Inside Iowa State
Nov. 15, 1996
Talk of Iowa
President Martin Jischke will be a guest on the Dec. 4 edition of Talk of Iowa. The program airs weekdays at 10 a.m. on WOI-AM Radio.
Conversation with the President
The next Conversation with President Martin Jischke will be at noon Friday, Nov. 22, in the Memorial Union Regency Room. Lunch may be purchased in the ground floor food court or brought in. Coffee and tea are provided. To make a reservation, call 4-2042.
Retirees holiday dinner
The ISU Retirees annual holiday dinner is Sunday, Dec. 8, second floor, Scheman Building. A social hour begins at 5 p.m; dinner at 6 p.m. Tickets are $15. Reserva-tions should be made by Nov. 27. Discounted tickets for the ISU Holiday Music Festival at 3 p.m. Dec. 8 in Stephens also are available. For more information, call the ISU Retirees Office, 4-3830.
Flu shots still available
A limited amount of flu vaccine is available through Occupational Medicine. Faculty and staff may obtain flu shots from 2 to 4 p.m. Nov. 11 through Dec. 6 in G11 Technical and Administrative Services Facility.
Award nominations sought
Nominations for the following awards are being sought:
- Alumni Association, due Feb. 1, 1997.
- The Faculty Citation and Superior Service Award (for non-faculty ISU staff),
- Wallace E. Barron All University Senior Award,
- Distinguished Achievement Citation,
- Outstanding Young Alumnus,
- Alumni Merit Award,
- Alumni Medal.
Nomination forms are available from the Alumni Association, Memorial Union, 4-4762.
- P&S awards: due by Wednesday, Dec. 4, in 204 Lab of Mechanics
- Professional and Scientific Excellence Award,
- Regents Award for Staff Excellence,and the
- Carroll Ringgenberg Award
Nominations forms are available on the Provost Office's WWW homepage, in 204 Lab of Mechanics, or by calling Jane Henning, 4-2906.
For more information, contact Jim Lux, chair of the P&S Council's Representation and Awards Committee, 4-1467.
National student forum
The ISU student chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers will host the Student Leadership Development Forum 1996 in the Memorial Union Friday Nov. 15- 17. This is the first time the event has been held outside of Chicago. Approximately 200 Hispanic/Latino students from 23 Midwestern universities will attend. For more information, contact Reinaldo Arreaza, 6-7360, or Ivan Maldonado, 4- 1669.
Ag college offices move
The College of Agriculture administration has shuffled offices in Curtiss Hall:
141: Roger Bruene, Karen Klaiber;
138: David Topel, Colin Scanes, Cathy Good, Joyce Shiers;
137: Gerald Klonglan, Marie Miller;
134: Eric Hoiberg, Norma Hensley;
133: Del Koch, Laurie Vold, Josie Neeld, Barb Martin; 132– Wendy Wintersteen, Jim Johnson, Julie Honeick; 131–Russ Wilson, Candi Kelly, Donna Evans;
Suite 130: Cindy Hansen;
26: Shirley Riney, Carla Persaud.
Food Sciences: 3397: Mary de Baca.
Robert R. Kalton, agronomy professor from 1950 to 1960 and an affilate professor, died Nov. 11 at his home in Webster City.
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