Category: Students

CATEGORIES: Internships, News, Students

Greenlee Internship Photo Challenge

Take a selfie. Win a prize! Let’s show off your summer internship. In your office, at the studio, in front of the building—anything tasteful and appropriate for use by the Greenlee Social Media team is welcome.

CATEGORIES: In the News, News, Students

Two Greenlee students receive Wallace E. Barron All-University Senior Award

Mariana Gonzalez and Anna Olson both received the Wallace E. Barron All-University Senior award, which recognizes outstanding seniors who display high character, outstanding achievement in academics and university/community activities, and promise for continuing these exemplary qualities as alumni. Gonzalez and Olson were two of seven Iowa State University students selected for this prestigious Iowa State University Alumni Association award.

March Madness 2023

My name is Harper Snead. I am a junior at Iowa State, studying public relations and communication studies. In March of 2023, I was fortunate enough to volunteer at the March Madness Midwest Regional Tournament during the Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight rounds in Kansas City, Missouri.

21st Annual First Amendment Days

First Amendment Days is a weeklong celebration of our First Amendment freedoms – religion, speech, press, assembly, petition. This year the celebration will be April 10-14. A diverse assortment of speakers, events and activities are offered on campus every spring as a creative way to engage students and the entire Iowa State community to better understand the power of free expression.

CATEGORIES: Events, News, Students

LAS Week: March 27-31

LAS Week is an event to celebrate the College of Liberal Arts and Science’s diverse academic areas in the physical and life sciences, math and computational sciences, communications, arts and humanities, and social sciences.

First Generation

I am a first generation. This means I was the first born on American soil. The first one to be a part of 82% of first generations to finish high school. The first one out of 36% of Latinos to go to college. (Link: The first one to have a better life than my family did.