List of Iowa State University people
This list includes notable alumni, non-matriculating, faculty, and staff of what is now Iowa State University (ISU).
- Don E. Albrecht (b. 1952), rural sociologist
- Aureliano Brandolini (1927–2008), Department of Botany and Agronomy class of 1955, Italian agronomist and development cooperation scholar.
- William R. Brinkley, Biology PhD 1964, Dean Emeritus of Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine.
- Margaret Burchinal (1951), quantitative psychologist and statistician known for her research on child care
- Nathaniel Oglesby Calloway (1907–1979), B.S 1930 and Chemistry PhD 1933, he is first African-American to receive a PhD in chemistry from Iowa State University. Professor at the University of Illinois Medical School, medical director of Provident Hospital in Chicago until 1949, and then founded the Medical Associates Clinic of Chicago.
- David P. Campbell, B.S. and M.S., creator of Strong-Campbell Interest Inventory, an interest inventory used in career assessment. ISU Distinguished Alumni Award in 2007.
- Michael M. Crow (b. 1955), Political Science B.A. 1977, president, Arizona State University since 2002.
- Niels Ebbesen Hansen (1866–1950), M.S., 1895, Head of the Horticultural Department at South Dakota State University.
- JoAnne L. Hewett (b. 1960), Physics and Mathematics B.S. 1982, theoretical particle physicist on the faculty of the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.
- Harold Hume (1875–1965), B.S. 1899 and M.S. 1901, noted citrus fruit horticulturalist and president of the University of Florida.
- Leonard Klinck (1877–1969), Agriculture M.S.,1905, second president of the University of British Columbia (1919–1940).
- Charles Boynton Knapp (b. 1946), B.S. 1968, president of the University of Georgia (1987–1997).
- Samuel Massie (1919–2005), Chemistry PhD 1942, he was a science educator, he worked on the Manhattan Project during World War, and was the first African American to teach at the U.S. Naval Academy.
- James L. Oblinger (b. 1945), Food Technology M.S. 1970 and Food Technology PhD 1972, Chancellor at North Carolina State University from 2005 until 2009. Awarded the ISU Distinguished Alumni Award in 2006.
- Frederick Douglas Patterson (1901–1988), 1927 M.S. and Veterinary Medicine PhD 1923, former president of Tuskegee Institute and founder of the United Negro College Fund.
- Roy Vernon Scott (b.1927), B.S. 1952, he is a historian of agriculture and railroads, and Professor Emeritus at Mississippi State University.
- Subra Suresh (born 1956), Mechanical Engineering M.S. 1979, he is the former president of Carnegie Mellon University, the former director of National Science Foundation, and the former Dean of Engineering at M.I.T..
- Edward M. Walsh (b. 1939), M.S. 1963 and PhD 1964, founder of the University of Limerick.
- Earl G. Yarbrough (b. 1946), Industrial Education PhD 1976, he is a former president of Savannah State University (2007–2011).
Art and designEdit
- Oshoke Pamela Abalu (born 1978), co-founder of The Love and Magic Company and former Chief Architect at MetLife,
- Jeremy Caniglia (born 1970), Fine Arts B.F.A. 1993, illustrator of book covers for fantasy and horror genres.
- Michael Mabry (born 1955), attended for only one year, graphic designer and illustrator
- Conde McCullough (1887–1946), civil engineering graduate in 1910, a noted bridge engineer and architect.
- Mallory Snyder, (attended but did not graduate), Sports Illustrated swimsuit model, actress, MTV's The Real World: Paris (2003).
- Carol Wilson B.A., operatic soprano
- Chris Soules, Agriculture B.S., actor, contestant on season 10 of ABC's The Bachelorette and Season 19 of The Bachelor
- Stephanie A. Burns (b. 1955), Organic Chemistry PhD 1982, chairman, president and CEO, Dow Corning, winner of 2011 International Palladium Medal.
- Vance D. Coffman (b. 1944), Aerospace Engineering B.S. 1967, retired chairman and CEO, Lockheed Martin, member of National Academy of Engineering.
- Charles W. "Chuck" Durham, founder of global architecture and engineering firm HDR, Inc. and noted philanthropist.
- Edward C. Droste, CEO and founder of Provident Management Corporation, co-founder of Hooters restaurants
- Roswell Garst, established one of the world’s leading seed corn companies; hosted Nikita Khrushchev on his farm in 1959
- Porter Jarvis (1902–1991), president, then chairman of Swift & Company, 1955–1967
- Jerry Junkins, chairman and CEO of Texas Instruments
- Antti Herlin, fourth chairman of the board of KONE Corporation; richest man in Finland
- Shawne Kleckner, founder and owner of The Right Stuf International
- Murray Joslin, pioneer on nuclear energy, vice-president of Commonwealth Edison
- Dennis Muilenburg, chairman, president and chief executive officer of the Boeing Company
- Bruce Roth, inventor of Lipitor; vice president of chemistry, Pfizer
- Russell Stover, founder of Russell Stover Candies (attended year and a half but did not graduate)
- Sehat Sutardja, co-founder and CEO of Marvell Technology Group
- Thornton Wilson, former chairman of the board and chief executive officer of the Boeing Company
- Todd Snyder, founder of Todd Snyder clothing company and co-founder of Tailgate Clothing Company
Government and politicsEdit
Presidents and vice-presidentsEdit
- Parviz Davoodi (b. 1952), Economics PhD 1981, first Vice President of Iran.
- Lee Teng-hui (b. 1923), Agricultural Economics M.S. 1953, former President of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
- Henry Agard Wallace (1888–1965), Animal Husbandry B.A. 1910,Vice President of the United States (from 1941–1945) and founder of Pioneer Hi-Bred, a producer of hybrid seeds for agriculture.
- John Garang (1945–2005), Economics PhD 1981, former commander of SPLA and former Vice President of Sudan.
Executive council membersEdit
- Sawsan Ali Sharifi (b. 1956), Animal Science M.S. 1981 and PhD 1983, former Iraqi Minister of Agriculture in 2004.
- Luis Ernesto Derbez (born 1947), Economics PhD 1980, current academic rector for the Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP), former Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs (2003–2006) and Secretary of Economics (2000–2002).
- Lauro Cavazos (b. 1927), Economics PhD 1954, former U.S. Secretary of Education.
- Ezra Taft Benson (1899–1994), Agriculture Economics M.S. 1927, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, and 13th President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
- Steven VanRoekel, Management of Information Systems B.A. 1994, second Federal Chief Information Officer of the United States.
- Henry C. Wallace (1866–1924), attended for two years 1885-1887 but did not graduate, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture from 1921–1924.
- Berkley Bedell (1921–2019), attended for two years but did not graduate, United States Representative from Iowa's 6th congressional district (1975–1987).
- Bruce Braley (born 1957), B.A. 1980, United States Representative from Iowa's 1st congressional district (2007–2015).
- Joni Ernst (born 1970), Psychology B.A. 1992, United States Senator from Iowa since 2015, Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Iowa Army National Guard (1993–2015).
- Tom Harkin (born 1939), Government and Economics B.A. 1962, United States Senator from Iowa (1985–2015), author of Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA).
- Tom Latham (born 1948), attended but did not graduate, United States Representative from Iowa's 4th congressional district (1995–2015).
- Dave Loebsack (born 1952), B.S 1974 and M.A. 1976, United States Representative from Iowa's 2nd congressional district (current).
- Elaine Szymoniak (1920–2009), Family Environment M.A. 1977, Iowa State Senator (1988–2000).
- Garrey Carruthers (b.1939), Economics PhD 1968, Governor of New Mexico (1987–1991); president and CEO of Cimarron Health Plan.
- Bourke B. Hickenlooper (1896–1971), Industrial Science B.A. 1919, Governor of Iowa (1943–1944) and longtime U.S. Senator (1945–1969).
- John Edward Jones (1840–1896), class of 1865, eighth Governor of Nevada.
- Sally Pederson (born 1951), class of 1973, former Lieutenant Governor of Iowa.
- Kim Reynolds (born 1959), degree concentrations in Political Science, Business Management, and Communications B.L.S. 2016, the 43rd Governor of Iowa.
- Charles Manatt (1936–2011), Rural Sociology B.A. 1958, former chair of Democratic National Committee, former U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic.
- Dan Mozena (born 1949), History and Government B.S. 1970, U.S. Ambassador to Angola.
- Carrie Chapman Catt (1859–1947), General Science B.S 1880, leader of women's suffrage movement and founder of the League of Women Voters.
- Frank J. Christensen (born 1961), American Labor Leader.
- Vine Deloria, Jr. (1933–2005), General Science B.S 1958, Native American rights leader and author.
- Gwynn Garnett (1909-1995), B.S. 1934, administrator of the Foreign Agricultural Service from 1955-1959 and author of the first draft of what would become the Food for Peace program.
- Spencer Haven (1868–1938), B.S. 1890, Attorney General of Wisconsin (1918–1919).
- Jon Lindgren (born 1938), B.S. 1960, Mayor of Fargo, North Dakota, 1978–1994 and pioneering LGBT supporter.
- Thomas Harris MacDonald (1881–1957), Civil Engineering B.S. 1904, led the development of the Interstate Highway System.
- Elwood Mead (1858–1936), Civil Engineering PhD 1883, commissioner of U.S. Bureau of Reclamation during construction of the Hoover Dam, namesake of Lake Mead.
- Bill Northey (born 1959), Agricultural Business B.A. 1981, Secretary of Agriculture for the State of Iowa.
- Trudy Huskamp Peterson, B.S. 1967, Archivist of the United States (1993–1995).
- Robert W. Sennewald, B.A. 1951, Commanding General, United States Army Forces Command.
- Scott Stanzel, B.A. 1995, deputy press secretary at the White House in the George W. Bush administration.
- Anthony Worth, Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire.
- Terry A. Anderson, B.A. 1974, former Middle East Bureau Chief, The Associated Press
- Sally Jacobsen, B.A., journalist and foreign correspondent, first woman to serve as international editor of the Associated Press
- Arendo Joustra, attended Graduate School, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, 1979–1980 – Dutch writer and editor in chief Elsevier
- Robert E. Kowalski, B.A. 1966, M.S. 1977, best-selling medical author
- John Madson, 1951 (wildlife biology), freelance writer (outdoor sports periodicals); became independent scholar of tallgrass prairie ecology
- Sean McLaughlin, B.A. journalism, former Today Show weather anchor
- Christine Romans, B.A. 1993, CNN Chief Business Correspondent
- Hugh Sidey, B.S., journalist for Life and Time magazines
Pulitzer Prize winning journalistsEdit
- Robert L. Bartley (1937–2003), B.A. 1959, recipient of the 1980 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing; editor of Wall Street Journal opinion page, vice-president of Dow Jones & Company.
- Tom Knudson, Journalism B.A. 1980, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner in 1985 and 1992.
- Ted Kooser (b. 1939), B.S. 1962, U.S. Poet Laureate (in 2004–2006) and recipient of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.
- Lauren K. Soth (1911–1998), Agriculture Journalism B.A. 1932 and Agriculture Economics M.S. 1938, he was the recipient of the 1956 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing.
- Jennifer Jacobs, journalist and a senior White House correspondent for Bloomberg News.
Science and technologyEdit
Aerospace engineering and mechanical engineeringEdit
- Clayton Anderson (born 1959), M.S. 1983, NASA astronaut; first Iowa State Alum in space
- Steve Bales (born 1942), Aerospace Engineering B.S. 1964, director, Space Operations Management Office at NASA; known for the Apollo 11 landing.
- Clarence Chamberlin (attended but did not graduate), aviation pioneer
- Firouz Naderi (born 1946), Mechanical Engineering B.S. 1969, Iranian-American, served 36 years at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), also has an asteroid named after him, "5515 Naderi".
- Sadanand Joshi, Ph.D. 1980, president of Joshi Technologies International, Inc. (JTI) and a petroleum engineer, he contributed in developing horizontal well technology to produce crude oil and natural gas.
Agriculture sciences, plant sciences, and food scienceEdit
- Griffith Buck (1915–1991), B.S. 1948, M.S. 1949, Ph.D. 1953, professor of horticulture; developed nearly 100 new varieties of roses
- George Washington Carver (1860s–1943), B.S. 1894, M.S. 1896, American botanist and inventor, the first African-American student and the first African-American faculty member at ISU.
- Michael Grimes, MS 1922, PhD 1923, Irish scientist and first Professor of Microbiology at University College Cork
- Edward F. Knipling (1909–2000), Entomology Ph.D. 1947, he was a noted entomologist and World Food Prize winner for his work on developing the sterile insect technique for eradicating or suppressing the threat posed by pests to the livestock and crops that contribute to the world’s food supply.
- Rose Marie Pangborn (1932–1990), Food M.S. 1955, she was a food scientist, food technologist, a pioneer in the field of sensory analysis of food attributes, and professor at University of California, Davis.
- G. Malcolm Trout, B.S. 1923, M.S. 1924, noted food scientist and creator of homogenized milk
Chemistry and biochemistryEdit
- Julian Banzon (1908–1988), Biochemistry Ph.D. 1940, biochemist, National Scientist of the Philippines
- Lawrence F. Dahl, Ph.D. 1956, professor emeritus of chemistry at the University of Wisconsin–Madison
- Velmer A. Fassel, Ph.D. 1947, chemist, creator of inductively coupled plasma for mass spectrometry
- Lyle Goodhue, B.S. 1928, M.S. 1929, Ph.D. 1934, he was an inventor, research chemist and entomologist.
- Darleane C. Hoffman, B.S. 1948, nuclear chemist, part of the team that discovered Seaborgium, faculty senior scientist in the Nuclear Science Division of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and a professor in the graduate school at University of California, Berkeley.
- Dale A. Anderson, M.S. 1959, Ph.D. 1964, pioneer in the field of computational fluid dynamics
- John Vincent Atanasoff (1903–1995), ISU Math M.S. 1926, (see also Atanasoff–Berry Computer), inventor of the first electronic digital computer
- Clifford E. Berry, (1918–1963), B.S. 1939, MS 1941, Ph.D. 1948, (see also Atanasoff–Berry Computer), co-developer of the first electronic digital computer
- Bob O. Evans, B.S. 1951, computer pioneer and National Medal of Technology recipient
- John Gustafson, M.S. 1981, Ph.D. 1982, computer scientist and businessman, chiefly known for his work in High Performance Computing (HPC) such as the invention of Gustafson's law of parallel computing, introducing the first commercial computer cluster.
- Tom M. Whitney, BS 1961, MS 1962, Ph.D. 1964, co-inventor of the first handheld calculator able to perform trigonometry, and former executive vice-president of engineering at Apple Inc.
- Albert Turner Bharucha-Reid, mathematician, probability and Markov chain theorist
- Arthur E. Bryson, Jr., "father of modern optimal control theory"
- Gertrude Cox B.S. 1929, American statistician, president of American Statistical Association in 1956 and the first woman elected into International Statistical Institute
- Wayne Fuller, B.S. 1955, M.S. 1957, Ph.D. 1959, statistician
- Harold J. Larson, B.S. 1956, M.S. 1957, Ph.D. 1960, professor of statistics at the Naval Postgraduate School and author of influential books and articles
- Hadley Wickham, Ph.D. 2008, New Zealand statistician, elected fellow of American Statistical Association in 2015, known for ggplot2 and tidy data
- Nancy Cox BS 1970, American virologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2006 U.S. Federal Employee of the Year; one of the 2006 Time 100
- Mark Mattson, BS 1979, prominent neuroscientist
- Emil Steinberger, M.D. 1955, endocrinologist, founding president of the American Society of Andrology
- Mike Busch, former Major League Baseball player
- Mike Myers, Major League Baseball player
- Jim Walewander, former Major League Baseball player
- Zaid Abdul-Aziz (born Donald A. Smith), NBA player
- Victor Alexander, former NBA player
- Will Blalock, NBA player
- Kelvin Cato, former NBA player
- Will Clyburn, professional basketball player, 2016 top scorer in the Israel Basketball Premier League, 2019 EuroLeague Final Four MVP
- Marcus Fizer, former NBA player
- Jeff Grayer, former NBA player
- Fred Hoiberg, former NBA player and former NBA head coach, Chicago Bulls
- Jeff Hornacek, former NBA all-star and former NBA head coach
- Talen Horton-Tucker, NBA player, currently with the Los Angeles Lakers
- Wes Johnson (Played two years for Iowa State prior to transferring to Syracuse ), NBA player
- DeAndre Kane, basketball player in the Israeli Premier League and EuroLeague
- Loren Meyer, retired American professional basketball player
- Monté Morris, 2017 First-team All-Big 12, 51st pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, Denver Nuggets
- Abdel Nader, NBA player
- Georges Niang, NBA player
- Paul Shirley, NBA player
- Barry Stevens, NBA player
- Jamaal Tinsley, NBA player
- Jackson Vroman, NBA player
- Lindell Wigginton (born 1998), basketball player in the Israeli Basketball Premier League
- Dedric Willoughby, NBA player
- Deonte Burton, NBA player
- Tyrese Haliburton, NBA player
- George Amundson, NFL player
- Chris Anthony, wide receiver for the New York Dragons of the Arena Football League
- David Archer, NFL player
- Chris Ash, Head Coach of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights football team
- Tony Baker,
- Matt Blair, NFL player
- Joe Beauchamp, NFL player
- Carl Brettschneider, NFL player
- Stan Campbell, NFL player
- Jordan Carstens, NFL player
- Pat Curran, NFL player
- John Cooper, football captain and MVP and later head football coach at Ohio State
- Jim Doran, former NFL player for the Detroit Lions and the Dallas Cowboys. MVP NFL 1953 Championship Game Played on 51,53 and 57 Championship Teams. 1960 Pro Bowler.
- Troy Davis, NFL player
- Tim Dobbins, NFL player
- Dennis Gibson, NFL player
- Kelly Goodburn, NFL player
- Weylan Harding, Arena Football League head coach and former player
- Reggie Hayward, NFL player
- Ennis Haywood, NFL player
- LaMarcus Hicks, NFL player
- Ellis Hobbs, NFL player
- Keith Krepfle, NFL player
- J.J. Moses, NFL player
- Kelechi Osemele, NFL player, Super Bowl XLVII champion
- Charles Partridge, Defensive Line and Specialists Coach of the Wisconsin Badgers football team
- James Reed, NFL player
- Bruce Reimers, NFL player
- Darius Reynolds, Arena Football League player
- Marcus Robertson, NFL player
- Sage Rosenfels, NFL player
- Oliver Ross, NFL player
- Keith Sims, NFL player
- Mike Stensrud, NFL player
- Jack Trice, football player and pioneer for minorities in sports, died of injuries sustained in a football game
- Tom Vaughn, NFL player
- Seneca Wallace, NFL player
- Chuck Walton, NFL & CFL player
- Chris Washington, NFL player
- Tom Watkins, NFL player
- Don Webb, NFL player
- Gene Williams, NFL player
- Tony Yelk, NFL player
- David Montgomery, NFL player
Mixed martial artsEdit
- Mike Van Arsdale, 1988 NCAA Division 1 Wrestling Champion; current MMA coach
- Justin Eilers, collegiate Football player; retired professional MMA fighter
- Glen Brand, 3 time All-American wrestler; 1948 Summer Olympics Gold Medalist in freestyle wrestling
- Dan Gable, Lost only one collegiate wrestling match; 1972 Olympic gold medalist and 1971 World Wrestling Champion, became top wrestling coach in the country at the University of Iowa
- Kevin Jackson, 1992 Olympic Freestyle Wrestling Champion, former mixed martial artist, former head coach for ISU Cyclone Wrestling
- Nawal El Moutawakel, first African woman and first Muslim woman to earn Olympic gold
- Ben Peterson, 2 time NCAA Champion wrestler at Iowa State; 1972 & 1976 Olympic Gold and Silver medalist respectfully
- Cael Sanderson, 4 time NCAA undefeated wrestling champion (159–0) and 2004 Summer Olympics gold medalist, head coach of the Penn State wrestling team
- Jake Varner, 2012 Summer Olympics Gold Medalist
- Yobes Ondieki, 10000-meter world record-holder, 1993.
- Lisa Uhl, four-time NCAA Division One champion, current NCAA record holder in the 10,000 meters
- Darryl Peterson, NCAA all American and former professional wrestler
- Trevor Smith, ISU wrestler; professional mixed martial artist currently competing in the UFC's Middleweight Division
- Justin Wren (attended), originally had a wrestling scholarship but had an injury, professional fighter currently for Bellator MMA
- Pete Kostelnick, 2015 1st Place Badwater 135 Ultramarathon, 23hr 27min 10sec
Notable faculty and staffEdit
- Dan Shechtman, (2011, Nobel Prize in Chemistry), for "the discovery of quasicrystals"
- Theodore Schultz, (1979, Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics), for "pioneering research into economic development research with particular consideration of the problems of developing countries""
- Leonid Hurwicz, (2007, Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics), for having laid the foundations of mechanism design theory
- George Stigler, (1982, Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics), for his contribution on capture theory
Government and politicsEdit
- James Wilson (1835–1920), professor who later became United States Secretary of Agriculture, Dean of Agriculture and director of the agricultural experiment station from 1890 to 1897.
- Charlotte H. Bruner, scholar and translator of African women's literature
- Fern Kupfer, novelist
- Joseph Geha, award winning author
- Christian Petersen, sculptor, whose works appear around campus
- Priscilla Kepner Sage, textile artist
Science and technologyEdit
Agriculture sciences, plant sciences, and food scienceEdit
- Raymond Arritt, agricultural meteorology 1993 to 2018
- Jay L. Lush, pioneer of modern animal breeding
- Albert M. Ten Eyck, President of the American Society of Agronomy
- J. (Hans) van Leeuwen, emeritus professor of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering at ISU, and developer of MycoMeal fungal feed and purified alcohol
Chemistry and biochemistryEdit
- John B. Balinsky, biochemist, physiologist, chair of zoology
- L. K. Doraiswamy, Chemical engineer, proponent of Organic synthesis engineering and Padma Bhushan winner
- Henry Gilman, known as the "father of organometallic chemistry"
- Nellie May Naylor (1885–1992), An influential chemistry professor at Iowa State University, one of the earliest female chemistry professors at ISU, teaching between 1908 until 1955.
- Frank Spedding, noted Ames Laboratory chemist, namesake of Spedding Prize
Computer science and engineeringEdit
- John Vincent Atanasoff (1903–1995), ISU Math M.S. 1926, (see also Atanasoff–Berry Computer), inventor of the first electronic digital computer
- Carolina Cruz-Neira, a pioneer of virtual reality (VR) technology, former ISU faculty and 2002 co-founder of the Virtual Reality Applications Center
- James Millikin Bevans, U.S. Air Force Major General
- James Lorraine Geddes (1827–1887), American Civil War general; Acting University President in 1875–77.
- Roy L. Kline, Brigadier general, USMC
- Wayne Arthur Fuller, statistician noted for his textbooks on econometrics and survey sampling
- Oscar Kempthorne, a statistician and geneticist, and Distinguished Professor of Science and Humanities at Iowa State University
- George W. Snedecor, statistician and pioneer of modern applied statistics in the U.S., namesake of Snedecor Award
- Elsa Murano, former Iowa State University assistant professor in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Preventative Medicine; 23rd President of Texas A&M University
- Larry Eustachy, former men's basketball coach, 2000 NCAA National Coach of the Year
- Tim Floyd, former men's basketball coach with 81–49 record and first coach with three consecutive 20-win seasons.
- Johnny Orr, the most successful coach in Iowa State and Michigan men's basketball history
- Mack Brown, head coach at University of Texas (at Iowa State 1979–1982)
- Pete Carroll, head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, former coach at University of Southern California (at Iowa State 1978)
- Tom Herman, head coach at University of Texas (at Iowa State 2009–2011)
- Johnny Majors, renowned football head coach (at Iowa State 1968–1972)
- Yong Chin Pak, Grandmaster, instructs taekwondo, hapkido, and judo
- Steve Padgitt, professor
Presidents of Iowa State UniversityEdit
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