Cookies, anyone?

Still searching for a Valentine's Day gift idea? Frosted sugar cookies from ISU Dining may fit the bill.

Senate hears latest on faculty misconduct case

The provost's office updated the Faculty Senate on the outcome of the investigation into an engineering professor's misuse of National Science Foundation grant funds. Associate provost Dawn Bratsch-Prince said there will be a review of ISU's processes, and emphasized the continued importance of full documentation.

Regents tap Deloitte firm to conduct 'transformational' review

The yearlong review will include academic and administrative units and consider variables such as staffing levels and operational costs.

Planning will proceed on biosciences building, residence hall

Regents also give first green light to stadium upgrade, Scheman addition and Friley dining center plan, and final approval to Marston Hall renovation.

Chinese student dance

Chinese students celebrate

Chinese students welcome Year of the Horse

Chinese students in the Greenlee School celebrated the new year and the Chinese Spring Festival Feb. 7 in Hamilton Hall.

CIO Davis discusses the 'web of things,' IT initiatives

Universities teaming up to transform information technology in a big way, plans to expand ISU's wireless network and a spam-sending refrigerator all got a mention in CIO Jim Davis' recent update on "IT futures."

Council discusses work-life topics

Representatives from the university's work-life advisory committee asked Professional and Scientific Council members for feedback on work-life issues, including tuition reimbursement.