Monday, November 7 2005
ISU/Ames community to host summit on preventing disturbances
The City of Ames, Iowa State University and its Government of the Student Body will host the National Summit on Preventing Civil Disturbances Nov. 10-11 at ISU's Memorial Union.
Farming that improves the environment
Iowa State researchers say partially burning some of the residue left in corn fields produces products that can be used to improve soil fertility, boost in-soil storage of greenhouse gases and reduce the amount of natural gas used to produce anhydrous ammonia fertilizer.
Author of ENRON scandal book to speak at ISU
A senior New York Times reporter and author of the current bestseller about the ENRON scandal "Conspiracy of Fools: A True Story," will speak Thursday, Nov. 10.
Kanthasamy named Lloyd Professor
Biomedical scientist Anumantha Kanthasamy, who researches the link between Parkinson's disease and agrochemicals, has been named W. Eugene and Linda R. Lloyd Endowed Professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine.
President, plant sciences director on "Talk"
President Gregory Geoffroy and Stephen Howell, director of the Plant Sciences Institute, will be guests during the 9-10 a.m. hour of WOI Radio's "Talk of Iowa" Nov. 8 (AM 640). Questions can be sent in advance to email@example.com.
Federal Reserve Bank official to speak
A nationally recognized expert on rural economic analysis and policy studies and ISU alumnus is the speaker for the Robert Stafford Lecture Series on Banking. He will discuss the global economic race Nov. 10.
Kawaler elected fellow of science association
The American Association for the Advancement of Science recognized Iowa State's Steve Kawaler for his study of stars, his work directing the Whole Earth Telescope and his classroom teaching.
Community visioning program honored
The Iowa's Living Roadways Community Visioning Program has been named the 2005 Outstanding Program by the Iowa Chapter of the American Planning Association. The program was developed by Julia Badenhope, associate professor of landscape architecture
State dollars will help Iowa State University commercialize campus research
Iowa State University will use state economic development dollars to support short-term projects at six companies, award grants to university projects with high potential for commercialization and support Iowa State offices that provide technology transfer services.