Monday, July 19 2004
ISU College of Business names Accenture Faculty Fellow
ISU's College of Business has named Anthony Hendrickswon as its first Accenture Faculty Fellow in Management Information Systems. Hendrickson is associate dean of graduate programs and associate professor of management information systems. The fellowship recognizes Hendrickson's contributions to the profession, the college and to the education of students.
Two endowed professorships named
Two endowed professorship have been established in the department of natural resource econolgy and management. Steven Jungst will fill the Harmon Family Professorship in Forestry. Richard Hall will fill the Arthur L. and Frances S. Wallace Ednowed Professorship.
Poist named logistics, operations and MIS department chair
Richard Poist, professor of transportation and logistics at Iowa State, has been named department chair of logistics, operations and management information systems in the College of Business. He had served as interim chair.
OPNET software gift will give business
students an edge
Students in ISU's College of Business will soon benefit from more than $4 million worth of software that will allow them to gain practical experience in simulating and modeling telecommunications networks. The software is an in-kind gift from Bethesda, Md.-based OPNET Technologies.
External support soars to $274 million in FY 2004
Iowa State University generated more than $274 million in grants, contracts and cooperative agreements during fiscal year 2004, a record high. It's an increase of 19 percent from FY 2003's total of $230 million. The $274 million includes all contracts and grants received directly by Iowa State from federal, state and local government units, corporations and foundations. This funding is used for research, public service/extension activities, educational projects, student financial aid, buildings and equipment.
Hebert to serve as interim chair of Iowa State's Chemical Engineering department
An ISU chemical engineering professor has been appointed interim chair of his department, following nearly 20 years on faculty. Kurt Hebert will replace Charles Glatz, who has been named interim dean of the university's College of Engineering until the January arrival of Mark Kushner, the college's eighth dean.