With a week to go before spring break, an organic chemistry study group gathers for its weekly session in Parks Library.
Iowa State instructors will teach their courses online Monday, March 23, through Friday, April 3. The two-week period comes on the heels of spring break week, and it could be extended.
An FAQ released this week by university human resources answers many common questions about how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect Iowa State employees. A March 12 update added information about working remotely, managing student employees, university child care centers, hiring and health insurance coverage.
Inside asked Emma Mallarino Houghton, director of classification and compensation in university human resources, to provide some insight and help set expectations about the process of implementing the new structure.
Iowa State will move to online class for two weeks following spring break in response to COVID-19. Faculty and staff will continue their work on campus.
December graduate Courtney Biere joined President Wendy Wintersteen's staff in mid-January as strategic engagement coordinator at the Knoll.
At the Professional and Scientific Council's March meeting, President Wendy Wintersteen outlined next year's budget picture and provost and senior vice president Jonathan Wickert provided an update on the project to overhaul the student information system.
Thanks to volume discounts, vendor contracts and familiarity with local sellers, Iowa State's central buying operation is difficult to beat on price. But Central Stores also prides itself on being convenient.
Iowa State employees know the university provides a strong benefit package, but one of the unheralded advantages of Workday is a more detailed pay breakdown that makes the financial value of ISU benefits clear.