Pono Poké brings Hawaiian flavor to MU food court
In a slot on the food court's perimeter last occupied by a self-serve cooler, a new ISU Dining restaurant serves poke, a Hawaiian dish featuring raw fish tossed with seasonings
Plans for winter session take shape
The five-week session will run weekdays from Dec. 14 to Jan. 21, with four days off for university holidays. A course list will be shared in the coming weeks.
YSS Kids Club to offer school-age child care on campus
Faculty, staff and students struggling to navigate the scheduling challenges of children remotely attending elementary school soon will have support available on campus.
Wintersteen endorses sustainability plan for campus operations
The five-year plan outlines objectives in five areas of campus operations that fit the university's mission and provide opportunities to excel. It also is supported by the University Sustainability Committee.
Video systems will soon be a classroom mainstay
A small information technology services team is outfitting every general university classroom in use this fall with a video system to record or livestream in-person teaching.
Closed-captioning service available through central source
Negotiated with the buying power of all three regent universities, the service is best suited for recorded videos more than 20 minutes in length.
Extension finds new ways to reach Iowans
ISU Extension and Outreach is getting information to Iowans through the "Tips from an Expert" Facebook Live series. The live events give anyone a chance to get questions answered by extension experts.
New option available for voluntary retirement savings
Employees have a new option for socking away retirement savings via payroll deductions, as a 457(b) plan has been added to the university's voluntary retirement savings program.