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Spring Fling Concert to Feature Jazz Transit

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (April 19, 2017)-Kirkwood Community College’s student jazz vocalists will take the stage this spring for a concert on April 21. Jazz Transit will present music from many well-known jazz composers in Ballantyne Auditorium starting at 7:30 p.m. Under the direction of Dr. Fred Kiser, Jazz Transit will perform works from Sharon Broadley, […]

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Core Ensemble to Perform at Annual Humanities Lecture

Chamber music theatre piece celebrates African American women CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (March 6, 2017)-On Thursday, March 9, at 11:15 a.m. the Core Ensemble will perform the chamber music theatre work Ain’t I a Woman! in Ballantyne Auditorium at Kirkwood Community College. Chamber Music Theatre is a unique performance format developed by the Core Ensemble featuring […]

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Lecture to Focus on Local Air Quality

Free program will feature results from local environmental research CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (March 3, 2017)-Kirkwood Community College will present its 45th Mel Oliven lecture on March 7 at 11:15 a.m. in Ballantyne Auditorium on Kirkwood’s main campus in Cedar Rapids. Dr. Elizabeth Stone, University of Iowa associate professor and founder of the Stone Research Group […]

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Oliven Lecture Highlights Preventing an Armageddon

Free program on March 8 features Dr. Bong Wie, Vance Coffman Faculty Chair of Aerospace Engineering at Iowa State University Kirkwood Community College will present its 44th Mel Oliven Lecture on March 8 at 11:15 a.m. in Ballantyne Auditorium on the Cedar Rapids main campus. Dr. Bong Wie, Vance Coffman Faculty Chair of Aerospace Engineering […]

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The Eagle5 for the Month of December 2015

A look at the top five news stories for Kirkwood Community College for December 2015.

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Unique Makers of our Evolutionary History

Connections forum highlights research on the natural history of human infectious disease Pathogens and parasites have evolved in intimate relationships with their human hosts, and have often played central roles in human population history. Notably, human pathogens evolve with surprising rapidity, quickly exploiting novel niche introduced by shifts in human behavior or ecology. Andrew Kitchen, […]

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