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Jan. 13, 2006

Telemarketers got your number?

Telecomm experts offer tips to curb telemarketing calls to your office.

University Book Store

Busy spot

It was the usual blur of activity at University Book Store this week.

Wendy Wintersteen

Wintersteen is dean

Wendy Wintersteen became the dean of the College of Agriculture on Jan. 1.

Dean of students finalists

Six dean of students' finalists will intervew on campus this month.

Gymnast skies in Hilton


If fans stay seated, the halftime show was a success, say basketball halftime bookers.

Larger recruiting grant sought

The P&S Council hopes to grow grant program to recruit, retain students.

Union ramp entrance.

To the ramp

The south entrance to the MU parking ramp will be closed through the end of January. Enter and exit at the north entrance , off Union Drive.


  • Student employee of year nominees sought
  • Get the latest patch for Windows
  • Geoffroy, Brighton on Jan. 17 "Talk"
  • Hockey doubleheader in Des Moines
  • Cyclone tennis Pro-Am Jan. 13
  • Research subjects sought
  • Mileage reimbursement rate drops
  • Lunch with Coach Fennelly Jan. 18
  • Teaching, research awards to grad students
  • More announcements
Mark Bryden

Mark Bryden

Safer stoves

Engineer Mark Bryden responds to need in developing countries.

Web pages promote Iowa, Ames

New Web pages promoting Iowa and Ames will aid in recruiting new faculty and staff.

Where's Bob

Where's Bob

Do you know where university photographer Bob Elbert located this room with a sky-blue view?

Emergency leave policy change

New policy allows emergency leave carry-over from previous year.


Hanging out

A giant wood nymph finds a place to light in Reiman Garden butterfly wing. If the winter "blahs" have set in, head to gardens' conservatory for warm air and tropical plants.

Food service proposals eyed

A committee combing through bids to provide campus food services hopes to make a recommendation next month.

Going to market

Kenneth Kirkland explains how two tech transfer units help manage intellectual property, commercialize technologies.

Arts and Events

Hector Elizondo and Jo Beth William will perform in 'The Prisoner of Second Avenue.'

Radio theater

Stephens scheduler Patti Cotter tells what she looks forward to on stage this spring.

King celebration

Presentation of a first-ever award, a lecture by Harvard economist Roland Fryer and two area celebrations are part of King observance.

Calendar art from the Thos. D. Murphy Co.

Art meets calendar

Exhibit to feature early examples of calendar art.



Mike Burkhart.


Mary Swander, Thane Peterson, Margo Kitts.