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Human Sciences dean finalists to visit ISU
The first two of four candidates for dean of the new College of Human Sciences will visit the Iowa State campus next week.
Students awarded Pappajohn Scholarships
Ten ISU students enrolled in entrepreneurial programs have received $1,000 scholarships from the John and Mary Pappajohn Scholarship Fund.
Open forums set for residence director candidates
Four finalists have been named in the search for a new department of residence director.
Researchers follow bobcats
Researchers from Iowa State and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources are monitoring the comings and goings of eight bobcat mothers in south central Iowa. The bobcats have been fitted with radio collars.
Expert to discuss virtual schooling
Technology expert Ray Rose will discuss national trends in virtual schooling and emerging technologies Friday, April 22.
Distinguished, University professors named
Six faculty members have been awarded the titles of Distinguished Professor or University Professor at Iowa State.
Students charged with theft
Iowa State University Police have charged three former ISU employees with theft following an investigation at the Memorial Union parking ramp.
Tulip time at Reiman Gardens
Nearly 20,000 tulips are in bloom in the outdoor beds at Reiman Gardens. Daily hours at the gardens are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Visitors 17 years old and younger are admitted free during April.
A long look at Iowa
The spring issue of VISIONS magazine, now available online, looks at the critical role Iowa State plays in the economy and quality of life in the state, at the future of Iowa agriculture and industry, and at some of ISU's brightest young alumni.
Pulitzer Prize winner will read on campus
Ted Kooser, ISU alumnus, U.S. poet laureate and recent Pulitzer Prize winner, will give a reading at Iowa State April 21.
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.
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.
Pet care seminar April 26
ISU community practice veterinarians will offer a basic pet care seminar for pet owners April 26.
Hundreds of ISU students joined community members to build three playgrounds in Ames April 16. The project was organized by the student group that would have planned the spring Veishea celebration, which was suspended this year.
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.
Coach Bill Fennelly's contract extended to 2011.
National Cyclone Club has scheduled local outings.
The Cyclone football team will play Army Sept. 23.