Teams in color-coded T-shirts package meals

An impactful way to celebrate soybeans

More than 50 volunteers helped the Iowa Soybean Research Center kick off Soybean Month in Iowa at a Meals from the Heartland food packaging event Aug. 2 on campus.

Digital accessibility tools prioritize inclusion

We encounter digital accessibility every day, but there's room to grow when it comes to using the available tools and understanding why digital accessibility matters for people with disabilities.

Sirna returns to EO leadership role

Mary Howell Sirna, administrative advisor and attorney on staff for ISU Police, is serving for a third time as interim director of equal opportunity and Title IX coordinator. The appointment began this week.

Mental health training, help options are still growing

Faculty and staff showed their commitment to improving mental health of students and employees with their dedication to RESPOND training this summer. Those in need often turn to trusted individuals first who can guide them to the support they need.

Bus teaser

Sliding into electric: CyRide adds two buses

CyRide added two electric buses to its fleet this summer. The 40-foot buses can cover a daylong route on a single charge. Afterward, they're plugged in to two stations housed indoors at CyRide and fully recharge in about four hours.

Wind turbine will come down next week

After more than a decade in service, the wind turbine between the university power plant and CyRide facility will be removed. Demolition is slated to conclude by Thursday, Aug. 10.