Inside Iowa State
Feb. 13, 2009
Berea College president Larry Shinn
The news was both sober and uplifting for those at the Symposium on
Enhancing Sustainability earlier this week.
Campus visits begin next week for four Design dean finalists.
The "River of Milk" etched glass mural adorns the visitors center in the new ISU dairy farm.
Football coach Paul Rhoads announced his first recruiting class on national signing day.
Tin-Shi Tam's been serenading the campus for 15 years.
President Geoffroy tells senate faculty recruitment remains a priority.
Staff are installing wheelchair workstations in classrooms across campus.
P&S Council will survey staff on salary, budget priorities.
Where did university photographer Bob Elbert catch this lofty image?
ISU Foundation matches Batelle challenge to create four academic chairs.
Nine university teams look for ways to reduce costs.
Arts & Events
Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird at Stephens Feb. 20.
Barjche tours the seasons with concert dance performance.
ISU Theatre's next production, On the Open Road, is a black comedy.
Events will spotlight eating disorders.
University Museums annual ball is Feb. 28.