One-hour Researcher Guidebook webinars presented by University-Industry Demonstration Partnership kick off February 7
The seven free one-hour webinars for researchers and contract negotiators are designed to give you a competitive edge and provide you with insight to better navigate expectations when industry and university researchers collaborate. The webinars are hosted by the Office of Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer. Attend one or more sessions, but RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week in advance. Each session runs from noon to 1
15 p.m. at 1805 Collaboration Place in Ames, except on February 21, when it will be held in Room 6115 of Building 6 at the Research Park.
McNeill joined the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition as an assistant professor earlier this month. Having earned her bachelor of science...
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Greg Welk and an interdisciplinary research team receives funding for expansion on school wellness program
College of Human Sciences researchers Greg Welk, Spyridoula Vazou, and Lorraine Lanningham-Foster, as well as a College of Liberal Arts and Sciences researcher Doug Gentile, received funding to continue the expansion of the School Wellness Integration Targeting Child Health (SWITCH) Project. The team of researchers are running this project to enhance school wellness programming in Iowa. The new funding will enable the team to extend their evidence-based training model developed for elementary schools into middle schools.
Carolyn Elbert, Stewart Burger, Eric Olson, Virigina Wangerin, Doreen Chung receive CHS Innovative Teaching Grants
The College of Human Sciences has awarded four 2017-2018 Innovative Teaching Grants to support development and delivery of innovative approaches to enhance student learning. Grant recipients are AESHM lecturers Carolyn Elbert and Stewart Burger for a new course focusing on non-alcoholic beverages and cafe operations, AESHM assistant professor Eric Olson for creation of a new online master's program in event management, FSHN clinical assistant professor Virginia Wangerin to successfully launch the new bachelor's degree in nursing program, and AESHM assistant professor Telin "Doreen" Chung for a new 500-level course focusing on Social Network Analysis, a research tool for understanding human interactions using big data techniques. The grants of up to $20,000 can be used over a period of two years.
Auriel Willette receives award for metabolism research
Auriel Willette, an assistant professor in food science and human nutrition, was awarded $149,820 from the Alzheimer's Association. He will be looking at how mutations in energy metabolism genes, called Sirtuins, affect Alzheimer's disease progression, memory, and both brain structure and blood sugar use.
Cassondra Saande is awarded for whole egg consumption research
Cassondra Saande, a food science and human nutrition graduate student, is granted $20,000 from the American Egg Board for the Egg Nutrition Center's Young Investigator Research Award for Early Exploration. The purpose of her research is to understand how whole egg consumption influences insulin sensitivity and inflammation during the progression of obesity and insulin resistance.