Inside Iowa State
Jan. 27, 2006
Gov. Tom Vilsack's FY07 budget recommendations a mixed bag for Iowa State.
With new plan, officials hope to return ISU to its energy-saving ways.
Carolina Cruz-Neira's Presidential Lecture on virtual reality will be a feast for the eyes.
Feb. 15 event will show how Regent universities aid economic development.
A second report on developing a new ISU budget model will be released in early February.
Crews recently began installing new windows in Morrill Hall. Renovations should be complete by January 2007.
Sedahlia Crase is next Faculty Senate president-elect.
Entomologist sees beauty in the eyes of a mosquito.
New supercomputer is the 73rd fastest in the world.
Public comments sought in accreditation review.
If the buttercups are blossoming in Montana, maybe it's not unlikely to see a January robin in Iowa. Animal ecologist Jim Pease and an unidentified hand model help us consider the possibility.
A U.S. postal counter will remain in the Union, under a new lease.
More employee information is now available through AccessPlus
Days are longer for plants in the greenhouse addition of the Roy J. Carver Co-Laboratory.
Arts and Events
ISU Theatre opens spring season with "How I Learned to Drive."
"Thoroughly Modern Millie" to Stephens Feb. 11.
Alfred Blackmer, Antonio Mallarino, Russ Mullen, Mary Wiedenhoeft, and the ISU Recycling Committee.