Inside Iowa State
March 14, 2008
Committee will recommend that president proceed with plans for recreation facilities expansion.
Sunshine brought flip-flops and short sleeves out on campus this week.
Help keep your little corner of the campus clean as part of the new Adopt Campus Program.
Volunteers will clean up, spruce up on Veishea Service Day April 7.
Freshman Diana Di Fabio was one of the chefs offering a healthful cooking demonstration on campus last week.
Progress continues on the Veterinary Medicine complex, which will increase the college's space by 25 percent.
Glen Galvin is the "tech" behind one of the world's highest tech virtual reality facilities.
Tours, talks, and treats part of the Memorial Union rededication April 3.
FP&M celebrates ISU's 150th with a time capsule to be opened in 25 years.
Mediacom will help celebrate ISU's 150th with a three-part series on the university March 25-27.
ISU takes its birthday celebration to the state capitol April 3.
Search is on for a half-time faculty director of the University Honors Program.
Search is under way for a director of the Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities.
Consultant finds P&S salaries competitive; employees urged to offer feedback on report.
P&S Council considers salary policy, flex pay.
Professor Pat Schnable will discuss the corn genome map and future of genome research in the Presidential University Lecture March 31.
Regents eye parking and housing rates and egg industry center.
Arts & Events
The original Morrill Act, never seen outside of D.C., is coming to Iowa State.
Nolan Hartwig, Ardith Maney, Monica Porter.