Study to explore how cognitive development affects later attitudes toward physical activityPosted on
Kinesiology professor Panteleimon Ekekkaki and graduate student Matthew Ladwig are working to find how cognitive development affects attitudes toward physical activity later in life.
Hydration strategy key as high school athletes begin practicePosted on
The first week of high school sports practices is a particularly vulnerable time for athletes, says an Iowa State University assistant professor of kinesiology. James Lang studies how environmental stresses, such as heat, affect how our bodies regulate internal temperature. Lang says being proactive about hydration, rather than reactive, is important to keep athletes safe.
Scholar draws Robert Wood Johnson Foundation support to build a healthier AmericaPosted on
Ashton Chapman, postdoctoral research associate in human development and family studies and associate director of research and engagement for the ISU Translational Research Network, has been selected to participate in a leadership development program with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Opioid prevention workshop draws 120 community leaders from 30 Iowa countiesPosted on
One hundred and twenty community leaders from 30 Iowa counties — including mayors, legislative staffers, health agency leaders, and court administrators — attended the “Planning to Take Action against Opioids in Your Community” workshop, on Wednesday, September 12, which aimed to equip community leaders with the tools to combat opioid addiction.
Iowa State part of $10 million effort to encourage a diverse faculty in STEM fieldsPosted on
Iowa State researchers are part of a national alliance that won a $10 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The alliance will develop programs that increase the diversity and effectiveness of faculty teaching science, technology, engineering, and math. Iowa State's part of the project focuses on working with community colleges to recruit and prepare a diverse group of graduate students for teaching careers at community colleges.
Link between divorce and graduate education a concern as more jobs require advanced degreePosted on
Children of divorce are less likely to earn a four-year or graduate degree, according to new research from Iowa State University. Researchers says it is important to understand this relationship as more jobs require a graduate or professional degree.
New tenured/tenure-track faculty announcedPosted on
As the new academic year begins, the Iowa State University College of Human Sciences announces four tenure-track faculty members who have joined the faculty in 2018.
Research on game-based learning reveals middle schoolers are motivated differentlyPosted on
New research by Iowa State provides guidance for which types of games may be most appropriate to integrate into the curriculum at different educational levels. Researchers discovered that the type of games selected for high schoolers and college students differ from those selected for middle schoolers.
Big data helps reveal use of hashtags in political consumerismPosted on
Doreen Chung, an associate professor in apparel, events, and hospitality management, is using big data to explore how hashtags play a role in political consumerism.
Decision to live together negatively affects wealth accumulationPosted on
Cohabitation has long-term financial implications, according to research from Iowa State and Kansas State universities.