Because of increased testing for forever chemicals in drinking water, Ames water officials know the city water meets proposed federal standards for allowable levels of the chemicals. Graduate student (and city part-time employee) Daria Dilparic analyzes Ames water samples to ensure its safety.
The parking system upgrade adds convenience for customers and greatly improves operations efficiencies.
More than 90% of employees who responded to the survey feel the benefits offered by the university meet their needs.
In this inaugural annual process, selected projects will be funded starting July 1.
Members of the campus community are invited to send nominations of talented candidates to any member of the search committee.
A national search has begun, with the goal of welcoming the next associate vice president for campus life and residence director by the start of fall semester.
The first rollout of the project starts in June. The WorkCyte program team chose a phased implementation to ease users into the software.
Senior vice president for operations and finance Shawn Norman is doing an assessment of the division in three areas: operations, budget model and communications.