Worker secures metal sculpture to limestone base

Back in place

Following restoration -- and a 20-month hiatus for a construction project -- the stainless steel sculpture Ice Blue returned to the east lawn of the Gerdin Business Building late last month.

Storage limits are coming to CyBox

Unlimited cloud storage for education clients is becoming obsolete, and the university's new contract with Box includes quotas for both individual and college/unit accounts. Enforcement will be phased in from January to March.

More flexibility, more features for growing digital repository

When a new open-source platform launches Jan. 19, the library's digital repository will be easier to search and to use, adding capabilities that aren't possible with the existing system and opportunity to adjust in the future.

Six researchers named AAAS fellows

This year's class of fellows was announced in the Nov. 27 issue of the journal Science. A virtual induction ceremony will be held in February.

Virtual offerings are important for extension now, into future

ISU Extension and Outreach is able to reach Iowans across the state during the pandemic with a shift to more virtual offerings. The quality of those offerings will be key going forward as extension finds the right balance between in-person and virtual events.

New 'lab' to create comprehensive strategy for student success

Iowa State is one of 10 institutions selected for the American Council on Education's Learner Success Laboratory, a 12-18 month change management process.