Iowa State University Cyclones join elementary students for some ExerCYsePosted on
An Iowa State University outreach program is boosting kids’ physical activity during the cold winter months.
ExerCYse Time, led by Iowa State’s ExerCYse is Medicine club, provides exercise events in a fun, safe environment for students ages 5 to 12. Since spring 2017, the events have expanded from the Forker Building gym on campus to off-campus, into Ames schools. This year’s events run through early March. Youth do not need to be from an Ames school to participate.
Iowa State students find plenty of opportunities on path to medical schoolPosted on
It was “Doc” who inspired an Iowa State University student to pursue a career in medicine.
Ben Dralle, senior in nutritional science and genetics, grew up in Osage, a town of fewer than 4,000 in northern Iowa. The whole town knows Doc – Dr. Mark Haganman – who’s been with Mitchell County Regional Health Center for 25 years. Haganman demonstrates the importance of humanity in medicine, Dralle said.
Hurricane relief with love, from Iowa StatePosted on
When Hurricane Harvey hit the Houston metropolitan area last fall inflicting $190 billion in damage, the staff and students of Iowa State University’s Teacher Education Services knew they had to help.
Iowa State has had a close working relationship with the Aldine Independent School District in Houston for 27 years.
Iowa State University research sheds light on trends in male alcohol usePosted on
A new study from Iowa State University researchers in human development and family studies reveals the impact of parent communication on alcohol use among male adolescents.
Olivia Diggs, lead author of the study and a human development and family studies graduate student who received a Ruth and Vincent Mahoney Student Opportunity Fund Scholarship, said the research highlights that parents have an influence throughout their children’s lifetimes.
Iowa State University to offer internships campuswide to young adults with disabilitiesPosted on
Iowa State University will this year expand a program that helps young adults with disabilities gain hands-on work experience — continuing the university’s leadership with an international program that hasn’t seen many internship sites in higher education.
First ISU 4U cohort applying for fall 2018 admissionPosted on
Denisse San Elias was in the eighth grade when Iowa State University made a promise to her and every student at King and Moulton elementary schools in Des Moines. Five years later and now a senior at East High, San Elias is realizing the significance of that promise. She is part of the first cohort of ISU 4U Promise students who will attend Iowa State in the fall. So far, 15 have been accepted. A majority of the 22 eligible students, including San Elias, qualify for a 100 percent tuition award.
Alternative breaks offer opportunity for service learningPosted on
A future teacher, dietitian, and event planner in the College of Human Sciences who have a passion for helping others are among 17 students from Iowa State University who spent part of their winter break assisting those in need.
Mother, son to graduate together from Iowa State UniversityPosted on
The School of Education’s sixth cording ceremony this Friday will include a mother and son graduating from Iowa State University at the same time.
Iowa State to showcase research about authentic food at international hospitality conferencePosted on
Honors student in kinesiology produces new children’s bookPosted on
A new children’s book written by an Iowa State University student aims to reduce the fear and anxiety that young children can have when going to the doctor.