The physics and astronomy department has for years opened its 27-seat planetarium for public shows that remain popular enough to regularly "sell" out of free tickets to the evening's three shows, currently held on the last Friday of the month.
W. Samuel Easterling from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University has been named the next James L. and Katherine S. Melsa Dean of Engineering.
ISU's Stacy Renfro (P&S Council) and Peter Martin (Faculty Senate) asked board members for salary increases that adequately reward hard work and stem the departure of talented employees.
In a talk at a supply chain conference, athletics director Jamie Pollard discussed how he weighs postgame celebrations that prompt fans to flock onto the field, outlining some changes planned to ensure field-rushing remains safe.
Seventy faculty members have their promotion and tenure cases recommended for approval. The state Board of Regents must give its official approval at its next meeting.
Rather than temporarily relocating the statue during construction of the athletics department's sports performance center, a committee of campus and student leaders proposed permanently returning the statue to central campus.
Cutover planning and execution will move data from dozens of systems into Workday, leading to "last day" deadlines for adding or updating information that will be transitioned.