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Sept. 23, 2005

Economy booster

State funds will boost ISU efforts to grow state's economy.

Food service review

ISU Dining and several outside firms will compete for food service contract.

Engineering career fair

Hilton Coliseum was the site of the largest indoor engineering career fair in the country earlier this week.

Learning communities earn A's

Iowa State's learning communities are popular with students and highly ranked.

John Brighton

Research leader

John Brighton joined Iowa State Sept. 1 as vice provost for research.


  • Geoffroy on FBI advisory board
  • Pay status for Katrina volunteers
  • Geoffroy on FBI advisory board
  • Use routing codes for IT mail
  • Women nominees sought
  • Library Datapalooza Oct. 5
  • Mileage reimbursement to 48.5 cents
  • President, Ames Lab director on WOI's Oct. 6 "Talk"
  • "Swim and gym" for kids
  • More announcements
Stephen Howell

Stephen Howell

Portrait of a scientist

"I would go nuts if I weren't an active scientist," says Plant Sciences Institute director Steve Howell.

Convocation Sept. 26

President Geoffroy will give remarks and university awards will be presented to faculty and staff during fall convocation Monday, Sept. 26.

Student perches on downed tree

A midday storm Sept. 8 damaged a number of trees on campus.

Regents wrap-up

Regents OK emergency leave carry-over, future academic calendars, and dairy farm leases and purchase.

Senate clarifies

Faculty Senate clarifies criteria for Distinguished, University Professor awards.

Jamie Pollard and President Geoffroy

Pollard & President Geoffroy

Next AD

Jamie Pollard named next athletics director.

Entrepreneur to speak

Homemakers's Idea founder Madolyn Johnson will speak on campus Sept. 28.

Arts and Events

Behind the scenes

50 backstagers breathe life into big bugs and evil aunts in "Giant Peach."

American Republican Insurance Building

Best buildings

Iowa Architecture exhibit coming to campus.

Rodeo rider


It's time for the Cyclone Stampede.



Chris Ahoy, Marcia Prior-Miller, Joseph Sebranek.