Inside Iowa State
Nov. 18, 2005
John McCarthy, Penn State
Two researchers who've studied campus disturbances for more than two decades were among speakers at the ISU/Ames-sponsored national summit last week.
R. Bruce Thompson
Presidential lecturer R. Bruce Thompson will detail efforts to reduce structural failures in planes Nov. 29.
Grant proposals for projects to help put more ISU technology into the marketplace are due in colleges Dec. 1.
Protect your privacy on your wireless computer.
Senates discusses allowing temporary part-time appointments to allow for family care.
Susan Ravenscroft's academic journey resembled a game of "Chutes and Ladders."
Extended bid deadline pushes back decision on campus food service provider.
Know where photographer Bob spotted this crown?
Top administrators, supervisors to receive sexual harassment training.
Cyclone-opoly, iPods, exotic bubble blowers are among gift ideas on the campus shopping guide.
ISU student teams will try to thwart hackers in Cyber Defense Competition.
Arts and Events
A sing-a-long, illumination ceremony, hayrides and open houses are part of winter festival Nov. 30.
The Forestry Club will sell trees and wreaths.
ISU Theatre will perform "A Christmas Carol" in early December.
Paintings by illustrator Newell Convers Wyeth are on display in the Brunnier Art Museum.
Reiman Garden's celebration will include poinsettias, lots of lights, music and workshops.