Patient boom a growing challenge at small animal hospital

Small animal caseloads at the Lloyd Veterinary Medical Center are surging higher, a strain on veterinarians, students and staff that may prompt changes for the 24-hour emergency service that has shouldered the brunt of the demand. 

Flu shot clinic is Oct. 4-15

The free clinic is Monday through Friday for two weeks (Oct. 4-15, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.) in the south court of State Gymnasium. All benefits-eligible employees are able to receive the vaccine without an appointment.

Therkildsens donate new industrial engineering building

Their $42 million gift commitment to the department of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering is for a new facility that will provide technologically enhanced learning and research laboratory spaces.

Kremer will oversee new building project for IMSE department

During her three-year appointment as senior director of presidential projects, Gül Kremer will report to President Wendy Wintersteen while also continuing as a professor in her department.

Senators inquire about fall semester challenges

In the Faculty Senate's first in-person meeting in 18 months on Sept. 14, senators and university leaders discussed fall planning efforts and Iowa House File 802.

Students fill grocery shelves with food items

SHOP food pantry

Food pantry celebrates 10 years, renovated space and food bank tie

SHOP will celebrate these milestones during an open house for the campus community Wednesday, Sept. 22 (10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.). You're invited.

Provost's office seeks faculty fellow to enhance high-impact practices

Surveys show that nearly 75% of Iowa State undergraduates participate in two or more HIPs during their time on campus, higher than at peer institutions. The goal is to provide even more opportunities.

Virtual experience fuels strong year of OER projects

The 2020-21 Miller Open Education Mini-Grants benefited from the experience teaching in a digital space that instructors picked up during the pandemic. 

P&S Council approves priorities for 2020-21

Improved supervisor training, reliable pay increases, a welcoming workplace, and expanded representation and recognition will be some of the top issues the Professional and Scientific Council aims to address this year.