With an 8-1 record in conference play, Iowa State has earned its first-ever berth in the Big 12 Conference football championship game Dec. 19, when it will face Oklahoma for the second time this season.
An initial supply of COVID-19 vaccine is expected to arrive in Iowa this month, and Iowa State is preparing to help the state implement its distribution plan. The impact on campus could be significant by next fall.
Instructors are preparing courses for the first online winter session that opens Dec. 14 and concludes Jan. 21. In addition to content, establishing and maintaining a connection with students is important to its success.
As the end of 2020 approaches, so does the deadline for incurring expenses that can be paid with a flexible spending account.
The project eliminates deferred maintenance, replaces small rooms with open, daylit work spaces and gives greater visibility to additional student-focused service units in the student union.
In a presentation to the Professional and Scientific Council, a student counseling services psychologist outlined the expanding mental health options available to students. Faculty and staff play a crucial role in creating a community of care.
The university's Conflicts of Interest and Commitment disclosure form is moving Jan. 1 from AccessPlus to IRBManager, a project management system used by the office of research ethics capable of many compliance processes.
University counsel Michael Norton was invited to talk with faculty senators about free expression and the required syllabus statement instructors will begin using in the winter session. The statement addresses recent issues on campus and free speech issues on college campuses across the nation.