Beautiful campus trees shed mounds of crispy leaves each fall for campus services employees to move.
On her second Monday on the job, President Wendy Wintersteen sat down with Inside to talk about what she plans to do, how she plans to do it and a few other topics.
A university president's spouse typically has a role in ceremonies and fundraising, and Robert Waggoner, husband of President Wendy Wintersteen, will be no exception.
Jim Kurtenbach, a tenured associate professor of accounting, plans to return to the College of Business. Kristen Constant, Morrill Professor and chair of the materials science and engineering department will serve as interim vice president and chief information officer, effective Dec. 1.
A new university office dedicated to race and ethnicity training and programming will include coordinating the Thomas L. Hill Iowa State Conference on Race and Ethnicity and Iowa State's participation in the annual National Conference on Race and Ethnicity.
Also on the Dec. 6 agenda: Faculty professional development assignments for FY19 and parking lot improvements adjacent to Hilton Coliseum.
President Wendy Wintersteen and her husband expect to move into the Knoll, the campus home for Iowa State's first family, sometime in December. The timing of the move will be coordinated with maintenance and updating projects in the private residence areas.
Iowa State's FY19 requests remain unchanged from September: $5 million in incremental operating support and multi-year funding to build a new Veterinary Diagnostic Lab.