Inside Iowa State
Oct. 7, 2005
Mark Huss, project manager
Planners preach (and practice) earth-friendly green design on new and old facilities.
The Alumni Association will break ground on a new facility Oct. 22.
This chicken crossed the road to remind campus drivers to yield.
As part of Family Weekend festivities, The Workspace is selling glazed clay tiles this week.
HR staff explain disability programs for ISU employees.
UCW chair Lauri Dusselier
In 2005, University Committee on Women still finds plenty of work.
Niki Davis collects two awards from President Geoffroy at convocation.
President Geoffroy calls for progress on the strategic plan and student recruitment in his fall convocation remarks.
Atul Kelkar's challenge: Controlling a space craft to Jupiter's moons.
ISU projects aim to keep the Air Force flying and help hog farmers find their niche.
UC-Davis' Judith Stern offered some ideas on America's weight problem in a recent talk.
High-containment plant-growth facility to be unveiled Oct. 19.
Ukrainian, ISU women's studies faculty partner to promote democracy.
Arts and Events
'Murderball' star and paralympics athlete Mark Zupan will speak Oct. 18. His talk is part of Disability Awareness Month.
William Foege, the man who helped eradicate smallpox, will give the Norman Borlaug lecture Oct. 17.
Young Kihl, Doug Bonett, Carol Chapelle, Philip Dixon, Mark Gordon and Jonathan Wendel.