Inside Iowa State
May 20, 2005
Quasicrystal gurus, new students, their parents, world-class wrestlers, gifted youngsters and sports campers will populate Iowa State this summer.
The regents recently approved parking and residence rates and phase I for a new dairy facility.
This recent aerial shot shows much of the west side of campus fanning out from Lake LaVerne (lower right). Larger photo.
Dean of students Pete Englin will become director of residence on July 1.
P&S Council report suggests expansion of training programs.
Construction crews will begin work this month on the Morrill Hall renovation.
Seventy-one faculty members received promotion, tenure or both for 2005-06.
ISU Extension back on Locust Street Bridge for Des Moines Arts Festival.
Plant Sciences Institute funds seven projects that tackle challenges to agriculture and the plant bioscience industry.
Lots of moves are under way, after completion of first-phase renovations in Pearson and Carver halls.
Regents say supplemental tuition request a possibility.
Bob's latest mystery is this historic spot.
Storm Lake spruce-up gets an assist from ISU economists.
A 20-member committee, led by Design dean Mark Englebrecht will search for the next vice provost for Extension.
Jane Peterson, Bob Elbert, Barb McBreen, Michael Bugeja, Bill Koenig, Tom Glanville, James Dow, Amy Kaleita, Brian Steward, M. Douglas Kenealy, Joel Coats, William Edwards, Catherine Woteki, David Hunter, Gloria Erickson, Mark Hawley, Anne Krapfl, Pandora Lamar, Brian Meyer, Larry Patrick, Allan Schmidt, Susan Ziegenbusch, Chris Ahoy, Nick Christians, Mary Joyce VeVerka, Barb Osborn, Ben Chamberlain, Mimi Wagner, Cindy Frederickson, Steven Mickelson, Nancy Meredith, Thomas Greenbowe and Mark Ackermann.