Inside Iowa State
Oct. 6, 2006
The South Campus Gateway Plan is a project that will create an inviting new entryway to campus.
Hoffman takes new post starting Jan. 1.
Elizabeth Hoffman former University of Colorado president and Iowa State University dean, has been named executive vice president and provost.
Returning to Iowa for the new executive vice president feels like coming home.
This year's Borlaug Lecturer, Margaret Catley-Carlson will talk about the world's water crisis: how it started, whom it affects and how to fight it.
WOI Radio's fall fund drive Oct. 13-20.
Regents OK proposals for wine institute and software engineering degree.
Woodwind player celebrates 50 years of playing the oboe.
Michael Otis is ISU's new benefits manager.
$3.3 million NSF grant will advance women's careers in science and tech.
Where did photographer Bob Elbert find these shady characters?
It's time to start thinking about nominations for 2007 university awards.
Work continues on the Bookends Cafe in the ISU Library.
State funds will advance research in biosciences, info technology, advanced manufacturing.
Concrete test lot brings green parking to campus.
Arts & Events
A one woman play looks at the life of Margaret Sloss.
Students line up Coming Out Week activities.
Tony-winner RENT comes to Stephens Oct. 20.
Swedish modern organist Gary Verkade will perform Oct. 13.