Inside Iowa State
April 3, 2009
Budget planners await firm numbers.
Drawing of proposed State Gym addition
$52.8 million recreation facilities expansion and renovation project moves forward, with regents' approval.
Details about the new retirement incentive option program and an application form can be found on the human resource services web site.
Sharron Quisenberry became vice president for research an economic development on April 1.
An improved Veenker golf course will make April debut.
For 15-year Design dean Mark Engelbrecht, it's all about community.
Faculty survey: Less job satisfaction among associate professors.
ISU Dining chefs Phillips (left) and Arthur
ISU chefs Everett Phillips and Jeffrey Arthur helped launch a "Healthy Eats at the MU" series.
Good things don't always come in small packages.
Where did university photographer Bob Elbert find these towering tubes?
CyRide will test free-fare service over summer months.
Proposed parking permit and student room and board increases, and financing for east-side improvements at the football stadium were on the March 19 agenda.
Arts & Events
Stars Over Veishea's Gypsy
Veishea Week (April 13-19) is packed with shows, activities.
Printmaker, multimedia artist Beej is artist-in-residence April 13-17.