Tag: students

CATEGORIES: October 2020

Humans of WLC: Ben Mayer

Ben Mayer is a senior majoring in anthropology with a minor in classical studies. He shares his unique adventure here at Iowa State. Honestly, the vibe is what made me decide to come to ISU. It was about two months before I graduated high school that I picked a school. After I visited ISU and … Continue reading Humans of WLC: Ben Mayer

CATEGORIES: Winter 18-19

WLC’s Take on Open Spaces

Inspired by similar events in Paris, Open Spaces ISU is a new, monthly event that allows anyone to teach a skill they have or learn something new. The organizers of the events, Profs. Mark Looney, Beth Martin, and Jean-Pierre Taoutel, are all members of WLC faculty, and they have great passion for this series. What … Continue reading WLC’s Take on Open Spaces


Students Helping Students

If you are looking to get involved in something fun, there is no better place than the WLC. The department is chock full of clubs rich with academic and fun opportunities! Find humans interesting? Swing by Anthropology Club every other Wednesday in the “Monkey Room”–2130 Pearson–at 7pm. The president of the club says they are … Continue reading Students Helping Students


Cover Your Costs

Apply for WLC scholarships! College is expensive, and WLC will help you pay for it! WLC has a number of scholarships available to students for majors and minors in WLC programs as well as studying abroad. The applications for these scholarships began October 1, 2018 and must be completed by February 15, 2019. New for this … Continue reading Cover Your Costs


Gaining Global Experience

This summer marks the start of two new study abroad options for Spanish students, and one of these is a summer in Cuenca, Ecuador. ISU Global Internships and Language: Summer in Cuenca Ecuador seeks to fulfill a WLC department goal to “educate and prepare globally informed and cultural-competent citizens who understand the reciprocal impact of … Continue reading Gaining Global Experience