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New College of Human Sciences program attracts food lovers to Italy - by Shannon Stump - November 16, 2015
The College of Human Sciences international programs office now offers a new program in Italy for students seeking a short-term abroad experience.
College of Human Sciences associate dean to represent Iowa State in Cuba - by Shannon Stump - September 21, 2015
Linda Serra Hagedorn, an associate dean in the College of Human Sciences, will visit Cuba next month to present a paper at an international higher education conference. Photo by Ryan Riley.
New Kinesiology international program sends students to Ireland - by Shannon Stump - September 10, 2015
Kinesiology students now have the option to participate in a three-week summer study abroad program in Ireland, led by professor Warren Franke.
International student-teaching program adds new locations by Meg Brown - May 26, 2015
Future educators at Iowa State University can now student teach in Taiwan and Germany in addition to placements in Ecuador, Indonesia, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, and Poland.
College of Human Sciences offers new international programs in Chile, South Africa by Meg Brown - January 12, 2015
Read about two new study abroad opportunities offered by the College of Human Sciences will allow students to study in South Africa and Chile this summer(2015).
Human Sciences students gain new international experiences by Lynn Campbell and Matthew Leimkuehler - June 9, 2014
Read about ISU CHS’s new agreement with Harbin University of Science and Technology, study abroad program to Korea in summer 2014, successful start to the new international student teaching location in Ecuador, and expanding the college’s international reach.
Partnership aims to improve South African business outcomes - by Lynn Campbell and Cathy Curtis - January 13, 2014
Iowa State University is working with the University of Pretoria to help drive economic development in South Africa. Collaborators in apparel, events, and hospitality management include Iowa State assistant professor Jessica Hurst, associate professor Linda Niehm, professor Ann-Marie Fiore, University of Pretoria senior lecturer Gerrie DuRand, and Iowa State assistant professor Lakshman Rajagopal.
Students construct, donate dresses for orphans in Central Africa - by - December 21, 2010
Students in TC 221 class construct dresses for “Little Dresses for Africa,” a nonprofit that distributes clothes to orphans in African villages.
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