The spring issue of Iowa Stater, the official print magazine of the ISU Alumni Association, takes you deep inside the world of nanotechnology -- a world so small it's measured in billionths of meters. Discover how Iowa State researchers are advancing human and environmental health via this tiny, mighty science. Check out a feature on Dr. Frederick Douglass Patterson that highlights how the Iowa State grad helped launch the United Negro College Fund and Tuskegee Airmen.
This content and more stories of Iowa Staters making their communities, the state of Iowa and the world a better place are available on the magazine's companion website.
Full content from the magazine's debut issue last fall also is available now, including a Homecoming feature, Cyclone stories about centenarians Verne Harms and Viola Wilson, a tale of the origins of the Cyclone Football "Varsity" Marching Band, and a profile of 2022 Cyclone sweethearts Cheryl and Bob McCarthy.
ISU Alumni Association member-only content featured in the current issue (spring) includes a feature on the 50th anniversary of the Student Alumni Leadership Council and stories about alumni Lisa Schmit, task force co-lead with the National Weather Service; and juvenile book author David Barclay Moore.
Interested in full online access and receiving all three yearly issues of Iowa Stater in your mailbox? Become an ISU Alumni Association member today.