President Steven Leath

Leath reflects on ISU presidency

Student success stories, research park expansion, are among his favorite memories.

Senate sets stage for NTE changes

The Faculty Senate closed out the academic year May 2 by clearing its docket and taking time for a discussion on likely changes to classifications for nontenure-eligible faculty.

University kicks off review of P&S classification/compensation structure

Eighteen-month process ends with implementation of changes in fall 2018.

ISU Dining chef Nolan Green

Starting from scratch

Survey says: Yum

ISU Dining offered samples last week of possible menu items for its newest venue, opening this fall in the Memorial Union food court. When Subway's lease expires at the end of May, the space will be renovated and reopened as "Lance and Ellie's."

'Imaginative' proposals receive diversity course development grants

Seven proposals will share $50,000 in grants and receive instructional design assistance from CELT.

LMS selection enters final stages

Decision is expected within weeks; earliest adopters could migrate fall courses to the new system.

WorkCyte: Out with the old, in with the new

Iowa State's transition to cutting-edge technologies has been dubbed WorkCyte, and a website will help campus users stay updated on the development and implementation of upcoming university-wide initiatives.

Pammel/Stange improvement work will last all summer

The intersection will remain open, but single lanes in each direction will slow traffic.