Reduced hours and limits on the number of shoppers are some of the measures in place at the ISU Book Store to keep employees and guests safe.
To ensure a safe ramp-up of on-campus operations this summer and fall, employees, post-docs and graduate assistants with risk factors that make the coronavirus more dangerous -- or live with someone at higher risk -- can request an alternative work arrangement that limits potential exposure.
University human resources is developing a program this summer for flexible work options for Iowa State staff, which would provide permanent guidance -- unconnected to the coronavirus crisis -- for working remotely or outside typical business hours.
Laura Dunn Jolly, dean of the College of Human Sciences since July 2016, has been reappointed to a second term.
As department leaders prepare phased plans to bring back employees to campus buildings, Inside talked with facilities services director Bob Currie about what's occurred in buildings closed since spring break.
Permit rates will not go up on July 1 as initially planned, and the parking service counter in the Armory will reopen June 8.
If approved, tuition won't change this fall for any Iowa State students, but the board could revisit spring semester rates in the fall.
When the pandemic emptied campus, energy reduction measures put in place saved more than a half million dollars in utilities costs in April alone.