Bill Graves with catalpa tree

A program with roots in Iowa State history

A project to collect and propagate the genetic heritage of Iowa State's diverse tree population kicks off this fall with seedlings from a century-old catalpa. The progeny, which will be used in future campus landscaping projects, also is available for public purchase through the alumni association.

Search begins for next vice president for research

Candidates must be tenured professors at Iowa State. The goal is to fill the position by Jan. 1.

Affordable Care Act: Marketplace offers more health care options

The Affordable Care Act is providing employees more health care options, but you likely will want to stick with Iowa State's benefits. Find out why. 

Faculty, staff to be honored Oct. 2

The university community is invited to the Oct. 2 ceremony recognizing faculty and staff recipients of Iowa State's most distinguished awards.


Campus readout

Campus readout pays tribute to banned books

A dozen administrators and faculty members gather to read excerpts from their favorite banned or challenged books.

A parking game plan for Oct. 3

Many who work on campus know the drill for a Thursday night football game. But since it's been a while, here's what you need to know before the Cyclones take on Texas next Thursday, Oct. 3.

Online survey tool extended to ISU community

The popular survey tool Qualtrics is as close as your keyboard. A university-wide license gives all faculty, staff and students access to the online survey builder.

No more cow paths?

A set of sandwich board messages around campus this fall encourages pedestrians to keep to the sidewalks and spare the lawns.