The Fashion Show receives its largest endowmentPosted on
A $100,000 gift from Iowa State alumna Ana Hays McCracken is the largest endowment received to date by The Fashion Show. It will provide scholarships each year to the show's student producers.
Peterson named to new professorship in early childhood development and educationPosted on
Carla Peterson, an associate dean of the College of Human Sciences and a professor in human development and family studies, has been named the Nancy Rygg Armbrust Endowed Professor in Early Childhood Development and Education.
Iowa State well-represented at Omaha Fashion WeekPosted on
Iowa State's Sarah Mader, Elizabeth Scarpino, and Hannah Swanson are among 17 fashion designers who will show their collections at Omaha Fashion Week.
Exhibit celebrates Textiles and Clothing Museum’s 10th anniversaryPosted on
Iowa State’s Textiles and Clothing Museum celebrates its 10th anniversary with a special exhibit featuring objects selected by faculty and staff.
Field experiences run gamut from Disney parks to Des Moines hotelsPosted on
For Jon Bond, a 2014 graduate in hospitality management, the Iowa State experience included following a famous mouse in the Disney College Program.
Iowa State shines at international gathering of science teacher educatorsPosted on
The Association for Science Teacher Education will hold its 2017 international conference, Jan. 12 to 14 in Des Moines. This year’s conference is co-chaired by ISU School of Education professor Joanne Olson.
Culinary Science Club founder blazes trailPosted on
Sarah Brekke, a 2011 Iowa State graduate in culinary food science, founded the ISU Culinary Science Club and led the group as its first president.
Iowa State provides rich training for career working with childrenPosted on
Callie Chambers gained hands-on experience working with children as a Heddleson intern with Iowa State University's Human Sciences Extension and Outreach.