|Human health and performance conference to be held at Iowa State|
An international conference to be held at Iowa State University will focus on protein-centric scientific developments that will enhance human health and performance.
|Improving mental health starts with early childhood relationships|
Making sure children grow up in a safe and stable environment is the goal of Iowa State University researchers working on a statewide evaluation through the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting programs. Researchers want to improve effectiveness as well as access for families to prevention and intervention programs.
|Iowa State an invaluable resource for growing Iowa wine industry|
From the evaluation of cold-hardy grapes to providing quality assurance and chemical analyses, Iowa State University researchers are lending their expertise to put the state’s growing wine industry on the map.
|Iowa State to showcase research on technology at national meeting|
Iowa State University will showcase innovative research about technology in the classroom and will offer international perspectives at the American Educational Research Association's annual meeting, April 27-May 1 in San Francisco.
|Iowa State helps businesses improve health, wellness of employees|
Iowa State University’s College of Human Sciences is working on multiple fronts to improve the health and wellness of workers throughout the state, which in turn increases productivity and improves companies’ bottom line.
|Faculty research to enrich Financial Counseling Clinic|
A new Iowa State University study shows that individual financial counseling helps college students finish their degrees. With that benefit in mind, Iowa State’s Financial Counseling Clinic is using a new research-based approach to enhance its services.
|Nutrition and Wellness Research Center to undergo changes|
The Nutrition and Wellness Research Center (NWRC) will undergo changes effective May 16, 2013 to increase efficiencies in its operation.
|Three CHS students among those presenting research at the Iowa Capitol|
AMES, Iowa -- From an analysis of college student debt in Iowa to an analysis of food storage and cheese making on the moon, there will be lots to talk about when 25 Iowa State University undergraduates present their research to legislators and others during the annual "Research in the Capitol."
|Rowling receives award for diabetes research |
Matthew Rowling, an assistant professor in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, is the winner the 2013 Bio-Serv Award for his use of experimental animals in diabetes research.
|School of Education professor wins prestigious dissertation award|
Byeong-Young Cho, an assistant professor in the School of Education, is the winner of the 2013 International Reading Association (IRA) Outstanding Dissertation Award, one of the most prestigious awards given to young education scholars.