Snow falls on students near Enrollment Services Center.

Just messing with us

Mother Nature sent a reminder Tuesday that spring typically arrives in fits and starts.

Workday go-live date moved to 2019

President Wendy Wintersteen has approved a new implementation timeline that focuses on delivering a high-quality project and acknowledges the workload of ISU staff tasked with the project.  

Spring undergraduate commencement to become two ceremonies

Two smaller ceremonies address student wishes, the guest experience, weather variables and ceremony length while requiring minimal adjustments to the final exam schedule. 

The kitty poster rule and other free speech reminders

At a recent workshop, university counsel Michael Norton outlined how First Amendment and academic freedom protections come into play on campus. Read up on some of the basics. 

"Cooperation" pole banner

'Principles' banners

Look up

An Emerging Leaders Academy team developed Morrill Road banners on the Principles of Community for its class project.

How ISU's ombuds officer can and can't help

Wonder if you're striking the right tone in a sensitive email? Need a go-between to help facilitate a tough conversation? Distraught at work and trying to figure out your options Those are the types of issues Iowa State ombuds officer Deanna Clingan-Fischer helps employees address, she told the Professional and Scientific Council at its March 1 meeting.