Class meets in large tent on the library quad

Airy classrooms available

Faculty, staff and students can use a dozen tents erected on lawns across campus for classes, tutoring sessions, instructor's office hours, group projects and student organization gatherings. Find out how.

Review committee delves into Catt files

Over the summer, history consultants assembled more than 200 files about Carrie Chapman Catt and the suffrage movement from collections and repositories across the country. Review committee members received the materials last month.



Mother-daughter faculty duo enjoys shared experience

Cornell and Angie Brellenthin are perhaps the first parent-child faculty pair to serve simultaneously at the university. A family love of education eventually led both to Ames.

Free speech training, survey are in the works

Regents staff are coordinating plans for annual free speech training and a biennial free speech survey on Iowa's three public university campuses.

New learning paths give shape to LinkedIn courses

UHR has created 14 learning paths in LinkedIn Learning, providing employees guided, multi-course plans to address common professional development requests and needs. All faculty and staff have unlimited 24/7 access to LinkedIn's expansive training catalog.