Inside Iowa State
May 16, 1997
Announcements12-month pay plan
Tenured, tenure-track and adjunct faculty on nine-month, B- base appointments who want to enroll in the 12-month pay plan for next fiscal year or those who want to change back to the original B-base plan, should contact the Payroll Office, 4- 6556, 307 Beardshear, by 5 p.m. Monday, July 7. This plan also is available to nine- and 10-month P&S employees.
New employees become eligible for this option in July following the academic year in which their employment at ISU began.
In the 12-month plan, university benefits and employment tax deductions are made equally from 12 monthly payments. Salary for additional summer teaching and research is added to the monthly pay during the months of the summer appointment. For more information or to request an application form, call the Payroll Office.
Lunch with the president
The next Conversation with President Martin Jischke will be a noon lunch Tuesday, May 27, in the Memorial Union Gold Room. Faculty and staff may purchase lunch in the food court or pack a bag lunch. For reservations, call 4-2042.
Parking changes during Iowa Special Olympics
The Iowa Special Olympics summer games will be held at Iowa State Thursday through Saturday, May 22-24. As a result, some campus lots and streets will be closed to university employees. The ISU community is asked to watch for lot and street attendants and cooperate with their instructions. Following is a list of the changes:
- South Fourth Street (from Elwood to Beach) will be limited to one lane between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Thursday, due to cycling competition.
- Lied Center: Lot 100 (Tic Fax) will be closed Thursday through Saturday; Lot 57 may be inaccessible at times
- Maple-Willow-Larch: Lot 63 will be closed Thursday through Saturday
- Beyer Hall: Lot 6 will be closed Friday (reserved permit holders will be allowed access)
- Forker Building (PEB): Lot 50A will be staffed on Friday, permit holders will be allowed access
In addition, Wallace Road between Lincoln Way and the Lied Center, and Richardson Court will have restricted access Thursday through Saturday.
Des Moines commuters
If you are tired of commuting alone to work or class from Des Moines, two organizations can help. Central Iowa Rideshare is a program of the Des Moines Metro Transit Agency. Rideshare coordinates people interested in carpooling or van pooling to Ames. The program has an option that allows commuters to rent a van through Rideshare.
The Des Moines Commuter Club is a student organization that also coordinates carpooling from Des Moines. An informal collaboration of Des Moines commuters, it has been serving commuters since the 1950s.
Information about Rideshare or the Des Moines Commuter Club is available through the Office of Adult Learner and Commuter Student Programs, 4-2364, or the Parking Division, 4-3388. Information about Rideshare also is available by calling 288-7433.
Grant applications sought
The Culture Corps Grants Program is accepting proposals from faculty and staff interested in hiring undergraduate international students to internationalize their classes or programs.
Sponsored by the Office of International Students and Scholars and the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, the program was created to help ISU achieve the internationalization goals of the university's strategic plan.
Grant requests may not exceed $1,800 per student for the 1997-98 academic year. Application deadline is Sept. 5. However, proposals will be reviewed on a rolling basis throughout the summer until funds are exhausted.
For more information or to obtain an application form, contact Luiza Dreasher, 4-0371, e-mail: email@example.com. Application forms also are available on the Web at: http://www.iastate.edu/~internat_info/Resource/Proposal/calpr o98.html.
Memorial Day services
Memorial Day services at Iowa State will be held at 9 a.m. Monday, May 26, at the university cemetery. In case of rain, the service will be in 1414 Molecular Biology. Because of road construction on Hyland Avenue, traffic should approach from the east on Pammel Drive.
Jischke on WOI-AM July 7
President Martin Jischke will be a guest on the Wednesday, June 4, Talk of Iowa radio show. Talk of Iowa, which airs weekdays on WOI-AM, begins at 10 a.m.
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