Inside Iowa State
Feb. 9, 2007
Planning for stadium upgrades to continue; Design addition OKed.
Regents will seek $28 million for biorenewables facility and $5 million to hire additional faculty.
Sycamore trees along the bike path near the ISU power plant get icy from nearby cooling towers' water vapor.
Regional summit on higher ed and diversity at Iowa State April 17.
President Geoffroy approves ideals to foster a welcoming climate.
Find out what your ISU Card can getcha.
Dean Achterberg has big plans for the College of Human Sciences.
A Feb. 14 rededication marks the new opening of the Black Cultural Center.
Grad assistant Scott Smalley oversees lambing season at the ISU sheep teaching farm.
Flex pay, salaries and AFSCME contract discussed by P&S Council.
First undergrad research symposium is April 11.
Where did the university photographer take this sidelong glance?
Bruce Thompson leads the search for the next director of the Ames Laboratory.
A new, fun recycling campaign on campus.
Arts & Events
Students, alumnae perform The Vagina Monologues.
Symposium blends creative writing, arts, environmentalism.
The annual Barjche offers an eclectic collection of various dance forms.