Amy Brandau In the News
Amy Brandau, academic advisor, has been recognized with an Innovation and Exceptional Advising During COVID Award for her outstanding advising efforts during the past 20 months.
Members of the Ag Business program made two presentations Feb. 4 at the ISU Learning Communities Mid-Year Institute in the Memorial Union.
The ISU Ag Business Club won the 2020 Undergraduate Student Section Creative Club Award from the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association (AAEA).
The COVID-19 pandemic is presenting new and unique challenges for undergraduate students this semester. For those who are now (or will be in the future) in quarantine due to COVID-19, the department would like to help brighten your two-week “staycation” at home with a small care package from us. Items include things like snacks, soup, and quarantine activities.
In a statement released April 10, President Wendy Wintersteen announced that al
Amy Brandau, an agricultural business academic advisor, received the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences' Learning Community Coordinator Award.
Seven members of the department were recently thanked through #CyThx recognition. The #CyThx initiative was formed to help support the ISU Strategic Goal #4: "to enhance and cultivate the ISU experience where faculty, staff, students, and visitors are safe and feel welcomed, supported, included, and valued by the university and each other.” The initiative invites Cyclones to share “Who makes you feel like a valued member of the ISU community?”
On Friday, Oct. 25, agricultural business senior Riley Arthur stepped onto the stage at the Alumni Association Awards ceremony in Scheman to accept the ISU Alumni Association Impact Award on behalf of the Iowa State University Agricultural Business Club.
The Iowa State University Ag Business Club won the "Outstanding Chapter" award at the Undergraduate Student Section Awards of the 2019 AAEA Annual Meeting, July 21-23, in Atlanta.
Ag Business Curtiss League members attended the annual Curtiss League Kick-off on Saturday, March 30th at Iowa State. The Curtiss League is the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ young alumni program. Members assist the college with recruitment, advocacy and awareness efforts.
Congratulations to Amy Brandau, academic adviser, who has won the 2018 ISU Award for Academic Advising Impact!
Amy Brandau, academic adviser, has received the CALS 2018 Outstanding Adviser Award.
Amy Brandau, academic adviser, and her work with ag business and economics undergrad students, was recently featured in STORIES magazine.
Georgeanne Artz, assistant professor, was diagnosed with melanoma cancer in August 2017. As co-adviser of the Agricultural Business Club, Georgeanne’s character of helping others is vital to the success of the club and its members.
Members of the college’s young alumni initiative, Curtiss League, were on campus Friday, March 31 for their annual kick-off event.
Terry Alexander, senior lecturer in economics and Amy Brandau, an academic advisor in the department of economics, are taking a group of 20 students to England and Scotland during spring break as a part of a CALS study abroad program. These students range from freshmen to seniors.
The Agricultural Business Club presented six members with Outstanding Club Member Awards at their annual awards banquet March 4th.
Six members of the Agricultural Business Club were recently presented with this year's Outstanding Club Member Awards. They were: