Inside Iowa State
Feb. 15, 2008
Faculty Senate approves non-tenure eligible research faculty position. The proposal needs approval from the provost and president.
Alumni Hall, circa 1906
The new name better describes the building functions and avoids confusion with the new Alumni Center.
Francesca Galarraga is Iowa State's new assistant director of equal opportunity and diversity.
"Enhancing Research Excellence at ISU" is the topic of the March 27-28 faculty spring conference.
Regents approve plans for first component of a biorenewables complex.
Printing's technical guru knows how to teach the rest of us.
In a 1963 "mixer" dance, an IBM computer matched couples who'd filled out questionnaires.
Five new investment options part of TIAA-CREF lineup.
The deadline for claiming 2007 flex expenses is March 31.
David Bertolino and the Cyclones shut out Oregon State, 40-0. The wrestlers close the regular season Feb. 24 in Hilton.
Marching band practices will move to the north end of campus this fall.
Provost Elizabeth Hoffman tells P&S Council of plans to create leaders academy.
The campanile is partially shrouded while crews do routine maintenance.
Arts & Events
The Symposium on "Wildness, Wilderness and the Creative Imagination" is back.
Jane Cox's latest play follows the lives of four Civil War soldiers from Iowa.
In a Feb. 21 talk, futurist Lowell Catlett will explore trends and technologies for the next 150 years.
Philip Becraft, Karen Jacobson, David Lynch, Gordon Miller, Marit Nilsen-Hamilton, Gregory Palermo and Jacob Petrich.