- Regents Executive Director Clarifies Regent Admission Index (RAI)
- TIER Update - July 24, 2014
- TIER Update - July 17, 2014
- TIER Update - July 11, 2014
- TIER Efficiency Study Estimates $30 million - $80 million in Annual Savings, Reinvestment at Iowa's Public Universities, June 16, 2014
- TIER Catalogue and Prioritized List Opportunities from Public Town Hall Forums, June 2014
- Rising to the Next TIER - Transparent, Inclusive Efficiency Review (PowerPoint from Public Town Hall Forums, June 2014)
- Deloitte's Phase 1 Update - June 11, 2014
- Performance-Based Revenue Model Approved at June 4, 2014 Board Meeting
- Steven Gettel Will Lead Iowa School for the Deaf and Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School
- Strengthening Iowa's Higher Education Legacy
Reiman Gardens has Always
Been a Work in Progress
The oasis of Reiman Gardens had a natural genesis as part of Iowa State University's mission to educate students in the area of horticulture (the art and science of growing fruits, vegetables, flowers or ornamental plants). Reiman Gardens is the latest edition in Iowa State's tradition of having a horticulture garden that dates back to 1914.
The original horticultural garden was north of the farm house at the Iowa State Horticultural Research Station. In 1964, the garden was moved to a three-quarter-acre site on the northeast corner of Iowa State University campus, north of the power plant. The site was limited, however, because it offered little room for expansion and was surrounded by Iowa State's industrial zone.