Lee draws economic insights from US tax, health care policyPosted on
Daeyong Lee is helping American households guard their financial treasure.
It’s a fitting role for the new assistant professor in human development and family studies, a native Korean whose name “Daeyong” translates as “big dragon” in English.
Changes to credit reports will benefit college studentsPosted on
Jonathan Fox, director of Iowa State University’s Financial Counseling Clinic and Ruth Whipp Sherwin Endowed Professor, and other financial experts say many Iowa State students may benefit from changes to credit report criteria taking effect this summer.
Bartholomae brings financial education, outreach to Iowans on campus and across statePosted on
Suzanne Bartholomae works to bring ideas to action.
Iowa State researchers to share promises, vulnerabilities of families at national conferencePosted on
More than 50 Iowa State University student, faculty, and staff researchers in human development and family studies will offer their expertise in family health in areas including parental substance abuse, sibling tensions, and family finance at a national conference this week.
The meetings are part of this year’s National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) annual conference, Nov. 2-5 in Minneapolis. A series of preconference workshops on Nov. 1 will precede the event.
College of Human Sciences students driven by passion to help othersPosted on
A passion to help others — whether it’s working with children, people with disabilities, or those in need — continues to drive strong enrollment in the Iowa State University College of Human Sciences.
Human Sciences Week to feature new dean, ways to help othersPosted on
The Iowa State University community will this month have an opportunity to meet the new dean of the College of Human Sciences, learn about living a healthy lifestyle, enjoy cherry pies, and make shoes out of used jeans.
Iowa State prepares students for excellence in financial counselingPosted on
Iowa State University’s financial counseling and planning program received its second national mark of excellence for preparing students to be distinguished financial counselors.
The program was recently renewed by the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education (AFCPE) as an AFCPE Approved University Program. The approval lasts for five years.
New toolkit helps Iowans better manage their financesPosted on
Iowa social service workers have a new way to help their clients with financial issues, thanks to a nationally recognized toolkit being offered by Iowa State University’s Human Sciences Extension and Outreach.
Human Sciences seeks new efforts in extension and outreachPosted on
Suzanne Bartholomae is well-versed in the benefits of extension and outreach.
Bartholomae, a state extension and outreach specialist and adjunct associate professor in human development and family studies, spearheaded delivery of a health insurance literacy curriculum to address confusion about the Affordable Care Act.