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Oct. 8, 2004

Meeting enrollment challenges

President Geoffroy appoints enrollment leadership council to help meet demographic challenges.

Trademark licensing changes

Changes in trademark licensing program should be fairly transparent on campus.

Degree audits made simple

Tracking students' degree progress will be much easier with new software.

Next strategic plan draft

The second draft of Iowa State's next strategic plan will be available Oct. 11 on the Strategic Planning web site.


Cyclone cross country

Cyclones runners dominate recent meet.

Where's Bob

Where's Bob? Recognize this bell?

Lagomarcino courtyard
Courtyard Cafe

Lagomarcino Hall has new art (left) and a new Courtyard Cafe.

Veishea leaders reinvent

Student Veishea leaders have reinvented their group to focus on community, service projects for 2005.


  • Flu shots uncertain
  • World Food Day teleconference
  • Funds for biotech events
  • Fall convocation online
  • Weight reduction meetings
  • All announcements
James Dow

Speaking Gothic

James Dow says Gothic, a language presumed dead in the 1600s, may have been spoken by some 20th century Italians.


Birthday boy

He turns 50 this month, and he still looks great.

'Climate' survey to be shared at forum

Results of a campus climate survey will be shared at an Oct. 14 public forum.

Getting ready for accreditation visit

Preparation is under way for the March 2006 visit by an accreditation team.

Employee, labor relations changes

New staff and procedures in employee, labor relations

Research briefs

Students build a blender for processing soybeans in space.

Good for Business

Medical walking boot steps into international market.

Arts and Events

James Hannon


James Hannon leads the ISU Symphony in rehearsal.


Russian cellist Alexandre Bouzlov will perform and be artist-in-residence Oct. 12-15.

More A&E

  • Bug fest is back
  • Week's worth of homecoming fun
  • World Affairs Institute Oct. 14-March 2



Rose Bielefeldt


Michele Regenold, John Hoffman, Dave Pavlik, Kimberly Schroeder, Christine Deal, Venita Currie, Vicki Brubaker, Lenore Binen, Randy Beckett, Clifford Bergman, William Gallus, Michael Mendelson, Jill Pruetz, Mark Rectanus, Chris Ahoy, Edward Yeung, and ISU's building maintenance teams.