Male and female student studying on the central campus lawn

A little help from a friend

Pleasant temperatures and a shaded lawn make central campus a popular study spot at this time of the semester.

Meet Jamie Sass, P&S Council president

Five questions with Jamie Sass, director of the Writing and Speaking Center in the Ivy College of Business.

Language skills help ISU police better serve community

The ISU police department aims to serve the entire community by having officers who are multilingual. The department has a Spanish speaker in addition to two Mandarin-speaking officers to better connect with faculty, staff and students on campus and in the surrounding communities. 

Some simple tips for staying secure online

Falling for a phishing attack can happen to anyone, but there are easy ways to limit your risk. Here are some suggestions from the head of the university's digital security team.

New facilities plan outlines 30 years of renewing in-demand spaces

Approved in June by the state Board of Regents, the plan emphasizes renovation when possible -- and demolition/replacement when not -- and sequences numerous projects that will impact more than 40 buildings.

Student Innovation Center's makerspaces open for possibilities

The center's makerspaces are studios, shops and labs designed for creating and available for students, faculty and staff who want to turn innovative ideas into concrete reality. The spaces are all operating this fall for the first time.

Workday update lets employees share their pronouns

Employees may select from an expanded list of individual pronouns -- and also choose whether to share their pronoun publicly with the ISU community on their worker profile.