Thursday, January 20 2005
Music marathon Friday
The ISU Wind Ensemble will perform non-stop music from 4 to 10 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21, to raise funds for a summer tour.
Report recommends restructuring of information technology services
A proposal to combine four central information technology units is among a series of recommendations aimed at restructuring IT services at Iowa State University.
ISU design programs rank high
Iowa State's undergraduate programs in architecture, landscape architecture and interior design are among the best in the nation, according to a survey by DesignIntelligence, a monthly publication for leaders in design professions.
Hoffman returns to campus for Jan. 22 talk
University of Colorado president and former ISU dean Elizabeth Hoffman returns to campus Jan. 22 for a talk on women and leadership.
Book examines sex, gender attitudes toward educators
A new book by ISU education professor Jackie Blount questions subtle discriminatory practices by school districts against educators whose sexuality and gender cross conventional boundaries.
Room to grow entrepreneurs
Twice as many students will be able to be part of a new entrepreneurship learning community.
Virtual reality tours Jan. 21
Visitors can tour the Virtual Reality Applications Center's C4 facility in Black Engineering Friday, Jan. 21. Tours are 30 minutes long and may be scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m. A tour may include up to 15 people. To schedule a tour, contact VRAC, (515) 294-3092.
Lego robot tourney Jan. 22
What inspires a 10-year old to want to be an engineer when she grows up? It could be the fun she had designing and building a LEGO robot for a FIRST LEGO League tournament. Iowa State's College of Engineering will host the state's tournament between 50 teams, Jan. 22.