Students walk outside Black Engineering amid orange leaves

Colors that say 'welcome'

Central campus is transitioning from greens and yellows to vibrant hues just in time to help welcome thousands of Cyclone guests for Family Weekend, Oct. 14-16.

October brings first chance, final shot for debt relief programs

For Iowa State employees with student loan debt, October is a big month. Borrowers can apply for a one-time reduction of student loan debt up to $20,000. They also have until Oct. 31 to take advantage of temporarily relaxed requirements for a different federal loan relief program.

Patrick Klepcyk head shot


Five questions with the invention expert

Patrick Klepcyk leads the Office of Innovation Commercialization, an umbrella for two workhorse units that seek uses for research inventions: The ISU Research Foundation and the Office of Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer.

Workshops will share progress in WorkCyte Phase II

Employees whose jobs are impacted by the new function in Workday will receive an invitation to a specific workshop. But all employees are welcome at any of the workshops, which will be hosted on Webex and archived.

A follow up on COACHE faculty survey results

Faculty ranked ISU in the top two of the peer group in 19 categories, in the middle in five and in the bottom of one -- department collegiality -- where it ranked fifth out of six.

Strong donor support makes FY22 third-highest giving year in history

Thousands of students benefited from the generosity of 44,491 Iowa State alumni and friends who contributed nearly $230 million to Iowa State during the fiscal year that ended June 30.

P&S Council learns about Workday training in development

New and existing cost center and business unit managers will have comprehensive, on-demand training available in Workday to better assist them with a multitude of tasks. Previously their training came from things like desk manuals or word of mouth. The first of three levels of training is set to launch in January.