Inside Iowa State
Dec. 10, 2004
The Faculty Senate on Dec. 7 approved a proposal to combine the colleges of Education and Family and Consumer Sciences.
Some like the policy for non-tenure-eligible faculty. Others say there's room to improve.
Low carbs will be out. Foods with a story will be in. ISU experts offer these predictions and more for 2005.
A consultant will recommend a merger of public radio operations at the three regent universities.
An estimated 1,749 students will receive degrees from Iowa State next weekend.
"Multicultural Student Affairs" is the new name for the former Office of Minority Student Affairs.
P&S Council recently endorsed the proposal to combine the Education and FCS colleges.
Do you know where photographer Bob Elbert found this timely spot?
Two groups created in the wake of Veishea disturbances have submitted reports.
The Memorial Union has been aglow since Dec. 1, courtesy of the student-lead Winterfest.
ISU students are part of a pilot project that combines science education with civic challenges.
There's a slight chance of interruptions on part of the campus network Jan. 3.
Promising newcomers have helped the Cyclone basketball team to a 4-1 start.
Students in ISU learning communities have higher retention and graduation rates than their classmates.
Regents to consider universities' consolidation proposals.
Arts and Events
The Cyclone football team will face Miami University (Ohio) in the Dec. 28 Independence Bowl.
Many Iowa Staters play in the Des Moines Symphony.
Joyce Hanson, Eric Hoiberg.
Michelle King, Laura Doering, Chris Ahoy, L.K. Doraiswamy, Richard Seagrave, Kris Phelps, Margaret Graham, Dorothy Winsor, Helen Ewald, Robert Vann, Cornelia Flora, Corly Brooke, Pam Milloy, Jim Twetten, Steve Fales, Jeff Wolt, Palle Pedersen, Alfred Blackmer, and the animal science equine program.
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