Welcome, spring semester
Custodial teams around campus are disinfecting and prepping classrooms for the start of spring classes on Monday.
Patience is crucial as campus awaits wider distribution of vaccine
The innovative vaccines approved to protect against COVID-19 are safe and effective but unfortunately still relatively scarce, leaving the timeline for campuswide availability out of the university's control.
Testing remains key piece of COVID-19 mitigation plan
Testing at Johnny's in Hilton Coliseum for staff, faculty and students with symptoms will be supplemented by strategic testing of asymptomatic individuals based on campus trends and needs.
Forum provides tips for managing pandemic emotions
Five panelists participated in the virtual event to help ISU employees deal with the pandemic's psychological toll. They addressed strategies for combating stress and anger as well as methods to find balance in daily life.
The little things make faculty mentoring program stand out
January is National Mentoring Month. A look at ISU's faculty mentoring program indicates it's helpful to tenure-track faculty settling into a new environment, but it also provides an avenue for addressing the less formal questions and concerns.