|College of Human Sciences offers $800k in scholarships|
The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences and its departments have offered more than $800,000 in scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students for the 2014-2015 academic year. Click on an awarding department to view recipients.
|MacKay Hall remodeling ends, ribbon cutting scheduled |
The dust and noise of the past 14 months will give way to shiny and bright, new and restored, state-of-the-art facilities when the remodeling of MacKay Hall on the Iowa State University campus wraps up this week.
|Forker Building next to get a facelift|
Renovation to the Forker Building at Iowa State University will transform unused locker rooms in the 1940 building into more functional space to meet the needs of today’s kinesiology students and faculty.
|Iowa State team takes ice cream bar to national food product competition |
Iowa State University students have found a way to make dessert a little healthier through the creation of a delicious high-protein, reduced-fat treat called Oodlebar.
|Iowa State places second in national food product competition|
Five Iowa State University students combined their creative ideas with the magic of Disney to create a new snack for children.
|Iowa State alumna follows dream to career at Nike |
Elizabeth Brock of Onalaska, Wis. came to Iowa State University in 2006 with one goal in mind — to one day work for Nike.
|Westergard credits much of her success to 4-H|
Former Plymouth County 4-H’er Caine Westergard always had dreams of becoming a fashion designer and credits a large part of her success to the nine years she spent in 4-H.
|Human Sciences students gain new international experiences|
New opportunities are opening up for College of Human Sciences students to travel abroad, to both learn and teach in countries such as South Korea, Taiwan, Ecuador, China, and South Africa.
|Iowa State study aims to improve classroom experience for toddlers|
An Iowa State University professor and students are looking at why research shows that toddlers have the lowest quality classroom experience of any age group.
|Iowa State University, Ames High School work to create civic education focus|
Iowa State University is working with Ames High School to take student learning about history to a deeper level.