|Orientation welcomes newest members of Iowa State family|
Iowa State University was already on 17-year-old Madeline Norling-Christensen’s short list. It was her father’s alma mater, where he graduated with a business degree in 1986.
|Iowa State partnership with Chinese university bridges two heartlands|
This summer, Iowa State University students and faculty members will visit Henan Normal University in China to advance an emerging partnership between the two institutions.
|Beavers develops close relationship with scholarship recipients|
The Irene Beavers Scholarship not only gives students in the College of Human Sciences some much-needed financial assistance, it also gives them the motivation to pay it forward.
|Iowa State students unlock economic potential of aronia berries|
Aronia berries may not appear on the average grocery list, but Iowa State University students are helping to make them a household name.
|Student entrepreneurs win cash prizes for startup ideas, makeover projects|
An event planning company called White Willow Events took first place for new business-startup idea at this year’s Entrepreneurship Showcase at Iowa State University.
|Students to be honored at graduation events|
The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences will honor the achievements of hundreds of graduating students in a series of events this weekend.
|Fulbright grant sends ISU kinesiology student to Indonesia |
Iowa State University senior Kelsie Miller will travel to Indonesia this summer to teach English through a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship grant.
|ISU future teachers’ group grows to largest in state|
The Iowa State University Education Association is the state’s newest student group for future teachers, but it’s already the largest.
|Students to pitch business ideas at Entrepreneurship Showcase|
It’s the Iowa State University version of “Shark Tank,” the ABC-TV reality show where investors offer millions of dollars of their own money to bankroll aspiring entrepreneurs.
|Iowa State students, faculty members revitalize Iowa’s Main Streets |
Through a partnership with Main Street Iowa, Iowa State University students and faculty members are helping small businesses compete in a tough market.