Skeleton identification tag

Skeletons change their closet

A dozen skeletons and assorted bones were (very carefully) moved this week from Science II to the new Bessey Hall addition. The skeletons are used in human anatomy classes.

Seven percent tuition increases needed to catch up with decade of growth

Tuition for nonresident undergrads would rise 4 percent for five years to help scale the university following unprecedented enrollment growth.

Deanna Clingan-Fischer



Deanna Clingan-Fischer started Aug. 7 as the university's first full-time ombuds officer.

Classification review takes center stage at P&S Council

At its Aug. 3 meeting, the Professional and Scientific Council received an update on the classification and compensation review, and discussed a request by university human resources to help organize open forums on the topic. 


Economic Development Core Facility

New building is core of research park's sunny outlook

As the first central home for Iowa State’s economic development agencies, productive chance encounters are meant to be routine at the Economic Development Core Facility, which opened last summer. The gleaming new nexus of the ISU Research Park is expected to have a broad impact in the years to come.