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Margaret LaWare invited to speak at American Council of Learned Societies workshop

Margaret LaWare, associate professor of English and interim director of public speaking, was recently invited to North Carolina State University to attend an American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) workshop. The workshop was focused on the adoption of a digital humanities project, the “Virtual Martin Luther King, Jr. Project (vMLK)” in the speech communication classroom. … Continue reading Margaret LaWare invited to speak at American Council of Learned Societies workshop

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Michael Golemo publishes three works for full concert band

Michael Golemo, University Professor in the Department of Music and Theatre, recently published three works for full concert band. All pieces are published by Timeworks, LLC and available through JW Pepper. “Leo’s Song” “Hampton March” “Jingle Bells (For Everyone)”

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Dipali Sashital named to Biotechnology Council

Dipali Sashital, associate professor in the Roy J. Carver Department of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology, is one of three faculty members who were recently named to the Biotechnology Council at Iowa State University. The Office of Biotechnology facilitates and advances programs in research, education and outreach that contribute to the goals of Iowa State’s … Continue reading Dipali Sashital named to Biotechnology Council

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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