Students

Frontiers of the Discipline seminars

Are you interested in interacting with a faculty member as part of a small community?

Announcements

Dec. 1: Priority aid deadline for FASFA

Dec. 2: WinterFest

Connections

A "Connections" course is a learning community/seminar led by the same faculty member teaching the large lecture class. The seminars are designed to explore the connections between the lecture topic and issues and areas beyond the lecture discipline.

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Study Abroad opportunities around the globe

Iowa State University and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offer students an impressive selection of opportunities to study, work or have internships in other nations. Spending a year, a semester, a summer or even several weeks in another country produces benefits that last a lifetime.

Study Abroad website

Please review LAS Policies on ISU-Affiliated Travel if you will be participating in Iowa State sponsored and/or affiliated activities outside the U.S.

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers Frontiers of the Discipline, one-credit seminars that focus on cutting-edge research of faculty members. It’s an opportunity for students to interact with a faculty member as part of a small community (20-25 students) and learn first-hand about her/his current research.