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Monday, August 20 2007

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Assault reported

Iowa State University officials were informed Aug. 19 of an assault that allegedly occurred at 203 Ash Ave. on Friday, Aug. 17. The victim, a female ISU student, reported that three or four unknown men restrained and inappropriately touched her. The victim was not physically harmed and was able to escape. Identities of the men involved remain unknown. Anyone with further information about the incident or the suspects should call ISU Police at (515) 294-4428.

Speedo's new Fastskin swimsuit

Speedo's new Fastskin swimsuit, modeled by six-time Olympic gold-medallist Michael Phelps.

ISU professor helps design new Speedo swimsuit that's breaking world records

ISU Professor of Exercise Physiology Rick Sharp was part of a design team that created Speedo's new Fastskin FS-Pro swimsuit, which is being credited with helping world class swimmers break dozens of national and international records in the six months since its release.

News release.

Coach concerned about missing student-athlete

Head cross country and track coach Corey Ihmels is concerned for the well-being of Yonas Mebrahtu Gebretinsae, a young runner from Eritrea, recruited by the Cyclones and admitted to the university. He is supposed to start running for Iowa State as a freshman this fall. Ihmels said the 19-year-old hasn't been heard from since he left his home in late June to make his way to Ethiopia and then on to Kenya to process his student visa in Nairobi.

News release.

U.S. News rankings: ISU among top 25 percent of public national universities

Iowa State University is among the top one-fourth of all public national universities in U.S. News & World Report's 2008 "America's Best Colleges" annual rankings. U.S. News ranks Iowa State 38th among 164 public national universities, down slightly from 36th last year.

News release.

Finalists named for Ames Lab post

The search committee charged with finding a new director for the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory at Iowa State University has narrowed the field to five finalists.

News release.

$1 million Kresge Foundation challenge grant for veterinary hospital

The Kresge Foundation has approved a $1 million challenge grant toward the renovation and expansion of the Dr. W. Eugene and Linda Lloyd Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

News release.

Banner poster

Banner headliners

Banners along Elwood Drive salute some of the faculty, staff, alumni and friends who have helped Iowa State become internationally respected.

About the people on the banners.

Iowa State part of team recommended for supercomputer project

Iowa State is a member of a consortium recommended to design, develop and operate the world's most powerful supercomputer.

News release.

Regents wrap-up

In their August meeting, the Board of Regents, State of Iowa, reviewed campus security measures, approved the university budget for the fiscal year and reviewed plans for a bioprocessing research lab.

News story.

Iowa State graphic design student leaves lasting mark in Memorial Union addition

Greg Wohlwend's art is in the entrance of the south addition to the Memorial Union on the Iowa State University campus.

News release.

Geoffroy part of Spellings' higher ed delegation to Latin America

ISU president Gregory Geoffroy will join U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings and seven other college and university presidents on a visit to Latin America to tout the importance of higher education partnerships and exchanges among nations. Spellings will lead the delegation to Chile and Brazil, where it will promote the value of U.S. higher education and discuss future international collaborations.

News release.