Finding their way
Thousands of incoming students and their families will be on campus this month for orientation sessions, a return to the full in-person experience for the first time since 2019.
3.1% salary increase approved
Eligible employees whose performance meets expectations will receive a 3.1% increase on July 1. A second, discretionary increase on Oct. 1, between 1% and 4%, would recognize outstanding performance.
Nine priority projects will jump-start next strategic plan
The nine emerged from campus input during the plan development process as high-priority areas that can have an immediate impact.
Extension's Lawrence announces spring retirement
John Lawrence will wrap up a 32-year university career, the last five leading ISU Extension and Outreach.
Graves reappointed as Graduate College dean
In his second term, Bill Graves will focus on graduate college operations, interdisciplinary programs and graduate student recruitment and success.
Cleaning out an office? Don't forget university archives
Summer is the busy season for university archivists, as retirees pack up their offices and campus workspaces are renovated or cleaned. Here are some tips to consider if you're wondering whether you have a trove of records worth saving.
Learner Success Lab puts focus on data to drive retention, completion
Reducing the equity gaps for retention and degree completion among underrepresented student audiences and meeting the needs of "new majority" learners -- such as first generation, low-income and transfer students -- are among specific recommendations in a summary report.
Alumna Haley Moon began serving in a new position, assistant director of federal relations, on May 31.
Nearly 400 requests approved in WorkFlex's second round
Hundreds of new WorkFlex requests were approved during the second application window for the flexible work program, according to data UHR staff shared with the Professional and Scientific Council.
Regents approve strategic facilities plan, industrial engineering building
Other June 2 agenda items included campus completion rates for free speech training, executive compensation increases and a three-year pilot that reimburses eligible employees for adoption expenses.