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Graduation weekend

Four to six years after fall record-setting enrollments, Iowa State is slated to graduate its largest spring class ever.

Minimal Workday training required for many

For thousands of employees, Workday training will require only a couple hours of online training available on demand from anywhere.

Library's 24/7 hours mean all-nighters for employees, too

Students haven't been the only ones pulling all-nighters lately. Keeping the library open around-the-clock at the end of the semester requires some University Library faculty and staff to work overnight hours.

Changes ahead for teaching assessments, grad assistantships administration

Task force recommendations shared at the May 7 Faculty Senate meeting move away from using end-of-semester student teaching evaluations as the primary assessment method.

Rico-Gutierrez reappointed as Design dean

Luis Rico-Gutierrez's third five-year term will extend his service through 2024.

Somani to serve in interim role during Engineering dean transition

Associate dean for research Arun Somani will serve as interim dean for the two-week transition between dean Sarah Rajala's retirement and incoming dean W. Samuel Easterling's arrival.

P&S Council delays vote on hiring and employment policy

The Professional and Scientific Council will wait until its June meeting to decide whether to endorse a proposed new policy and guidelines outlining procedures for seeking, hiring and promoting employees.

Meet the next Emerging Leaders Academy cohort

Thirty faculty and P&S staff have been chosen for the 2019-20 class, the program's 11th.