|Switch encourages children to adopt healthy habits|
Iowa State University’s College of Human Sciences and the YMCA of the Cedar Rapids Metropolitan Area are reaching out into the community to create healthier lifestyles among children through a program called Switch.
|Animal-print sportswear blends student’s love for sports, fashion design|
The Fashion Show 2014 will feature a line of workout clothes designed by a student who’s been a high jumper on Iowa State University’s track and field team.
|Puppy to be sponsored by College of Human Sciences club|
Iowa State University’s Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Studies Club is teaming up with the Leader Dogs for the Blind program to provide a future guide dog for an inmate to train at the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility.
|Search committee named for Iowa State University School of Education director|
Pamela White, dean of the Iowa State University College of Human Sciences, has appointed a committee that will search for the next director of ISU’s School of Education.
Donald Bear and Amy Slagell will lead the search committee. Bear, a professor in the School of Education, and Slagell, an associate dean in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, will serve as co-chairs of the committee, which will begin its work this month.
|College of Human Sciences alumna chosen for CNN Fit Nation Triathlon Challenge|
Connie Sievers is bettering herself through daily exercise and a healthy diet — and she’s doing it in a national spotlight.
|Iowa State social justice journal to receive national award|
An online journal focused on issues of social justice and published by a group of graduate students in the School of Education is barely into its second year of publication, and it’s already being recognized nationally.
|Degree program changes allow AESHM students to graduate more quickly|
|Kinesiology student heads around the world to teach|
When Sasha Francic was deciding where to put his kinesiology degree to work as a physical education teacher, he was thinking way outside central Iowa, and even beyond the United States.
|Iowa State University builds bridges with industry|
Iowa State University is working to strengthen its relationship with key Midwestern businesses to improve the job outlook for its students.
|Iowa State encourages first graders to attend college|
Iowa State University’s School of Education is partnering with a school in Omaha, Neb. to actively encourage at-risk first graders to attend college.