Inside Iowa State
March 11, 2005
The Preparing Future Faculty program has developed into a hybrid through its use of workshops, panel discussions and faculty mentors.
A campus artifact is anywhere from 600 million to billions of years old.
Administrators hope the current fiscal year is the "bottom of the curve" and the state will appropriate new money for the unviversity next year.
The Faculty Senate gave a lukewarm response to the idea of using Pick-a-Prof at Iowa State.
Ten people and a corporation will receive top alumni and friends awards during an April 8 ceremony.
A study shows African American youth are exposed to racism early and that strong community and family support can help blunt the negative impact of those experiences.
Iowa Staters reveal their secrets to help the Cyclones win.
Ricki Shine would like to see the freshman honors program student experience extended through graduation.
A new steam turbine will enable the university to meet all its electrical needs.
Children enjoy stories, do crafts and play at Reiman Gardens on Mommy and Me Mondays.
Don't be tied to the podium. Move around.
Medical claims under the ISU Plan come out of the unviersity's pocket.
Arts and Events
Day-long symposium looks at the culture of carnivals.
Hundreds of central Iowa students attended a school-time performance by Ladysmith Black Mambazo at Stephens.
Check out the events for the 34th American Indian Symposium.