Iowa State's campus services team is corralling lots of leaves this time of year -- several tons each day.
New program taps into student-to-student connection
Thrive@ISU is a confidential program that helps students identify well-being issues they're struggling with, through conversation with a trained graduate student, and then develop an action plan for improvement.
Boyles named faculty fellow for high impact practices
The Greenlee School faculty member will serve for two years as the inaugural fellow in this important area of the Iowa State student experience.
Directors of multicultural student success: Teamwork across the university
The growing workload in the position previously called a multicultural liaison officer focuses on college-based student support. But directors of multicultural student success also contribute to diversity, equity and inclusion efforts throughout campus.
Additional holidays confirmed for Nov. 24, Dec. 23
University employees' fall and winter breaks got a little longer with this week's confirmation of two additional paid holidays, awarded Nov. 9 to all state employees by Gov. Kim Reynolds. Iowa State will implement them Wednesday, Nov. 24, and Thursday, Dec. 23.
Program provides bleeding control supplies and training
A new initiative that touches every corner of campus hopefully will never be needed. ISU Police and EHS have partnered to bring the national Stop the Bleed campaign to Iowa State, installing nearly 140 bleeding control kits in locations across campus.
Be ready when the snow starts falling
Winter weather will impact campus soon. Here are tips on where to park after significant snowfall, how to deal with trouble ice spots and moving safely across campus.