Reflect and react
Senior Ryan Faught contemplates a class assignment in Morrill Hall's Reiman Gallery earlier this week.
ISU joins national degree completion initiative
The Degrees When Due initiative shares data and best practices for identifying and reengaging adults who started college degree programs but stopped before completing them.
Change to federal overtime law will impact some ISU employees
Recent revisions to federal labor regulations will increase the number of workers eligible for overtime pay and will impact some Iowa State employees.
Rare tree hybrid identified on campus
It took a couple days and a network of experts to determine the classification of a large fir tree near the Forker Building.
Student assistance office helps students through a range of issues
Students dealing with a personal crisis, mental health issue, academic problem or another challenge can find help at the office of student assistance. Students can reach out themselves or others can make contact with the staff through a referral.
In simulation, intro to business students learn by doing
For the hundreds of students each semester who take Business Administration 250, a game can be serious business. Their grade, in part, depends on it. The introductory business course devotes a significant portion of the class to an online simulation of running a corporation.
Info booth will come down this month
The victim of technology that made travelers self-sufficient, the information booth wasn't serving its intended purpose anymore.