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Read about our Grand View recent student success stories from 2017 below!
Missy Farni accepted an offer for the fall 2017 George Washington Carver Internship with the World Food Prize. She will be working with their director of communications, alumna Nicole Barreca ’12.
Kendall Antle was selected to attend the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) Capitol Hill Day program to put politicians in touch with science policy and to get students involved in science advocacy.
Angela Lose was honored as a 2017 Newman Civic by Campus Compact, a national non-profit organization working to advance the public purposes of higher education. The Newman Civic Fellowship is a one-year experience emphasizing personal, professional and civic growth.
Senior theatre arts major, Paige Beck, won first place in the REGION V Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in the American Theatre in Higher Education Dramaturgy competition. The award is for her dramaturgy work on GV’s 2015 production of Mad Forest.
2017 Iowa State Fair’s Annual Photography Salon juried exhibition featured recent grad, Krister Strandskov, for first place blue ribbon, State Fair Theme class.
Kaitlyn Bruns, Michael Miller, Nick Little and Cat Cline, research assistants in Grand View’s Psychology Research Lab, traveled to Boston to present at the Association for Psychological Sciences (APS) conference, one of the most prestigious national conferences in the U.S.
Nick Little, Zerina Modronja, Michael Miller, Courtney Kokemuller, Jacob Redman, Kaitlyn Bruns and Ashley Trainor presented findings from Dr. Josh Woods’ research lab at the Midwestern Psychological Association (MPA) in Chicago. MPA is a professional research conference that attracts world-renowned psychologists. Not only did they present alongside the best psychology programs in the country, including Michigan State University, Indiana University, University of Illinois, Northwestern University, University of Chicago and University of Miami, but their presentations were some of the most attended and well-received of the entire conference.
Kyle Boulanger attended a nine-week NSF structural biology program at the University of Oklahoma this summer. The program is designed to teach students skills in laboratory research, critical thinking, problem-solving, the process of science and communicating research results to the public.
Grand View’s Art & Graphic Design and Communication students were recognized nationally for their work in the production of Bonfire Magazine. The team won three awards at the 2016 edition of the College Media Association’s Pinnacle Awards competition.