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Students defend their computer networks
Teams of Iowa State students will work overtime during Iowa State's first Cyber Defense Competition. Students will keep a network running, fend off hacker attacks and try to impress judges during the 27-hour competition.
Public will decide if mural will be installed
The College of Design seeks community feedback on the winning entry in phase one of its "Unity Mural" competition.
Getting students excited about transportation
High school students will drive a semi, maneuver a mini excavator and use global positioning technology to complete a scavenger hunt. It's all part of the second annual Transportation Career Fair.
Physicist on 'History of the Universe'
E.N. Economou, professor of physics at the University of Crete in Greece, will talk about "The History of the Universe" at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 19, in Memorial Union Great Hall.
Art, engineering unite in interactive dance
Iowa State's Virtual Reality Applications Center and an Ames dance company will create a unique dance performance.
Entrepreneur forum is April 15
Jamie Myers, vice president of Regency Homes, West Des Moines, will discuss entrepreneurship, innovation and customer satisfaction at noon, Friday, April 15, in the Gallery Room, Memorial Union.
4-H center offers free summer camp to military kids
The Iowa 4-H Center will host one of 22 Operation Purple Camps offered in 18 states to serve children whose parents are deployed with the U.S. Armed Forces. The camps provide children with fun and opportunities to learn new skills for coping with deployment-related stress ("purple" is a military term representing inclusion of all branches).
Community activities, cherry pies abound in April
ISU students will sell 9,000 cherry pies, build three playgrounds in Ames and hold a kids' carnival before the spring football game. It's all part of a busy April, packed with numerous events planned by and for students.
Iowa State students float on concrete
Iowa State University students will race their concrete canoe in a regional competition later this month. And it really floats.
Solar car unveiling April 16
Iowa State University students are working long hours to get their latest solar car ready for July's race from Texas to Canada. They've named their car Fusion and will unveil it April 16.
First Amendment celebration April 10-16
A slate of public events are part of the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication's celebration of the First Amendment April 10-16.
Veterinary Medicine college celebrates 125th
This year marks the 125th anniversary of the College of Veterinary Medicine, the nation's oldest public veterinary college and the first veterinary college west of the Mississippi.
Plan for pets when planning vacation
Taking FiFi and Fluffy on vacation is easier than it used to be, but still requires plenty of advance work, says ISU veterinarian Kim Langholz. She offers tips for including pets in your vacation.
Pet care seminar April 26
ISU community practice veterinarians will offer a basic pet care seminar for pet owners April 26.
Iowa State alumnus Ted Kooser wins Pulitzer
Ted Kooser, ISU alumnus and U.S. poet laureate, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for poetry on April 4 for his latest collection of poems, "Delights and Shadows."
Biosafety symposium April 19
Issues surrounding the safe production of genetically modified foods will be discussed by leading experts at a symposium April 19.
Student fashion show is April 16
Textiles and clothing students will show their creations at their annual fashion show April 16.
To the rescue
The ISU HelpVan offers free assistance to motorists on campus.
In the news
Americans & GM foods
Lisa Lorenzen, biotech industry liaison at Iowa State, says most Americans haven't worried about GM foods because they trust the regulatory system. Lorezen and Patrick Schnable, director of ISU's Center for Plant Genomics are part of a story on GM foods on grocery shelves.
Building a better lineup
ISU psychology professor Gary Wells, who has been advocating sequential police lineups for almost 30 years, says that method will become dominant in the next few years. Viewing suspect photos one at a time, rather than side by side, can significantly minimize the chance of mistakes and misidentification, Wells' research shows.
Gymnasts to nationals
Cyclone gymnasts qualify for the NCAA national competition.
Sanderson to appear on ESPN show
Assistant wrestling coach and Olympic champion Cael Sanderson will appear on ESPN's "I'd Do Anything" scheduled to air May 23.