Hormones in what you eat could impact your brain and memory

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New findings by an Iowa State University food science and human nutrition professor's research team suggest higher levels of a hormone that makes you feel full may also help prevent Alzheimer's disease.

Ashley Jones pursues her passion for entrepreneurship

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Instead of sending out resumes when she graduates this spring, Ashley Jones will continue to build the online business she started while at Iowa State University.

Jenny Junker awarded $35,000 scholarship at YMA gala in New York City

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Jenny Junker, senior in apparel merchandising and design, was awarded a $35,000 scholarship at the YMA gala in New York City, Jan. 6. This scholarship was the evening's highest honor from the national apparel organization.

Embracing diversity to shape distinctive career trajectories

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Studying abroad exposes Iowa State students to different cultures and experiences, helping them grow and become more prepared for a diverse and international work force.

Kin Collective builds community to overcome isolation

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The Kin Collective reduces isolation among students of color and provides a safe space to share life's ups and downs.

Iowa State prepares scholar who researches sexually diverse adults

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While at Iowa State University, Ashley Taylor received support from to survey 700 Iowa State students who identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or part of another sexual minority for her dissertation while also being presented with professional opportunities outside of ISU.

Iowa State University teacher education student, Project SEARCH interns learn from each other

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Working with Project SEARCH interns, a program that aims to secure competitive employment for people ages 18 to 30 with disabilities, helped Sarah Brangoccio grow as a person.

Inclusion works

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Employers are seeking job candidates who embrace diversity and inclusion, which intensify learning and achievement.

First-generation student finds ‘home’ at Iowa State, future in kinesiology

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Soccer is a huge part of Alejandro Martinez’s culture and his family, and it was his own soccer injuries at South Tama County High School – as well as words of wisdom from the athletic trainer who helped him recover – that led him to Iowa State University’s kinesiology and health program.

College of Human Sciences to recognize graduating seniors at fall convocation

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The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences will recognize the accomplishments of the graduating class of fall 2018 in a series of events on Dec. 14 and 15.