Inside Iowa State
Sept. 26, 2008
Custodial services opts for greener cleaning products.
President Geoffroy and Linda Shenk during awards ceremony
Filling leadership posts, hitting campaign and enrollment goals, and promoting sustainability were among goals highlighted by President Gregory Geoffroy during convocation.
Dump trucks have hauled tons of dirt from the new Hach Hall chemistry facility construction site the past few weeks.
Regents give ISU green light on new center, more renovation at Veterinary Medicine.
Doug Gentile (left) and Tom Florek
Doug Gentile and college pal still playing after all these years.
New ombuds officer Elaine Newell is ready to help with work issues.
Chemistry postdoc Albert DeFusco practices on his bagpipes on central campus.
Comments are sought on a new measuring stick for P&S job performance.
Where did photographer Bob Elbert find this columned corridor?
President and provost to lead new faculty and staff on Iowa tour.
ISU to host national conference on work/life balance.
Arts & Events
College rodeo teams will compete at the Cyclone Stampede Rodeo Oct. 2-3.
Sculpture garden, near Morrill Hall, will be dedicated Oct. 3.
Patrick Dougherty who creates art with tree saplings will speak Oct. 8.
ISU Theatre opens with the Fifth of July.
Here's the lineup of free films, playing this fall at the Union.
Jason Follett, Donald Simonson, Bill Beavis, Richard Martin, Matthew Rowling, Jacqueline Shanks, Joan Piscitello, Mufit Akinc.