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ISU student among Glamour's top 10 college women
Angela Groh, president of ISU's student body and senior political science major, was named by Glamour magazine this week as one of the top 10 college women in America. The award recognizes leadership on campus, involvement in the community, academic excellence and personal goals.
Pets suffer from effects of aging
An ISU veterinarian offers tips on caring for aging pets.
Donations sought at Saturday's game
ISU's student body government (GSB) and the American Red Cross will accept Katrina relief donations (monetary only) during the ISU-Iowa game on Saturday. Four stations will be set-up inside Jack Trice Stadium to collect funds throughout the game.
Fall enrollment: 25,741
Student enrollment at Iowa State this fall is 25,741. Enrollment numbers reflect the most ethnically diverse on record. Total U.S. minority student enrollment is 2,123 (8.2 percent of the student population).
About 80,000 fans are expected to gather in and around Jack Trice Stadium for Saturday's Iowa State-Iowa football clash. Here are some tips for avoiding traffic snarls and arriving at the game safely.
Worms in space
Iowa State University students will launch four experimental balloons that will carry payloads of tiny roundworms some 20 miles above central Iowa this week.
Katrina disrupts grain markets, shipments
Hurricane Katrina's attack on the southeastern United States is affecting grain prices and delivery in Iowa, says Robert Wisner, Iowa State University Extension economist.
Engineers build latest technology into I-235 bridges
Some very smart bridges are telling engineers just exactly how they're holding up. Engineers from ISU's Bridge Engineering Center have helped the Iowa DOT monitor and evaluate three sensor-loaded bridges as part of the I-235 reconstruction project in Des Moines.
Researcher contributes computer expertise to chimp genome project
Xiaoqiu Huang's computer software used 100 computers working simultaneously to assemble a draft of the chimpanzee genome.
Leading creativity researcher to speak Sept. 8
A leading creative thinker, who will speak at Iowa State Sept. 8, thinks everyone is capable of creativity.
Researchers will tackle plant diseases with NSF grant
Iowa State researchers have been awarded a $2 million grant by the National Science Foundation to study disease defenses in agricultural crops.
Women's basketball schedule final
Iowa State's 2005-06 women's basketball schedule has been finalized with the addition of six televised games, including two Fox Sports Net broadcasts and four Mediacom telecasts.
Reiman Gardens to celebrate 10 years
Reiman Gardens will celebrate its 10-year anniversary Sept. 17-18 with free admission Saturday and a barbecue dinner the same night.
Workers clean up downed tree near the Metallurgy building.
Severe weather causes some damage on campus
High winds and pounding rain caused property damage and minor injuries on the Iowa State campus Sept. 8.
Windows at Wallace-Wilson residence halls beam a message to Cyclone fans this week.
'Beat Iowa' Week
A pep rally, T-shirt sales and more are part of preparations for Saturday's Iowa State-Iowa matchup at Jack Trice Stadium.
In the news
Solar charges to go
Iowa State researchers are developing wearable solar charges for your cell phone, digital camera or music player.
B-schools that do it their way
Iowa State's MBA with a minor in sustainable agriculture, the only graduate-level program of its kind in the country, is one of a handful of specialized programs cited in Business Week.
Ag school confidential
U.S. News: America's Best Colleges
"At premier ag schools like Iowa State, old stereotypes about colleges of agriculture have little in common with the broad-based, interdisciplinary education [Betsy] Hertz and her fellow students encounter."
High service ranking for Iowa State
Iowa State ranks 34th nationally in The Washington Monthly's community and national service-based ratings of colleges and universities.