Long before a patient steps inside a doctor’s office or a surgeon’s operating room, scientists at Iowa State have developed innovative methods and materials that produce more accurate data collection, sharper MRI scans, and more.
Diana Thatcher, a graduate assistant in the Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences, has been selected as a recipient of a 2016 National Association of Geoscience Teachers Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award.
Some of Serrato’s favorite things are experiencing different seasons and making friends with “nice Midwesterners” while pursuing her degree in meteorology. She is taking steps in order to work for NASA one day.
Since its creation by the National Defense Act of 1916, ROTC has become the largest producer of U.S. military officers, producing more than one million officers for the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Air Force.
Some teenagers dream of winning an Academy Award. Others dream of having their face grace the cover of Sports Illustrated. But when Ty Stafford was a teenager, he dreamed of being named one of Forbes 30 Under 30. So what’d he do to help make that dream come true? He went to college at Iowa State, of course.
While students embark on learning adventures that take them from the shores of Spain to the mountains of Peru, faculty connect Iowa State University to the world, and the world to Iowa State University.