Tuition at Iowa State is officially going up for the next academic year.
With tenure status and salary on the line, end-of-semester evaluations are important to ISU faculty. However, research at Iowa State has shown…
Over the month of April, the College of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State hosted the three dean candidates. The three candidates are Spencer J…
Some students go to extraordinary lengths to try to make the grade during finals week. One way some do is by using the prescription drug Adderall, generally used to treat Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD.
It has been an eventful year for Iowa State’s College of Engineering with a dean search, research projects making strides, annual events as well as guest speakers from all over the country.
As students begin to work their way through finals week, an assortment of snacks begin to make an appearance.
Christopher Hanes was named the director of Student Counseling Services (SCS) at Iowa State on Monday. Hanes currently serves as the associate director at the University of Cincinnati Counseling and Psychological Services.
Richard Cruse, professor of agronomy, and colleagues received a three-year grant of $746,000 from the Foundation for Food and Agriculture. With this money, researchers at Iowa State will continue to test how planting strips of prairie among row crops benefits the environment and how the soil changes over time after implementing the strips of prairie.
Jim Fay walks meticulously around his classroom nestled in Howe Hall. He shifts his attention between the 14 students in the classroom, catching up after the nine-day spring break that Fay left just a little bit early for.
From Monday until May 9, Parks Library will be open 24/7 for students to study throughout dead week and finals week.
Steve Kawaler, professor of astronomy and physics, along with 141 other scientists all over the world, are leading the research of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) mission.
The Iowa State College of Veterinary Medicine hosted the 36th annual SAVMA (Student American Veterinary Medical Association) Scamper run Saturday with the option of a 5K or 10K race.
In memory and celebration of Arbor Day, a bur oak tree was planted west of the campanile on Central Campus honoring the late professor Paul Wray.
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The Live Green! Initiative celebrated Earth Day, 10 Years of Living Green on the Iowa State Campus as well as Iowa State's many sustainability organizations, initiatives and accomplishments. The event had displays from sustainability-focused student, campus and community organizations and businesses. They also offered free bike tune-ups, snacks, giveaways and refreshments.
Susan Lamont, a C.F. Curtiss Distinguished Professor of Agriculture and Life Sciences and animal science professor, has been named the new Interim Director of the Egg Industry Center as of April 1.
The SAVMA Scamper 5K/10K run is an annual event put on by the Student American Veterinary Medical Association Chapter (SAVMA). SAVMA is a professional student organization within the College of Veterinary Medicine that links students with professional and social activities.
With summer fast approaching, Iowa State students are looking forward to expanding their knowledge through internships and taking advantage of a hands-on learning experience outside of the classroom.
Tracy Miller, associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences at Vanderbilt University, spoke Tuesday in the Sun Room in the Memorial Union.
This year, Iowa State's Live Green! Initiative celebrates it's 10 year anniversary, and will be wrapping up the year with a celebration that also honors earth month.
The college of Liberal Arts and Sciences has announced Monic Behnken, assistant professor in sociology, as the new director of the leadership studies program.
Tracy Miller, associate professor at Vanderbilt University in their College of Arts and Sciences, will be speaking about her research involving art, architecture and religion Tuesday.
Iowa State has started a new project to ring in the acceptance of incoming students.
Emotions are running high among The Fashion Show producers, directors, advisers and committee members now that The Fashion Show 2019 has concluded.
The search has been narrowed to four candidates as the Iowa State University Research Park (ISURP) continues to look for a new president. The position was previously held by Steve Carter, who retired at the end of 2018 after 18 years on the job. Each candidate had the chance to state their case for the job in an open forum and Q & A held at the park.
Richard Alomar, associate professor at Rutgers University and registered landscape architect, gave a lecture Monday titled “Sketching: The Mental Camera Roll," discussing the world of sketching and how much of an impact sketching has on the creativity portion of design.
Through student-designed pieces, a collaboration with guest designer Vans and a variety of student models, The Fashion Show 2019 took audience members “from coast to coast” Saturday night.
Iowa State Student Counseling Services (SCS) held its final forum on Friday to choose its new director.
With over 130 student-designed garments, The Fashion Show 2019 is ready to go "from coast to coast" in Stephens Auditorium on Saturday. In its 37 years of running, the show was recognized as one of largest student-run fashion shows in the nation.
Author Bob Quinn and co-author Liz Carlisle spoke about creating a food system where everyone wins in regards to their new book, "Grain by Grain: A Quest to Revive Ancient Wheat, Rural Jobs, and Healthy Foods" on Wednesday at Curtiss Hall.
Vans is the Guest Company Designer for this year's Fashion Show, and as a part of Fashion Week celebrations, the members of the Vans team will be speaking about their brand's mission.
Growing from eight to 30 members in one year, the Professional Agriculture Student Organization [PAS] at Iowa State already has a large amount of student involvement at the state and national level.
Campus was colorful Monday with the Fashion Week 2019 event Flower Power in Philly. From 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., in the west loop of the Memorial Union, there was free DIY flower-bouquet-making, Rita’s Italian Ice and a photo booth. There was also a chance to enter a raffle drawing for a $50 Anthropologie gift card. Official The Fashion Show merchandise was out for purchase as well.
For the past five years, Iowa State has won the ELECTRI International Green Energy Challenge competition and is competing again this year.
Kira Obolensky, a Mellon Foundation playwright-in-residence with "Ten Thousand Things," spoke about her experience with playwriting and what it takes to interest an audience in her lecture Monday night. Additionally, she shared the techniques she uses when thinking about stories.
Nicole Valenzuela is a professor of ecology, evolution and organismal biology at Iowa State. She is also a biologist raising awareness about the affects that climate change will have on many reptiles, specifically the painted turtle.
Teamwork plays a crucial role for the managerial and outreach producers to guarantee overall success of The Fashion Show.
Kira Obolensky, a Mellon Foundation playwright-in-residence with Ten Thousand Things, will be speaking at 8 p.m. Monday in the Pioneer Room of the Memorial Union.
Each year the week leading up to Iowa State’s Fashion Show is full of pop-ups, events, themed days and more to help get campus excited for and promote the main event.
Brian McClendon, former vice president of Google, gave a lecture Friday regarding the importance of machine learning and its impact on current businesses as well as his past experiences.
With the 2019 Fashion Show just around the corner, committee members, directors and producers are getting the finishing touches ready for the event. One of the 15 committees within the The Fashion Show is the Modeling Committee.
Iowa State’s MBA program made a jump in the 2020 U.S. News and World Report Best Graduate Schools rankings, placing in the top 10 percent for the first time. The Ivy College of Business full-time MBA program was ranked 79 in 2019, but jumped to 47 this year, placing it in the top 10 percent.
The candidate forums for the finalists in consideration to be the next James L. and Katherine S. Melsa dean of Iowa State’s College of Engineering have finished. There were five forums where each candidate explained who they were and what they felt they could bring to Iowa State as the next dean. Here is a summary of the candidates.
Brian Luke Seaward, faculty member at the Graduate Institute and executive director of the Paramount Wellness Institute, will be discussing the relationship between sleep, stress and technology in his lecture Tuesday night.