With an eye on fall break next week, freshman Abi Garden works a calculus problem in a study area at the Student Innovation Center.
Norman comes to Iowa State from the University of Nevada, Reno, where he has served as associate vice president for planning, budget and analysis since 2018. He'll start Jan. 1.
The new timing for performance-based salary increases reflects a shifting budget development window. The change takes effect in 2024, and ISU leaders shared a transition plan for 2023.
Iowa has plenty of high school graduates, but for a variety of reasons they're not continuing on to college.
After 19+ years of dedicated service, mute swan Elaine is moving next week to a pond on an acreage owned by Iowa State alumni.
University leaders chose to implement the paid holidays for ISU employees on Wednesday, Nov. 23, and Friday, Dec. 23, extending the Thanksgiving and Christmas weekends.
CELT executive director Sara Marcketti said Iowa State Online will add a lot of opportunities, but CELT staff will not be involved in developing the curriculum. Senior vice president and provost Jonathan Wickert also reported an increase in new student applications.
At its Nov. 9-10 meeting, the state Board of Regents approved two more student service renovation projects at the Memorial Union, infrastructure and parking lot improvements as a first phase of the proposed CYTown development at the Iowa State Center, and faculty professional development assignment requests for next year.
Faculty Senate leaders want to continue to diversify the membership to more closely match the overall campus makeup. With elections coming in the spring, they urge faculty from all corners of campus to consider running.
Student health and wellness has gathered information for more than a year on ways to improve students' health and well-being. It will assist in informing the campus infrastructure around health promotion and help develop a health and wellness strategic plan.