On a recent trip to Ghana to finalize the Dietetics Internship details, Erin Bergquist, (left); Jean Anderson, (middle, kneeling); and Grace Marquis (back right) met with representatives from the University of Ghana.
ISUís dietetic internship is first in nation to go international with new Ghana program
Iowa State University's Dietetics Internship program, already the country's largest, will be the first in the nation to offer an international component. ISU interns will have the option of working in Ghana beginning in January.
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack
USDA Secretary Vilsack to speak on food insecurity at Iowa State University
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture and former Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack will give a speech on worldwide food insecurity Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 5 p.m. in the South Ballroom of ISU's Memorial Union. The event is free and open to the public.
ISU political academics get front row seat to presidential campaign every four years
As long as Iowa continues to
host its first-in-the-nation caucuses -- allowing Iowans to
cast the first votes in the presidential nominating process
every four years -- Iowa State University faculty will have a
front row seat to the campaign. Three ISU political
scientists discuss that rare inside view and the unique
opportunity it presents them in their research and
Presidential campaign site.
Iowa State researchers help detect very-high-energy gamma rays from Crab pulsar
Iowa State University researchers helped design and build the
$20 million instrument that allowed astrophysicists to discover
the first very-high-energy gamma rays from a pulsar. The
discovery is reported in the Oct. 7 issue of the journal
Iowa State, Ames Laboratory, Technion scientist wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry
The Nobel Foundation today announced Dan Shechtman of Iowa State University, the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory and Israel's Technion has won the 2011 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. The foundation announced The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences picked Shechtman "for the discovery of quasicrystals."
ISU study finds Iowa's local housing trust funds respond well to affordable housing demand amid rising poverty
Iowa's State Housing Trust Fund is responding well to the demand for affordable housing in the state, according to an Iowa State University study. However, during the eight years of the program's existence, roughly 70,000 more Iowans tumbled into poverty, creating an affordable housing need that is unmet - and largely unknown. The Iowa Finance Authority commissioned the ISU College of Design's Department of Community and Regional Planning to conduct the study, which provides an overview and analysis of the state's Local Housing Trust Fund Program.
ISU's Pease Family Scholar to address physical fitness and mental health on Oct. 13