Michael Christopher Low has been named an editorial board member at the Journal of Global History, published by Cambridge University Press. With an impact factor of 0.952, it ranks 4th of 89 History journals according to 2017 Journal Citation Reports. https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-global-history/information/editorial-board
SACNAS (Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science) announces the election of four individuals to its national Board of Directors, including the reelection of Dr. Corey Welch, Program Director, STEM Scholars Program at Iowa State University. “We are excited to welcome on the new board members. They bring a wealth of experience … Continue reading Welch re-elected to SACNAS board of directors
Iowa State University Assistant Professor of Theatre Cason Murphy presented his scholarship on the realities of inclusive theatre practices at the American Society for Theatre Research (ASTR) Forum held in La Jolla, California, on November 15 – 17, 2018. For this opportunity, Murphy was generously supported by the Department of Music and Theatre, as well as … Continue reading Cason Murphy presents at American Society for Theatre Research
Ames City Council Representative Gloria Betcher, Adjunct Associate Professor of English, presented a Spotlight Theater session on Productive Partnering at the National League of Cities (NLC) City Summit in Los Angeles, November 8. Betcher, First Vice Chair of the NLC University Communities Council, shared the stage with Ames City Manager Steve Schainker.
Charlie Kostelnick received the Outstanding Researcher Award in Memory of Kitty O. Locker from the Assoication of Business Communication at the organization’s annual conference on Oct. 26. The Outstanding Researcher Award recognizes and encourages excellence in business communication research.
The Iowa State University (ISU) Zeta of Iowa chapter of Phi Beta Kappa recently named Dr. Steven Rodermel an honorary member. By doing so, the ISU chapter said it corrected an oversight made 46 years ago. Rodermel, a Distinguished Professor in ISU’s Department of Genetics, Development and Cell Biology, graduated cum laude with a bachelor … Continue reading Rodermel named Phi Beta Kappa honorary member