(Above) Bees circle in flight around a student (left) and ISU Extension and Outreach specialist Randall Cass as they examine hive frames Aug. 27 in the Bee Biology, Management and Beekeeping class, Entomology/Biology 358X. (Below) Associate professor of ecology, evolution and organismal biology Amy Toth (in pink jacket) instructs students. Four hives moved from the university's horticulture farm north of Ames to the prairie area north of the Environmental Health and Safety Services Building created a beekeeping classroom.
Beekeeping classroom comes to 13th Street
September 03, 2020
Retirements and farewells
Arts and events
Carillon model is on display in Sukup Hall
Students will work on finishing touches for the portable, playable campanile/carillon model.
Virtual forum series with innovatators launches Sept. 11.