- Believing in the power of community
Kaleb Nichols ('24 sociology) will use his future sociology degree to create strong communities for Black youth.
- Startups near state lines gravitate toward side with lower property tax
Peter Orazem, University Professor in Economics, led the study which was published in the journal Small Business Economics.
- Student-led Stupka Symposium endures as ‘celebration of science’
Annual event allows undergraduates to hone professional skills, gain leadership experience and network with faculty and alumni.
- Department of Mathematics hosts Sonia Kovalevsky Day for middle school girls
Event designed to spark interest in mathematics and boost representation of women in STEM fields.
- New model could improve matches between students and schools
Assistant Professor of Economics Bertan Turhan publishes study in Games and Economic Behavior.
- Iowa State spring commencement events are May 12-14
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences commencement ceremony will be held on Saturday, May 14, at 9 a.m. in Hilton Coliseum.
- Researchers reveal the origin story for carbon-12
Professor James Vary and Research Professor Pieter Maris contributed to these exciting discoveries that were recently published in Nature Communications.
- Political scientist sheds light on Russia’s war with Ukraine
A 2021 study by Scott Feinstein, assistant professor of political science, seemingly predicted Russia's unprovoked attack on Ukraine in February, and offers insight into Vladimir Putin's political strategy.