The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is proud to announce the recognition of an incredible number of young alumni, students and faculty by the ISU Alumni Association.
Iowa STATEment Makers
Nine alumni from LAS have been chosen as 2018 Statement Makers by the Iowa State University Alumni Association.
Iowa 'STATEment Makers' recognizes the early personal and professional accomplishments and contributions to society of Iowa State University's young alumni. Recipients have made differences in their own lives, the lives of others, their communities and/or their professions through ambitious efforts that reflect the scholarly, entrepreneurial, or service-oriented spirit of an Iowa State University education.
- Sarah Hillier ('12 political science and international studies)
- Krisdeena Jansen ('09 sociology and interdisciplinary studies)
- Kelsey Kremer ('13 journalism and mass communication and communication studies)
- Andrew Lopez ('12 communication studies)
- Kelechi Osemele ('11 liberal studies)
- Kelli Rae Soll ('11 geology)
- Melanie Thwing ('11 political science and criminal justice)
- Jessica Hay Watts ('11 speech communication)
- Maia Zewert ('15 journalism and mass communication and English)
Wallace E. Barron All-University Senior Award
Five students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences were awarded the Wallace E. Barron All-University Senior Award by the Iowa State University Alumni Association.
- Brooke Almasi ('18 public relations)
- Emily Barske ('18 journalism and mass communication, and marketing)
- Malik Burton ('18 speech communication)
- Chris Celona ('18 criminal justice and sociology)
- Daniel Jacobi ('18 economics, political science and finance)
Faculty-Staff Inspiration Award
The Iowa State University Alumni Association (ISUAA) established this award in 2011 as a way for former ISU students to recognize current or former ISU faculty or staff members who had a significant influence in their lives as students at ISU. Two LAS faculty members were selected for the honors.
- David Edwards, professor emeritus in the Department of Psychology
- Thomas Emerson, professor emeritus in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication