Garments designed by Iowa State students improve quality of life for people with disabilitiesPosted on
Garments designed this spring by Iowa State University apparel, merchandising, and design students in Ellen McKinney’s creative design processes class are making life a little easier for children, fellow students, and relatives with disabilities.
Iowa State University to offer master’s degree for dietitiansPosted on
A new master’s degree at Iowa State University will allow registered dietitians to earn their graduate degrees ahead of the national deadline of Jan. 1, 2024, while advancing their knowledge and competitiveness in the field.
Studying abroad inspires student’s winning fashion show collectionPosted on
A collection of garments designed by Katrina Pedrick, "On the Fringe," took Best in Show at The Fashion Show 2018 at Iowa State University. Pedrick’s collection was among more than 125 student-designed garments featured at the show, which is one of the largest student-run fashion shows in the nation.
Iowa State University celebrates remodeled home for promoting physical activity and healthy livingPosted on
A ribbon cutting will be held April 13 to celebrate completion of a $7.4 million renovation of the Barbara E. Forker Building at Iowa State University.
New event management professor embraces tourism, technology, diversityPosted on
Iowa State alumnus Ken Tsai brings a love of tourism, technology, and diversity to his new position as an assistant professor in event management.
A Cyclone heads to the Super BowlPosted on
Jordan Pierce, a 2015 Iowa State University graduate in athletic training, will head to Super Bowl LII with the New England Patriots as an athletic training intern.
Transforming teachers’ learning environments with emerging technologiesPosted on
Evrim Baran brings educational technology, teacher education, and human computer interaction together in her teaching and research as a new associate professor in the School of Education.
Hurricane relief with love, from Iowa StatePosted on
Iowa State University has had a close working relationship with the Aldine Independent School District in Houston for 27 years. So when Hurricane Harvey hit the Houston metropolitan area last fall, the staff and students in Teacher Education Services knew they had to help.
Iowa State provides training, support for new school business officialsPosted on
Since 2012, the Iowa School Business Management Academy at Iowa State has had the only program approved by the state to provide new school business officials with the training and support required by law.
College of Human Sciences and departmental scholarship recipients recognizedPosted on
The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences celebrated student scholarship recipients and donors on Oct. 13 at the annual scholarship recognition event in the Scheman Building.