Safety upgrades coming for campus elevators

An extensive project that began last summer will update the majority of older elevators across campus, but hopefully you'll never need the most noticeable improvements.

With go-live near, last-day deadlines set for legacy systems

At some point, data entry has to pause to make go-live work. A new webpage will serve as the go-to source for legacy system "cutover" deadlines.

ISU Research Park president Rick Sanders

Rick Sanders


Former Story County supervisor Rick Sanders became president of the ISU Research Park on June 1.

Internal job applications will be easier with Workday

After Workday launches July 1, Iowa State faculty and staff no longer will need to use the external website to apply for ISU positions.

Regents approve tuition, fee rates for fall

Iowa State students will pay between 3.7% and 4.8% more in tuition and fees next year, following the state Board of Regents' approval of 2019-20 tuition and mandatory fee increases. For resident undergraduates, the increase is $331.

New student regent is a Cyclone

Iowa State junior Zack Leist was appointed to the state Board of Regents by Gov. Kim Reynolds this week. He began his service Tuesday at the board meeting in Ames.

P&S Council backs anti-bullying effort, considers training request

The council supports establishing a campuswide anti-bullying policy and might ask the university to offer staff a training program about discussing difficult matters.

Committee will provide service delivery oversight

An advisory committee will evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of the finance and human resources improved service delivery models, identifying areas for improvement.