Monday, April 3 2006
Institute for Food Safety and Security inaugural symposium April 19
National food security experts from USDA and FDA will be featured at the first annual symposium of ISU's Institute for Food Safety and Security, April 19. They will present strategies for science-based risk analysis, decision making and communication in the areas of food safety and security.
ISU prof saved by fast-acting staff, defibrillator
Fast action by staff and a handy defribrillator saved professor Clyde Walter when he suffered a heart attack during a pickup basketball game on campus.
Stars Over Veishea: 'My Fair Lady'
"My Fair Lady" is this year's Veishea celebration production. ISU Theatre and the music department will partner with Stars Over Veishea on the musical, which will be presented April 21-22.
Archaeology team will excavate, study animal bones found at ISU Memorial Union construction site
Animal bones -- more than a century old -- were discovered March 23 by contractors who were excavating south of the Memorial Union for a planned addition to that building.
U.S. News & and World Report graduate rankings
Magazine rankings place Iowa State engineering and chemistry programs among the top 25 public universities. Iowa State's doctoral program in analytical chemistry ranked ninth among all American universities.
Sanderson to succeed retiring coach Douglas
The Iowa State athletics department will hold a press conference Friday at 11 a.m. in the Jacobson Building atrium to announce the retirement of Cyclone head wrestling coach Bobby Douglas and the hiring of associate head coach Cael Sanderson as the sixth head wrestling coach in ISU history.
ISU to host supply chain management conference
National leaders in supply chain management are speaking at Iowa State as part of a business conference on April 7.
Visiting scholar to discuss early childhood programs
Helen Raikes, a national expert on early childhood and law, will give a lecture on state standards for school readiness on April 4.
Planners seeks ideas on improving road safety
ISU planners seek input on improving pedestrian-motorist safety and experiences on campus.
Cellular drug delivery from the inside out
Delivering a dose of chemotherapy drugs to specific cancer cells without the risk of side effects to healthy cells may one day be possible, thanks to a nanoscale drug delivery system being explored by researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory.
Artist-activist will kick off design conference
Krzysztof Wodiczko, who is internationally known for his projections of activist images on public buildings, will kick off a national design education conference at Iowa State April 6.
Democratic gubernatorial candidates will participate in April 3 forum
ISU's Political Science Club and the Committee on Lectures will sponsor a Democratic gubernatorial forum with candidates Michael Blouin, Chet Culver, Ed Fallon and Sal Mohamed at 7 p.m., April 3, in the Great Hall, Memorial Union.
Allen is finalist for UNI presidential post
ISU vice president for academic affairs and provost Benjamin Allen is a finalist for the University of Northern Iowa presidency.
High-energy physics at the highest level
Iowa State University physicists are working to help design and use massive particle detectors at the world's most powerful particle collider now being built in Europe.
Veishea lineup: Dave Attell, William Hung, 15+ bands
Ousted American Idol contestant William Hung and Comedy Central's Dave Attell are part of Veishea's entertainment lineup. Among more than 15 bands on campus for the spring celebration will be the hip hop act Nappy Roots, alternative country's Cross Canadian Ragweed and pop-rock's Dazy Head Mazy. Veishea is April 17-23.