Monday, July 26 2004
Got fat? You need it to reap cancer-prevention benefits of vegetables
You've been eating a mixed greens salad for lunch for years now. Is it possible that the absence of fat in that salad has prevented your body from absorbing cancer-fighting carotenoids? Wendy White, associate professor of food science and human nutrition, has some surprising answers based on a recent study.
Wells president of psychology-law group
Psychology professor Gary Wells has been elected president of the American Psychology-Law Society, an organization dedicated to research and public service in psychology and law. An expert on the reliability of eyewitness accounts of crime, Wells has consulted or spoken to police, judges, and attorneys in 40 states and Canada as well as the U.S. Department of Justice.
Braue commander of ROTC Army detachment
Lt. Col. Lawrence A. Braue been appointed commander of the Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC) Army detachment at Iowa State. Braue was executive officer of the ROTC unit at the University of South Florida.
Agriculture, veterinary medicine and natural resources news from Iowa State University
Learn about compost blankets for roadway embankments, what the agritourism industry in Europe can teach Iowans, and the status of wine production in the Iowa in July's ag, veterinary medicine and natural resources news from Iowa State.
ISU selects new Veterinary Medicine dean
Dr. John Thomson, dean of veterinary medicine at Mississippi State University, Starkville, and a former Iowa State University faculty member, will become dean of ISU's College of Veterinary Medicine Aug. 16. He replaces Dean Norman Cheville, who is retiring. Thomson, a clinical epidemiologist, was selected following a nine-month nationwide search.
College of Business appoints Principal Financial Group Faculty Fellow
Mark Power, professor of finance in Iowa State University's College of Business, has been appointed the Principal Financial Group Faculty Fellow. The fellowship is for a five-year term, recognizing Power's research, service to the college and university, and commitment to teaching excellence.
ISU College of Business names Accenture Faculty Fellow
ISU's College of Business has named Anthony Hendrickswon as its first Accenture Faculty Fellow in Management Information Systems. Hendrickson is associate dean of graduate programs and associate professor of management information systems. The fellowship recognizes Hendrickson's contributions to the profession, the college and to the education of students.