Inside Iowa State
Oct. 22, 2004
Academic Success Center director Sharon McGuire says every employee on campus can help students succeed.
The second draft of the strategic plan will be discussed at an Oct. 28 open forum. Written comments on the draft are due Oct. 29.
A planning committee issues a report on the possible combination of the colleges of Family and Consumer Sciences and Education.
Issues for lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender staff are the focus of the President's Forum on Diversity Nov. 2.
Political scientists see bright future in public policy program.
Fourteen student retention projects receive grants.
Enrollment for merit staff benefits plans ends Nov. 15.
Martin Hall tours are part of Nov. 5 dedication.
Plans to build a new alumni center are moving forward.
Caroline Turner, an expert on recruiting diverse faculty will speak Oct. 29.
Morrill fund raising goal met; site work under way.
Staff who once worked in Morrill Hall have stories to tell.
A consultant has released a preliminary report on the results of a campus climate survey.
The World Food Prize winner recently met with students in the president's leadership class.
Technology could quiet the dental drill and more.
AccessPlus can help instructors learn the names of students in their classes.
President Gregory Geoffroy says a regents proposal seeking additional state money presents "good opportunities."
Arts and Events
Brad Shrader will discuss "Business Ethics After Enron" in the Oct. 27 Presidential Lecture.
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