Inside Iowa State
Mar. 10, 2006
The accreditation review team arrives this month for a first-hand look at Iowa State.
More undergrads tell about the research projects they're involved in.
Some budget planning duties will be reassigned.
Construction on the Hixson-Lied Student Success Center should wrap up in mid-October.
Faculty Senate approves altering the voting process for promotion.
VP for student affairs Tom Hill says dean of students post will remain open a few more months.
Know where photographer Bob Elbert took this neck craner?
Andy Hochstetler, Matt DeLisi
Sociologist Matt DeLisi says a new criminal justice program responds to growing student interest.
Deb and Mark Power will oversee some of the golf activities for Special Olympics National Games.
Some employees will be able to volunteer for Special Olympics national games without taking vacation time.
ISU senior Andrea LeClere explains her turtle gene research, which was part of an exhibit in the state capitol rotunda.
P&S Council renews discussion of early retirement incentive.
Arts and Events
Two premieres and Simon Estes to highlight ISU "President's Concert" in Omaha.
Children of Uganda inspire, raise awareness with high-energy dance.
Sharon Gless and Richard Masur star in "Prisoner of Second Avenue."
The Brombaugh organ is 20 years old this spring; attend a free Monday concert.
Margo Kitts, Alicia Carriquiry, Curtis Youngs, Laura Rendon, Andrew Miner, Randy Shoemaker, Kendall Lamkey, Antonio Mallarino, Ruslan Prozorov.