU Dining FUNDRAISING
We are looking for local, civic, community, school, campus student groups, and other non-profit organizations who would like to fundraise for their organizations. ISU Dining is offering fundraising opportunities to any non-profit organizations interested in earning extra money for their organization. Interested groups may choose from the options below. Limited opportunities are available.
Expected duties might include serving meals, dining room service, dishwashing, and miscellaneous cleaning duties, no cooking. Each 3-hour shift would involve standing, lifting, and moving around.
Each of your group members will be earning $13 per hour for your organization. Groups would be assigned to one of our dining facilities.
- Bakery Location – Sunday 8 am – 11 am – agreements for this location are made by the month (February, March or April).
- Dining Locations - your group would help in a dining location on specified days. Time periods would be 10:30am-1:30pm, 11am-2pm or 4:15 pm- 8:15 pm.
Options: Seasons Marketplace – Lunch Monday-Friday 10:30-1:30, please commit by the month if possible
Union Drive Marketplace - choose Saturday OR Sunday - Saturday Lunch shifts 10:30-1:30 or Sunday Dinner shifts 4:15 pm – 8:15 pm, please commit by the months
Organize your group members/friends, etc. to assist your group and create a team. Each team would consist of one Team Leader and four members (5 total workers) for each date.
- A Team Leader must be present each day, two people may share the responsibility attending on different days during the event.
Team members may vary from day to day with four members in attendance for each day. Suggestion: ask members to work multiple days but explain they are not committing themselves to work every day.
- All Team Leaders and workers must be age 18 or older by date of the event.
- Team Leader must account for ALL completed forms for each member of the group (1-B, Liability Waiver, Safety Information Review) to be stored in the group folder in the manager’s office at all times.
- The Team Leaders will be responsible for their group members (ability to perform tasks, transportation, training, signed forms for each member, and supervision during the shift).
Please email Diane Schmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org to register your organization!
As a reminder, if you are planning an event that you want to promote to non-club members or the general public, you will need to complete the University Event Authorization process. You can find more information on Event Authorization HERE and in the University Event Authorization training available in the Student Organization Database.
Student organizations play an important role in college life and have a lasting impact on the University. Because of the nature of being a student sees you leave after graduating, much of the history of an organization can be lost or forgotten over time. The Iowa State University Archives invites student organizations to partner with us to help preserve your organization’s history, including especially its creation, development, priorities, and activities.
We value the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion. All organizations are welcome and part of the ISU legacy. We particularly welcome organizations of minoritized groups and activists who have often been left out, erased, or otherwise lack a sense of belonging in archives.
For more information on how to participate, please contact Greg Bailey, University Archivist, at email@example.com.