red tulips

Cyclone Spring

Campus daffodils and tulips didn't wait for the Veishea celebration this year.

Provost search committee is reviewing applications

The search committee currently is reviewing applications for the senior vice president and provost position. Thus far, 130 nominations have been received for the position, and 35 people have submitted applications.

Iowa State on display at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival

Iowa State will be among exhibitors at this summer's Smithsonian Folklife Festival. The festival focus is land-grant universities and the USDA. ISU's high-tech, interactive exhibit will showcase College of Design and Extension and Outreach efforts to help communities meet challenges.


Beate Schmittmann

Welcome, Dean Schmittmann

The LAS college invites the university community to an April 9 welcome reception for incoming dean Beate Schmittmann.

Help Ames become a Blue Zones community

Ames remains in contention to become a Blue Zones community, one of several Iowa cities that will be awarded extra resources and programs to become a model of health and well-being. You can help support the project by registering online or texting.

Syllabus language gets senate approval

Lengthy discussion at the April 4 Faculty Senate meeting fine-tuned recommended language for inclusion in class syllabi. Students requested the additional information to help communicate classroom policies and guidelines.

Income tax woes? Change your W-4

'Tis income tax season. Find out how your W-4 form can impact your 2012 tax return. 

30th annual student fashion show set for April 14

Student-produced textiles and clothing show is 30 years old this spring.

Iowa State recognized for greenhouse gas reduction

Facilities leaders received a certificate from the EPA that recognizes the university for efficient energy production.