Iowa State’s RN-BSN nursing program receives final approvalPosted on
Iowa State University will begin enrolling students in the new Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program.
Kinesiology faculty, students spark conversation about diversityPosted on
Scherezade Mama, an assistant professor at Pennsylvania State University, will give a public lecture about physical activity promotion among underserved populations, 7 p.m. Thursday, March 1 in the Sun Room of the Memorial Union.
Online training equips child care providers with information about health and safetyPosted on
About 23,640 Iowa child care providers and early childhood teachers have received online training about health and safety, child development, cultural diversity, and homelessness through the Essentials Child Care Preservice Series.
Iowa State University Cyclones join elementary students for some ExerCYsePosted on
An Iowa State University outreach program — ExerCYse Time — is boosting kids’ physical activity during the cold winter months.
Iowa State students find plenty of opportunities on path to medical schoolPosted on
Iowa State has a strong support system for pre-med and pre-health students, even without a college of human medicine or pre-health committee. Advisers and students say the opportunities in coursework, activities, research and study abroad inspire students to continue on a path to medicine.
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.
Rossmann Manatt awardee strives to provide research experiences to studentsPosted on
They say it’s never too early to begin gaining research experience, and that is just what Kevin Schalinske provides in his lab for not only graduate students, but undergraduates, as well.
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.
New faculty member brings microRNA gene research experience to Iowa StatePosted on
She once thought fruit flies were just annoying little bugs, but now Elizabeth McNeill spends her time studying them as part of her research.