|Iowa State partnership to improve awareness and access to dementia services|
Dementia is a difficult and complex diagnosis. Unlike cancer or heart disease, dementia is a terminal illness that often goes undiagnosed and is difficult to treat.
|Fashion Show hits its stride in the past decade|
What started decades ago as a small, informal gathering on the steps of MacKay Hall has grown into one of the largest, most prestigious student-run fashion shows in the nation that’s a source of pride for Iowa State University.
|Students design scarves sold in book store|
Iowa State University students design, produce, and sell their own product for academic credit as part of an independent study course in apparel, merchandising, and design.
|ISU Diabetic Education Club holds campus walk |
A newly formed student club at Iowa State University aimed at raising awareness about diabetes will hold its first event this week: an indoor, lunchtime walk on campus that’s free and open to the public.
|“Foodies” flock to food science programs at Iowa State|
For Celia Bravard, the most exciting thing about food is how she can make it better.
|ISU’s School of Education overcoming challenges to place record number of student teachers|
It’s fair to say that Michelle Shealy had a few nerves the first time she stood in front of a roomful of kindergarten students at Meeker Elementary in Ames and realized she was in charge. The Iowa State University elementary education major spent weeks observing in the classroom, after years of preparation on campus, and knew it was time to demonstrate her skills and knowledge.
|After-school program introduces kids to physical fitness|
An Iowa State University after-school program in its 10th year is teaching kids the fundamentals of physical fitness.
|Students create alien costumes for Reiman Gardens event|
Seven apparel design students this fall faced a real-world challenge: Meet the deadline, stay on budget and keep the client happy.
|Iowa State students to appear on The Biggest Loser |
An Iowa State University student who battled childhood obesity but has since lost 50 pounds will appear on NBC-TV’s The Biggest Loser at 7 p.m. Thursday as a youth ambassador for healthy living.
|MacKay Hall event celebrates building’s history and future|
Ruth Ann Robson had just one word for the newly renovated lecture classroom on MacKay Hall’s second floor: “Wow.”