Friday, August 6 2010
Hira provides money-saving tips to make the most of your grocery dollars
Gift will make new academic auditorium a reality at Iowa State
One of Iowa State University's most critical needs will
soon be met as the Board of Regents today approved plans for a
$10 million, 400-seat auditorium to be built on campus.
Construction is scheduled to be completed when fall semester
classes start in 2012. The Change Happens Foundation of
Holualoa, Hawaii, headed by ISU alumnus Douglas Troxel, has
made a $5 million commitment toward the construction of the
state-of-the-art auditorium building.
Iowa States chemistry department expects big boost from $78 million Hach Hall
Iowa State University's Hach Hall opens when the fall semester begins on Aug. 23. The first rooms in heavy use will be undergraduate teaching labs. Research programs and faculty members will move into labs and offices throughout the semester. The building will be formally dedicated on Oct. 8.
ISU design, computer science collaboration receives Motorola Foundation grant for game development competition
The College of Design and Department of Computer Science will
use a $50,000 grant from the Motorola Foundation to host a
yearlong game development competition for ISU students majoring
in design, technology, communication and business disciplines.
Anson Call, associate professor of integrated studio arts, and
Chris Johnson, lecturer in computer science, will serve as
advisers. The competition will be announced to students at the
beginning of fall semester via publications such as the Iowa
State Daily and Toons, as well as learning communities and
other campus networks.
Koll named Big 12 Athlete of the Year
Lisa Koll is the first female Cyclone to win Big 12 Athlete of the Year. She also won the Honda Award and is a finalist for The Bowerman -- the nation's top award for collegiate track and field athletes.
ISU student's study finds high heels may lead to joint degeneration and knee osteoarthritis
ISU student will represent Iowa in Ms. Wheelchair America, Aug. 9-15
Samantha Edwards has finalized her platform and composed her
competitive speech. Although nervous, she's excited about
sharing her message at the Ms. Wheelchair America 2011
competition. Edwards, a junior in journalism and mass
communication from Marshalltown, will be one of 28 contestants
who vie for the national title, Aug. 9-15.