Inside Iowa State
Aug. 29, 2008
It was the summer of RAGBRAI, Live Green! and smoke-free. Here's a look back at a busy three months.
A record fund-raising year lifts Campaign Iowa State donations to $596.7 million.
More than 100,000 daily visitors trekked to the Farm Progress Show and through ISU's massive exhibit.
Five freshmen make up a nationally ranked recruiting class for Cyclone volleyball.
New archiving program saves copies of many ISU web pages.
Physicist's new post puts him in the middle of the planet's biggest science experiment.
The Faculty Senate to-do list includes monitoring the budget model, says president Clark Ford.
P&S Council will tackle salary, work/life issues, says P&S president Lynne Mumm.
Elaine Newell will become Iowa State's ombuds officer Sept. 12.
New 3-D scanner offers collaborative opportunities.
Freshmen recently built 45,000 meals for African children.
Committee looks for ways to help employees find work/life balance.
Dean of students Dione Somerville welcomed students and their families as they moved into campus homes last week.
Guest option can extend HMO coverage outside Iowa for you and your dependents.
Arts & Events
See ISU photographer Bob Elbert's work in the MU Pioneer Room, Sept. 5-Oct. 27.
Entertainment, politics highlight this year's speakers, events.
George Brant, Marcia Purdy