Posted on September 20, 2017 at 12:00 AM by Jami Milne
A recent visit from the students of Leadership Studies (LD ST 270) to reACT Gallery located in Morrill Hall resulted in several video submission reactions. The videos will be on display within reACT Gallery through the end of this month and University Museums will continue to highlight submissions on our blog throughout the exhibition, open now through September 29.
Click on the links below to view the student video responses:
To submit your reACTion, via any medium, email Nancy Gebhart.
About reACT Gallery
The reACT Gallery is intended to be a safe and respectful place to express and explore reactions, opinions, and perspectives of national current event issues that are relevant to the ISU community. Presented in the Reiman Gallery of the Christian Petersen Art Museum at Morrill Hall, issues will be shown primarily in the form of an exhibition of fine visual arts and engagement opportunities that foster social relevance. Within each exhibition, space will be provide to InterACT in the moment and then for ACTion to take the exhibition content beyond the Gallery. Anyone in the ISU community can propose a topic for the ReACT Gallery at any time and are encouraged to add their voice to the discussion through partnering on upcoming exhibitions and through the InterACT space in the Gallery.
The reACT Gallery is presented by University Museums in partnership with the Offices of the Vice President for Research and the Senior Vice President for University Services.
About the Leadership Studies Program
The Leadership Studies Program is coordinated by the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics at Iowa State University.
The Leadership Studies Program is an interdisciplinary program designed for students in all majors, consisting of a 21-credit-hour leadership studies certificate and a 15-credit-hour leadership studies minor.
The program is designed for undergraduate students in all academic disciplines and colleges at Iowa State University who seek to develop their leadership skills. Building on university courses offered in a variety of academic disciplines, students completing either the certificate or minor gain a strong foundation and appropriate experience in leadership, communication and organizational theory.