The north lawn of the Memorial Union invites visitors under a warm June sky.
In an effort to complete classes on campus, the fall semester will start a week early and wrap up the day before Thanksgiving.
In June 29 emails, the university's 3,200 professional and scientific employees will receive their job title assignments in the new classification and compensation system. Following a review period, the goal is to add the new system to Workday on Aug. 30.
Board president Mike Richards said that goal includes in-person instruction, residence hall life, dining options, intercollegiate athletics and student activities.
In one place, a short summary of things to consider as you move back to your campus workspace.
A work group developed a document to help organizers planning ISU-sponsored events and activities hosted in campus venues.