|Iowa State alumna honored for 4-H service|
On the path to become a registered dietitian, one Iowa State University alumna has stuck to her 4-H roots. Allie Lansman (’16 dietetics) was presented the Outstanding Young Alum award, given by the Iowa 4-H Foundation at the 2017 Iowa 4-H Legacy Awards Gala.
|North Central Region Center for Food Safety Modernization Act Training– one year in the books|
With one year under its belt, the North Central Region Center for Food Safety Modernization Act Training (NCR FSMA) has made steady progress.
|Classroom assignments have real world impact for Iowa State alumna|
Less than one year after her graduation from Iowa State University, one alumna already is seeing the impact of the college classes she took.
|Dietetic interns turn focus to the environment|
As the world prepares to celebrate the 47th annual Earth Day this Saturday, Iowa State University is playing a leading role in increasing global awareness and appreciation for the Earth’s natural environment. Erin Bergquist, a senior clinician and dietetic internship instructor in food science and human nutrition, is co-chair of a national working group of […]
|Salibi has become ‘the face of food science at Iowa State’|
With spring graduation quickly approaching, one Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition (FSHN) student took time to reflect on his adventure at Iowa State University. De’Airius Salibi, a senior in food science and native of Iowa City, has made an impact on the FSHN Department at Iowa State since stepping foot on campus as […]
|Food science student headed to Yale|
Dan Tarte, a senior double majoring in food science and genetics, has been accepted at Yale University to pursue a Ph.D. in molecular biology.
|Iowa State students place at flexible packaging competition|
What started out as a class assignment ended with two Iowa State University students earning top honors at a national competition.
|College of Human Sciences students gain workplace readiness skills at etiquette dinner|
Human Sciences students are making strides in their career preparation that would make etiquette expert Emily Post proud. More than 50 students participated Thursday in an etiquette dinner, a collaboration between the college’s career services office and the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition. Student guests represented every College of Human Sciences department and […]
|Human sciences students spend their spring break serving others|
Sixteen College of Human Sciences students, including one from the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, were among 59 from Iowa State University who spent their spring break doing service projects aimed at helping those in need. Through the university’s Alternative Breaks program, students engaged in service learning in six states by working with […]
|Human Sciences students form campus clubs to increase Alzheimer’s disease awareness|
Every 66 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s disease. However, students within the College of Human Sciences are working to bring healing and hope to persons affected by Alzheimer’s, and to raise awareness for battling the disease.