|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.
|Gansemer-Topf brings student success experience to the School of Education|
Ann Gansemer-Topf's quest to improve student success has included finding solutions for the "sophomore slump."
|Partnership aims to improve South African business outcomes |
|Iowa State integrates science with apparel design, product development|
A cadre of Iowa State University researchers is emerging on the national scene with its work of integrating science and technology with design — helping to improve apparel for law enforcement and others.
|Soup consumption may help to manage weight|
With the chill of autumn setting in and more Americans turning to a piping hot bowl of soup to fight off the cold, a new study led by an Iowa State University researcher raises the possibility that eating soup more frequently may reduce the likelihood of overeating.
|Iowa State, private partnership improves food safety|
A partnership between an Iowa State University researcher and a local biotechnology company holds the promise of making food safer.
|Gilligan studies relationships between parents and adult children|
After working at a shelter for women and families in crisis, Megan Gilligan returned to school to seek solutions.
|New professor focuses on the smallest of fibers|
Chunhui Xiang uses science to make materials more effective.
|New Iowa State study shows pregnant women need to move more |
It may not be enough for women to spend just 30 minutes a day on a treadmill or elliptical if they want to manage their weight during pregnancy.