March 8-12 will feature panel discussions, speeches and programs highlighting women who are local and national leaders in politics, law, education and more.
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Assistant Professor Andrew Smith, in the Department of Psychology, was recently named a Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science (APS). According to the APS, the Rising Star designation is presented to outstanding APS members in the earliest stages of their research career, post-Ph.D. This designation recognizes researchers whose innovative work has already advanced … Continue reading Andrew Smith named Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science
One year ago, Jassma’ray Johnson (’23 psychology) launched a successful business from her Iowa State dorm room, rekindling entrepreneurial passions she had at a young age.
L. Alison Phillips, associate professor of psychology, has co-authored an article for the Washington Post with Assistant Professor of Kinesiology Jacob Meyer. The article, “Group exercise may even be better for you than solo workouts. Here’s why” appeared in the Post’s Health section.
Tuckness will use the Whitaker-Lindgren Faculty Fellowship to advance his research on the history of political philosophy and its implications for contemporary issues.
Christina Svec, assistant professor of music education, has published an article “Early childhood music research, practice and policy: A COVID-19 collaboration.” The article was published in the International Journal of Music in Early Childhood, an interdiciplinary forum directed at the empirical study of music in early childhood, or pre-birth to age 8.
Michele A. Schaal, associate professor of French, published an article, “A Neopicaresque Journey into Queer and Sex-Positivity: Wendy Delorme’s Quatrième génération.” The article was published in the journal Nottingham French Studies. Founded in 1961, Nottingham French Studies publishes articles in English and French and themed special numbers covering all of the major fields of the … Continue reading Michele A. Schaal publishes article in Nottingham French Studies
The Pittsburgh Conference Achievement Award will be presented to Robbyn Anand, assistant professor of chemistry and the Suresh Faculty Fellow. Dr. Anand and her research group have developed methods for single-cell analysis, electrokinetic separations in complex media, and voltammetry at bipolar electrodes. Anand is also the founder of the Midwest Retreat for Diversity in Chemistry. … Continue reading Robbyn Anand receives prestigious Pittsburgh Conference Achievement Award