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Jan. 12, 2007

Budget request

ISU requests that one-time funds of $8.4 million become permanent in FY08.

Students first day back

Back to the books

Spring-like weather welcomed students back for spring semester.

Elizabeth Hoffman


New exec. VP

Former University of Colorado president and ISU dean Elizabeth Hoffman started her new post as executive VP and provost Jan 1.

Dionne Somerville


New dean of students

Dione Somerville became Iowa State's dean of students on Jan. 4.


  • Summer mentors sought
  • Nominate a student employee
  • Study abroad fair Jan. 30
  • Honors proposals sought
  • Farmer's Market
  • Networking opportunity
  • Adult English classes
  • Student raises
  • Financial aid conference
  • Workspace art classes
  • IT proposals sought
  • Funds for conference attendance
  • Hazel's on lunch break
  • Talk of Iowa Jan. 24
  • Relay for Life info
  • More announcements
Paul Hokanson


Pain reliever

Paul Hokanson helps ease the pain by making sure work areas are ergonomically correct.

Moving day, Hixson-Lied Student
Success Center

A new home

New tenants move into the Hixson-Lied Student Success Center.

Library ranking dips

Budget cuts and copyright and journal hikes push library ranking down.

Where's Bob?

Where's Bob?

Where did Bob catch this bird's eye view?

Experiential classroom

Experiential Classroom originator to teach condensed version of seminar.

Smoking ban

Starting Jan. 12, smoke-free areas will extend 25 feet from campus buildings.

ISU Dining update

Starbucks and a new Hub Cafe are just two of many new ISU Dining projects on the horizon.

Exerciser on treadmill


Here are tips on eating better and starting a new fitness program.

Changes at WOI

What's changed and what's stayed the same on WOI-AM.

Arts & Events

Terry Gross and Francis Fukuyama

NPR's Gross, UT's Fukuyama

Lecture series

Famous names, visiting scholars part of this spring's lecture series.

Celebrating King

Three weeks of events pay tribute to Martin Luther King.



Allen Trenkle, Colleen Jolly, Lorna Michael Butler, Bill Best.