A named suite in the Student Innovation Center

Student Innovation Center readies for August opening

A few areas in the building, intended to be one-of-a-kind space to highlight innovation, will be repurposed into classrooms initially to help ease the campus demand for instructional spaces this fall due to physical distancing requirements. Many others will open as intended.

Is your new P&S job profile the right one?

With the July 24 deadline approaching to request a job title review, the classification/compensation director offers some insight on reasons to request a review -- and why.

Hand sanitizer dispensers stand ready for distribution

Sanitizer dispensers

Keeping Cyclone hands clean this fall

By Aug. 17, facilities planning and management crews will install an estimated 250 free-standing hand sanitizer dispensers in academic and administrative buildings. The Memorial Union and auxiliary units also beefed up their plans to help keep the campus community healthy.

Corporate internship climate impacts summer enrollment

Two-thirds of the decline in undergraduate enrollment occurred in the College of Engineering, where the number of students enrolled this summer in internship courses this summer was less than half that of last summer.

Iowa State sets federal research funding record

Federal support for Iowa State research hit a record $186 million in FY20, an increase of $4.9 million over the previous year. The university attracted a total of $253 million in external research funding.

ISU Creamery's ice cream flavors pay homage to colleges

From 52 entries, the ISU Creamery announced this week the eight winners of its ice cream flavors contest. Students, faculty, staff and alumni were asked to describe and name a flavor unique to an ISU college. The new flavors will be available in the creamery's retail store this October.