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Forever True, For Iowa State surpasses historic goal
Iowa State University's historic fundraising campaign, Forever True, For Iowa State surpassed its $1.1 billion goal and is aiming for more. A new target of $1.5 billion has been set and the campaign has been extended to June 30, 2021.
President Wendy Wintersteen was officially installed Sept. 21 as the 16th president of Iowa State University and shared her vision focused on service, leadership, and excellence.
FY20 Resources Request
President Wintersteen presented to the Board of Regents ISU's request for new resources in FY20 and demonstrated how financial investments in Iowa State enable the university to provide an exceptional return to our students and the state of Iowa.
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Welcome to Iowa State University for the new academic year
President Wintersteen welcomed the Iowa State community to campus with an Aug. 20 message of appreciation and highlights of the university's recent achievements.
President Wintersteen named to World Food Prize Council of Advisors
The World Food Prize announced Aug. 15 the appointment of President Wintersteen to the Council to review, advise, and guide World Food Prize leadership.
President Wintersteen and campus leaders share excitement for Workday transformation
To learn more about Workday and how it will improve day-to-day operations at Iowa State University, log on to the WorkCyte website.
FY18 external funding
Iowa State University set a new record in FY18 for external funding, reflecting ISU's role as a leader in academic and research excellence.
U.S. Supreme Court ruling on travel ban
In a June 29 email to campus, President Wintersteen expressed care and concern for international students, scholars, and allies impacted by the Supreme Court's ruling and urged the Iowa State community to reach out with empathy and compassion to those affected.
Tuition set for the 2018-19 academic year
In a June 7 email to campus, President Wintersteen shared the Board of Regents decision regarding tuition rates for the 2018-19 academic year.