Where did university photographer Bob Elbert find this metallic montage?
As president of a national swine association last year, Dr. Rodney "Butch" Baker made good use of the work in ISU's Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory to educate people about the H1N1 virus.
Iowa State saved an estimated $117,500 in energy costs during the partial university-wide shutdown.
Des Moines-based Employee and Family Resources will become Iowa State's new employee assistance program provider, beginning Feb. 1. The change means more support and resources for employees.
A late-night streetlight experiment on Pammel Drive may point the way to tens of thousands of dollars in energy savings.
The city and university recently began buying wind-generated electricity from a farm north of Zearing.
A series of lectures, concerts and celebrations will honor Martin Luther King Jr. into February.
Ultimate Elvis Tribute tour
The Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artists tour brings The King to life in Stephens Auditorium on Jan. 15.
Gerald Miller, associate dean in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, joined six ag college deans from across the country for a visit to Iraqi ag colleges.
ISU physicists who took winter trips to the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland, are starting to see real data from the planet's biggest science experiment.