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Thursday, December 30 2004


ISU's Larch Hall sustains damage from frozen,
broken pipes

Larch Hall, part of a residence complex on the east side of the Iowa State University campus, sustained an undetermined amount of water damage on Christmas day due to broken pipes.

News release.

Regents Universities Iowa Job Fair Jan. 7

The annual Regents Universities Iowa Job Fair will be held Jan. 7 at the Polk County Convention Complex. The fair, hosted by alumni associations at Iowa State, University of Iowa and the University of Northern Iowa, connects Iowa employers with Iowans seeking jobs. More on the job fair | Des Moines Register article.

'Grow Your Small Market Farm' business planning program set

A business-planning program designed for farm businesses and people who are interested in raising specialty livestock, poultry, vegetables, herbs, flowers or prairie and native grass seed will be held at Iowa State University beginning Jan. 15. "Grow Your Small Market Farm" is sponsored by the Iowa Small Business Development Center, an outreach unit of Iowa State's College of Business. Cost is $395 per business. Participants will write a business plan, learn about the specialty food industry, use Quick Books Pro and develop business-marketing materials

News release.

Iowa State students head to Antarctica

A group of 12 Iowa State University students is heading to Antarctica for winter break. The trip is one of several offered through the College of Agriculture's study abroad program. Elicia Grace, Rockton, Ill., is among those making the trip. A genetics and microbiology major, Grace said, "There's a lot of breakthrough bacteria research being conducted in Antarctica and I'd like to get a feel for the ecology there."

News release.

Two ISU colleges will be combined

ISU's colleges of Education and Family and Consumer Sciences will join forces July 1, 2005, to become the College of Human Sciences.

News release.