Inside Iowa State
Feb. 25, 2005
Officials are finishing budget priorities while awaiting a funding decision from the Iowa Legislature.
A panel of students recently shared their ideas about good learning experiences and good teachers.
Turner Classic Movies' line-up in March is based on Jay Newell's research on product promotions in movies.
Work groups have developed numerous ideas for improving the campus climate.
ISU alumna Bernice Watt compiled mountains of data on food nutrients over a long USDA career.
New discussion group for faculty parents will begin this spring.
Microbiologist Joan Cunnick takes a holistic approach to her work.
Filmmaker and diversity trainer Lee Mun Wah will speak at the Conference on Race and Ethnicity.
Beardshear Hall, completed in 1906, introduced Greco-Roman architecture to campus.
New layout for for Des Moines plant frees space, save $100,000.
Iowa's ag history includes sweet potatoes, onions.
Bob snapped this arch on central campus. But where?
Break up lectures with a change of pace.
Experts offer tips on deterring plagiarism.
Arts and Events
ISU Theatre's production of "Diary of Anne Frank" starts Feb. 25.
Steven Curtis Chapman, who recently picked up a fifth Grammy, will perform at Hilton March 4.
John Newton, Michelle Boettcher, Joe Detrick, Stephen Gaul, Kathleen Larson, Mike Owen, Jim Bolluyt.