The vice president's stop on campus included a tour of the "Make to Innovate" labs in Howe Hall and a public talk during which he heralded innovation on American university campuses.
More warm weather in February should translate to smaller utility bills for units around campus again this month. It's a trend we've enjoyed all winter, says director of utilities Jeff Witt.
Business dean search is halted temporarily until Iowa State's next provost is on board.
Professional and Scientific Council president Dan Burden outlined the top issues identified during a "visioning" process in a recent message to P&S staff. The list of 14 issues -- including five "major" items -- were developed and prioritized by council committees and representatives, then shared with ISU's top administrators.
Faculty senators heard from president Steven Leath at their March 6 meeting. Leath outlined his priorities and management style, then fielded questions from faculty members.
CyRide is first in ridership among small transit systems nationally. Transit director Sheri Kyras attributes longterm success of the community bus system to a university and city that work well together.
At the March 1 Professional and Scientific Council meeting, the retention and recruitment committee introduced its plan to focus its efforts on professional development.