Inside Iowa State
June 7, 2007
Iowa State will use $6.25 million of new state appropriations to boost salary competitiveness in targeted areas next year.
Updating brochures, maps and other printed materials? Don't forget that Elwood Drive becomes University Boulevard on Sept. 17.
The Hub Café and grill is open for the summer. Renovations are planned for the fall.
Bikes on campus must be registered. It's easy, free, forever.
Perry Holden took corn classes to farmers in his "seed corn gospel train" in 1903. Soon, educational trains were rolling throughout the nation.
Dave Swenson and Miss Daisy
When he isn't running numbers on the economics of biofuels, Dave Swenson is running miles, with a plucky canine.
ISU team is drafting performance management program for P&S staff.
Cows and staff should be in place by October.
Regents business officer Pam Elliott Cain will become associate vice president for business and finance on July 16.
Suggested vacation destinations in Iowa if you have a day (or two) to spare.
Act now to get old computers and equipment disposed of by June 28.
The MU parking ramp's automated pay system is up and running.
Arts & Events
A new display at Reiman Gardens features kid-sized trains and landmarks.
The Sticks-designed mural "What We Love About Iowa State" is on display in Morrill Hall.