Fall move-in volunteers are a parent's best friend. They were out in big numbers this week to help new students move into their residence hall rooms.
CyRide buses are scheduled to resume their routes through central campus Monday and crews are working to pour adjacent sidewalks by the weekend.
Proposals designed to help reshape ISU Extension and Outreach to best serve Iowans. Feedback is welcome and the final plan will be shared Oct. 21 before a new organizational structure would begin July 1, 2020.
Training and resources are available for faculty who need to get up to speed on ISU's finance, payroll and human resources system.
In its second year, the Miller Open Education Mini-Grants program shifted even more of its focus to supporting faculty who are crafting original open educational resources.
Workday officially launched, the Student Innovation Center is 75% complete and new appointments were made. Inside Iowa State had plenty to cover over the summer, so get caught up with some of the headlines.
Thirteen individuals or entrepreneurial teams earned $27,500 in cash awards at the conclusion of "The Great Iowa State Pitch Off," the centerpiece of the university's Iowa State Fair exhibit.
As part of Title IX requirements, all ISU students will take sexual assault prevention training this fall. It is administered in Canvas in two parts.