A Sousa celebration

One hundred years to the day after the John Philip Sousa Band performed at State Gym, the ISU Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band honored the anniversary and Veterans Day with an outdoor performance of "The Stars and Stripes Forever."

Recruiter support making staff job searches better and shorter

The recruiting team established in the mid-2019 shift to Workday and service delivery has made hiring staff easier, and more improvements are yet to come.

Wickert summarizes pay equity study for senate

The study found no evidence of systemic bias in faculty pay by gender or ethnicity, but pay gaps were addressed in two colleges.

Additional grant will help with pandemic costs

The new funds will reimburse IT access and connectivity projects. With other funding options, they'll help reduce the COVID-19 impact on the university operating budget.

Learning community for faculty tackles teaching, technology issues

The ISU Online Learning Community focuses on digital pedagogy and Canvas updates to help instructors engage students. Friday's online meeting focuses on improving preparation and execution of final assessments.

Transitions announced in School of Education

Director, associate director and director of graduate education are stepping down; interim leaders will be appointed.

Hilton capacity set at 10% for basketball season

Season ticket holders for the men's and women's programs will have an opportunity to purchase single-game tickets for up to seven home contests.