|Body Image & Eating Disorder Awareness Week being celebrated at Iowa State|
February 27-March 4 is Body Image & Eating Disorder Awareness (BIEDA) Week at Iowa State University. Several events and activities have been planned to bring awareness to the issue. The week’s activities begin with an “Honor Your Hunger” event on Feb. 27, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the LeBaron Lobby. Then at 5 […]
|Food science post-doc awarded competitive fellowship funding|
A post-doctoral researcher has been awarded a USDA fellowship to support his research into bacteria found in beef.
|Online presentations to focus on GMOs|
Those interested in learning more about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are encouraged to register for the upcoming Current Issues in Nutrition online presentation.
|Applications being taken for Culinary Boot Camp|
Students are about to embark on a journey that will put their culinary skills to the test.
|Food science, culinary food science students attend AFA Food Institute|
A group of four Iowa State University students recently returned from their trip to the Agriculture Future of America (AFA) Food Institute in Chicago.
|Nutritional science student selected for new scholarship program|
A junior at Iowa State University (ISU) was among the 20 college students from Iowa and California to be selected for the first class of the new Principal Community Scholars Program. Mica Magtoto, a junior in nutritional science, received an email about the scholarship, which encourages students to complete projects that benefit the community.
|Iowa State University improves algae technology to treat wastewater for communities and businesses|
AMES, Iowa — Iowa State University technology that improves the efficiency of wastewater reclamation using algae has gotten the attention of small Iowa communities and the largest wastewater treatment system in the world. “This reactor greatly improves the efficiency of carbon dioxide and sunlight absorption. We found that the biomass productivity is about 10 times […]
|Nominations being sought for 2017 FSHN Alumni Impact Award|
The Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition (FSHN) is accepting nominations for the seventh annual FSHN Alumni Impact Award. “Each year we recognize FSHN alums who are making a difference,” said Ruth MacDonald, professor and chair.
|Students call work with Dance Marathon 'life-changing'|
College of Human Sciences students are taking their passion for helping people to make a difference in the lives of children with life-threatening illnesses.
|Dietetic interns gain insight into future of telehealth|
During the summer and fall months, nine individuals involved in Iowa State University’s Dietetic Internship had a unique opportunity to gain insight into the future of telehealth.