Central campus vigil for Celia Barquin Arozamena

'You fly high up there, mate'

The Iowa State community remembered student-athlete Celia Barquin Arozamena during a Wednesday evening vigil.

Packaging for wildflower seed disc.

Installation gift

Plant a piece of history after the presidential installation

Audience members will receive a commemorative gift of wildflower seeds at the Sept. 21 celebratory event.

Child leave options may expand for parents who both work at ISU

A draft policy change would allow FMLA-eligible parents who both work at Iowa State to each take up to 12 weeks of leave upon the arrival of a child, expanding what's available under federal law.

Faculty hires respond to resignations, program growth

Iowa State hired 62 tenured or tenure-track faculty from September 2017 through last month, the smallest group in at least five years.

Wickert, Sterle and Wintersteen

University awards


Nearly 60 individuals received Iowa State's highest awards for faculty and staff during a Sept. 14 ceremony.

New Miller grants support better course materials, for free

The inaugural Miller Open Education Mini-Grants awarded this summer are helping Iowa State faculty develop, adapt and share instructional materials that save students money while enriching their classroom experiences.

Planning will resume for a scaled-back veterinary lab

President Wintersteen tells the regents planning will focus on "what we can get done for the dollars available." She called the VDL critical, for the state, nation and world.