The focus of the ninth annual event is on making work cultures more caring and human-centered. Participants will have the opportunity to take part in follow-up experiential learning sessions next month. Registration closes Feb. 22.
Faculty, staff and students share the university's 2021 Martin Luther King Jr. Advancing One Community awards, which honor efforts to foster inclusive environments and promote justice and equity at Iowa State.
Iowa State trials to integrate row crops with prairie strips will receive $1.1 million from the Bia-Echo Foundation to aid faster adoption of the practice on farms. Integrating native vegetation within crops leads to better soil health, water quality and biodiversity.
Using survey data and computer modeling, assistant professor of ecology, evolution and organismal biology Eric Riddell found that climate change is impacting birds more than small mammals in the Mojave Desert.
An Iowa State program to help Iowa towns harness their data has led to four offshoot projects to help support community recovery related to economic vulnerability, substance use and general support.
David Nicholas, who as an ISU graduate student invented a digital encoding process that made fax machines commercially viable, died last month. He was 76. Before a long career at Rockwell Collins, Nicholas' doctoral research paved the way for fax machines, leading eventually to $36 million in licensing revenue -- one of the most valuable ISU patents.