Focus, a campus organization, is offering up to a $600 grant for students who want to seriously explore their creative side.
Iowa State hosted two career fairs Wednesday, exposing students of many different majors to countless career opportunities around the state an…
Friday, parking spaces throughout Ames’s downtown area were converted into small parklets for the public’s enjoyment.
This week, Iowa State students have the opportunity to attend several career fairs, offering chances to network for internships and even emplo…
The Innovation Fellows Program, ran by the Student Innovation Center, helps students make an impact in their chosen field before graduation.
The Iowa Nutrient Research Center recently announced its plans for the yearly funding it receives from the Ag Management Fund. The $1.4 million of annual funding is to be split to help support projects that have already been established as well as some new projects.
The Scheman building was crowded with students dressed to impress, hallways and rooms were lined with booths set up with snacks, stress-balls and all sorts of goodies to be handed out. It was Career Fair day for the College of Engineering, and students’ prospects for internship and career opportunities were looking good.
Iowa State’s College of Engineering is hosting several Career Fair events in September, starting this week with an in-person fair on Wednesday. CoE will have two other events this month including another in-person fair on Sept. 21 and an online career fair on Sept. 23.
The Iowa State Graduate College Center for Communication Excellence, known as the CCE, has launched a new program for graduate students. The Academic Communication Practices Track program, or AcComP Track for short, is open to all Iowa State graduate students.
Iowa State’s University Museums have long had a presence on campus, not only to add to the beautification of campus but to bring a new mode of literacy to students. The University Museums offer Visual Literacy programs and courses integrated into some courses at Iowa State to teach students the skills to come up with interpretations based on visual observation.
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Students of Iowa State University’s Department of Horticulture gathered to restore a walkway and staircase located on campus. The students, led by Horticulture Assistant Professor Dr. Grant Thompson, had begun the project the previous week on Sept. 1, as a part of their course: Landscape Construction Management.
Iowa State’s Student Innovation Center prepares to kick off Flagship Fridays for the fall semester. Flagship Fridays began last year during the pandemic, giving students a virtual opportunity to engage in a moderated conversation between proven innovators and leaders in various industries.