- Researchers build long-sought nanoparticle structure, opening door to special properties
This new nanomaterial could have useful optical, mechanical, and electronic characteristics.
- Greenlee grad educates public about NASA’s Artemis I launch
Madison Tuttle (‘18 public relations) is part of the public relations team for NASA’s Artemis I launch.
- A physician in the making
Graduating senior Anna Garbe ('22 biology) is now bound for medical school, after finding support and momentum at Iowa State.
- Scott Feinstein to deliver LAS Dean’s Distinguished Lecture
Feinstein, an expert in Russian politics and violence in Eurasia, shines light onto Europe's largest conventional military conflict since World War II.
- Changing course
Caitlin Gonzales ('23 genetics) is excited to share her love of science with future high school students.
- Novel atlas shows vast urban infrastructure divide between Global South and Global North
A new study co-led by Yuyu Zhou reveals novel ways to measure urban development and project future energy use, emissions.
- Students lead outreach efforts to help peers engage with midterm elections
Go Vote 2.0 initiative aims to get students to cast their ballots.
- LAS honors alumni
More than a dozen LAS alumni will be honored for their achievements and contributions during Homecoming week.
Calendar of events
Student Innovation Center, Room 3231
Durham Great Hall, Memorial Union
Scheman Building and Hilton Coliseum
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