The Academic and Cultural Events Series (ACES) contributes to the University’s mission by enriching the solid liberal arts foundation of the University, by enhancing the curriculum through experiential learning opportunities and, by promoting an awareness of the diversity of cultures and perspectives that exist in the global community.
Across Sudan, between 1987 and 1989, tens of thousands of young boys took flight from the massacres of Sudan's civil war. They became known as the Lost Boys. Alephonsion Deng one of the authors and lost boys will be on campus to talk about his experience and his book.
Jess Brown's presentation will cover fundamentals, history, and applications of biological drinking water treatment. This includes surface water (TOC, DBP precursors, T&O, Mn, etc.) and groundwater (nitrate, perchlorate, VOCs, hexavalent chromium) treatment.
Doreen's Jazz brings the best of New Orleans to every performance. This group travels the world giving exceptional presentations that tingle the senses with the many flavors of Traditional Jazz. Many of our tours include workshops in schools for students, (pre-school to college Doreen’s Jazz is experienced at putting on shows that make the audience go crazy with excitement. We not only entertain but also educate through music; the rich, historic and diverse culture of New Orleans.
For speaker or performance suggestions, booking inquiries or general information, contact:
Buena Vista University
610 W Fourth St. Box 2011
Storm Lake, IA 50588