suspended worker cleans press box windows in stadium

Shining up the stadium

A lone window washer cleaned the glass exterior of the press tower at Jack Trice Stadium earlier this week. Saturday marks the season opener for both the Cyclone football team and Cyclone Marching Band.

Initial vote supports Catt's name on building

The committee's early vote was 9-6 to keep the suffragist's name on Catt Hall. A final vote will follow 60 days of public comment.

Spalding appointed to lead economic development unit

David Spalding, who also leads the Ivy College of Business, had served as interim vice president for economic development and industry relations since May 2018.

A reminder: Guidelines for faculty and staff on political activity

University employees may participate fully in political activities if they are acting on their own behalf and using personal time and personal resources.

Patrick Wall

Patrick Wall

Meet Patrick Wall, P&S Council president

Five questions with Patrick Wall, beef field specialist for ISU Extension and Outreach.

Search commences for equal opportunity director

Heather Smith, associate general counsel in the office of general counsel, is leading a campus committee that will support the recruitment and selection process.

Second command center adds to campus safety

Located in the Communications Building, the room will serve as the primary post for several football games this fall. It strengthens ISU's ability to respond to major events and provides important security redundancies.

Audiovisual experience team offers award-winning services

From live streaming events and keeping the general classrooms updated to resolving hundreds of support tickets annually, the audiovisual experience team's here-to-help mission earned it the title of 2023 Higher Ed AV Team of the Year.