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Iowa State University leads the Big 12 Votes Initiative
In an Oct. 1 news release issued by the Big 12 Conference, President Wendy Wintersteen shared Iowa State's commitment to lead the way in promoting civic engagement.
President Wintersteen selected for National Council for Expanding American Innovation
President Wintersteen is part of the committee that will develop a comprehensive national strategy to increase American innovation by tapping into the strength of our nation’s diversity and increasing the opportunities for all Americans to participate in innovation.
ISU showcased as a leader in innovation
Iowa State University was selected to represent America's colleges and universities as a leader in innovation during the U.S. Postal Service's innovation stamp virtual unveiling on August 20.
Committee to Establish Principles on Renaming
In a June 11 campus message, President Wintersteen announced plans to name a university committee to establish principles on renaming.
Iowa State helping Iowans during the COVID-19 pandemic
In an editorial published April 27 in the Des Moines Register, President Wintersteen writes about the many ways Iowa State University is helping to respond to Iowans' needs with our core strengths — innovation, science-based extension and outreach, and education.
President Wintersteen helps lead national discussion on public higher education
President Wintersteen was a featured panelist at the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities national meeting. She was joined by four other university presidents and chancellors from California, New Jersey, and Maryland for a discussion on how public universities can better serve their students, communities, and country. Nearly 1,600 public university leaders gathered in San Diego, California, Nov. 9-11, for the 2019 APLU Annual Meeting.
2019 study shows Iowa State delivers $3.4 billion impact to state of Iowa's economy
Iowa State University’s $3.4 billion impact on the state of Iowa reflects service to families, communities and businesses and benefits to society from an expanded economy and improved quality of life, according to an economic and investment analysis conducted for the Iowa Board of Regents.