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Friday, March 25 2005


Veishea will be back in 2006

Iowa State's traditional spring Veishea celebration will resume in 2006, with changes, President Gregory Geoffroy announced March 23. Geoffroy said he seriously considered eliminating the event, but concluded that students should be given another opportunity to make Veishea a success.

News release | President's statement

Political scientists to discuss foreign policy

Four political science experts will examine the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and other foreign policy issues during a March 31 panel discussion.

News release.

Sociologist's book on career criminals

In his book, "Career Criminals in Society", ISU sociologist Matt DeLisi advocates devoting more resources to prevention programs for children and adolescents and fewer on career criminals.

News release.

Professor to study impact of community colleges

Studies sponsored by the Iowa Department of Education will assess the economic impact of Iowa community colleges for parents, students and taxpayers.

News release.

Student earns national research award

An ISU student's award-winning study shows financial grants are key to low-income students earning bachelor degrees.

News release.

Speaker will discuss women's world leadership

Laura Liswood, an authority on women's world leadership, will speak on campus March 29.

News release.

Business conference is April 1

Experts on global entrepreneurship and supply chain management will be part of the April 1 Voorhees Business Conference.

News release.

Children's health experts to speak

A March 28 public symposium will feature three experts on improving children's health.

News release.

Handling kids' challenging behavior is speech topic

Judith Carta, a nationally recognized expert on early childhood behavior, will offer strategies for dealing with youngsters' challenging behavior in a March 28 talk.

News release.

More than one-third of online footnotes disappear, researchers find

Faculty in ISU's Greenlee School of Journalism found that more than 33 percent of links to Web citations in professional journals have disintegrated within four years. The new study, by Greenlee School director Michael Bugeja and assistant professor Daniela Dimitrova, is featured in the current issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education.

News release.