A first-of-its-kind first day

One-hundred and fifty days after in-person instruction was suspended at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, students returned to campus this week for a first day of class unlike any other. 

Customized workbooks will deliver research financial reports to faculty

The individual report sets -- called workbooks -- will be delivered to every ISU faculty member, who will access and read their workbook in Workday's Drive option. They'll also have the option to download it as an Excel or PDF document.

Toyia Younger head shot

Toyia Younger


Toyia Younger's first day as Iowa State's new senior vice president for student affairs coincided with the first day of fall semester.

University Library adds, modifies services to assist users

University Library has reopened with several new features and services to help its visitors while keeping the safety of everyone at the forefront.

Graphic of daily symptom check reminder

An update on the COVID-19 daily symptom checker

A campus team continues to tweak the daily survey based on feedback from users and has made several improvements since Monday.

Videos are a common focus in new round of OER grants

This year's Miller Open Education Minigrants will fund nine open educational resources projects, creating free course content tailored for use in Iowa State classes and available to instructors around the world.  

Renaming committee begins its work

Iowa State's Committee to Establish Principles on Renaming began its work earlier this month by reviewing similar policy efforts at a handful of large universities.