Three female choral ensembles, Cantamus, Lyrica and Count Me In, performed Oct. 4 on the Parks Library steps, as part of the library's Monday Monologues series highlighting faculty and student voices.
Under the new WorkFlex program announced to supervisors this week, staff will have options for flexible work arrangements should they make sense for their job duties and the university's mission.
Teaching professor Alan Constant said "yes" when a student groom and bride-to-be asked him to officiate at their wedding.
The annual flu shot clinic for university employees continues in through Friday, Oct. 15 (9 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays, with the first hour reserved for high-risk individuals).
Across the university, limiting system changes will be a top priority during the next four years, the implementation window for WorkCyte Phase II. Help is available to assess the impact of your proposed changes.
Providing on-demand fitness videos went from a supplement for in-person exercise to a necessity during the pandemic. Rec services' subscription service has 36 videos available to anyone with a Net-ID.
A new vendor is handling all requests for sign language interpretation for ISU employees, providing a reliable process for accommodating faculty and staff who are deaf or hard of hearing.