Iowa State University College of Human Sciences Announces 2018-19 Scholarships Awarded to Undergraduate Students

Ames, Iowa – The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences has announced undergraduate students who were offered scholarships from the college and it’s academic departments.

Georgia Garrett of Ottumwa, Iowa (52501), who is studying kinesiology and health, was offered the Margaret Wiese Scholarship from the College of Human Sciences.

Wendy McVey of Ottumwa, Iowa (52501), who is studying family and consumer sciences education and studies, was offered the Smith Anderson FCS Scholarship from the College of Human Sciences.

Programs in the College of Human Sciences focus on fields of study that expand human potential and improve people’s lives. The college encompasses academic units that include the School of Education and four departments: Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management: Food Science and Human Nutrition; Human Development and Family Studies; Kinesiology and Health. Collectively these units award $1.3 million in student scholarships annually.

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