|College of Human Sciences builds on strong legacy|
Susan Maxwell credits her Iowa State University education with preparing her for a remarkably successful career.
|Kinesiology shifts to focus on lifelong health|
The Iowa State University Department of Kinesiology has evolved from solely teaching physical education to leading advanced research and professional training focused on bettering lifelong health.
|Anonymous donors establish endowed Dean’s Chair in the College of Human Sciences|
An anonymous gift to the College of Human Sciences at Iowa State University will fund a new endowed Dean’s Chair. The gift will allow Pamela White, who will become the inaugural holder, unrestricted use of earnings toward the college’s priorities.
|Iowa State helps to fill shortage of science teachers|
A nationally award-winning program at Iowa State University has for more than a decade helped fill the state’s need for high-quality science teachers.
|Joan Bice Underwood Tearoom adjusts to industry changes |
|Lab school takes a sharper focus on early childhood education|
Nearly a century after opening its doors, Iowa State University’s Child Development Laboratory School has become a nationally accredited model of early childhood education that prepares students to be teachers, administrators, and child and family specialists.
|Alum, ‘seasoned’ provost will direct Iowa State University School of Education|
An Iowa State University alum who has led three other universities as vice president for academic affairs and provost will return to Ames to lead the School of Education.
Marlene Strathe will become the next director of the School of Education at Iowa State, effective Jan. 1.
|ISU Diabetic Education Club holds campus walk |
A newly formed student club at Iowa State University aimed at raising awareness about diabetes will hold its first event this week: an indoor, lunchtime walk on campus that’s free and open to the public.
|ISU School of Education cultivates Iowa’s top educational leaders|
|MacKay Hall event celebrates building’s history and future|
Ruth Ann Robson had just one word for the newly renovated lecture classroom on MacKay Hall’s second floor: “Wow.”