Inside Iowa State
Sept. 22, 2006
A Purdue dean and a former University of Colorado president and ISU dean are finalists for provost position.
The first group of DMACC students from an admissions partnership program were on campus last week, getting ready for an eventual transfer to ISU.
Honorees Jay-lin Jane and Paul Shao
President Geoffroy shared goals for the coming year and recognized award winners at fall convocation.
Dione Somerville will become the new dean of students in January.
ISU Blood Drive is Oct. 2-6 at the MU's Great Hall.
Bee hives get a fall check up from researchers, who are interested in keeping their key pollinators happy.
Zimbabwe native finds a home (and a team to coach) at Iowa State.
P&S Council takes a look at moving smoking areas 25 feet from buildings.
A big birthday calls for a big celebration. Planners are already at work on ISU's year-long 150th party.
Do you know where photographer Bob spotted these graceful columns?
President Geoffroy stopped in Waterloo Sept 8, visiting high school and community college students.
Comment period for sharing ideas on the proposed budget model pushed back to Oct. 2.
Dean's goal: Ensure all engineering students reap benefits of supplemental tuition dollars.
Arts & Events
ISU students organize cultural nights, dance, food, fun.
More than 300 ISU singers from four choirs will perform Oct. 1.
ISU Theatre reprises long-time favorite.