Friday, June 24 2005
ISU experts can comment on mad cow disease
Iowa State University experts can provide perspective on the latest developments in mad cow disease, also known as bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE).
Engineers to protect Madison County bridges
Iowa State engineers are developing round-the-clock monitoring technology to help protect the bridges of Madison County.
Sanderson nominated for ESPY
Assistant wrestling coach and 2004 Olympic gold medalist Cael Sanderson is nominated for the ESPY Awards "Best Male Olympic Performance."
Ames Lab gets $1.6 million to study hydrogen fuel
A team of Ames Laboratory researchers are looking for ways to make hydrogen a viable alternative fuel for vehicles, thanks to a $1.6 million Hydrogen Fuel Initiative grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Demolition work under way at Storms, Knapp halls
Contractors are working to prepare Knapp and Storms residence halls for implosion between July 19 and 21.
Dean of students search begins
Sharon McGuire, assistant dean of students and director of the Academic Success Center, has been named interim dean of students, effective July 1. A national search to fill the dean of students position is under way.
White named interim dean of new college
Pam White will serve as interim dean of the new College of Human Sciences in its inaugural two months.
Ribbon-tying event to mark founding of college
Iowa State University will mark the founding of the College of Human Sciences with a ceremonial ribbon-tying event at 10 a.m. Friday, July 1, on Osborn Drive between MacKay Hall and Lagomarcino Hall.
Sarkar lobbies for research funding
Partha Sarkar, associate professor of aerospace engineering, talked to congressional staff members about his tornado and wind research in a "Science 101" seminar June 20 in Washington, D.C.
Interim director named for arts and humanities center
Brenda Daly, University Professor of English, has been appointed interim director of the Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities.
Device provides directions via cell phones, handhelds
A team of Iowa State students has come up with a way for airports -- or any other large operation -- to forward useful directions and messages to your cell phone or handheld computer.