Male student studies in the Hach Hall lounge

Growth in online learning helps set another summer enrollment record

Summer enrollment has climbed to 12,060 students; nearly one-third of them are only taking online classes.

Five things to know about the Grants Hub

As ISU research funding hits new levels, centralized support hub makes life easier for faculty seeking grants.

Regents approve nursing program and phased retirement policy; give green light for Gerdin expansion planning

The phased retirement plan replaces one that sunsets this week. The BS in nursing program will enroll its first students in fall 2018. Early Gerdin plans would add up to 40 percent of the building's current space.

College Creek cleanup team.

Volunteers make cleanup a success

Nearly 1,000 pounds of trash was collected during Saturday's College Creek cleanup event.

Tracking WorkCyte progress

A timeline that tracks the implementation progress of Iowa State's move to enterprise software platforms is available on the WorkCyte website.

Mallapragada joins research staff

Surya Mallapragada, Distinguished Professor and Carol Vohs Johnson Chair in chemical and biological engineering, will focus on research advancement in the half-time appointment.