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Phoebe Chong, a junior in elementary education, follows her passion for teaching and learning through her unique virtual experience.
Alexis Samano first heard of student affairs through their resident advisor as an undergraduate student. From that point forward, Alexis knew it was something they wanted to pursue. They hope to work as a university president or faculty member to help consistently promote diversity and inclusion in academic culture.
A junior studying elementary education, Brenna looks forward to creating an inclusive space for her students to have meaningful education experiences.
Sara Rosenthal discovered her desire to teach STEM-related topics to students through her job as a WISE Role Model. She later realized she had been preparing throughout her entire high school career to find and follow this career path.
By taking courses through DMACC in high school, Jenna Fisher decided that she wanted to pursue becoming a teacher. It is her goal to one day make positive changes to her own student’s lives.
I have city kids make comic books to create a buzz about mosquitoes and ecology By Katherine Richardson Bruna
Katherine Richardson Bruna, professor in the School of Education, orchestrates a summer camp educating future scientists on the relevance of…
College of Human Sciences to honor graduating seniors at 2021 Cyclone Graduation Celebration on Saturday By Breanna Bruening
Iowa State University and the College of Human Sciences will honor graduating seniors at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, May 8, 2021.
New curriculum guides communities on engaging with youth
What started out as an Iowa State University research project has turned into a free curriculum focused on actively engaging…
College of Human Sciences honors fall 2020 graduating seniors
The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences will honor fall 2020 graduating seniors individually in a virtual event celebrating…
Photo of the Week
While creating a light-up face mask, Zachary Hardaway, a freshman in mathematics, gets assistance from Laura VanWaardhuizen, assistant teaching professor…