A banner event
Spring semester slots are available for the central campus banners along Morrill Road. University groups may create banners to promote their public events.
Board of Regents assigns new state relations officer to ISU
The Board of Regents has assigned a new state relations officer to Iowa State. Joe Murphy, who was a member of the board staff for several years, will return to fill the ISU post. He succeeds Ann McCarthy, who will assume a new role, coordinating economic development policy for the board.
New council's focus: Quality student experience
President Steven Leath wants to ensure that the high-quality student experience endures as enrollment surges, and he's created a new council to help.
Five questions for the 'hit tape' architect
Iowa State football's weekly highlight "hit tapes" get thousands of views by Cyclone fans. Inside sat down with Dani Varley, the architect behind the popular videos.
Open forums announced for Business dean search
Students, faculty and staff are invited to share their preferences on characteristics to be sought in the college's next dean.
Three finalists will interview for Engineering dean post
The university community is invited to open forums scheduled for the candidates.
Brush up on Iowa State's winter weather policies
There may be no snow in the forecast, but it still is a good idea to get reacquainted with Iowa State's winter weather policies.
Senators approve policy updates
Updates and revisions to Faculty Handbook language were approved at the Faculty Senate's Nov. 13 meeting.
Renovations to temporarily close Lied's upper workout area
The third-floor workout area in Lied Recreation Athletic Center will be closed for a couple of months for renovations. Lied patrons may wish to use State Gym in the meantime.