Female student studies on the Marston Hall lawn

Study spot

After a cool April, students headed outdoors this week to soak up some heat and sun as they prepare for final exams.

University awards honor more than 70 faculty and staff

Winners will be recognized this fall for the university's annual awards in 29 categories, including a new honor for excellence in interdisciplinary team research.

Second year of inclusive classroom training focuses on belonging

Training for all faculty members will begin this fall with the goal of concluding by the end of the semester. Departments will be contacted in the next week or two to schedule a session, and choose from five scenarios to best fit their faculty.

Voices of clinic volunteers

Inside asked a handful of employee volunteers at the mass vaccination clinic to reflect on their experience -- and what they'd say to someone who hasn't signed up yet for a vaccine.

Why State Gym is the spot for vaccines

Emergency managers envisioned a mass vaccination plan that could work in that facility (and campus location), and recreation services relocated some rec programming to help make it happen.

Reminder: Town hall with senior leaders is Thursday

About a dozen leaders will attend to field participants' questions about COVID-19, vaccinations and moving toward normal campus operations.

Take a virtual tour of the Student Innovation Center

Despite opening during the pandemic, there's a lot of activity already in the 140,000-square-foot, five-level hub for experimentation, creation and collaboration. One of the sessions in the Ignite Innovation Showcase earlier this month provided a peek at the Student Innovation Center's possibilities.