So many possibilities
Design students set up shop on central campus to work on sketching.
Shipment fire puts library preservation staff to work
Thirty books being shipped out from the University Library were onboard a postal truck that caught fire this summer. Preservation staff salvaged several of them from water, smoke and fire damage.
Two selected for faculty fellowships
Lisa Larson and Surya Mallapragada were named to faculty fellowships in the office of the senior vice president and provost. Larson, professor in psychology, will serve as the ISU Advance fellow. Mallapragada, professor in chemical and biological engineering, and materials science and engineering, will seek to increase national recognition for top ISU faculty.
Lots more qualifies for your blue bin under new recycling service
Iowa State's recycling contract with Waste Management allows a big variety of recyclable materials to land in that blue bin previously reserved only for white paper. Read what else belongs in there.
Wireless upgrades sweeping across campus
If your building hasn't yet received a recent wireless upgrade, it's surely on the list. Tech teams are midway through a massive project to install more than 4,500 wireless access points in some 90 buildings on campus.
Open forums scheduled in advance of reaccreditation visit
In two public forums in October, university officials will share information about the university's coming reaccreditation visit from the Higher Learning Commission.
A job well done
The university community honored 52 of its own during the annual faculty-staff awards ceremony on Sept. 21.
University shares results of AAU student survey
The April 2015 voluntary survey focuses on sexual assault, sexual misconduct and sexual harassment on campus.