Leslie Hogben in the Department of Mathematics and Hridesh Rajan in Department of Computer Science honored for their distinguished efforts to advance science
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An estimated 2,171 students will graduate this weekend from Iowa State University. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the university commencement ceremony and college convocations will be virtual.
Robbyn Anand helps students thrive with valuable research
experiences, career-advancing opportunities and personal support.
History Professor Stacy Cordery devises creative strategies to foster student engagement and connection during the pandemic.
Mohamed Shogar came to the United States from Sudan in 2016, without knowing the language or understanding the culture.
Bartlett refused to give up on her education and will graduate next weekend with degrees in anthropology, classical studies and political science.
The biogeochemistry of ferruginous lakes and past ferruginous oceans Abstract Anoxic and iron-rich (ferruginous) conditions prevailed in the ocean under the low-oxygen atmosphere that occurred through most of the Archean Eon. While euxinic conditions (i.e. anoxic and hydrogen sulfide-rich waters) became more common in the Proterozoic, ferruginous conditions persisted in deep waters. Ferruginous ocean regions … Continue reading Swanner published in Earth-Science Reviews
Associate Professor Elizabeth Swanner will apply geochemical expertise in lakes that are analogues.
David A.M. Peterson, professor in the Department of Political Science and the Lucken Professor of Political Science, published an article in the British Journal of Political Science. The article, “Macrointerest” was published online by Cambridge University Press. The British Journal of Political Science (BJPolS) is a broadly based journal aiming to cover developments across a … Continue reading David A. M. Peterson publishes article in the British Journal of Political Science