Do you know where university photographer Bob Elbert came upon this bold elevator door?
Budget units received preliminary reduction targets for next year's budget. This year's $24.5 million mid-year reversion will become permanent in FY11.
River trash sculpture
Sculptures crafted from trash fished out of Iowa rivers are on display at Parks Library. Ogden artist David Williamson will discuss an annual river cleanup and the art work it spawned in a March 25 talk at the library.
Two April open forums have been scheduled to discuss the university's 2010-15 strategic plan being drafted this month by the steering committee.
ComETS seeks the opinions of faculty, staff and students about the university's educational technology services. Look for a survey in your e-mail the week of March 22.
A new ISU Dining initiative offers beverage discounts if you bring your own cup to fill.
Le Grande Cirque
The acrobats and performers of Le Grande Cirque bring a thrilling performance to Stephens March 11.
ISU researchers have developed two new methods to detect glaucoma in dogs at an early age, long before the dogs show any signs of the disease.
Longtime ISU faculty member and administrator Gerald "Jerry" Miller has been appointed interim vice president for extension and outreach, effective June 1.
Iowa State's annual learning communities institute is scheduled for May 10 at the Scheman Building. Online registration is open.