Starting in March, four Iowa State University Extension and Outreach community development specialists are doing a “tourism blitz” throughout the state of Iowa
Extension CED’s Iowa Government Finance Initiative (IGFI) released the Fiscal Year Ending (FYE) 2015 Annual Fiscal Conditions reports for Iowa’s 99 counties.
Ten Iowa communities have been selected to participate in the Iowa's Living Roadways Community Visioning Program in 2017.
The Community and Economic Development (CED) unit of ISU Extension and Outreach has recently released the city level annual fiscal conditions report for the 945 cities in Iowa.
Anindita Das recently began a job as a refugee community plan coordinator in partnership with the Refugee Community Planning Group. In that role, she’ll work with ISU Extension and Outreach’s Diverse and Underserved Iowans Team while focusing on the changing demographics of Iowa’s communities.
CED specialist Glennda Bivens tells how providing opportunities for minority entrepreneurs can transform communities. Her story shows one way Iowa State University Extension and Outreach is building a strong Iowa.
CED specialist Glennda Bivens provided a guest opinion for the March 21, 2016, issue of Business Record, an online publication of Business Publications. Launched in 1983, Business Record reaches business owners and decision makers in the Greater Des Moines area.
The FY2015 fiscal conditions reports for Iowa's 946 communities are now available from the Iowa Government Finance Initiative (IGFI). These reports give cities a snapshot of their fiscal condition using a set of economic, demographic, revenue, and expenditure indicators.
When Glennda Bivens, ISU CED specialist, partnered with SBDC and the Iowa Black Business Coalition to create the Untraditional Start-A-Thon, the goal was to increase minority and female entrepreneurship.
The Latino families in northwest Iowa now have the opportunity to better prepare their children for higher education.