Inside Iowa State
May 18, 2006
A Q&A about new state dollars in ISU's next budget: how much and what it's for.
FY07 salary increases for faculty and P&S staff will average at least 2.5 percent. President Geoffroy encourages unit leaders to reallocate funds to bring the average increase up to 3 percent.
Meat Lab retail store is one of ISU's best-kept secrets.
P&S Council recommends minimum 3.2 percent, cost-of-living pay increase for satisfactory performance.
Additional student tuition or surcharge is possible for fall; regents will discuss revenue options next month.
Back for Alumni Days, former Lebanon hostage Tom Sutherland recalls what the "bong bong bong" of the campanile meant to him during his captivity.
Doug Wood, a former Cyclone All-American gymnast, sought perfection on the rings and in engineering.
Darin Dykstra and President Geoffroy at the Dykstra dairy.
ISU officials met with business and community leaders in a recent visit to NW Iowa.
Susan Carlson is interim provost, 18-member search committee is named.
305 Carver Hall
Four-year project to upgrade 75 percent of ISU classrooms enters its final stage.
ITS and UBS launch joint retail venture.
Some dining services will be altered May 22-26 to accommodate Odyssey of Mind visitors.
Iowa Staters will perform in South Africa, study the red squirrel, chase wind storms and hang out with chimpanzees in summer scholarly pursuits.
Back in class
The first session of summer classes began Monday, May 15, and runs through Friday, July 7.