Wednesday, August 31 2005
Women's basketball schedule final
Iowa State's 2005-06 women's basketball schedule has been finalized with the addition of six televised games, including two Fox Sports Net broadcasts and four Mediacom telecasts.
Students organize relief for Katrina victims
Iowa State students will collect donations for the victims of Hurricane Katrina at various locations on campus Sept. 1.
Reiman Gardens to celebrate 10 years
Reiman Gardens will celebrate its 10-year anniversary Sept. 17-18 with free admission Saturday and a barbecue dinner the same night.
Some of the student artists who worked on the "Unity" mural outside the College of Design were on hand for the Aug. 30 mural celebration. The mural celebrates Iowa State and Ames' new "one community" theme.
Beam signing to launch work on success center
The public is invited to a ceremonial beam signing of the Hixson-Lied Student Success Center, Thursday, Sept. 8, at 1 p.m. The ceremony will take place on the building site, south of Fisher-Nickell Hall.
Panel features ISU alumni
Iowa State alums return to Ames to discuss the future of business and technology
Book looks at Kahn architecture
In his new book, ISU's Thomas Leslie takes a fresh look at one of the most influential architects of the late 20th century.
Winning technology for noise reduction
An Iowa State spin-off company has won a $440,000 grant from the NSF to develop its unique noise-reduction technologies.
ISU establishes center for computational intelligence
A new Iowa State center will study how massive data sets can be integrated, analyzed and interpreted to advance collaborative science and research.
Private support for ISU grows 30 percent
For the second consecutive year, a record number of donors have committed more than $82 million in private support for Iowa State. For FY05, the ISU Foundation reported a 30 percent increase in new gifts and future commitments over the previous year.
ISU receives $3 million for bioinformatics
The National Science Foundation has awarded Iowa State a $3 million grant for graduate studies in computational molecular biology.