ISU's vital diagnostic lab outgrows aging space with core safety flaw
The Veterinary Diagnostic Lab is essential for Iowa's livestock industry, but it's in a building ill-suited for the modern realties of animal agriculture. A proposed new facility would address space and security concerns at the nation's busiest lab of its kind.
Wintersteen presents ISU request to legislators
Funding for public higher education shouldn't be viewed as a cost, rather an investment in Iowa's economic health. As the state's land-grant, Iowa State contributes to that health in unique ways, she said.
ISU Extension and Outreach VP finalists set to visit campus
Their two-day visits will include an open forum in the Memorial Union. All four interviews will be completed before spring break.
Okta secure login debuts March 1
The look will change, but the request for a Net-ID and password will stay the same to securely log in to web-based applications and programs.
Big west-side road projects will span two summers
Work that combines underground utilities and road replacement will be coordinated on one timeline that begins spring break week. In phases, sections of Bissell Road, Union Drive and Welch Road will close temporarily.
Consultants have safety recommendations for Lincoln Way
They'll make campus and city presentations Feb. 27 to share their ideas.