Roof workers atop the Memorial Union have enjoyed one of the most spectacular views on campus this fall. The slate tile replacement project is on schedule to wrap up next month.
ISU Plan participants may review and update their benefits during the annual open change period, Nov. 1-18.
A committee is working with a national search firm to find ISU's next chief of police. Applications and nominations are due Nov. 17.
Several training sessions were developed to help individuals impacted by new overtime regulations in the Fair Labor Standards Act understand and meet FLSA requirements. The first trainings -- online sessions for employees and supervisors -- will be available beginning Nov. 1.
Some 2,000 parade watchers gathered in downtown Ames Sunday to watch the first ISU Homecoming parade in decades. Activities continue through Saturday's game.
Student leaders at all three regent universities object to growing disparity between resident and nonresident tuition rates.
The Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) has developed a new workshop that helps faculty bring inclusivity to their classrooms. The next session is Nov. 9.
University human resources has partnered with the office of risk management, environmental health and safety, and information technology services to revamp the first report of injury process. The new system, called the ISU Incident Portal, will launch by Oct. 31.