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  • Bridging the Divide seed grant information session
  • December 18, 2018

    Bring your lunch (and your questions) to 3155 Marston from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17, to discover how the Bridging the Divide seed funding grant program could help get your research or scholarly project off the ground. No registration is required.

    This grant seeks to create an interdisciplinary team of faculty from design, arts, humanities and social sciences with faculty from science, engineering and data science disciplines. A one-year planning grant project may request up to $10,000; a research project may request up to $25,000/year up to two years. Proposals are due Thursday, Feb. 28.

  • Digital Humanities Summer Institute Registration Award applications due Jan. 15
  • December 17, 2018

    The Center for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities will award five free conference registrations to the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, in June 2019. Applicants may be Iowa State faculty, staff or full-time graduate students who are already working on or have an interest in some aspect of digital humanities as encompassed by DHSI programs. Applications must be submitted electronically in a single PDF file to Sue Shiptalo by 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19. Please read the RFP carefully and do not register with DHSI before receiving the registration award code.

  • Presidential Interdisciplinary Research Initiative pre-proposals due Jan. 15
  • December 17, 2018

    The Presidential Interdisciplinary Research Initiative (PIRI) provides up to three years of funding for larger interdisciplinary teams for integrated research efforts with a clear vision of fundamental advances, new discoveries or technological developments having state, national and global economic and societal impact. More information is available on the Office of the Vice President for Research’s Grants Hub. Pre-proposals must be submitted online by Tuesday, Jan. 15. Invitations for full proposals will be sent Tuesday, Feb. 1, with a submission deadline of Monday, March 18.

  • Register for annual P&S conference
  • December 17, 2018

    Registration is open for the 7th annual Professional and Scientific Professional Development Conference, Cultivate Your Adventure: Planting the Seeds of Success, scheduled from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26, at the Scheman Building. Sessions will focus on cultivating professional as well as personal development on topics related to leadership, health and wellness, professional resources and human interactions. Experience growth, encouragement and positive social interactions with your colleagues while gaining skills and knowledge you can use. Registration is $100 through Monday, Jan. 28, and $120 from Jan. 29 to Feb. 12. Additional information, including the registration site, is online.

  • Proposals sought for 2019 ReACT Exhibition Series
  • December 14, 2018

    The University Museums, in partnership with the Office of the Vice President for Research and the Senior Vice President for Finance and University Services, invites proposals for the 2019 ReACT Exhibition Series to be resumed at the Christian Petersen Art Museum for fall 2019 and spring 2020. Focused on offering engagement opportunities that foster social relevance and address provocative and challenging issues that arise on campus, ReACT exhibitions are intended to be a safe and respectful environment in which to express and explore reactions, opinions and perspectives of national current event issues relevant to the ISU community. Any member of ISU faculty and staff may submit a proposal for the ReACT Exhibition Series.

    Proposal applications must be submitted by Friday, Feb. 15More information on ReACT, the proposal process and selection criteria is available online. Dana Schumacher, University Museums project coordinator, is available to answer questions regarding exhibition collaboration, theme suggestions, how to recommend an interested colleague and other details.

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CoD Deadlines
Monday 12/31/18
  • F19 study abroad proposal approved by AAC due to Education Abroad Committee
Friday 01/11/19
  • Final F19 course schedules with faculty and room requests due to Linda and Jean and Mandy who will update D-Trak
Tuesday 01/15/19
  • Course fee worksheets for SS19 and F19 distributed to dept. chairs
Friday 01/18/19
  • Promotion and tenure dossiers with college recommendation due to SVP and Provost
Friday 01/25/19
  • Final dollar amounts of variable course fees for S19 field trips due to Deb Hearn
  • Course fee worksheets for SS19 & F19 due from faculty to dept. chairs
Thursday 01/31/19
  • Changes to back of catalog
  • S19 and F19 experimental course proposals along with college course fee worksheets due to AAC
Friday 02/01/19
  • Big 12 Faculty Fellowship Program Applications due to SVP and Provost
  • Foreign Travel Grants due from dean to Faculty Senate office @ noon
  • Term faculty advancement dossiers due from departments to dean's office
  • University Honors seminar proposals due
Monday 02/04/19
  • Special course fee worksheets for SS19 and F19 due from dept. chairs to Deb Hearn
Tuesday 02/05/19
  • F19 schedule of classes proofs due to Registrar
Sunday 02/10/19
  • University Awards Nominations due from dean to SVP and Provost
Thursday 02/28/19
  • Last date to submit changes to SS19 courses and rooms to Linda and Jean and Mandy before registration
  • Last date to submit changes to F19 courses and rooms to Linda and Jean and Mandy before registration
  • Post-tenure reviews due from chairs to dean
Friday 03/01/19
  • S19 and F19 experimental courses approved by AAC submitted through CIMX
  • Last day to process special course fee authorizations for SS19 and F19 through Access Plus
  • Textbook & Supply Adoptions for SS19 and F19 due to University Bookstore
  • Inclusion Initiatives Grant Progam Applications Due at 8:00 a.m. (only those who complete an intent to apply in November)
  • Term faculty advancement dossiers due from dean to SVP and Provost
Friday 03/08/19
  • Departments MUST elect or appoint their representatives to councils and committees (including shared member or seats they intend to leave vacant)
Friday 03/15/19
  • Foreign Travel Grant application due from departments to dean's office
Wednesday 03/20/19
  • Last day to change SS19 course offerings with Registrar before registration begins
  • Last day to change F19 courses with Registrar before registration beings
Wednesday 03/27/19
  • SS19 course registration begins
  • F19 course registration begins
Sunday 03/31/19
  • S19 study abroad proposals due to AAC
Monday 04/01/19
  • Post-tenure review dossiers due from dean to SVP and Provost
  • Preliminary (third year) reviews of tenure eligible faculty due from chairs to dean
Thursday 04/04/19
  • Preliminary room assignments for SS19 distributed
  • Changes to SS19 room assignments due to Room Scheduling
Friday 04/05/19
  • Foreign Travel Grants due from dean to Faculty Senate office @ noon
  • Big 12 Faculty Fellowship Program Applications due to SVP and Provost
  • Changes to SS19 room assignments due to Linda and Jean and Mandy
Tuesday 04/09/19
  • SS19, 12-week and Session 1 course cancelations due to low enrollment
Sunday 04/14/19
  • NTE 6 Semester Review completed by departments.
Tuesday 04/30/19
  • S20 study abroad proposals approved by AAC due to Education Abroad Committee
  • Final SS20 room assignments due to Linda and Jean
Wednesday 05/01/19
  • Preliminary (third year) reviews of tenure eligible faculty due from dean to SVP and Provost
  • Written college council reports of the past year activities due to the Liaison Council to be made available to faculty and staff on college website.
Monday 05/06/19
  • S20 original course offerings distributed to departments
  • S20 original course offerings (gray sheets) distributed for review
Friday 05/10/19
  • Request for FISIP increments for the following fiscal year are due from the colleges to the SVP and Provost
  • Departments begin approval process for S20 experimental courses
  • Last day to cancel SS 19 Session II courses due to low enrollment.
Thursday 05/30/19
  • Corrected S19 gray sheets due to Linda and Jean
Friday 05/31/19
  • Deadline for approval of new experimental courses for F19 in CIMX
  • Preliminary room assignments for F19 distributed
  • Changes to course titles and descriptions approved by college due to Registrar
Saturday 06/01/19
  • Annual reviews of faculty completed by departments
  • Professional development funding proposals for lecturers/senior lecturers to SVPP
  • Confirmation that all faculty annual performance evaluations are complete due from dean to SVP and Provost
Friday 06/07/19
  • Changes to preliminary F19 room assignments due to Linda and Jean and Mandy
Wednesday 06/26/19
  • Changes in F19 room assignments due to Room Scheduling @ 4 p.m.
Saturday 06/29/19
  • Women’s and Diversity Grant Program Impact Reports from grant recipient’s due to SVP and Provost
Sunday 06/30/19
  • Departmental responsibility statements for NTE faculty due to dean
Friday 07/12/19
  • Last day to cancel F19 courses due to low enrollment
  • S20 course offerings due to Registrar
Wednesday 07/31/19
  • D-Trak open to chairs for adding % for research, service, buyouts, etc. Changes to courses need to be made by Linda and Jean and Mandy to ensure alignment with ADIN
Thursday 08/01/19
  • College Responsibility Statements for % of Term Fac Teaching Efforts (CRS) due from colleges to Senior Vice President and Provost
Tuesday 10/01/19
  • College of Design Lectures Request Forms due to Rachel Moylan, 146 Design
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College News

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Graduating senior finds passion at intersection of art, science

December 10, 2018

CAC Grants $50,000 for College of Design Robotic Arm

November 30, 2018

Sketchnoting pushes students to learn, retain information differently – particularly in STEM

November 28, 2018

Industrial design graduating senior Derek Coulter is ISU College of Design’s student marshal for December commencement

November 26, 2018

11/26/18 AMES, Iowa — Derek Coulter of Beaman will represent the Iowa State University College of Design as its student marshal at the university’s commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 15, at Hilton Coliseum. His faculty escort will be Dan Neubauer, lecturer…[read more]

Thesis exhibition explores human perception through comics Nov. 19-30 at ISU College of Design

November 15, 2018

11/15/18 AMES, Iowa — An exhibition exploring comics and the interaction of words and images will be on display Nov. 19-30 at the Iowa State University College of Design. Perception is Everything is the thesis exhibition of work by Dan Shea, graduate…[read more]

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Research News

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CAC grants $50,000 for College of Design robotic arm

December 3, 2018

CAC Grants $50,000 for College of Design Robotic Arm After joining the university in 2015, architecture assistant professors Shelby Doyle and Nick Senske co-founded the ISU Computation + Construction Lab (CCL), designed to bring the latest tools and technologies into…[read more]

CoD Research Highlight: Reinaldo Correa

October 24, 2018

ISU lecturer incorporates three ecosystems into sculpture for Jester Park Nature Center Posted AMES, Iowa – You can find Polk County’s three major ecosystems – prairie, woodlands and wetlands – at Jester Park in Granger. Soon, you’ll be able to…[read more]

CoD Research Highlight: Sarah Hamideh

October 24, 2018

Researchers studying Marshalltown tornado’s impact on renter, immigrant households Posted MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa – An EF3 tornado carved a path of destruction through Marshalltown this summer, leaving hundreds of damaged homes and buildings and an ongoing search for recovery assistance.

Friday Research Seminar: Hans Klein-Hewett

October 19, 2018

The Changing Face of American Landscape Tourism Friday, Oct 19th 12:10 -1 p.m., room 130, College of Design   American landscape tourism has changed dramatically due to changes in transportation, wealth, politics, and perhaps most importantly, expectations. What started as a…[read more]

Call for proposals: 2019 BNIM Regenerative Design Challenge

September 18, 2018

BNIM, an award-winning architecture and design firm with offices in Des Moines, Kansas City and San Diego, is sponsoring the 2019 BNIM Regenerative Design Challenge to support multidisciplinary faculty research in the areas of sustainability and regenerative design. Funding of…[read more]

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