Overhead view of vaccination clinic setup in State Gym.

How do you plan a mass vaccination clinic? Iowa State students are working on it.

April 19, 2021
Materials science and engineering lab supervisor Michelle Grawe and teaching laboratory specialist Ryan Braga pose in a lab.

Engineering solutions to keep labs, learning going during pandemic

February 18, 2021
Bar chart showing weekly positive test rates

By the numbers: Campus efforts to manage the pandemic

January 19, 2021
Three students scale the rock climbing wall in State Gym

Visual story: The Resilient Cyclone Spirit

October 22, 2020

Connecting during coronavirus

October 16, 2020
Rachel Shannon with a concept for a pandemic-safe wearable infant carrier

Tackling real-world, real-time issues in the classroom

October 7, 2020

The beat goes on: Cyclone Marching Band adjusts to pandemic for football opener

September 11, 2020
Close up of Iowa State football helmet with plastic shield in face guard

Engineers modify football helmet to reduce the spread of COVID-19

August 10, 2020
Plexiglass shield divider on a table

Agricultural and biosystems engineering lab makes in-house desk shields

June 10, 2020
Black and white illustration sketches on an iPad

Artist’s illustrations create ‘visual headlines’ about pandemic

June 9, 2020
Rolled up bills of American money

CARES Act, other funding sources help students complete spring semester

May 26, 2020
Closeup of "Stories matter" text on a classic typewriter.

University Library project will document COVID-19 community stories

May 6, 2020

Relief funds help establish food pantry for students and their families

May 5, 2020
Beardshear Hall exterior view

COVID-19 survey helped ISU improve employee support

April 23, 2020
Robot maintaining plant research without human interaction

ISU robot still reports to work, even during a pandemic

April 23, 2020
Karen Bovenmyer portrait outside

Synchronous instruction provides connection students crave

April 23, 2020
View of Parks Library covered entrance.

University Library launches two new home delivery services

April 20, 2020
Closeup of a hand using a computer and mouse

Instructors show their adaptability with online testing

April 16, 2020
Ivy College of Business academic adviser Kelly Pistilli in her home office, where she holds the virtual meetings she encourages for her students. Contributed photo.

How advisers connect with students in an uncertain time

April 15, 2020
Four flat rocks stacked into a pillar

ISU WellBeing helps build community during trying times

April 9, 2020
Jericho Baker, senior in English and communication consultant for the Writing and Media Center, works with students on their essays online. Photo provided by Joseph Cheatle.

Behind-the-scenes academic support gives students a boost during atypical semester

April 8, 2020
Athletics director Jamie Pollard speaks at a news conference.

Athletics department shares budget strategies

April 2, 2020
ISU Dining's food truck is being used to provide on-site daily afternoon snacks for students still living in the residence halls. Food service managers Carl Chumos, left, and Ryan McGowan were handing out nachos when the service debuted Wednesday.

ISU Dining pivots to provide pickup service

April 2, 2020
Associate director of environmental health and safety Bill Diesslin delivers donated personal protection supplies to the Thielen Student Health Center staff Friday. Pictured (l-r) are Calyn Tope, Emily Swenson and Julie Halbur. Image supplied.

Researchers, lab staff step up big with donations

April 2, 2020
Professor Amanda Fales-Williams delivers her online class lecture at the College of Veterinary Medicine. Photos by Christopher Gannon.

University community pulls together to make online transition work

April 2, 2020
Amy Kaleita got her start with online instruction in 2007 while she was preparing for maternity leave. Now, she has a library of resources available to help as Iowa State University moves all instruction online. Image courtesy of Amy Kaleita.

Ag and biosystems engineering professor draws on wealth of experience for the transition to online instruction

April 1, 2020
Open laptop with cup of coffee beside it

Instructors use student survey to guide online transition

March 26, 2020
Mathematics associate professor Steve Butler uses his home office to conduct online instruction to his students. He is mindful to make it fun, delivered with warmth, and often expresses love for his students, sometimes making the heart symbol with his hands. Photos by Christopher Gannon.

Iowa State faculty get creative as courses move online for remainder of spring semester

March 25, 2020