Inside Iowa State
April 1, 2005
The Study Abroad Center and International Students and Scholars program will become separate units.
Vice provost for Extension Stan Johnson has announced he will retire from Iowa State later this year.
President Gregory Geoffroy and Kathy Geoffroy joined arts festivities March 25.
Here's a look at the Pick-A-Prof web site, which is adding ISU to its roster.
HelpVan assists motorists with problems.
Iowa State's strategic plan was well received by the Board of Regents.
Igor Marjanovic uses postcards to inspire design students to look beyond stereotypes.
Proposed code changes would target riot-related misconduct at universities.
The spring Veishea celebration will return in 2006, President Geoffroy announced last week.
Memorial service for Max Wortman is April 17.
Students visit on Memorial Union terrace.
Here are tips for using the Medco prescription plan.
Parking deck will undergo minor repairs.
Here's your toughest quiz yet.
Horticulturists offer garden tips in TV segments shown in five states.
Computer scientist works on DNA puzzles.
Arts and Events
Textiles and clothing students will show their own creations in an April 16 fashion show.
Children's novel turned Broadway musical "The Secret Garden" comes to Fisher theater.
Week celebrates First Amendment and Greenlee School centennial.
Joyce Siepker, Bob Bernard, Ron Nabrotzky