Upcoming Events

Webinar: Service Learning: ethics, Parnterships, and Best Practices

Tuesday August 25, 2015 from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm in Meredith 207

RSVP to Maria Rohach at maria.rohach@drake.edu

 

Relays Downtown Street Painting

Wednesday April 22, 2015 from 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm on Court Ave.

Registration required (pdf).

Annual Events

DSMOVE
What
:Open streets event that spans from 23rd to 42nd Streets on University Ave.
Organizers: Des Moines Bicylce Collective
When: Last Sunday in September

Halloween Hoops 
What:
Family friendly trick-or-treat event for local Des Moines kids ages 2-12
Organizers: Law School Public Service Scholars
When: late October, 6-8pm at the Bell Center

Campus Giving Campaign
What: Annual Campaign to support the United Way and Iowa Shares
When: First two weeks in November

Poverty Simulation
What: 
The Poverty Simulation is meant to help sensitize participants to the struggles people in poverty face on a daily basis. We host two poverty simulations each year for College of Pharmacy P2 students.
When: early November

Adult Spelling Bee
What:
Annual fundraiser to support the Drake Adult Literacy Center
When: mid November 

National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week
When:
November 17-21

Holiday Food Basket Collection
What:
Faculty, staff and students collect non-perishable food items for Des Moines Community Action Agency
When: last two weeks in November and first week in December

Community Easter Egg Hunt
Organizers:Law School Public Service Scholars and the Christian Legal Society
What: A community Easter Egg Hunter for local Des Moines kids ages 2-12.
When: Saturday before Easter

Experiential Learning & Engaged Citizen Showcase
Organizers: The Experiential Learning Council
What: The Experiential Learning Council recognizes faculty, staff, students, and community partners who practice excellence in the area of experiential education. The Showcase is an opportuity for students to present and discuss their experiences and receive recognition for their work.
When: Mid April

Relays Downtown Street Painting
What: Downtown Street Painting allows business, nonprofit and community organizations to celebrate the Drake Relays and participate in the historic tradition of street painting. Businesses, non-profits and community organizations are invited to paint a sidewalk square on Court Avenue which will remain painted all year and be viewed by the thousands who enjoy the activities that take place downtown throughout the year.
When: Wednesday before Relays

University News
May 26, 2016
Drake University’s College of Business and Public Administration held its Graduation and Awards Celebration at West End Architectural Salvage for graduate students on Thursday, May 5.
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