Sunday, May 8 2011
Anthelion shows its speed and races to fourth in Formula Sun Grand Prix
Team PrISUm raced to a fourth place finish at this year's Formula Sun Grand Prix. It was the last chance for the team's current solar car to prove itself as a quick and reliable racer. And that's exactly what it did during the last two days of the three-day race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Team PrISUm races to fourth on day two of Formula Sun Grand Prix
Team PrISUm had a good day at Indy on Friday, turning in 164 laps and climbing from sixth to fourth in this year's Formula Sun Grand Prix. The team is hoping for more of the same as it races to the checkered flag on Saturday.
Iowa African-American Hall of Fame seeks nominations for 2011
The Iowa African-American Hall of Fame, a division of Iowa State University's Black Cultural Center, is accepting nominations for 2011 inductees.
ISU professor, Extension veterinarian nationally recognized for leadership in animal welfare
Dr. Jan Shearer has been selected to receive the American Veterinary Medical Association's Animal Welfare Award for 2011. The award, which will be presented in July, recognizes an AVMA member who has advanced animal well-being, shown exemplary dedication to animal care, and contributed to the community and society.
Iowa State solar car hits the race pace, but is slowed by chassis repairs
Team PrISUm had a mixed first day at the Formula Sun Grand Prix. The team's solar race car had a good race pace, but lost hours of track time to repair a cracked frame tube. Team members expect a better day of racing on Friday.
Iowa States Formula SAE Team tests its engineering skills at international competition
Iowa State University's Formula SAE Team is working
overtime to design and build a mini open-wheel racer in time
for an international competition May 11-14. Even if the team
doesn't race on track, it will still compete in technical,
manufacturing, business and engineering design contests.
Time is now for transformative change in agriculture, says ISU professor
The agricultural systems and processes that have developed in the past decades need to be re-examined, says Cornelia Flora, a distinguished professor in the Department of Sociology. She adds that reducing financial risks and improving sustainability are important to everyone and public policy should move in that direction.
ISUs graduate planning program ranks in top 13 nationally among non-Ph.D.-granting programs
Iowa State's graduate program in community and regional planning earned high marks in the latest survey by Planetizen, considered the leading online network for the urban planning, design and development community. The "Planetizen Guide to Graduate Urban Planning Programs" provides the only comprehensive rankings of graduate urban planning programs in the U.S. For 2012, Iowa State University is ranked 13th in the nation among 83 programs that do not grant a doctorate in planning.
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Sustainable landscape design for your property can be easier than you may think
Ann Marie VanDerZanden, co-author of the recently published book "Sustainable Landscape Management: Design, Construction, and Maintenance," says small changes to your yard and garden can greatly improve sustainability and can be fairly simple to do.