- Physics student launches space science career
Noah Kutz has been accepted into the Graduate Space Systems program at the U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology, a highly competitive military graduate school.
- Brenda Goh selected as student marshal
Goh, a double major in political science and psychology, has demonstrated stellar leadership skills, outstanding academics and notable achievements in undergraduate research.
- Graduating senior pursued passion for marine biology at landlocked Iowa State
Toni Sleugh will begin a Ph.D. in marine biology at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego.
- Graduating ISU student has a plan: Use research to solve global problems
Behnia Rezazadeh Shirazi will conduct research into HIV vaccine discovery at the National Institutes for Health in Bethesda, Maryland.
- US landmarks bearing racist and Colonial references are renamed to reflect Indigenous values
Sarah Dees, assistant professor of American religions, discusses the Ioway Creek renaming—and how it reflects a broader trend of selecting Indigenous terms to define sites of natural and cultural significance.
- Bound to make an impact
Graduating senior Psalm Solomon Blaine Amos (’21 biology, environmental science) found support through the STEM Scholars and Science Bound programs to pursue his goals of improving water health.
- LAS student is one of two Iowa State Fulbright award recipients
Samuel Upah ('21 English education) will teach English to students in Spain and direct a play in which students will enhance their English language skills.
- Two LAS graduate students selected as Boren Fellows
Boren Fellows receive funding to support a semester or year studying abroad, with intensive language study and a connection to topics of national security.