|Thirteen students selected to help with American Israel Public Affair Committee Policy Conference|
Thirteen AESHM students were selected to work for Precision Meetings & Events, Inc. to help with the American Israel Public Affair Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference in Washington D.C. March 1-3. The thirteen students include Riley Hayes, Valerielizabeth Villa, Destiny Luchtel, Brianna Caudill, Sam Wenndt, Madeline Norling-Christensen, Emma Monthei, Jessica Florac, Ally Kreye, Megan Huftalin, Allyson Sedore, Taryn Kafer, and Kim Ferguson.
|Iowa State student takes African fashion designs nationwide|
Claire Kean is combining her talent in fashion design, love of travel, and personal connection with Africa to create a bold and colorful clothing line that’s gaining attention on the national runway.
|Sidney Pezley of event management featured in student profile|
Sidney Pezley, a senior in event management, is applying her knowledge and experience to real-life situations right on Iowa State's campus. In the past year she has interned as a conference manager for Iowa State's Conference Services Department and served as a member of the events committee for the Inter-Residence Hall Association. More»
|Sara Jablon receives a $9,000 fellowship from the United States Institute for Theatre Technology|
Sara Jablon, a graduate student in apparel, merchandising, and design, received a $9,000 fellowship from the United States Institute for Theatre Technology to use for travel in conducting interviews for her dissertation research.
|AMD senior Brenna Lyden featured in Trend magazine for internship|
Brenna Lyden, a senior studying apparel, merchandising, and design, was featured in Trend for her summer internship experience at Nordstrom in Seattle, Wash. More»
|Hospitality management senior Dominique Williams receives MLK Advancing One Community Award|
Williams, a senior studying hospitality management, was the student recipient of the Martin Luther King Advancing One Community Award.
|Iowa State Daily features YMA scholarship winner Sally Stringham|
Sally Stringham, senior in apparel, merchandising, and design and product development, won a $5,000 scholarship this year from the Young Menswear Association scholarship, aimed at encouraging gifted students to pursue careers in the apparel industry. More»
|Apparel, merchandising, and design alum Whitney Rorah's gown worn at Critics' Choice Awards|
Rorah, an apparel, events, and hospitality management alum, had one of the gowns she designed, Luella from her Primavera Collection, worn at the 20th Annual Critics' Choice Awards on Thursday, January 15. It was broadcast on the A&E TV network. More»
|Bob Bosselman elected President of Ames Convention and Visitors Bureau|
Bob Bosselman, chair of the Department of Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management, has been elected President of the Board of Directors for the Ames Convention and Visitors Bureau for 2015. In this role he will lead the Ames Convention and Visitors Bureau forward on its mission of bringing visitors to the Ames market with the potential of returning (hopefully often), and strengthening the hotel occupancy throughout the year.
|Hospitality management program excels at research conference|
Hospitality management graduate students from Iowa State University made a strong impression on the field at the recent Graduate Student Conference in Hospitality and Tourism in Tampa.