When Lexie O’Brien offers congratulations to her fellow graduating seniors this spring, she will encourage them to celebrate the strengths gained from their diverse experiences as they head out into the world. On May 8 at 9 a.m., the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences will share O’Brien’s remarks online just as the college’s in-person graduation celebration begins in Jack Trice Stadium.
Megan Behrends has developed a passion for Iowa State University, as well as the agricultural industry. She has been chosen as the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ student marshal for the university’s spring 2021 graduation celebration.
Growing up on her family’s northeast Iowa dairy farm near Aurora, Cynthia Hamlett developed a passion for agriculture. After dipping her toes in a couple different majors during her freshman year at Iowa State University, Hamlett decided to double major in agriculture and society and dairy science.
AMES, Iowa – The Iowa Chapter of Gamma Sigma Delta, the Honor Society of Agriculture, has announced the recipients of annual awards presented to Iowa State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences faculty, students and alumni.
AMES, Iowa – Skyler Rinker, an assistant teaching professor in the Iowa State University Department of Agricultural Education and Studies, has been named the James and Clare Frevert Ag450 Program Professor.
AMES, Iowa – The Iowa State University Department of Animal Science has received commitments of more than $2 million in private donations for Iowa State University’s new Turkey Teaching and Research Facility.
AMES, Iowa – Higher market prices, dry conditions in some stretches of the state and the lingering effects of last year’s derecho are just a few of the trends Iowa State University agriculture experts are tracking as we move closer to the prime
AMES, Iowa – The move to a virtual competition format did not stop members of Iowa State University’s Professional Agricultural Student (PAS) Club from bringing home several top state and national awards from recent competitions.
AMES, Iowa – Dhamu Thamodaran, retired executive vice president, chief strategy officer and chief commodity hedging officer for Smithfield Foods, will present the 2021 Carl and Marjory Hertz Lecture on Emerging Issues in Agriculture on April 12
AMES, Iowa – A gift from Farm Credit Services of America (FCSAmerica) will promote College of Agriculture and Life Sciences student innovation in the new Student Innovation Center at Iowa State University.
DES MOINES, Iowa – Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig announced today the recipients of the 2021 Secretary’s Iowa Ag Leader Awards, which are given to people and organizations that make exceptional contributions to the state’s agriculture
AMES, Iowa – Iowa State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences honored faculty and staff with awards in teaching, advising, research, extension and outreach, diversity and global engagement during a virtual ceremony March 22.
For the eighth year in a row, Iowa State University’s agricultural programs have been named to the top 4 percent worldwide among other agriculture and forestry institutions, according to the 2021 QS World University Rankings.