Inside Iowa State
Dec. 9, 2005
The Iowa State football team will play in the Houston Bowl Dec. 31.
Ombuds office will provide new option for settling problems or disputes.
Campus visits for finalists for dean of agriculture are winding down this week.
A student is reflected in the Parks Library window as she prepares for "finals."
Web conference features national experts on accessible Web pages.
Regents approve 4 percent tuition increase, higher rates for engineering students.
ISU wrestler Joe Curran celebrates a pin in the Cyclones' loss to Iowa Dec. 2.
"We've gone from 'family' time to 'quality' time to 'media' time," Greenlee School director Michael Bugeja said in a recent talk on the virtual void.
Wendy Ware was among the first women to become veterinary cardiologists.
The group working on a new budget model will submit a second report to the university community soon.
University marketing director Carole Custer checks an angle during shooting of two TV ads about student experiences. The first will debut on the Houston Bowl broadcast.
Faculty Senate has endorsed a proposal to allow faculty to seek temporary part-time appointments to care for family members.
ISU's standard alcohol policy will be in effect during the next Veishea.
The Inside staff bids farewell to Linda Charles, who helped launch this publication.
Hayrides, cookie decorations, and lots of lights were part of the Nov. 30 winter festival on campus.
Iowa State catches the podcasting wave.
Jack Payne, Utah State, will become next vice provost for extension and outreach.
Arts and Events
ISU Week in Des Moines includes learning events, special deals and basketball games.
Approximately 1,755 degrees to be awarded Dec. 16-17.
Your last chance to see Dickens' classic holiday tale is this weekend.
Jon Lewis, John Tannehill, Denis McGee.