Inside Iowa State
August 26, 2005
"Phishing" schemes are the latest in the spammer's bag of tricks
A study group is pondering new budget models that would stimulate progress on the university's strategic plan.
Cy will make surprise visits on campus
Cyclone fans are urged to don their cardinal and gold on Fridays, as part of a pride-building campaign.
Undergrads in Biology 486 will take to canoes to collect lake samples.
The Exercise Clinic breaks down the "glitzy gym" barrier, says director Warren Franke.
Iowa State adopts three "best practices" for financial reporting.
Couple who created innovative children's play equipment receive Petersen Design Award.
Donna Lutz has been monitoring the Des Moines River quality since 1980.
A ceremonial beam signing will mark the site of a new student success center.
A new college emerged and Knapp-Storms came down in a busy summer.
On Sept. 1, the directors of two key research centers will begin reporting to the vice provost for research.
President Gregory Geoffroy and Kathy Geoffroy recently welcomed students during move-in at the residence halls.
Creating an ombuds office is among top Faculty Senate goals.
Employee training and pay study are on the P&S Council's "to-do" list.
Arts and Events
Local arts groups will preview the performing arts season in Ames Aug. 28.
Hotel Rwanda owner is among speakers in fall lecture series.
Dolls, prints and ceramics are on display at the Brunnier Art Museum.
Letha DeMoss, Jim Bloedel.