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Jul 8th, 2016
A young George Washington Carver intern learns valuable research skills this summer.
Jul 8th, 2016
A young George Washington Carver intern studies aspects of agricultural communications this summer.
Jul 8th, 2016
A young George Washington Carver intern studies organic farming this summer.
Jul 8th, 2016
A young George Washington Carver intern explores new areas of science this summer.
Jul 8th, 2016
A young George Washington Carver intern works to pursue his dream.
Jul 8th, 2016
A young George Washington Carver intern working to pursue her dream of becoming a plant pathologist.
Jul 8th, 2016
A young George Washington Carver intern working with agriculture cooperatives has goal to end world hunger.
Jul 8th, 2016
A young George Washington Carver intern plans to use what she learns this summer to become a pediatrician.
Jul 8th, 2016
A young George Washington Carver intern practices her passion this summer.
Jul 8th, 2016
A young George Washington Carver intern pursues her passion of working with animals this summer.
Jul 8th, 2016
A Young George Washington Carver intern continues her passion of working with soil science.
Jul 7th, 2016
Young George Washington Carver intern reassured of his calling.
Jul 7th, 2016
Young George Washington Carver intern studies genetics to aid in her future career goals.
Jul 7th, 2016
Young George Washington Carver intern teaching young students about Iowa agriculture.
Jul 7th, 2016
George Washington Carver intern exploring all opportunities available to her.
Jun 9th, 2016
It's been a busy year so far for CALS grad student Kim Kester as American Honey Queen.
May 9th, 2016
Joel Watson’s film, Farming’s Not Just a Job, is a story about how he decided to continue working on the family farm.
May 2nd, 2016
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences will honor graduates with special awards and recognition at the college's convocation event on May 7 beginning at 8:30 a.m. in Hilton Coliseum.
Apr 29th, 2016
This short video features students, faculty and staff taking a stand against racism.
Mar 11th, 2016
Alex Heckman’s video explores how his family’s farm has survived. His parents were never full-time farmers and he explores how his family has balanced farming while working full-time jobs.
Mar 11th, 2016
Nathan Lenz, a first-generation college student from Kellogg, plans to return to what he loves most – farming with his father. His film, Lenz Farms: Five Generations in the Making, features his family’s history
Mar 7th, 2016
Sue Lamont, an Iowa State University animal scientist, was recently recognized for her contributions to diversity at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Feb 25th, 2016
Researchers studied the spread of an eye infection among birds, similar to pink eye in humans. Jim Adelman, an assistant professor in natural resource ecology and management at Iowa State University, said revealing the role of bird feeders in this pathogen's transmission is critical to reducing the disease's spread and could provide insights into how pathogens are shared across species.
Feb 18th, 2016
For the past five years a group of Iowa State University students have managed a food pantry for peers. The pantry, which is known as The SHOP (Students Helping Our Peers), provides food and household items for students and staff on campus.
Feb 12th, 2016
Bernie Havlovic's career with Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms included opening and managing more research farms than anyone. He supervised five research farms, organizing and inaugurating four.

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