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Monday, January 9 2006


Patch now to combat Windows critical vulnerability

A new Windows vulnerability allows malicious programs to execute on Windows systems. This is a very serious vulnerability; you should patch your computer immediately.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Advancing One Community Award winners named

Carlie Tartakov and the YWCA Ames-ISU are recipients of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Advancing One Community Award


Calendar art exhibit Jan. 17-31

Work by Frederick Remington, Maxfield Parrish and Maynard Reece are featured in a gallery show from a Red Oak company believed to be the birthplace of calendar art.

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Bids for food service contract available for review

Proposals submitted by four food service management organizations bidding to operate Iowa State's food service program will be available for review, beginning Jan. 9.

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Visioning program communities selected

Twelve Iowa towns have been selected to participate in the award-winning community visioning program this year. ISU's landscape architecture extension is one of the program's sponsors.

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Student will study hunger issues Uganda

Davenport native and Iowa State student Amber Herman will study and do research aimed at fostering agriculture during a trip to Uganda this semester.

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100 years of materials science at Iowa State

Iowa State University's Department of Materials Science and Engineering is celebrating 100 years of teaching and innovation.

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Dean of students candidates announced

Six finalists have been named in the search for a new dean of students at Iowa State.

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