Between January and June, about 80 foals will be born on campus. The team at the horse barns welcomes many of the new arrivals on social media.
Iowa State Online is working on four pilot projects this semester to better assess instructor needs, define universitywide guidelines and help instructors and staff get to know each other.
The university community will celebrate the state of Iowa's first George Washington Carver Day on Feb. 1 starting at 5 p.m. in the Memorial Union Great Hall. Bookended by two receptions is a program featuring reflections on Carver's legacy and readings of some of Carver's works.
Workday Learning went live Jan. 23 and will replace Learn@ISU in September. It delivers training for faculty, staff and hourly student employees and provides better reporting options and easier access to professional development.
Funds from a jump-start project helped the Academic Success Center and colleges provide more help to students during the fall semester in Iowa State's effort to improve student retention and graduation. Senators also were informed of the impact of the latest advances in artificial intelligence in the classroom.
The task of moving student-related data from multiple legacy systems into Workday is so vast -- and so important -- that Iowa State will take the unusual step of pausing edits to the catalog for about a year to help get it done.
Turning off the service in the university Google account prevents individuals from quickly or unknowingly exceeding their individual storage quota, which was capped at 3 GB this month.