Female student photographs red and yellow tulip bed

May flowers

Summer school students took advantage of the week off between spring semester and the first summer session.

Survey results provide map for campus climate improvements

Results from a fall 2017 campus climate survey were presented Wednesday at a pair of open forums. Four implementation teams led by top administrators will develop and prioritize action items, beginning this summer.

Wintersteen to council: Salary hike is still top budget goal

Meeting with the P&S Council for the first time in her tenure, President Wendy Wintersteen reiterated that a faculty and staff salary increase, however small, remains her highest priority for next year's budget.

Expense reporting is focus of next WorkCyte workshop

Employees who deal with expense reports and employee reimbursements can learn more about the Workday system being developed for Iowa State.

State operating support continues its decline

April's budget cut is permanent in the the state operating appropriations on July 1; new funds won't close the gap.

'This could be you': ISU faculty, staff of color help Ames students harness passions

Dozens of faculty and staff of color volunteered this school year for Passion Academy, a new program founded by an Iowa State associate professor to help black and Hispanic Ames Middle School students discover their passions and how to pursue them.

Who's serving lunch?

In a walk around campus, Inside staff point out some summer food options.