Students took advantage of this week's spring-like temperatures to squeeze in some outdoor activities.
Proposed parking permit increases, updates on the next AFSCME contract and the board's TIER initiative, and residence/dining plans for next year also were on the board's agenda.
Spurred by enrollment growth, aging buildings and ever-evolving teaching methods, the university has embarked on a plan to upgrade all 214 general university classrooms on a 10-year cycle.
Classrooms aren't what they used to be, and that's a good thing. Find out how low- and high-tech additions to 2104 Gilman Hall have enhanced "active" learning.
Associate vice president and chief of staff Miles Lackey fielded questions and heard concerns about an employee survey of transactional processes in human resources, information technology and finance at the March 5 Professional and Scientific Council meeting.
ISU employees and students can install a suite of Microsoft Office classics on personal computers and mobile devices at no cost.
The sociology department's proposed bachelor's degree in criminal justice earned unanimous approval at the March 10 Faculty Senate meeting.