Inside Iowa State
June 29, 2006
ISU plans for endowed chairs and professorships approved by the regents.
Construction plans include work on Snedecor, dining centers, greenhouses and athletics facilities.
Regents approved one-year proposal that collects $100 per semester from students.
Eric Hoiberg and Claire Andreasen tapped for interim positions in the provost's office.
Search committee chair Tahira Hira reports good progress in the search for an executive vice president and provost.
Cory Ritland landscaped for an audience outside LeBaron Hall.
ISU researchers examine how students justify their cheating.
Inside staff combed ISU parking lots, looking for custom Cyclone plates that make you scratch your head.
P&S Council develops form that helps supervisors illustrate salary increases to employees.
Tye recital hall gets a summer makeover.
Rows of semitrailers are stationed at the Southwest Athletic Complex.
ISU's Blue Gene supercomputer earned a top 100 international ranking.
County extension offices gear up for their local fairs.
WOI Radio is bringing a project to Ames that builds a national oral history.
The art theme at Reiman Gardens has caused a stir with visitors and passersby.