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He tried out for the Cy position just to say he’d been Cy for 15 minutes. Instead he made the elite team of seven students.
I learned that even if the war on hunger doesn’t become my life’s work, whatever my calling, I must have the same enthusiasm as the researchers I met.
After working summers in New Mexico; I realized my true passion was to actively manage ecological systems and teach forestry concepts.
This summer I interned with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Communications Service. I’ve written about research in the college, my experiences and the experiences of other students.
I participated in a two-week medical mission to Costa Rica and Nicaragua through an organization called International Service Learning.
Spending six weeks in Uganda shaped my perspective on rural development...
Be open to the many opportunities at Iowa State. They are truly endless and can open up new interests, hobbies and goals.
I chose biology and global resource systems because together these majors serve as a strong foundation for my future pursuits in medicine and health policy.
I've traveled to four countries, photographed the insides of a tiny seed with a scanning electron microscope, used a staircase as a musical instrument, and learned to discern a Riesling from a Tokaji.