Students walking on campus.

ISU enrollment is a record 36,660

Iowa State's fall enrollment of 36,660 is the largest in school history and represents an increase of nearly 1.9 percent over the previous record in fall 2015.

Presidential research initiative promotes big thinking in data-driven science

Funds were awarded to four research teams that will use big data to benefit human and animal health, improve cities and build new tools for researchers.

Report summarizes enrollment management study

A faculty task force charged with studying enrollment management issues and developing ideas and solutions submitted its report to President Steven Leath in June. The report is available on the Faculty Senate website.

David Cotton

David Cotton


David Cotton, ISU's first chief information security officer, retired from the Air Force as a Brigadier General in 2011, after serving 29 years and four times as a chief information officer (CIO)

Iowa Staters' guide to political activities

These guidelines on political activities should help faculty, staff and students exercise their rights as citizens over the next two months without running afoul of laws designed to keep public agencies politically neutral.

loaves of multigrain bread cool on a rack

Multigrain sandwich bread

More from-scratch treats in the bakery case

A bakery menu that features seasonal choices is another change this fall by ISU Dining.

Council learns about diversity, inclusion efforts in academic areas

Senior vice president and provost Jonathan Wickert highlighted recent posts to his academic affairs blog in a report at the Sept. 1 Professional and Scientific Council meeting.

Leath looks ahead in annual address

In his Sept. 14 annual address, President Steven Leath will introduce the new strategic plan and discuss his priorities for this academic year.