Tuesday, April 25 2006
ISU commencement May 5-6
An estimated 3,224 students will receive degrees from Iowa State during spring commencement events scheduled for May 5-6 on campus.
Geoffroy lauds "highly successful" Veishea
Veishea 2006 was "highly successful" and among the best in the 84-year history of the event, ISU President Gregory Geoffroy said in an April 23 statement.
Living cardinal and gold dream
Full-time student says he's living his dream as Cyclone writer and cable and radio regular.
Mumps vaccine clinic at ISU, other county locations
Free mumps vaccinations will be available at three Story County locations, including the Iowa State University campus, for people ages 18 to 22 who have not completed the MMR (measles-mumps-rubella) series.
Iowa State engineer to tell Senate committee to think beyond ethanol from corn
Iowa State's Robert C. Brown will tell a U.S. Senate committee on Wednesday, April 26, that corn and soybeans won't be able to produce enough renewable fuels to significantly reduce the country's oil imports.
Small-town program has big-time impact
The quality of life in 113 of Iowa's smallest towns has improved thanks to Iowa's Living Roadways Community Visioning Program. The one-of-a-kind program led by ISU landscape architecture is being honored nationally by the American Planning Association.
Newt Gingrich to address Iowa State globalization course
Newt Gingrich -- speaker of the U.S. House from 1995 to 1999 and Time magazine's 1995 "Man of the Year" -- will address an Iowa State University globalization class from 10:45 to 11:30 a.m. Friday, April 28, in the Alliant Energy-Lee Liu Auditorium in Howe Hall. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Transitioning to a biobased economy
"The transition to a biobased economy will likely prove to be the biggest change impacting civilization since the industrial revolution," says Steven Fales, agronomy professor and coordinator of bioeconomy initiatives.
Iowa State's College of Engineering launches research magazine
Innovate, the new research magazine from Iowa State's College of Engineering, makes its campus debut this week.
New possibilities for Iowa producers
What type of meat is the most consumed in the world and is there demand for it in Iowa? And what's the Illinois bundleflower doing in Iowa? Find out in the ag and veterinary medicine tips.
Finding a better way to make biodiesel
Iowa State scientists are using chemistry and nanotechnology to create a better way to make biodiesel.
Life in the fast lane
As graduation approaches, harness-racing Iowa State couple takes reins of education, relationship, life.