|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.
|ISU Fashion Show partners with Girl Scouts|
|Financial Counseling Clinic offers tax advice for students|
No one really enjoys doing taxes and if you’re a college student, making less than the required $10,000, you may wonder if it’s even worth your time to file. If you are asking that question, Jonathan Fox says the answer is — absolutely.
|Multicultural mentors go extra mile to help children’s hospital|
A team of go-getters who help new Iowa State University students reach their collegiate stride have expanded their pursuits – to lend support for children in need.
|College of Human Sciences athletes excel in the classroom|
Iowa State University's College of Human Sciences has one of the largest contingents of student athletes on campus.
|Researchers evaluate consumers' milk preferences |
Iowa State University researchers are determining what factors affect consumers’ purchasing decisions when navigating the milk aisle at the grocery store.
|Iowa State partnership helps address needs of an aging population |
Safe and affordable housing is a critical issue as people live longer and decide to “age in place” or move to a senior community. Older adults want options to maintain their lifestyle, which is why a team of Iowa State University researchers is collaborating with Northcrest Community in Ames to address these needs and issues.
|CHS students prepare for black student government conference|
Three College of Human Sciences students are taking leadership roles to connect minority students across the Big 12 Conference.