|College of Human Sciences celebrates high-achieving graduates|
|Iowa State students connect teens with healthy choices|
Iowa State University students are helping teenagers by sharing stories and strategies for overcoming difficulties in life.
|New College of Human Sciences program attracts food lovers to Italy|
|Research internship gives undergraduates hands-on experience working with prestigious faculty|
Bailie Kies is traveling to Iowa schools this fall to recruit students to participate in a study about physical activity patterns being conducted by Iowa State University’s Physical Activity and Health Promotion Lab.
As a Louise Rosenfeld Undergraduate Research Intern, Kies is getting hands-on experience this semester working with kinesiology professor Gregory Welk in determining the effectiveness of the Youth Activity Profile, an online tool designed to assess children's daily physical activity and sedentary habits.
|Child therapy may benefit parents’ emotional health|
Research by Erin Neill, an Iowa State University doctoral student in human development and family studies, shows the potential benefits of child therapy on both children’s and mothers’ emotional health and well-being.
|Iowa State University offers new health coach certificate|
Iowa State University offers a new, interdisciplinary health coach certificate for students seeking to add to their credentials in health care fields. The rigorous program will help students stand out among their peers.
|School of Education links college student community engagement and mental health|
Iowa State University researchers are analyzing nationwide survey data on the positive effects of community engagement on college students’ mental health.
|New book celebrates 50th anniversary of Iowa community colleges|
A new book released this week by an Iowa State University professor and doctoral students celebrates the 50th anniversary of Iowa community colleges.
“Iowa’s Community Colleges: A Collective History of Fifty Years of Accomplishment” provides a history of the statewide development of the community college system, through a focus on the individual college stories and dynamics.
|On-campus graduate program in gerontology begins with four students|
|Iowa State helps create new Hy-Vee nutrition labels|
Iowa State University faculty and students in food science and human nutrition are helping to create new nutrition labels for ready-to-eat meals at Hy-Vee stores because of new requirements under the federal Affordable Care Act.