Inside Iowa State
Aug. 25, 2006
For those away during the summer, here's a review of activities and events on campus.
Nearly 4,000 fans enjoyed the Cyclone Fan Fest Aug. 20, an event with all 18 sports teams Cy and spirit squads.
Two ombuds officers stand ready to help faculty, staff and graduate and professional students with work-related problems and disputes.
Leigh Ann Long (center) was among faculty and staff who helped students move into residence halls Aug. 15-17.
David Oliver aims to enlist plants to help clean the environment.
Faculty Senate president Gregory Palermo says he's upbeat about Iowa State and its prospects.
P&S Council president Cathy Good: Staff training, budget model, salaries on to-do list.
Podcasts, blogs and online videos are among recruitment and retention proposals receiving P&S grants.
A list of ideals intended to promote a welcome climate at ISU will undergo one more review this fall.
Here's a quick look at several changes in personnel and duties in the provost's office.
The proposed budget model will be scrutinized this fall. President Geoffroy will likely make a decision in January.
A Thursday night football opener promises excitement and a bit of a squeeze in campus parking lots.
Arts & Events
Populist Jim Hightower, comedian Christian Finnegan, self-defense guru Erin Weed are among fall speakers.
Music, theater, arts for the whole family Aug. 27 at Stephens.
Natalie DeJong's paintings are on display in the MU Pioneer Room.
Weekly Brombaugh organ concerts begin Aug. 28.
Lorraine Hoffman, Diane Birt, and the purchasing department.