Inside Iowa State
September 24, 2004
IT directors will chart path for Iowa State's technology future.
Strategic planning committee is at work on revised draft.
The Cyclone football marching band rehearses on the west side of campus. The band next performs at the Oct. 9 homecoming game.
A residence hall is named for the couple who housed black students in early 1900s.
A facility for growing plants that need containment is under construction near the Roy J. Carver Co-Laboratory.
Provost office changes reflect collaborative approach.
An electrical upgrade to Morrill Hall is under way, in anticipation of renovation of the 113-year-old building.
Faculty and staff will be honored during fall convocation Monday, Sept. 27. The program begins at 3 p.m. in the Memorial Union Sun Room. See awards.
Fall enrollment is 26,380, a a 3.65 percent decrease from fall 2003.
The regent universities would pledge reallocations for a promise of new state funds, under a plan recently OKed by the Board of Regents, State of Iowa.
Jacob Petrich uses light to clean up the meat supply.
The new Courtyard Cafe opens Sept. 27 in Lagomarcino Hall.
Forum goers discuss a name for proposed college.
Many offices competed in a spirit contest last week, as part of Family Weekend.
New tool helps hog producers make insurance decision.
O'Malley evaluates paw-paw potential as Iowa fruit crop. Barr-Melej looks at Chile's 70's counterculture.
Arts and Events
Ukrainian dancers on stage Oct. 2.
"Super Size Me" Morgan Spurlock will speak on campus Sept. 30.
One-woman play on Harriet Tubman Oct. 4.
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