At the start of the calendar year, another college portal cited Iowa State’s Greenlee School as one of the best in the nation. Learn.org serves almost half a million visitors each month. A team of teachers, professional researchers and writers assembled rankings based on resources and prestige, including alumni awards and opportunities to use cutting-edge technology and work for award-winning student media.
In its feature about the Greenlee School, the site noted that our journalism and communication alumni have won five Pulitzer Prizes. “The Iowa State Daily won first place among student newspapers in its region in a 2011 Society of Professional Journalists competition. ISU was in the 151-200 range in the 2010 Academic Ranking of World Universities. The university tied for 94th in U.S. News & World Report‘s ranking of national universities for 2011.”
Learn.org also profiled the undergraduate and graduate programs at the Greenlee School, listing those with counterparts at Colorado State and Syracuse universities. Click here to read the reviews.
A review by College Atlas about Iowa State University also touted the Greenlee School as one of the best in the nation.
In describing degree programs, the online portal stated:
“U.S. News & World Report ranks ISU as one of the best 50 public institutions in the country. Its science, agriculture, and engineering programs are also nationally recognized. The aerospace engineering program ranks 13th among public institutions whose highest degree is a doctorate. The chemical and civil engineering programs are both ranked 20th among all schools nationwide, while the materials engineering program is ranked 17th best. The journalism school is also one of the best in the nation.”
College Atlas bases reviews on feedback from organizations, education professionals and students.