Author: Angie Hagerty

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Iowa State University earns Highly Established Action Plan Seal of Recognition for increasing democratic engagement

Efforts spearheaded by the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics and the Department of Political Science have earned Iowa State University a Highly Established Action Plan Seal of Recognition from the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge. Iowa State is one of 82 campuses to be so recognized by the ALL IN Campus Democracy … Continue reading Iowa State University earns Highly Established Action Plan Seal of Recognition for increasing democratic engagement

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Karen Kedrowski named Andrew Goodman Campus Champion of the Year

Karen Kedrowski, director of the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics and professor in the Department of Political Science, has been named the Andrew Goodman Campus Champion of the Year by the Andrew Goodman Foundation. According to the foundation website, this honor is awarded to an Andrew Goodman Campus Champion who creates and … Continue reading Karen Kedrowski named Andrew Goodman Campus Champion of the Year

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Alison Phillips and Philip Dixon part of research team which earned $1,050,000 CDC grant

Alison Phillips, associate professor in the Department of Psychology, and Philip Dixon, University Professor in the Department of Statistics, are co-principal investigators on a research project that was recently awarded a $1,050,000 grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC will fund their study, “Process and Outcome Evaluation of the Walk … Continue reading Alison Phillips and Philip Dixon part of research team which earned $1,050,000 CDC grant

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Arthur Winter earns 2022 Cottrell Plus SEED Award

Arthur Winter, professor in the Department of Chemistry, has earned a Cottrell Plus SEED (Singular Exceptional Endeavors of Discovery) Award for 2022. Administered by the Research Corporation for Scientific Advancement, this highly competitive honor was given to only five U.S. researchers this year. SEED Awards offer Cottrell Scholars the opportunity to start high-risk, high-reward new … Continue reading Arthur Winter earns 2022 Cottrell Plus SEED Award

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Daniela Dimitrova delivers keynote address at WJEC congress

Daniela Dimitrova, professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, recently delivered the keynote address at the World Journalism Education Council (WJEC) congress. More than 250 members attended the event, which was held online. Dimitrova’s talk was titled “Global Journalism in Times of Change.” WJEC is a coalition representing academic associations worldwide that are … Continue reading Daniela Dimitrova delivers keynote address at WJEC congress

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Matt Sivils publishes essay in “Approaches to Teaching the Novels of James Fenimore Cooper”

Matt Sivils, professor in the Department of English, has published an essay in “Approaches to Teaching the Novels of James Fenimore Cooper.” The essay is titled “Environmental Apocalypse and The Crater.” “Approaches to Teaching the Novels of James Fenimore Cooper” offers students bridges to Cooper’s novels, which grapple with complex moral issues that are still … Continue reading Matt Sivils publishes essay in “Approaches to Teaching the Novels of James Fenimore Cooper”