• Dr. Margaret Pruitt

    Dr. Margaret Pruitt - Molecular, Developmental and Cell Biology

    Chances are that you have never heard of Platynereis dumerilii, a marine worm that is used as a model to study early developmental processes. However, this is the organism that Dr. Margaret (Maggie) Pruitt had chosen as her next stepping-stone in her research career in Professor Stephan Schneider’s laboratory after completing her PhD in 2012 in the Molecular, Developmental and Cell Biology graduate program in Professor Clark Coffman’s laboratory.(Article Continues)
  • Arko Provo Mukherjee, center, president of Graduate and Professional Student Senate, talks with Bill Graves, left, associate dean of the Graduate College and GPSS adviser, and TJ Rakitan, a fellow student and club member, on Sept. 5.

    Welcome New Graduate Students!

    Over 200 new students attended the Graduate Student Orientation on September 4 sponsored by the GPSS and the Graduate College. CY made a surprise visit to help welcome the students along with University Administrators and representatives from ISU service offices (Provost Wickert, CELT, Parks Library, Health Services, Legal Services, Student Affairs, GPSS, and Graduate College). Click here to view a video of the welcome and a summary of the ISU services. (Article Continues)

    Photo by Jenna Reeves/Iowa State Daily
  • Chris Wiewiora

    Chris Wiewiora - Masters of Fine Arts graduate student in Iowa State University's Creative Writing and Environment Program

    Chris Wiewiora is a Masters of Fine Arts graduate student in Iowa State University’s Creative Writing and Environment Program. Chris has served as the managing editor of the literary magazine Flyway and the President of the graduate student organization AgArts, and has been a member of the Bluff Creek Bee Club. As a teaching assistant in the speech communication department, Chris champions his undergraduate students’ voices in public speaking. (Article Continues)
  • Stephanie Link

    Stephanie Link - Ph.D student in the Applied Linguistics and Technology Program

    Stephanie Link, a PhD student in the Applied Linguistics and Technology program, is interested in computer-assisted language learning (CALL), a topic that has kept her active in a variety of projects related to writing evaluation and research at Iowa State. (Article Continues)
  • Amanda Robinson

    Amanda Robinson - Ph.D. Student in the Department of Animal Science

    Amanda Robinson is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Animal Science at Iowa State University. She completed her B.S. in Animal Science in 2013 at Iowa State. She is majoring in Animal Physiology. Amanda's research at ISU focuses on comparative perinatal physiology. (Article Continues)
  • John Stinn

    John Stinn - Ph.D. Student in the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering

    John Stinn is a PhD candidate in the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering (ABE). Hailing from southwest Iowa, John grew up on a livestock farm and developed strong passion for animal agriculture, mathematics, and engineering at a young age. Enrolling into ABE at ISU ­ the place where the world¹s first degree of agricultural engineering was awarded, was thus a natural choice for John when it came to selecting university and major. (Article Continues)
Graduate College

Thanksgiving Week 2014 Office Hours

Monday 11/24 and Tuesday 11/25: 7:30am to 4pm
Wednesday 11/26: 7:30am to 3pm
Closed: Thursday 11/27 and Friday 11/28

Semester Break 2014 Office Hours

Monday 12/22 and Tuesday 12/23: 7:30am to 4pm
Wednesday 12/24: 7:30 to 12pm Office Closed: Representative available via phone 12pm to 4pm

Closed: Thursday 12/25, Friday 12/26 and Thursday 1/1

Office Closed: Monday 12/29, Tuesday 12/30, Wednesday 12/31 and Friday 1/2: Representative available via phone 8am to 4pm