Inside Iowa State
Jan. 15, 2005
Work is under way to combine two colleges in the College of Human Sciences.
A committee is developing action plans to improve the campus climate.
A nutritionist finds healthful meals in campus vending machines, food courts.
Three new restaurants recently opened in the Memorial Union.
Faculty Senate unanimously approved Iowa State's proposed strategic plan for 2005-2010.
The Professional and Scientific Council endorsed Iowa State's proposed strategic plan.
ISU wrestler Nate Gallick is ranked No. 1 nationally in three polls.
Crews cleared 16 inches of snow last week -- in time for start of classes.
Iowa's first TV anchorwoman, Carole Custer today leads university marketing
Coca-Cola vending machines on campus have been replaced with Pepsi or Dr. Pepper/7-Up machines under a new contract.
Ames Laboratory's contract has been extended for two years.
Student groups are collecting donations to aid tsunami disaster victims.
Research reveals global warming may be less severe in central U.S.
Don't write on the chalkboard while you talk.
Arts and Events
Gary Wells will discuss pioneering work on criminal lineups in the Presidential University Lecture Feb. 7
The St. Petersburg State Ballet Theatre will present Romeo and Juliet Jan. 27.
More than 500 orchids are on display in the Reiman Gardens conservatory.