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Tuition task force meetings announced

July 13, 2017

The Board of Regents Tuition Task Force has announced dates and times for four public stakeholder meetings. The Tuition Task Force was established this year by the Board to facilitate a public discussion examining core issues and strategies central to the process of setting tuition at Iowa’s public universities.

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International Conference of Engineering, Science and Mathematics Education

July 12, 2017

The International Conference of Engineering, Science and Mathematics Education (ICESME’17) aims to provide a scholarly environment for promoting discussions in contemporary topics of engineering, science and mathematics education. The conference will bring together engineers, scientists and mathematicians in the domain of interest from around the world.
Zagreb on Oct. 16–18, 2017
Abstract submission deadline: Sept. 22, 2017
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Deiter gives presentation to conference

July 5, 2017

Ron DeiterRon Deiter, professor, gave a presentation entitled “Two Fun Economic Pricing Games Are In Your Future” on June 28 and again on June 29 to participants attending the annual Iowa 4-H Conference on campus. The theme of this year’s conference was “Start Your Future Here” and there were over 700 participants.

McLaughlin retires from Iowa State

June 29, 2017

Diana McLaughlin, administrative specialist, retires Friday, July 7, 2017, after more than 44 years of service to Iowa State.

Please join us in celebrating her long career with the Economics Department. Stop in to 260 Heady on Friday any time from 8 to 4 to wish her well and enjoy some tasty refreshments!

OSPA's new GoldSheet features

June 28, 2017

As of June 27, Iowa State’s GoldSheet system has a new way to categorize research.

ISU scholars are engaged in research that stretches across all disciplines at Iowa State. This broad spectrum of research often leads to the Board of Regents, legislators, stakeholders, media and others asking how much of Iowa State’s research falls into which area of research.

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Transitioning CALS from Blackboard to Canvas

June 27, 2017

Message to CALS Faculty and staff on behalf of Todd Vens:

Transitioning CALS from Blackboard to Canvas

Key Points

  • Most courses will still use Blackboard this fall
  • A select group of early adopters will use Canvas this fall
  • All spring 2018 courses must use Canvas
  • Access to Blackboard for most users will end December 22

The Transition Process

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