Exchange program exposes German dietitian to American dietetic practicesPosted on
Nathalie Neumann, a dietetic student from Germany, spent the month of April in Ames taking part in the Wimpfheimer-Guggenheim Global Nutrition Exchange.
College of Human Sciences to recognize graduating seniors at spring convocationPosted on
The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences will recognize the accomplishments of the graduating class of spring 2019 in a series of events on May 9-11.
Investing in sustainability helps dietetic interns decrease food wastePosted on
Erin Bergquist, associate professor of teaching in the Dietetic Internship Program, is helping dietetic interns learn about sustainability and food waste, and increase people's access to safe, nutritious food.
Iowa State University joins Carnegie Project to transform education doctoratePosted on
The Iowa State University School of Education has joined the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate, a consortium of leading universities that are working together to improve professional preparation in education at the highest level.
Reason named College of Human Sciences associate dean for undergraduate academic affairsPosted on
Robert Reason, a professor in the School of Education at Iowa State University, has been named associate dean for undergraduate academic affairs in the College of Human Sciences.
Students and alumni to meet prospective employers at Big 12 Virtual Career FairPosted on
Iowa State University students and alumni seeking internships and jobs will meet up with prospective employers during the Big 12 Virtual Career Fair, March 27, 2019.
SPIT lab continues to expand research on puberty, hair analysisPosted on
The Stress Physiological Investigative Team (SPIT) Laboratory is working to develop an understanding of the changes that occur during puberty, as well as reasons why there is a lack of research on puberty in understudied populations.
Teacher Education Career Fair at Iowa State University connects students with future employersPosted on
With growing attendance and a new partnership with the Heartland Area Education Agency, the Teacher Education Career Fair at Iowa State University is connecting more future teachers to meet the needs of more school districts.
Moderate muscle strength shows decreased risk for type 2 diabetes, research showsPosted on
A recent research study by DC Lee, associate professor of kinesiology, shows that moderate muscle strength can lead to decreased risk for type 2 diabetes in adults.
Alumnus Michael Nettles receives award from Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazinePosted on
Iowa State University alumnus Michael Nettles has received the Dr. John Hope Franklin Award from Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine. Nettles is senior vice president and the Edmund W. Gordon Chair of the Educational Testing Service's Policy Evaluation and Research Center.