|ISU experts develop food safety campaign to keep older adults safe|
Iowa State University researchers are targeting leafy greens in an effort to protect older adults from foodborne illnesses. Leafy greens are a common source of contamination in such outbreaks, according to a 2013 report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and older adults are often most susceptible to severe illness or death.
|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 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 wins with leather-like vest at National Sustainable Design Expo|
|Iowa State expands support to doctoral students, sophomores, veterans |
Iowa State University is expanding its efforts to ensure student success in the midst of growing enrollment.
|Women, minority college students more prone to severe homesickness |
Most first-year college students experience some degree of homesickness.
|New book compares community college systems in all 50 states|
As lawmakers across the United States debate ways to finance colleges and hold schools accountable, a new book edited by an Iowa State University professor lays out a state-by-state rundown of two-year higher education systems.
|Science Bound produces engineers, researchers|
An Iowa State University outreach program that’s empowered thousands of ethnic minority students to consider careers in math and science has produced highly sought-after engineers and researchers.
|Search committee named for Iowa State University School of Education director|
Pamela White, dean of the Iowa State University College of Human Sciences, has appointed a committee that will search for the next director of ISU’s School of Education.
Donald Bear and Amy Slagell will lead the search committee. Bear, a professor in the School of Education, and Slagell, an associate dean in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, will serve as co-chairs of the committee, which will begin its work this month.
|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.