FSHN faculty, staff to receive ISU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences awardsPosted on
Iowa State’s nursing program receives final approvalPosted on
Nominate deserving FSHN alumni for 2018 Alumni Impact AwardPosted on
Iowa State students find plenty of opportunities on path to medical schoolPosted on
It was “Doc” who inspired an Iowa State University student to pursue a career in medicine.
Ben Dralle, senior in nutritional science and genetics, grew up in Osage, a town of fewer than 4,000 in northern Iowa. The whole town knows Doc – Dr. Mark Haganman – who’s been with Mitchell County Regional Health Center for 25 years. Haganman demonstrates the importance of humanity in medicine, Dralle said.
Rossmann Manatt awardee strives to provide research experiences to studentsPosted on
Graduate student selected for summer research internship with National Institutes of HealthPosted on
New faculty member brings microRNA gene research experience to Iowa StatePosted on
Keith Vorst’s work with recycled plastics featured in ISU Change Agent storyPosted on
Emerging and disruptive food technologies theme for upcoming Hilton Chair lecture seriesPosted on
Alternative breaks offer opportunity for service learningPosted on
A future teacher, dietitian, and event planner in the College of Human Sciences who have a passion for helping others are among 17 students from Iowa State University who spent part of their winter break assisting those in need.