Female members of the Iowa State Singers rehearse outdoors

Together again

May-like temperatures gave the Iowa State Singers their first full-choir rehearsal of the semester this week -- on the plaza outside Simon Estes Music Hall.

Thielen partners with public health to offer limited COVID-19 vaccine

In support of Story County Public Health, Thielen Student Health Center is distributing a limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine to eligible ISU employees who are being contacted directly. Employees eligible under the state's phased distribution strategy still should consult their doctor or pharmacist about availability.

Wickert discusses fall semester planning at Faculty Senate

Senior vice president and provost Jonathan Wickert shared some early planning regarding instruction and university operations for fall semester. Assuming vaccinations are widespread, the goal is for in-person classes, labs and studios to return to pre-pandemic levels.

Pandemic precautions, helpful colleagues take sting out of Ross Hall fire

There's no good time to have a fire empty out a six-story academic building for months. But if it's going to happen, this year probably is the best timing imaginable.   

Workday Student to launch in stages in 2023 and 2024

The four-year project to expand Workday to student information and billing is kicking into high gear, with a timeline that calls for a five-part launch over 18 months beginning in June 2023.

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Athletic trainers

Connection with tourney shines light on Iowa State athletic trainers

Iowa State athletic trainers have provided their services to the state wrestling tournament for nearly 50 years. It is a four-day experience they organize and execute that allows them to put skills learned in the classroom into practice. 

Workday service interruption precedes semiannual upgrade

The Workday platform will be unavailable 1-9 a.m. Saturday for implementation of  the company's first upgrade of 2021.