Male teacher talks with his students outside near the Student In

First class on the first day

Michael Ford met outside with his interior design studio students early Monday morning.

Uncertain about AI in your teaching? Here's some help.

Over the last year, Iowa State has added several programs that support faculty in response to artificial intelligence and its impact on teaching courses and student learning. Here's a summary of some options.

CELT offers two new learning communities for faculty

The large enrollment and new instructor communities aim to create connections, help instructors learn from each other to overcome challenges they encounter in the classroom and celebrate successes.

Operations/finance division realigns to serve the campus

The changes are intended to strengthen how its units work together and are consistent with best practices in higher education.

Five questions with the Science Bound director

Inspired by research mentors who showed you can give back from a research lab as easily as a doctor's office, Alexis Campbell stuck with her love for research and mentoring young students.

ISU police department assists with security at Mary Greeley Medical Center

The police department provides one officer -- usually a public safety officer -- for each of three eight-hour shifts. The officer's primary responsibility is the safety of employees and patients in the emergency department.