LEGO exhibition is sure to please young and young-at-heart
You'll see LEGO bricks in a whole new light at Reiman Gardens' "Nature Connects" exhibit, opening April 14.
Leath names associate VP
Miles Lackey, director of the office of federal affairs at The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, will join the president's office April 16, filling the newly defined position of associate vice president.
Search committee to interview candidates in Minneapolis
The search committee for Iowa State's senior vice president and provost will meet in Minneapolis this weekend, April 14-15, to interview candidates. Although no finalists have yet been selected, the committee has set tentative dates for open forums to allow the university community and public to meet finalists.
Are you ready for some football?
The Cyclone football team wraps up nearly a month of practices with its annual spring football game on Saturday, April 14. Fans should enter on the north side of the stadium; seating will be limited to the east side only. Admission is free.
Council committee will focus on professional development
A new name and focus for the Professional and Scientific Council recruitment and retention committee was approved at the council's April 5 meeting. Vice president for business and finance Warren Madden also gave council members an overview of campus parking.
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 models of health and well-being. You can help support the project by registering online or texting.